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Tag: Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute

‘Jewish Voices’ and Budo Dance Theater at Langston Institute

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) presents In the Land of Rain & Salmon: Jewish Voices of the Northwest: 1880-1920, Sunday, June 2. Coordinated by Washington State Jewish Historical Society, the event takes place at LHPAI, which was originally the Chevra Bikur Cholim synagogue. “Imagine hearing your grandfather’s voice for the first time in 30 […]

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Celebrate Black History Month at Langston Institute

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) will present a full month of programming to celebrate Black History Month in February. Visit LHPAI’s brand-new website for performance show times, ticket purchasing, and all sorts of information on the institute and its offerings: www.langstoninstitute.org. Nigerian writer and performer Tayo Aluko’s one-man show about Paul Robeson, Call Mr. […]

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Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute film call, workshops, birthday bash

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) is seeking independent film entries for its 10th annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival to be held April 13 to 21. The genres/subject areas are narrative, documentary, children’s, youth-made, short, LGBT, experimental and animation films. Filmmakers do not have to be Black, but […]

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Message from the director: Ringing in 2013

Randy Engstrom As our office begins the new year, we are excited about our work plan for 2013. In October we launched a survey for all of our constituents. With more than 600 responses, our areas of focus were clearly defined. One of the top issues was a desire for an increased concentration on arts […]

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