Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, July 15 Weekend Edition

Posted on July 15, 2016, 3:20 pm
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VS has arrived in your inbox with a surprise weekend edition of Get Out, Seattle! Featuring a whole slew of weekend events to help our readers with taste get the most out of their Seattle Summers. On Friday, catch an exclusive engagement of the documentary Nuts! at the SIFF Film Center, or else swing by Oxbow in Georgetown for an artist reception featuring New Romantics: a Photography Exhibition. On Saturday, fans of dance can take in the sun at Seattle Waterfront Park while catching the world premiere of Bodies of Water, as choreographed by Alice Gosti. This Saturday also marks the opening day for Senga Nengudi: Improvisational Gestures at Henry Art Gallery with a late-morning performance and talk. In Capitol Hill, the Saturday party lasts all day and well into the night at the CHANNEL Seattle Record Label Fest, located at Fred Wildlife Refuge. Finally, what better way to round out your weekend than with Day Shift at Ciudad in Georgetown, Seattle’s hottest dance party. So much art, film and movement to discover this weekend—let’s Get Out! Seattle.

Friday, July 15

Now Playing: Nuts! at SIFF Film Center

Friday, July 15-17. Visit the SIFF Box Office for tickets and showtimes.

Now Playing: Nuts! at SIFF Film Center

New Romantics: A Photography Exhibition

Friday, July 15, 6-8pm

New Romantics: A Photography Exhibition, July 15-August 15

Saturday, July 16

Velocity Dance Center Presents: Bodies of Water

Saturday, July 16, 5-10pm. Free and open to all.

Velocity Dance Center Presents: Bodies of Water, July 16

Senga Nengudi: Improvisational Gestures

July 16–October 9, 2016

Senga Nengudi: Improvisational Gestures, July 16–October 9

CHANNEL Seattle Record Label Fest

Saturday, July 16, 12pm-2am. Tickets for the daytime show are free or $12 for the night time show.

CHANNEL Seattle Record Label Fest, July 16

Sunday, July 17

Day Shift at Ciudad

Sunday, July 17, 3-10pm. Day Shift is free before 4pm, $5 after. Event is 21+

Day Shift at Ciudad, July 17

Molly Laich is a writer and media fan. You can find her at mollylaich.com and doghatesfilm.com and on twitter @MollyL