Fiscal Sponsee: UN-[TITLED]
The UN-[TITLED] project
Opening March 23rd – 26th 2023, UN-[TITLED] is a multisite-speciﬁc series of performances and offerings where guests are guided through engagements and reckonings with site histories, community meaning, cultural memory, and healing in the Central and Chinatown International Districts of Seattle.
Performance and activation spaces take place at INScape Arts and Wa Na Wari Seattle.
Presented by On the Boards.
Curated and organized by Berette S Macaulay. Collaborating Artists include Margaret Knight (Architect, Map Artist), Benjamin Hunter (Musician, Composer), Nia-Amina Minor (Movement Direction) and Tom Pearson (Theater Artist, Choreography, Third Rail Projects, Brooklyn), and Kamari Bright (Poet).
UN-[TITLED] is informed by community member consultations, along with project partnerships with Stephanie Johnson-Toliver (Black Heritage Society), Tara Tamaribuchi (Friends of Inscape), Cynthia Brothers (Vanishing Seattle), and Elisheba Johnson, Inye Wokoma, and Soulma Ayers (Wa Na Wari Seattle), Jazmyn Scott (Arte Noir), and Teme Wokoma (Sankofa Theater).
Visit On the Boards for TICKETING, and full list of collaborating artists, community organizers, and partners here.
COMMISSION & FUNDING ATTRIBUTIONS:
UN-[TITLED] is a multisite socially engaged project conceived and organized by commissioning curator Berette S Macaulay. UN-[TITLED] is a National Performance Network (NPN) Creation & Development Fund Project co-commissioned by On the Boards (Seattle) in partnership with BRIC (New York). The Creation & Development Fund is supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Audio recordings and production made possible through the Artist Residency Programs at Jack Straw Cultural Center.