As we continue our rotation of regional staycations, we can happily report that staying *in* Pike Place Market […]
In partnership with the Seattle Art Museum, yəhaw̓ presents Lifting the Sky: An Indigenous Fashion Show on May 2nd.
A beautiful October event you won’t want to miss.
At a time when building bridges between cultures and facilitating discussion has never felt more urgent, the Tasveer South Asian Film Festival returns to the greater Seattle area between October 6 and 15. Over the past decade, TSAFF has grown to become the country’s largest, longest and most diverse South Asian film festival in the country.
Immerse in the infinite.
Have you visited the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) recently? If, like me, you haven’t been in over a year, it’s time now. After hearing the buzz for Yayoi Kusami’s Infinity Mirror Rooms in the new exhibition Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors, I finally made it out last week. This iconic exhibit has made Seattle its home for a limited time until September 10th, 2017.
Prepare for puppy paradise at Olympic Sculpture Park!
Dog owners and lovers alike are invited to this evening catered to canines. Dogs are always welcome at the Olympic Sculpture Park, but tonight, showing your pet what they mean to you is a walk in the park. Expect dog-friendly treats and activities.
From do-good Halloween happenings to fashion-inspired fetes.
As the month rolls along, here are some October events we thought you might want to keep on your radar.
Meet, dance, listen, create, play.
SAM Remix returns, and it’ll be a celebration of summer among Sam Vernon’s site-specific installation, How Ghosts Sleep (Seattle): Hive and the Olympic Sculpture Park collection during a special evening of performances, tours, art-making, and dancing under the stars. SAM Remix is always a fun
This October the Seattle Art Museum will get in touch with its more feminine side with it’s upcoming exhibition: Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Featuring more than 130 works of art
Celebrate land and sea Seattleite-style.
The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) Remix is celebrating land and sea through performances, dancing, games and Park After Dark tours by local artists, curators and more.
Seattle Art Museum and Olson Kundig team up for a vintage music experience.
Before the advent of iPods, CDs, cassettes or 8-tracks, Seattleites rocked out to vinyl records. Thanks to a pair of celebrated local establishments, we can still enjoy this bygone form of home entertainment at a newly-opened museum in Pioneer Square.