Mona Foundation 2021 Gala

We are so excited to announce that Splinter will be performing at this year’s Mona Foundation Gala, hosted by Rainn Wilson with special performances by Andy Grammer and a presentation of “The Power of a Girl” A special musical composition for Mona’s Gala by American Idol finalist, singer/songwriter Anthony Fedorov, with Steven Universe, voice actor and producer Jennifer Paz, Youtube sensation/musician AJ Rafael and Grammy-Award winning Musical Producer Jeeve Decornet and Emmy-nominated and youth empowerment activist Nava Ghalili-Wuorenma.

Check out the Gala Event Page for more details and to register to attend the Virtual Gala!

“Over the past year, many of Mona’s partner organizations were severely impacted by COVID19 and yet took innovative action leveraging basic technologies to quickly transition to online learning and scale their programs to educate an additional 1,856,674 students. Our 2021 Virtual Gala will celebrate their incredible progress and shine a light on Mona’s unique approach to partnering with organizations, corporations, and donors like you to catalyze and accelerate systems change.”

Check out Mona Foundation’s HOME PAGE to learn more about the incredible work they do for the education and empowerment of girls.

#GivingTuesday Dec. 1, 2020

Be part of the global movement of generosity on #GivingTuesday

Dec. 1, 2020

ajusticenetwork and Splinter Dance are thrilled to participate in #GivingTuesday – a global movement of generosity.

Aligning with our mission to affect positive social change in the world, #GivingTuesday is an opportunity for people around the world to stand together in unity—to use their individual power of generosity to remain connected and heal. 

We believe in the power of the arts to inspire :

Hope – Connection – Progress – Healing – Change

Join us this year on #GivingTuesday & tap into generosity to find a way to support a cause you believe in. It’s not about how MUCH you give, but the practice of generosity and the spirit of being part of a unified community geared toward social change.

There are so many ways you can show generosity during #GivingTuesday – whether it’s helping a neighbor, advocating for an issue, sharing a skill, or giving to causes, every act of generosity counts. 

Over the next few weeks, we’ll give some suggestions of the various ways you can give – to our organization, or any organization you stand behind!

In addition to our desire to be part of a global movement with the virtue of generosity at its core, we’ve also set a goal of 5k for this year’s campaign and we are grateful for every gift, big or small, that helps us reach that goal!

As you know, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the arts and non-profits are one, among so many, businesses that are suffering. Stages are closed, live performances canceled, and rehearsal spaces adjust to the current restrictions of the city government.

Despite all this, we are still meeting via Zoom and working to create new pieces during this time, and plan to have new offerings whenever stages open back up. Our goal of 5k will help us cover the company’s operating costs and studio space (when we can safely meet in small groups, in person) for the year, and 15% of all discretionary donations will be allocated to ajn’s newest project, Open to Awakening, to premier in 2021!

Seattle Dance Annual 2013

Check out this incredible dance annual publication, created by Rosie Gaynor.  It’s chock-full of dance gems; insights, photos, articles and stats on Seattle’s vibrant and diverse dance community!  WE LOVE IT!  Thank you for including us – we’re honored to be a part of this community of artists!


Through Our Eyes – Performance January 29th, 2014

Splinter is proud to be a part of this event next week! We’ll be performing two pieces at “Through Our Eyes” – an event that will address violence “specifically from the perspectives of the Asian community and shed light on the issues that Asians face, the barriers and challenges facing Asian communities in addressing/discussing/seeking help regarding forms of violence and how we move forward as a community.”

Open to the public! See link for more details…

Through Our Eyes, January 29th, 2014