Asian Indian art debuts at ArtEast Art Center

UTSAV! A Celebration of Asian Indian Art and Culture set for Sept.

  • Tuesday, August 7, 2018 12:30pm
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In partnership with ArtEast, the Downtown Issaquah Association is pleased to announce UTSAV! A Celebration of Asian Indian Art and Culture, Saturday, Sept. 8 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Issaquah is full of diverse neighborhoods with thriving cultures. Inspired by the richness of the communities we live and serve in, we celebrate the beauty and unique culture of India. This cultural exploration will feature art, music, dance and traditions of India to encourage awareness, appreciation and connection amongst the people of our community.

This free event will take place on NW Alder Street, along sidewalks and the train depot museum in downtown Issaquah. UTSAV! celebrates cultural diversity through live musical performance, art and demonstrations that appeal to all ages. Visitors can expect live music, food, dance performances, artists, vendors and a fashion show.

For the full day schedule, visit our website at www.downtownissaquah.com

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