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Via Seattle is the start of something big

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On Saturday March 18, Via Seattle launched its first public event—a panel named Artists We Will Be. The event drew a sizable crowd of mostly women, and most important of all, the sea of faces was dominated by women of color.  The panel was composed of eight women artists and creative talents, all of whom are emerging stars in their own right.

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