Catch the Opening Week of Katrina del Mar's 'Feral Women'
New York-based creative Katrina del Mar has always been fascinated with "wild women who break with convention." Her latest photo exhibit, Feral Women, attempts to capture different feminist icons: the high hard femme, the bad girl, the rocker, the biker, the surfer-selkie, and more. Catch this femme-focused installation in its opening week (opened July 11) at Twilight Gallery and Boutique.
Catch the Opening Week of Katrina del Mar's 'Feral Women', Mon, July 13, 11am, Twilight Gallery and Boutique, 4306 SW Alaska Street, Free
How Technology Impacts Civil Liberties
Center for Democracy and Technology president Nuala O’Connor shares how the ever-changing technological landscape is impacting our civil liberties and daily decision-making.
She’ll be joined by UW Tech Policy Lab’s Ryan Calo, Zillow’s Racquel Russell, and Amazon’s Matt Wood. Stop by Tuesday for tips on how to balance staying plugged in with maintaining security and personal privacy.
How Technology Impacts Civil Liberties, Tues, July 14, 7:30pm, Town Hall Seattle, 1119 Eighth Ave, $5
Advance Notice for July 20
Sawant and Licata Debate in Favor of Rent Control in Seattle
With average rents in Seattle's neighborhoods ranging from $1,063–$1,871 per month and 47% of tenants feeling burdened by rent rates, rent control has been a hot topic in the affordable housing dilemma. Councilmembers Kshama Sawant and Nick Licata will argue why Seattle needs rent control on Monday evening and the anti-rent control position will be presented by Growth and Development Lobbyist Roger Valdez and another TBD presenter.
See what ideas are brewing to address Seattle's top affordability concern, and what solutions renters, landlords, and developers have to offer.
Debate: Rent Control in Seattle? Mon, July 20, 6pm, Town Hall Seattle, 1119 Eighth Ave, Free
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