Now in its eighth year, Seattle Erotic Art Festival just keeps getting bigger and ballsier. SEAF curators this year (including Stranger art critic Jen Graves), um, gazed at some 1,200 entries by more than 400 artists—in order to fill the two-day festival with more kink-a-riffic visuals, literature, performances, and workshops than ever. There's something for just about every sexual proclivity on the planet. Highlights include Cabaret de Curiosités, a theater piece from award-winning NYC director Roger Benington, and an installation from local artist Ellen Forney, and as always, the costume ball on Saturday night will be the best people-watching party of the entire year. (Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, 305 Harrison St, Noon–2 am, $25 adv/$30 door. Through May 2.)