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.
Director of the Kyoto Costume Institute and curator of Future Beauty: Thirty Years of Japanese Fashion discusses the exhibition and Japanese fashion in general. $10.
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.
Opdahl comes to visit all the way from Norway to discuss his show, Mood Paintings of the North. free with admission.
Preview and discuss Genius Award winner Susie Lee's fusion of dance, technology and music before the ensemble leaves for the Beijing International Fringe Festival. Free.
Bill Baber & Stacie Chappell: Emotional paintings from Chappell and paintings, textiles, and wall sculptures from Baber. Free.
Bruce Clarke, Battlegrounds: Clarke paints the human body in order to liberate it. Free.
Daphne Minkoff: Oil paint over photographs captures fleeting moments. Free.
Our Ordinary Lives: oil paintings on glass from Jessica Dodge. Free.
Richard Taylor: colorful, sculptural paintings. Free.
Ghosts of a Girlhood: Mixed media from Sarah Jones. Free.