Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of April 4

Posted on April 04, 2016, 3:50 pm
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Now that it’s heating up into a sunny spring, Seattleites can switch off hibernation mode and get out into the city! No matter where your head’s at, we’ve got you covered this week. Unsure about your future? Sick of Top 40? Need to satisfy your eyes, your ears, your palate? Read on.

Tuesday, April 5

Ask The Oracle at Hugo House

Tuesday April 5, 7:30pm

Hugo House’s Ask the Oracle, April 5

 

Wednesday, April 6

Tanya Tagaq at The Neptune

Wednesday April 6, 8pm. Tickets are $30 and are available through STG’s website.

Tanya Tagaq at The Neptune, April 6

 

Thursday, April 7

Heidi Oberheide and Stephen Rock Artist Reception at Linda Hodges Gallery

Thursday April 7, 6-8pm

Heidi Oberheide and Stephen Rock Artist Reception, April 7

To Savor Tomorrow at Nordo’s Culinarium

Thursday April 7 – Sunday June 5. Showtimes vary. Tickets run $65-$105 for the entire experience–find them here.

Cafe Nordo’s To Savor Tomorrow Opens April 7

 

Friday, April 8

Opens Thursday, April 7 and runs through July 10. Gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday 10am-6pm, Thursday 10am-8pm. Tickets are $5.

Imagined Futures at Pivot Art + Culture, April 7-July 10

Saturday, April 9

Musica Electronica at The Chapel at Good Shepherd Center

Saturday April 9, 8pm (Pre-concert presentation at 7:30pm). Tickets run $20 general admission.

Seattle Modern Orchestra’s Musica Electronica, April 9

 

Sunday, April 10

Cochon 555 US Tour at The Fairmont

Sunday April 10, 5pm. Buy tickets here.

Cochon 555 US Tour at The Fairmont, April 10