Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of Feb. 2

Posted on February 01, 2016, 7:24 pm
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February is the shortest month (even though the leap year gives us an extra day this time around), so get the most out of it and check out the many events happening around town this week. There is no shortage of events (not to mention First Thursday Art Walk), but we don’t want to overwhelm you. Here are our top picks for the coming week, including one of the most fun parties of the year: the Henry’s Annual Gala and after hours Dance Party!

Tuesday, February 2

Counterpoint | Phase: Music of Steve Reich at On the Boards, Feb. 2

$10. 8 PM showtime, but arrive early as presale tickets are sold out and only tickets at the door are available. See the website for details.

http://vanguardseattle.us/2016/02/01/counterpoint-phase-music-of-steve-reich-at-on-the-boards-feb-2/

Wednesday, February 3

SAM Talks: Spirits, Fashion & Environmental Warnings at Paccar Pavilion

Free and open to the public. 7 PM – 8 PM. RSVP online.

http://vanguardseattle.us/2016/02/01/sam-talks-spirits-fashion-environmental-warnings-feb-3/

Thursday, February 4

Washington Ensemble Theatre Presents reSET

$10. 10 PM (February 4 and 5). Buy tickets online.

http://vanguardseattle.us/2016/02/01/washington-ensemble-theatre-presents-reset-feb-4-5/

Friday, February 5

Buzzer opens at ACTLab

Adult ticket $30. Opening performance at 8 PM. Subsequent showtimes vary, see website for details.

http://vanguardseattle.us/2016/02/01/19741/

[untitled] 2 at Seattle Symphony

$15. 10 PM. Buy tickets online.

http://vanguardseattle.us/2016/02/01/19747/

Saturday, February 6

The Henry Art Gala 2016 at the Henry Art Gallery

$50 (21+) for the dance party. 9 PM – 12 AM. If you are interested in attending the gala, check out the different packages at the Henry website.

http://vanguardseattle.us/2016/01/07/henry-gala-2016-let-it-all-go-to-your-head/


Care to just catch a movie? Check out what’s playing at Landmark Theatres locally through Thursday, February 4. (I highly recommend the Oscar-nominated animated shorts.) Whatever you do, don’t just Netflix and Chill. (Valentine’s Day is coming, so there’s an occasion for that.) Just Get Out, Seattle!

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