Amen Dunes will be at the Crocodile on Monday to provide equal parts laid-back surf rock and feel-good indie.

Mon. August 13
José Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican Penny Press 
For the better part of the last century José Guadalupe Posada has been lauded as “the father of modern Mexican art.” Posada began as a political cartoonist for a small paper and went on to gain international attention for his skill as an illustrator and printmaker. (See his crowning achievement, the very famous La Calavera Catrina) Bellevue Arts Museum, $15

Amen Dunes
Damon McMahon has been making music under the moniker Amen Dunes for a little over a decade now. His fifth and latest album, Freedom, garnered positive reviews—Pitchfork gave it Best New Music and called it his "euphoric masterpiece." Head to the Crocodile for equal parts laid-back surf rock and feel-good indie. The Crocodile, $15

Tue. August 14
Crafting with Circuits

FoxBot Industries is putting on a workshop for people to come and tinker with circuits. They'll lay down the basics of how to control electricity and show you how to use it in your own projects at home. All materials are included in the fee, so all you have to bring is your brain. Push/Pull, $45

Wed. August 15
Madonna: Truth or Dare
Madonna turns 60 this month. Celebrate the birth of the queen of pop with this documentary, a self-narrated account of her 1990 Blond Ambition world tour, all at Central Cinema rates. Central Cinema, $2

Thu. August 16
Directed and produced by Imana Gunawan of the diverse dance group Au Collective, Moonshine will close out this year's Nights at the Neptune performance series. The cabaret is a meditation on the wills of the moon: What does it wish for? Whom does it love? As an added bonus, attendees will hear new music from Donte “DaQween” Johnson, Emma Lee Toyoda, Ansar El, and CarLarans. The Neptune, Free

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