Today, January 27th at 5 PM PST and take a peek inside Pacific Northwest Ballet’s studios before the premiere of Cendrillon. Tune in to get a rare look at our artists in their element!
Tomorrow, January 28th last day to get $29 Tickets, orchestra level for Seattle Symphony upcoming events!
Sunday, January 29th, 3-5pm, at Bainbridge Island Art Museum (BIMA) – Eye on Artist Lecture Series: Native Hands Guest Curator & Artists Conversation, BIMA Auditorium
A conversation with Native Hands exhibit guest curator Miranda Belarde-Lewis on influences, materials and meaning. Belarde-Lewis will be joined by Suquamish artists Betty Pasco (weaving in cedar and wool) and Peg Deam (multi-media work in sculpture, beadwork, cedar weaving), both Tribal Elders, and Randi Purser (carver, Lushootseed language teacher). Reception with light food and drink in the Feferman Gallery will take place immediately afterward.
Tickets are $10 General Admission | FREE for Students with pre-registration
Reserve your tickets HERE.
Wednesday, February 1st
My writing classes begin. The Art and Fun of Writing Things Down. Wednesday 10am -12noon, or Wednesday evening 7pm – 9pm – 7 sessions. $220. Register at Magnolia Art Experience (MAX) or call me: 206-284-2430 – Monica Wooton
Thursday, February 2nd – Pacific Northwest Ballet, Guest lecture and dress rehearsal for Cendrillion, $30, 206.441.2424, or visit our Box Office, performance run February 3-12, PNB Premier.
“The work is masterful and sublime, with its sparse sets and its unparalleled portrayal of love in all its incarnations, from flirtatious first looks to full-blown ecstasy.”
Courtesy of Seattle Shakespeare Company.
Friday, February 3rd , Part 1
– Bring Down the House Parts 1 & 2, Seattle Shakespeare Company is about to storm the stage with sixteen actresses. In two parts on various dates. Tickets and a preview.
“Bring Down the House is filled with royal intrigue, jealousies, and family clashes that tore England’s political system in two. Known as the War of the Roses, this roughly 30-year period of warfare resulted in the capture, disappearance, or death of many English nobles.” – Seattle Shakespeare Theater
Some performances of Bring Down the House are nearly sold out, so make sure that you get your tickets today. Bring Down the House runs through March 12.
Saturday, February 4th – Meet Me at the Movies | Movies Based on Books
11:30 am – 1 pm
Frye Art Museum, Free, opens 30 minutes before start – First come, First serve.
“Meet Me at the Movies is a unique film experience. Theme-based clips from classic and contemporary films are shown, followed by audience discussion and reminiscence guided by a moderator. Designed for people with memory loss and their care partners, this program can be enjoyed by all adults.” The Frye Museum
Courtesy of the Frye Museum. Photo Kathrine Lamar.
Plus: New Frye Exhibit Opened – January 28th – Achipenko: A Modern Legacy, Free
Saturday’s – February 4th and February 18th and March 4th – Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) – upcoming Artist’s Book Talks featuring the works currently on display in the Sherry Grover Gallery. Either BIMA Founder and book arts curator Cynthia Sears or a special guest book artist will guide a showing of selected works outside of the display cases, allowing viewers to see the movement and multiple dimensions so critical to understanding book arts. Each Book Talk meets in BIMA’s Sherry Grover Gallery from 11am to 12pm. Space is extremely limited for these free events, which frequently fill to capacity.
Please register here.
February 10th – March 5th, The Pajama Game at The 5th Avenue Theater, tickets and preview.
Ongoing – Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) – Edibles continues with other excellent exhibits about Seattle.
Friday, February 24th – I get my hip replaced…pray for me!
Monday, February 27th
La La Land opens at the Cinerama – Nominated for 14 Academy Awards including Best Picture, La La Land tells the story of Mia [Emma Stone], an aspiring actress, and Sebastian [Ryan Gosling], a dedicated jazz musician, who are struggling to make ends meet in a city known for crushing hopes and breaking hearts. Set in modern day Los Angeles, this original musical about everyday life explores the joy and pain of pursuing your dreams. Tickets.
Bonus: Free Museum Tickets through The Seattle Public Library – check it out!