In this newspaper last year, Charles Mudede summed up why it’s a tragedy that Yesler Terrace will be demolished and “redeveloped” into mixed-income housing: “Yesler Terrace was one of the few housing projects in the United States that came close to fulfilling its initial utopian promise.” It has flowers everywhere, “no beefs,” as one basketballer puts it on film, and folks out tending the Urban Garden. You’ll see it all through the eyes of teens tonight, when the Yesler Terrace Youth Media team unveils their new documentary film and photographic series at the Frye. This way, when 1,200 people are displaced, at least nobody will be able to say they were never there. (Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave,, 5 pm, free)