18th & Union is a performance space in Seattle’s Central District that serves as a home for portable performance and visual art.

350 Seattle works toward climate justice by organizing people to make deep system change: resisting fossil fuels; building momentum for healthy alternatives; and fostering resilient, just, and welcoming communities.

Alimentando al Pueblo promotes healing through comunidad, comida, and celebración.

ARTE NOIR is a Seattle-based non-profit focused on uplifting Black art, Black artists, and Black culture.

ArtsWest produces artistic events that provoke conversation, incite the imagination and use live theater as a powerful agent of change.

Casa Latina is a nonprofit organization that advances the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing.

The Common Acre restores relationships between people and the land through ecology, agriculture, and art.

Families of Color Seattle (FOCS) is a non-profit organization that is connecting parents to build a loving community of families of color.

Gathering Roots significantly decrease the vestiges of intergenerational trauma through holistic experiences and retreats that integrate spiritual, cultural, wellness, ancestral land use, and artistic practices.

Key to Change inspires underserved youth through world-class music instruction and supporting their development as self-aware leaders.

LANGSTON is to strengthen and advance our community through Black arts and culture.

Mini Mart City Park is a place for the arts, education, environmental action, and community collaboration in the Duwamish Valley.

The Nepantla Cultural Arts Gallery is a multi-use multi-cultural accessible arts gallery grounded in the Chicana/o Latinx arts traditions.

ROOTS Young Adult Shelter builds community and fosters dignity through access to essential services and a safe place to sleep for young adults experiencing homelessness.

Sawhorse Revolution foster confident, community-oriented youth through the power of carpentry and craft.

Embracing underrepresented voices and emerging artists, Seattle Public Theater produces compelling work that sparks conversation and ignites empathy.

Sound Theatre Company empowers artists to give voice to the dignity and diversity of the human experience – moving audiences toward a more just and compassionate world.

The Tasveer South Asian Film Festival (TSAFF) is the largest South Asian film festival in the United States.

Theatre Puget Sound works to foster and advocate for a robust and equitable theatre community.

Upstart Crow produce classical plays with diverse casts of women and non-binary people, re-imagining these works for a contemporary audience.

Wa Na Wari creates space for Black ownership, possibility, and belonging ​through art, historic preservation, and connection.