ART x LIVE: An Evening Reading w/ Rajnii Eddins Feat. Cameron Lavi-Jones


Sun Apr 21 2024 at 06:00 pm to 08:00 pm


TASWIRA | Seattle, WA

Join TASWIRA in hosting an exclusive meet & greet with Poet, Educator and Speaker, Rajnii Eddins with live acoustics by Cameron Lavi-Jones
About this Event
<h4>TASWIRA welcomes ALL to this family-friendly event! Where we look forward to hosting our guests with exceptional and soulful performances by nationally renowned changemakers, Rajnii Eddins and Cameron Lavi-Jones.</h4>

The Evening Program:

Join us for a collaborative evening at TASWIRA, where two genres collide centered from African-American artistic expression and ingenuity through the spoken word and acoustic melodies. This event promises to be a journey through the depths of emotion, intellect, and soul, featuring the remarkable talents of author and poet, Rajnii Eddins, accompanied with a wholesome performance by Cameron Lavi-Jones of the band King Youngblood.

  • (6pm) Guests are welcomed to explore the gallery, and treated with complimentary refreshments and light bites.
  • (6:30) Guest Speaker: Avery Barnes, Founder of TASWIRA
  • (6:40) Collaborative Performance: Rajnii Eddins and Cameron Lavi-Jones
  • (7:10) Intermission
  • (7:25) Instrumental Performance: Cameron Lavi-Jones
  • (7:45) Mingling, Photos, and Merchandise Signing
  • (8:00) Event Ends

About Rajnii Eddins:

Originally from Seattle Washington, Spoken Word Poet/Emcee and Teaching Artist Rajnii Eddins has been engaging diverse community audiences for over 30 years. He was the youngest member of the Afrikan American Writers Alliance at age 1, founded by his mother, and has been actively sharing with youth and community in Vermont since 2010.

Rajnii’s diverse talents and passions allow him to offer a wide variety of powerful experiences that foster connection, learning, and mutual growth. He thrives at creating spaces that are educational, explorative, and celebratory, whether in a classroom, a conference hall, a community center, or online.

Learn More:
Check out the upcoming production w/ Rajnii Eddins, The Lion Tells His Tale

About Cameron Lavi-Jones(of King Youngblood):

Cameron Lavi-Jones is a University of Washington Communications Major graduate, award-winning, musical artist, producer, sound engineer, songwriter, bandleader of his alt-rock band King Youngblood, multi-instrumentalist, graphic designer, film maker, and the executive director of his own non-profit project - Hold Your Crown, fiscally sponsored by the Allied Artist Foundation. He recently graduated with honors with a communications degree from the University of Washington where he focused on marginalized communities, BIPOC social justice issues, and the democratization of media. He has organized BIPOC musical teach-ins in and around the Pacific Northwest. He is one of the founders of the popular podcast The Revolution Will Be Harmonized on Spotify and Apple Music. He also co-founded the Black and Loud Fest and touring and secured sponsorship with Jack Daniels for national touring. Lavi-Jones is also working long hours as one of the youngest senior sound engineer/producer/writer/session musician of a major recording studio in the greater Seattle area at Robert Lang Studios and Studio Sage- both - state-of-the-art multi-track facilities in Seattle, WA. He is also a partner of Dreaming In Color Entertainment LLC and its wholly-owned subsidiary - DICE LAB.

Cameron Lavi-Jones is a prolific Songwriter both for his own musical work and developing other artists. Lavi-Jones primarily works within the Rock, Singer-Songwriter and Hip Hop/RnB genres and plays 22 instruments prolifically with his strongest instrument for live stage being guitar. Lavi-Jones especially enjoys co- writing with other producers and artists.

There seem to be no limits for this young man.

Learn More:
Check out the full band in their upcoming show at Neptune Theatre, HERE


Established in 2022, TASWIRA is a premier Art Gallery and Event Space next door to Lumen Field in the heart of Pioneer Square. The gallery showcases revolving collections of historical African artifacts and contemporary Pan-African artworks of rising artists locally and globally. Curating modern expressions of the past and present, we've transformed 2,000 sqf into a versatile event venue with an unforgettable ambiance for special gatherings, corporate events, cultural soirées, and more.

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Where is it happening?

TASWIRA, 510 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle, United States

Event Location & Nearby Stays:


USD 30.00


Host or Publisher TASWIRA

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