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Tuesday, September 26, 2017


Hana Hamplová: Meditations on Paper

11:00 AM Free Frye Art Museum

Influential Czech writer Bohumil Hrabal's book Too Loud A Solitude—published in 1976 by an underground press in the communist Czech Republic —directly dealt ...

Humaira Abid: Searching for Home

11:00 AM $12 Bellevue Arts Museum

The Seattle-based Pakistani’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States features woodwork and miniature paintings that dive into the plight of women ...

Manuel Álvarez Bravo: Mexico’s Poet of Light

11:00 AM Free Frye Art Museum

In the 1920s, after the Mexican Revolution ended, Manuel Alvarez Bravo picked up a camera without any formal training and began to document his homeland. Bra...

Mike Kelley: Day Is Done

11:00 AM Free Frye Art Museum

Multimedia artist Mike Kelley's feature-length musical Day Is Done showcases all the abnormalities in the folk performances and rituals considered a normal p...

Storme Webber: 'Casino: A Palimpsest'

Editor’s Pick 11:00 AM Free Frye Art Museum

In the early to mid-1900s, Pioneer Square teemed with immigrants, queer communities, and the displaced. Seattle artist Storme Webber spent her formative year...

Super Natural

9:00 AM Free MadArt

Wisconsin-based artist Jennifer Angus’s exhibition caters to both the artsy and the eco-conscious Seattle sub-cultures. Angus does more than take inspiration...

Zaria Forman: Antartica

Editor’s Pick 10:00 AM Free Winston Wächter

After four weeks aboard an Antarctic expedition on the National Geographic Explorer, Zaria Forman had ice on the brain. She imbues her large photorealistic d...

Books & Talks

Italian Opera's Golden Century: How to Distinguish Rossini from Bellini from Donizetti

7:00 PM Free Pigott Auditorium, Seattle University

Part of the Seattle Opera Lecture Series at Seattle University, Seattle Opera's pre-performance lecturer and dramaturge Jonathan Dean maps out the biggest na...



7:30 PM and 2:00 PM $15–$50 Taproot Theatre

Albert Einstein changed the world with his theory of relativity, making him one of the most famous minds in history. But there were parts of his life that re...

Something Rotten!

7:30 PM $50–$170 5th Avenue Theatre

A musical about writing the first musical some four hundred years ago! The Tony-nominated Broadway hit follows two contemporaries of Shakespe...