Arts & Culture

(Photo courtesy of Hamdi Lilah)

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Hamdi Lilah, center, with models wearing some of her designs. Her "Free Somalia" design is second from left. (Photo courtesy of Hamdi Lilah) When Hamdi Mohamed first...

Performer Christina Sunardi in "Gunung Sari" costume. (Photo by Mr. Sunardi)

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This Saturday, celebrating the unique islands of Indonesia — from Sumatra, Java, Bali, Madura and more — will manifest in eclectic dance performances at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.

API Flying Bookshelf organizers gather a crowd of about a couple dozen at their July 17 launch party at Eastern Cafe. From left to right, co-curators Minh Nguyen and Chris Woon, and co-founders Sabrina Chen and Derek Dizon. (Photo by Tuyen Than)

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"...a space for us to shape our own identity in our own words, histories and expressions, rather than being told what “Asian” means by an outside, predominately white perspective."

Flordeliza Querijero (right) works on a mosaic that will be installed in the lobby of Courtland Place — an affordable housing project for seniors in the Rainier Valley. (Photo by Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)

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The rattle of thousands of tiny pieces of glass pouring from buckets and Tupperware was the steady soundtrack in the basement of Courtland Place (a senior housing project in Columbia City) last Tuesday morning. Well, that and the crooning of Barry White.

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Zut alors! It's time to celebrate Bastille Day. Here are the best places to see Seattle à la française.