An evening of tasty, bite-sized science fiction and fantasy from the playwright of Duel of the Linguist Mages and A Mouse Who Knows Me.
Jacques Rivette's classic, absent from our 2007 retrospective and presented here in a new print, features Bulle Ogier and her daughter Pascale as two marginal characters who find themselves dead center of a political adventure. Over four days they are trapped in a Parisian labyrinth, a kind of French board game, but dangerous when played for real.
The graduation exhibition for students receiving degrees from the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media.
The late-night, anything-goes fan-favorite improv experience returns. Audience members bring anything (but no liquids and nothing from a body) to put in the Funbucket and watch as the improvisers pull out the items and go.
Mary Iverson received her BFA in Design from Cornish in 1995 and her MFA in Painting from the University of Washington in 2002.
In Figural, these five Northwest artists, explore a variety of metaphoric approaches of painting and collage as a language to express form and content. Through their artwork, they document daily life, express emotions, or tell a story. While drawing upon common influences, each artist has their own interpretation of figure as form, and how meaning is created in their work.
Following the collapse of the world's most famous professional superhero team, the remaining Heroes come together to uncover the mysterious forces behind their former employers. Team of Heroes: No More Heroes is the final installment in Annex Theatre's satirical trilogy exploring the dark underbelly of Doing Good. It features superhero spectacle created through lean theatrics, lurid desires, out-of-control egos - and skintight spandex.
A mother coming to terms with her daughter. A composer coming to terms with his genius. And, even though they're separated by 200 years, these two people share an obsession that might, even just for a moment, make time stand still. Drama, memory and music combine to transport you from present-day New York to nineteenth-century Austria in this extraordinary American play about passion, parenthood and the moments of beauty that can transform a life.
Celebrate any occasion with an unforgettable dining experience aboard a beautifully appointed Waterways yacht. Your Sunset Dinner Cruise includes a 2.5 hour cruise on Lake Union and Lake Washington, a champagne toast upon boarding and an exquisite four-course menu, freshly prepared onboard and served at your private table. As you cruise and take in the magnificent views, brilliant city lights and the spectacular colors of an evening on the water, your Captain will highlight local landmarks and historical sights. Live music will add an extra touch of ambience to complete your special evening afloat.
After much anticipation, the Steinbrueck Gallery is proud to announce an inspired solo exhibition of works by contemporary Native artist Lionel Samuels.The artist's reception is at 3:00pm, Saturday, May 12th.
The Haida are the indigenous people of the Queen Charlotte Islands and Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska. They traditionally carve a rare and beautiful black stone known as Argillite, which is found in only one known quarry in the world. This will be the first solo exhibition in Seattle by celebrated artist Lionel Samuels. Lionel is a Haida Master Carver who is widely known for his distinct style and his large and detailed versions of classic Haida sculptures.
Annual showcase of the graduating seniors in Art and Design.
An exhibition of extraordinary artworks made from ordinary currency. Attracted by money's symbolism and power, the artists featured in Love Me Tender scrutinize the systems of value celebrated on and embodied by currency. Bills and coins are transformed into tapestries, paintings, photographs and sculptures that tap into the glamorous, seductive allure of money and society's notions of value and 'values.' Featured artist include James Charles, Maximo Gonzales, Barton Lidice Benes and Mark Wagner, among others.
The stage is set for the big comedy variete show, the theater is packed, the band is ready, but the tour bus with all the performers has broken down. Now Olivier must pull off the show of his life and perform all sixteen twisted variety acts himself, aided only by Flynch, his loyal hunchback assistant.
Tom Hoffmann returns for his third exhibit with a series of watercolors from his recent trip to Iceland. A long time instructor at Gage Academy of Art, his newly published book Watercolor Painting is available for purchase at the Gallery.
Having relocated to Chicago to teach at Northwestern, Anne Hayden Stevens returns with a new exhibit of abstracted oil landscapes.
Leiber and Stoller wrote many of the biggest hits of the 1950's, bridging the gap between R&B and Rock, and the even larger gulf between novelty numbers like Yakety Yak and anthems like Stand By Me.
Their music helped launch Elvis Presley's career, and they were almost as influential as record producers as they were songwriters.
A perfect way to spend your Sunday morning in Seattle! Cruise Lake Union and Lake Washington from the comfort of a beautifully appointed Waterways yacht! This unique and unforgettable experience includes a champagne toast upon boarding, a gourmet spread of classic Northwest brunch favorites, a 2 hour cruise and your Captain's narration, highlighting local landmarks and historical sights. Relax and enjoy the spectacular, ever-changing views on this delightful Sunday brunch cruise.
Boxley's own piano master takes the reins on Sunday Nights! Strongly influenced by the soulful stylings of Oscar Peterson and Gene Harris, performing blues, gospel, straight-ahead jazz and original compositions/arrangements. With Jon Hamar, bass & Greg Williamson, drums.
Seventeen dancers face a bare stage in an empty theater, where casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. This audition offers the chance of a lifetime. Every drop of sweat, every hour of training, and every moment of dancing comes together in A Chorus Line, the musical for anyone who's ever had a dream and put it all on the line.
Only 50 years ago, we hardly used plastics. How did they go from being rare to being everywhere? Plastics Unwrapped, a new exhibit from the Burke Museum, explores how material culture was changed—rapidly and perhaps permanently—by plastics. Learn what life was like before plastics, how they are made, why they're so convenient to use, and what happens after we throw them away.
This premiere exhibit will help bring to life the Museum of History and Industry's historic photo collection through poetry and spoken word produced by Seattle high school students. A collaboration with Arts Corps, Seattle's largest nonprofit arts education organization, this exhibit is the first showcase in the new Community Focus Gallery. Envisioned as a forum for the diverse voices and stories of the Puget Sound Region, the gallery will feature community projects that go beyond conventional exhibitions.
Norman Lundin presents The Landscape Described, the first of two back-to-back exhibitions in which landscape is the central concern.
As weapons fill our world from private and public gun show sales, Gallery 110 artists are joining the national gun control debate in this month's exhibition, The Other Gun Show. By using their art to stimulate dialogue, this timely exhibition promises to bring a velocity all its own. Prior to the Artists Reception a panel of Gallery 110 Artists will discuss their work as it relates to the problems and issues of guns and gun control in the United States.
Acclaimed Seattle artist John Grades perennial focus remains on environmentally related works, often inspired and extracted from microscopic points of view, that range from monumental (interior and exterior) installations to a more moderate scale. His recent installations for The Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), Seattle, WA and The John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, will be followed by several multi-location projects in Portland, OR.
The Henry is pleased to present a focused exhibition of works by the celebrated British artist Sean Scully (born 1945). The presentation pairs the artist's photographic Harris and Lewis Shacks portfolio, from the museum's permanent collection, with October, a large scale oil painting from the same period, to examine and expose the rich dialogue between the two mediums in the artist's oeuvre.