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Join us for the PhinneyWood ArtWalk on Friday, September 10 between 5pm and 9pm.
Grab your mask and your love of art and wander into Taproot Theatre’s lobby for Visual Art, Music, and Food!
Sam Vance creates paintings and prints that celebrate the power and perseverance reflected in retro neon signs and roadside architecture. The spaces he paints can, at first glance, look like places of emptiness, lacking signs of life. But the detail he provides and the palette of bold colors he chooses give his work the vibrancy of 1960s Pop Art. These are places we remember, places we’ve seen on road trips as children, places we crave seeing to break up the monotony of suburban sameness.
Zoser is a singer/songwriter and music bender with a soulful voice, thoughtful lyrics, and a guitar. Music grounds Zoser as he sings his way through the Puget Sound. As an up-and-coming Seattle artist, Zoser began playing guitar when he was just 10 years old. By the age of 12, he began penning his own lyrics and performing to local audiences in his hometown of Augusta, Georgia. Zo remained a fixture on the local musical scene until relocating to Seattle where he graduated from West Seattle High School in 2018.
You might have seen Mayra Sibrian on Netflix’s Sugar Rush or Food Network’s Big Time Bake. She’s worked in restaurants and bakeries throughout southern California and Seattle and is the owner, creative, and baker behind Selva Central Goods. Inspired by her Mexican and Salvadorian roots, Mayra uses locally sourced ingredients to re-imagine traditional breads and pastries that will feed the creative soul. Her pan dulce serves to give the Latin community a taste of home and introduce the Central American culture to those to whom it is unfamiliar.
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Sorry, there are no upcoming performances for this show.