Sweet Virtual Vibes Feb 25, 2021


“SassyBlack, aka Cat Harris-White, has been a dominate force in Seattle hip-hop for nearly a decade.”  - KEXP, Local Artist Spot Light 


Sweet Virtual Vibes is BACK!  
Get ready to  move  and groove while keeping your social distance.  

Join the party on Feb 25 at  8PM PST!   


Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Northwest Film Forum, and On the Boards co-present this edition of Sweet Virtual Vibes,  an extension of each organization's ongoing collaboration with  SassyBlack  in support of her as an artist, musician, and creative thinker.       

This Sweet Virtual Vibes will include a screening of Ilana Harris-Babou’s LONG CON, which skewers the wellness industry through stories about well-known fortune-tellers and health gurus, such as the Honduran healer Alfredo Darrington Bowman, aka Dr. Sebi, and Youree Dell Harris, aka Psychic Readers Network spokeswoman Miss Cleo. To learn more about Ilana Harris-Babou’s exhibition at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery click here

The February performance will feature this special music video interlude: 
Fifth House x BookWorm – “Loose Leaf”  A film by Kamyar Mohsenin (@kamyar.m), 2021, 3 minutes

Music by Hanan Hassan (@onedesertflower) & Toni Banx (@toni.banx) Featuring BookWorm (@369kw0rm)
Instrumentals produced by Noah Coinflip (@noah_coinflip) 

So, sit back, stand up, dance, curl up, but whatever you do get yourself ready for a sweet sweet virtual vibe! 



About SassyBlack

SassyBlack  is a space-age singer, songwriter & producer. This Goddess of electronic psychedelic soul & hologram funk explores the concepts of sound through deep compositions.  

Her dance party extravaganza,  Sweet Vibes, was launched summer of 2018 in Brooklyn, NY to celebrate positive energy, good music, and of course sweet vibes.  On the Boards will be partnering with Sassy to bring  Sweet  Virtual  Vibes  on Twitch  four times a year for your listening and dancing pleasure.  

Check out Sassy’s video, FLUIDITY, made by Clyde Peterson.  



About  Northwest  Film Forum  
Founded in Seattle in 1995 as an independent film and arts nonprofit, Northwest Film Forum incites public dialogue and creative action through collective cinematic experiences. Each year the Forum presents hundreds of films, festivals, community events, multidisciplinary performances, and public discussions. As a comprehensive visual media organization, the Forum offers educational workshops and artist services for film and media makers at all stages of their development.     

About the Jacob Lawrence Gallery  
Situated in the University of Washington’s Art Building, the Jacob Lawrence Gallery is a vital center for social engagement and critical dialogue about the roles of art, art history, and design within the broader context of intellectual life on campus. Through an ambitious and compelling program of contemporary exhibitions, lectures, performances, screenings, and discussions, the gallery is a site of knowledge production and advancing discourses that serve over 8,000 visitors each year.