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Posted:Friday, May 31, 2002 8:00pm Origins II- An Evening of Mythology & Music, presented by The Anunnaki Project
To be held indoors at the Fremont UNconventional Centre - 160 N. Canal Street, Seattle, in the Fremont neighborhood
Event begins with lectures by UW students on mythology and ancient ritual practices. Video screenings of performative mythology productions At the Dawn of Chu and The Kojiki of Amaterasu will follow. Live world music, ritual dance, trapeze, fire performance, belly dancing, and more beginning at 9pm.
Guests are encouraged to dress as a mythological character or archetype. Free portraits will be available to guests.
Open to those 21 and over, $10 per peron/$8 in costume
Wine and beer will be served; Mr. Spot's Chai House will serve chai and homemade treats.
For a complete schedule of events, details about performers, advance tickets, and information about volunteering at the event, visit anunnaki.org or contact email@example.com.