This post highlights some of our favorite multi-disciplinary arts events (centered mainly around music) coming up from like-minded co-conspirators in Seattle, Portland, and Los Angeles. More events for the next post, including two installments of REDEFINE's Intuitive Navigation in Seattle and Portland (see last year's HERE), and Seattle's ambient music festival Substrata.


Signify, Sanctify, Believe

Portland, Oregon Presented by Xhurch and Open Engagement Multiple days - FREE A traveling troupe of performance art semi-spiritualists, Sanctify, Signify, Believe, are now on the road to conduct a series of head-scratching events that will leave you wondering about your connection to the spiritual world and religion. The party kicks off May 15th @ 1:00pm at repurposed church venue Xhurch, with an open house and healing service that runs until 4:00pm. Other events taking course throughout the week, until May 20th, include plenty of lectures, performances, musical acts, and REDEFINE involvement in the form of Prince Rama-inspired Now Age tracts for the group's Library Of Sacred Technologies.

 

See complete list of Sanctify, Signify, Believe events

 

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