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Screened at both the Brooklyn Academy of Music Film Festival and Seattle Black Film Festival 2023, Thank you, MS PAM is an educational and entertaining television show for all ages, starring powerhouse, Tariqa Waters celebrating artists and creatives. MS PAM (Martyr Sauce Pop Art Museum) impact on downtown Seattle’s Historic Arts District, Pioneer Square has been vastly celebrated for over a decade. Ever changing and full of vibrant whimsy, MS PAM is the cultural hub for fun and quirky comedy sketches, interviews, cooking and art making segments featuring artists, creatives and local small business owners/community members. The television show will also showcase in-studio visits, shopping/local boutiques, restaurant cooking segments and recreational indoor and outdoor activities. Archived Director's Cut episodes are available to rent. Fiscally Sponsored by the Northwest Film Forum, all proceeds supports artist collaborations and production cost. Catch new episodes on The Seattle Channel/KCTS 9!

"The inimitable Tariqa Waters, curator of Pioneer Square’s Martyr Sauce Pop Art Museum, hosts an unconventional talk show. With her signature question, “What’s in your lunchbox?”, Waters probes the minds of Seattle dancers, tattoo artists, musicians, and restaurateurs to explore the joys of their pasts and their loves of today."  -Northwest Film Forum 

“Reader, I’m obsessed with this show. Rather than depict Seattle in the expectedly dreary blues and greens, Waters highlights the confectionary underbelly of the Emerald City. Vibrant pinks, slime greens, lush reds, and soulful lavenders color in her vision of Seattle as she traipses through Pioneer Square or brings guests into her street-level gallery, Martyr Sauce Pop Art Museum (MS PAM)” ~ Jas Keimig -The Stranger

Thank You, MS PAM is fiscally sponsored by the Northwest Film Forum's 501c3 status, enabling tax-deductible donations from individuals and organizations. All contributions support artists and small businesses time and collaborative participation in the produced segments as well as production costs.  

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