Get Out, Seattle: Cultural Events, January 19 – January 24, 2016

Posted on January 18, 2016, 1:40 pm
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It’s a short work-week for many, so that means even more energy for the many cultural events happening, right? Unique musical performances abound, and it’s also the last week of Command+Shift+4, the dreamy installation by artist Pae White at The Henry. Intimate lectures and a special benefit for Photo Center Northwest are also on the docket. Saturday, January 23 is especially busy with events at studio e, Benaroya Hall, The Olympic Sculpture Park, SIFF Cinema and The Chapel Performance Space, so plan ahead and get the most out of your weekend. See our picks below and Get Out, Seattle.

Tuesday, January 19

The Loggia Lectures at BAM, “Faith and Desire in Caravaggio’s Queen Baroque”

$5 suggested donation. For mature audiences. 7 to 8:30 PM.

Wednesday, January 20

Pae White Artist Talk at The Henry

6:30 PM – 8 PM. All ages. Free with a reserved ticket. Reserve online.

Thursday, January 21

Oh, These Women (of Clay): Patti Warashina with Gary Faigin at Town Hall

7:30 PM lecture (doors at 6:30 PM). $5. Get tickets online.

Salient: Benefit Reception at PCNW

5:30 – 8:30 PM. $75. Buy tickets.

Friday, January 22

Inside Radiolab with Robert Krulwich at Broadway Center for the Performing Arts (Tacoma)

7:30 PM. All ages. $19. Buy tickets.

Seattle Vice Opens at The Triple Door

8 PM. 17+. $15-$45. Buy tickets.

Saturday, January 23

“Cinema Dissection” of Blade Runner at SIFF Film Center

11 AM – 5 PM. $20 ($15 SIFF Members). Buy tickets.

Sean Young and Harrison Ford in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner.

Cullom Gallery’s Final Pop-Up at studio e

Free. 1 – 6 PM.

Seattle Phil: Four Great Composer-Conductors at Benaroya Hall

2 PM. $30. Buy tickets.


Winter Weekends at Olympic Sculpture Park

Wayward Music Presents Arachnotopia at The Chapel Performance Space

7:30 PM. Suggested donation $5-$15.

Sunday, January 24

LOVESICK Wedding Expo at Showbox SoDo

11 AM – 3 PM. 21+. Tickets are $15 online and $20 at the door. Groupon is selling half price tickets to attend this event–get yours here.

T.s. Flock is a writer and arts critic based in Seattle and co-founder of Vanguard Seattle.