(Seattle, WA)Performance artist Nancy Calos-Nakano will share stories from Asia and the Pacific Islands on Saturday, April 10, 2010 at the Neighborhood House High Point Center located at 6400 Sylvan Way SW in West Seattle, as part of the monthly program New Voices, New Stories.

 

(Seattle, WA)Performance artist Nancy Calos-Nakano will share stories from Asia and the Pacific Islands on Saturday, April 10, 2010 at the Neighborhood House High Point Center located at 6400 Sylvan Way SW in West Seattle, as part of the monthly program New Voices, New Stories.

 

Calos-Nakano has been invited as a guest speaker for Seattle Rainbow BookFest’s monthly program, New Voices, New Stories; a collaboration between Seattle Rainbow BookFest, Neighborhood House, and Ethnic Heritage Council to support literacy by bringing multi-cultural literary events to historically underserved audiences. The program begins at 10am with an “open mic” for community members to share their stories. Calos-Nakano’s performance will run from 10:30 to 11:30am. This event is free and open to the public.

 

Nancy Calos-Nakano has been an independent performer, writer and artist since 1977.  She is currently the President of White Center Arts Alliance, the artistic creator for the Bridges Project at the Wing Luke Asian Museum, a Smithsonian affiliate and holds numerous other art organization affiliations.

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