All across the world, including in the Pacific Northwest, Vietnamese communities gather together to celebrate Tết, otherwise known as Vietnamese Lunar New Year.
By Kai Curry Northwest Asian Weekly The founders of Tết in Seattle had a dream. To complement multiple city- and region-wide Tết celebrations, they wanted one large annual festival at the Seattle Center. In 1997, this dream became a reality when, in partnership with Seattle Center Festál, the first Tết in Seattle event took place. […]
Tet in Seattle hosted its 16th annual Tet festival in Seattle at the Seattle Center from Feb. 16 to Feb. 17. Tet is the Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration.
Tet in Seattle Director Khanh Vu (right), holding his award, with Mayor McGinn (Photo provided by Tet in Seattle) Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn gave out six 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards at a ceremony at Seattle Center. The winners were Tet in Seattle, Choreographer and Artistic Director of Spectrum Dance Theatre Donald Byrd, Jack Straw Productions, […]
The Seattle Arts Commission recommended six recipients from a pool of more than 300 public nominations for the Mayor’s Arts Awards, which recognizes the contributions made by artists, arts and cultural organizations, and community members who make a difference through arts and cultural activities.
Taking place at Husky Stadium, Tet in Seattle & Friends raised more than $19,000 at the American Cancer Society’s 2010 Relay For Life of University of Washington
Vicki Nguyen at Splendors of Regions in Vietnam
Splendors of Regions of Vietnam took place in the Fisher Pavilion and Center House at Seattle Center.