Grand Opening: Sacred Circle Art Gallery Ballard


And Introduction of the new Daybreak Star Radio Network

 Seattle, WA, USA, July 10, 2021. United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is opening it’s third physical location in Ballard. They will collaborate with the launch of the Daybreak Star Radio Network (DBSRN) which will go officially on air on July 10, 2021. The public is invited to celebrate the occasion and to experience the Art Gallery and radio station firsthand. The event will start at 1:00pm at Sacred Circle Art Gallery Ballard, 5337 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107. 

 Both the Sacred Circle Art Gallery and  DBSRN are programs of the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, a Washington nonprofit corporation and a 501(c)(3).  Founded in 1970, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation provides an extensive array of culturally responsive services and programming to Seattle and King County’s urban Native community. DJ BigRez will be streaming Native American music live during the Grand Opening from 1pm to 5pm. 

 The Sacred Circle Art Gallery Ballard is a hybrid offshoot of the Sacred Circle Gallery in the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Discovery Park. This new location will feature rotating Native American and Indigenous artists from the local community and beyond. This new space will allow new and emerging artists and craftspeople to be featured in the gift space of the Gallery. 

 Daybreak Star Radio Network is an app-based Internet Radio Stations that has musical programming ranging from traditional Native flute and drums to rock, hip-hop, EDM, and more.  Daybreak Star will rise and expose the world to NDN music and culture that has survived, developed, and grown. 

 About United Indians of All Tribes Foundation 

Our mission is to provide educational, cultural, language arts, and music programming that reconnect Indigenous people to their heritage by strengthening their sense of belonging and significance as Native people.  

 Media Contact: Vera Maldonado, Art Program Director  206-507-9681 

 Media Contact: Harris Francis, Program Director 206-829-2210