Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series

By Town Hall Seattle

The Arts & Culture series enriches our community with imagination and creativity. Whether reinventing the classics for a new audience or presenting an innovative new art form, these events are aimed at expanding horizons. From poetry to music to storytelling, this series leaves our audiences inspired, encouraged, and seeing the world with new eyes.

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    172. Susanna Ryan with Knute Berger: A Guide to Seattle’s Offbeat and Overlooked History
    1:01:07
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    171. Emily Rapp Black with Lidia Yuknavitch: An Amputee’s Personal Examination of Frida Kahlo’s Work
    58:14
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    170. Blake Scott Ball with Gary Groth: The Popular Politics of Charles Schulz’s Peanuts
    59:20
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    169. M. Leona Godin with Keith Rosson: A Personal and Cultural History of Blindness
    1:05:17
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    168. The Mixed-Race Identity: Writing to See Ourselves—Donna Miscolta, Anne Liu Kellor, Rebecca Delacruz-Gunderson, & Sarah McQuate
    1:08:17
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    167. Pardis Mahdavi with Rich Smith: A Social and Personal History of the Hyphen
    54:29
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    166. Sebastian Junger with Matt Gallagher: How Do Freedom and Community Coexist?
    55:12
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    165. Gina G. Warren with Chicken Mike and Nicole Graham: Dispatches from the Backyard Chicken Movement
    49:25
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    164. Thomas McGuane with Eric M. Johnson: Following Your Dreams in a Material World
    1:15:16
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    163. Ian Manuel: A Memoir of Crime, Punishment, Hope, and Redemption
    39:30
  3. 11.
    162. Paul Shoemaker with Doug Baldwin: Five Vital Traits Change Agents Use to Solve Big Problems
    59:36
  4. 12.
    161. Annie Connole with Frances McCue: A Conversation On Grief and Transformation
    47:13
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    160. Anna Sale with Angela Garbes: Let’s Talk About Hard Things
    1:01:29
  6. 14.
    159. Ronit Plank with Alice Ikeda: Family Members Who Leave & Why Personal Stories Matter
    56:33
  7. 15.
    158. Richard Thompson with J Mascis: A Conversation Capturing the Life of a Remarkable Artist
    50:55
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    157. Elissa Washuta & Theresa Warburton with Kristen Millares Young: The Other Worlds Present in Native Women’s Literature
    1:01:42
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    156. Marlon Peterson with Darnell L. Moore: An Abolitionist’s Freedom Song
    56:45
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    155. Peter Ames Carlin with Warren Zanes: Warner Brothers Records & The Past and Future of the Music Business
    1:04:28
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    154. R. Michael Hendrix: What Musical Minds Teach Us About Innovation
    54:26
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    153. Sonora Jha with Ijeoma Oluo: Motherhood, Masculinity, and How to Raise a Feminist Son
    58:45
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    152. Annabelle Gurwitch with Susan Orlean: Adventures in Downward Mobility
    56:44
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    151. Emma Smith with K. Elizabeth Stevens—This Is Shakespeare: A New Study of the Bard
    59:04
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    150. Mark Kurlansky: The Unreasonable Virtue of Fly Fishing
    48:38
  16. 24.
    149. Leila Cobo with Agueda Pacheco Flores: An Oral History of Latin Music
    58:48
  17. 25.
    148. Claudio Lomnitz: The Intersections of Jewish and Latin American Culture
    1:01:34
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    147. Anna North and Alexis Coe: Rewriting History Through a Feminist Lens
    1:06:12
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    146. Ronald A. Crutcher with Dr. Quinton Morris: Navigating Race on the Road to Leadership
    58:51
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    145. Jeffrey Stewart with LaNesha DeBardelaben: Alain Locke, the Father of the Harlem Renaissance
    1:04:43
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    144. Colin Bryar and Bill Carr with Chris Devore: An Insider’s Look at Amazon’s Culture, Leadership, and More
    59:25
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    143. Victor L. Wooten with Wier Harman: The Healing Power and Humanity in Music
    1:15:57
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    142. Lisa Iversen, June BlueSpruce, and Anne Hayden with Dr. Bonnie Duran: Whiteness Is Not An Ancestor
    1:01:35
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    141. Catherine E. McKinley with Erika Massaquoi—The African Lookbook: A Visual History of 100 Years of African Women
    1:00:55
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    140. Spirited Stone: Lessons from Kubota’s Garden
    1:03:18
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    139. Tyler Stovall with ChrisTiana ObeySumner: The Intertwined Histories of Racism and Freedom
    56:47
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    138. Jeffrey Jackson:The Artists Who Risked Their Lives Using Art to Defy the Nazis
    57:17
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    137. André Gregory and Todd London: Reflections on a Life Lived for Art
    1:01:08
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    136. Roger Rosenblatt with Paul Muldoon: On Life, Love, and Responsibility
    1:05:39
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    135. Alone Together Book Club Discussion with Jennifer Haupt, Amber Flame, Claudia Castro Luna, and Lidia Yuknavitch
    1:04:46
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    134. Ebo Barton with Tara Hardy: Insubordinate, a Poetry Collection
    1:08:04
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    133. Alan Mikhail with Resat Kasaba: Sultan Selim and the Making of the Modern World
    1:02:26
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    132. Caty Borum Chattoo with Marcia Smith: How Documentaries Empower People and Inspire Social Change
    1:04:20
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    131. Stuart Getty with Max Delsohn: How to They/Them
    59:57
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    130. Michael Ian Black with Mike Birbiglia: How To Be A Better Man
    1:00:37
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    129. Alex Ross with Ann Powers: Wagnerism—Art and Politics in the Shadow of Music
    1:34:19
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    128. Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton: One Left, A Novel
    1:22:15
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    127. Hailey Tayathy: Indigenous Land Acknowledgement Art Presentation
    1:16:09
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    126. The Deep End Friends Podcast: Black Healing
    2:16:18
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    125. Dr. Madeline Levine: Preparing Kids to Thrive in an Uncertain World
    1:07:11
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    124. Erica Barnett with Claire Dederer—Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recover
    58:03
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    123. Joanne Bagshaw with Kirsten Harris-Talley: How to Resist Sexism and Dismantle the Patriarchy
    50:38

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