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Teen Tix workshops workshops, and ways to engage with All of these opportunities are virtual and free to participate. Join us for a series of FREE TeenTix workshops exploring how art is a powerful tool for activism and the fight for racial justice. Each workshop focuses on a different genre of art including film, music, and visual art. You’ll learn about the history of social justice movements and how art has played a role in both the past and present movements.

Workshop dates are: Nov 7 - Film as Awareness Nov 14- Visual Art as Activism Nov 22 - Music as Activism Dec 5 - Music as Antiracist Rebellion For more information and to sign up, SEE

2020 (VIRTUAL) TEENY AWARDS The Teeny Awards are going virtual this year and offering 2 days of community engagement and celebration! Tune in Saturday, Nov 21 for stellar performances and Awards Ceremony, and then join us Sunday, Nov 22 for a day of art, activism, and inspiration. Take a workshop with KEXP's Martin Douglas and learn about how music is a tool for antiracist rebellion, or attend a panel of local artist/activists and learn ways to get engaged yourself! RSVP for the Teeny Awards Ceremony Here SIGN UP for the Community Day Workshop/Panels Here Mariko Nagashima (she/her) Teen Programs Manager, TeenTix Seattle, Washington | 206.233.3959

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