With gold, ceramics, paintings, photography, and more, Peru: Kingdoms of the Sun and Moon is about as big as art exhibitions get. It starts with ancient material, hits the Spanish colonial period hard in a room that will blow your eyes out, and stretches all the way to the 20th-century indigenismo movement. Today, SAM is hosting a free celebration of native arts—Robert Davidson, a Haida artist, is featured in a separate exhibition—with tours, performances, workshops, and hands-on art-making across the whole place. Get there early and you don’t have to pay. (Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Ave, seattleartmuseum.org, 10 am–3 pm, entry to Peru free to first 500 people, then $19.50)