A variety of performances, ranging from live music to video poems to a silent disco party, will feature in this year’s edition of Bellevue’s annual Bellwether arts festival – showcasing arts and technology makers at in-person and digital settings. More info: General 3 — Performing Arts Center Eastside (pacelive.org)
2023 Bellwether arts festival in Bellevue
- Sept. 9, Spring District Park, 6-9 p.m.: Local choreographer Kathryn Van Meter leads audiences through an experiential demonstration, followed by a live concert from Sustain Music Project.
- Sept. 16, Bellevue College, 2-5 p.m.: Live, immersive digital installation by Cole Devoy and video poem by Arabella Bautista inspired by underground rave culture.
- Sept. 23, Marketplace at Factoria, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Student teams at the Digipen Institute of Technology showcase original game consoles, competing for a grand prize.
- Sept. 30, Downtown Park, 1-5 p.m.: Silent disco party with DJ Indica and Earthseed Collective as participants listen to music on headsets and dance, including family hour and professional dance demonstrations. Tech tent and food trucks.
- Bellwether to feature mix of art forms | City of Bellevue (bellevuewa.gov)
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