Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of Feb. 22

Posted on February 22, 2016, 6:43 pm
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It’s the last week of February, which means it’s the last chance to see many of the gallery shows in Pioneer Square. Throughout the week, there are many live musical and dance performances, including the premier of Assassins at ACT Theatre, a co-production with 5th Avenue Theatre.

Pioneer Square Art Gallery Guide, February 2016

 

The Revenge of the Real: Dylan Neuwirth’s NOT A HOLOGRAM

 

Thursday, February 25

XX: Urban ArtWorks 20th Anniversary Event at WithinSoDo

5:30 PM – 10 PM. $20 for cocktail reception and panel. $150 for cocktails and dinner. Buy tickets online.

 

XX: Urban ArtWorks 20th Anniversary Event, Feb. 25

Town Music + Seattle Arts & Lectures Presents: we do it to one another at Town Hall

 

7:30 PM. $5-25. Buy tickets online.

Town Music + Seattle Arts & Lectures Presents: we do it to one another, Feb. 25

Friday, February 26

Seattle Symphony Community Concert at City Hall

 

Free and open to the public. 12 PM.

Seattle Symphony Community Concert at City Hall, Feb. 26

Saturday, February 27

Artist Talk: Chris Antemann at BAM

 

12 – 1 PM. $5 for BAM members and $10 for nonmembers. Register online.

Artist Talk: Chris Antemann at BAM, Feb. 27

CoCA’s Reception for Jeremy Gregory’s The Dirty Circus of Life at Columbia City Gallery

Free. 5-8 PM.

CoCA Presents Jeremy Gregory’s “The Dirty Circus of Life,” Opening Feb. 24

Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra Presents: World Sounds at First Free Methodist Church

8 PM. $20 general admission. ($15 for students and seniors). Buy tickets online.

Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra Presents: World Sounds, Feb. 27

Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins Premieres at ACT Theatre

8 PM. Tickets prices vary. Buy tickets online.

ACT & 5th Ave Present Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins, Opening Feb. 27

Sunday, February 28

Velocity Dance Center’s Speakeasy Series: The Color of Dance

5-6:30 PM. Free and open to the public.

Velocity Dance Center Speakeasy Series: The Color of Dance, Feb. 28

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