A year ago, Seattle Art Museum’s ads shouted “Women are taking over!” as it presented Elles, an exhibition of female artists from Paris’s Centre Pompidou. Galleries jumped in with shows of women artists and talks about gender. Did any of it matter? Tonight’s open discussion is about how and how often women show up in Seattle art, a year after the deluge. The panel kicking things off contains artists Susanna Bluhm and Susie Lee and myself—but it’s a conversation that will be defined by whoever shows up. (Hedreen Gallery, 901 12th Ave, seattleu.edu/hedreen, 6 pm, free)