Join this panel discussion with artists, academics, and a biologist, as part of the Art+Science Salon series, a collaboration of the Tacoma Art Museum and the University of Puget Sound. Free.
Photographers have one calendar day to capture “a theme, community, or subject” of their choosing. Free.
Celebrate the tilt of our planet's semi axis directly towards the sun with two days of eating, drinking (beer garden!), and supporting local arts. Free.
The Brooklyn artist on How to Stay Alive in the Woods, her fourth solo show at the gallery. Free.
Co-curators Phen Huang and Greg Kucera offer a walking tour of this soon-to-close exhibition. Free.
Robert Hardgrave: Drawings and other paper-based, wild-pattern-happy work for this Seattle artist’s first solo exhibition at Cullom. Free.
Artist Alexander and Hilltop celebrity Walls discuss their Life is OOD collaboration. Free.
Al Young, the color-line-breaking Seattle drag racer, helps welcome his championship-winning 1970 Dodge Challenger into the MOHAI collection. Free with admission.
More than 50 overdecorated cars on display a stone's throw from underclothed bicyclists at the Fremont Fair. Free.
Bars of Seattle: Recent work of Jessica Jorgensen: Come see if you can recognize them all without feeling a creeping sense of shame! Free.
Small Change: A new project in the Test Site from MFA student Rebecca Chernow that experiments with "reciprocity, barter, debt, and the emergence of markets and related value systems through the creation and distribution of an invented currency." And cigarette butts too, it seems. $10 suggested.
University of Washington MFA and M.Des Thesis Exhibition: Y'all know what it is already. Student work from artists surviving in the warrens of a giant research university. Features Stephanie Klausing's ceramic agglomerations set in rows of escalating material dilapidation, even ugliness (some pots, finger-pressed and still bearing the prints, shaped like feces-full intestines), and Ryan Weatherly's painted concoctions, depicting melting, candy-colored women's faces. $10 suggested.
Check out the open rehearsals for Stranger Genius Award winner Susie Lee's fusion of dance, technology, and music before the ensemble leaves for the Beijing International Fringe Festival. Free.
Ben Waterman: returns from six-months as a visiting artist to Northern Arizona University with new ceramics that look like they've beaten/fired to within inches of their lives. And then fired again. Free.
The Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative and the Office of Arts & Culture are asking for proposals from arts, cultural and community organizations who would like to provide out-of-school programing that link the arts and work experience.
Andrea Joyce Heimer: Paintings of dark and funny suburban scenes. Free.
Nothing Is as Eloquent as Nothing: Mark Calderon's own statement about the show refers generally to "personal losses," in addition to other specific and universal sorrows, some readily recognizable. Free.