Back to normal?

No, better than that! You’re probably tired of hearing “Will we ever get back to normal?”  We are too!  The last 20 months have been challenging to all of us.  But it’s also given us at the Semilla Center a chance to rethink our role in the community, and re-imagine new ways of transforming through […]

Semilla Center’s May Art Party scheduled for today will be RESCHEDULED

Due to a rain forecast, TO THURSDAY, MAY 6 at 5:30pm. It will be outside of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at 2742 15th Ave. S. Here are some example lanterns made by teaching artist Orren that we will be making at the party. Music by Martin Dosh. Free art, tamales and cookies. Come and hang […]

A Party Invitation and Call for Artists, Party Hosts, and Musicians

We had a hard year last year, in many, many ways. Covid-19, economic hardship, violence, addiction, police brutality, social unrest, and homelessness have all increased the neighborhood’s fear and isolation. One good thing that came out of the emergency of the uprising last year was getting to know new neighbors and looking out for one […]

Neighborhood Art Parties Updates

Hello Neighbors! We have updates on Art Parties, a Creative Writing Contest, and Call for Photographs to be in the Phoenix of Phillips, our neighborhood literary journal. We look forward to seeing you and hearing from you soon in this hopeful Spring! Art Parties Next Wednesday, April 7, 5:30-7pm Semilla Center will host the 2nd Neighborhood Art […]