July is in full swing and we’ve got a week’s worth of events to help you get the most out of your Seattle Summer. On Tuesday, venture into the little known world of supervised consumption spaces at 12th Avenue Arts for Safe Shape/KNOW US: Living and Dying with Substance Abuse. Wednesday brings your last chance to catch Music Under the Stars in Volunteer Park—and the outdoor fun doesn’t stop there! On Thursday evening, Summers at SAM wants to invite you and your pup to an evening of dog-inspired fun at Dog Night in Olympic Sculpture Park. If you’re a fan of noir film, look no further than Noir City 2016, a week-long festival featuring 18 noir classics, starting this Friday at SIFF Cinema Egyptian. On Saturday, Seattle Art Museum premieres their new exhibit, Big Picture: Art After 1945. Finally, round out your week with a spirited champion of human rights when Malala Yousafzai visits the Hec Edmundson Pavilion for a lecture to remember. It’s a whole new week and summer fun is ripe for the picking. It’s time to Get Out! Seattle.
Tuesday, July 19
Safe Shape/KNOW US: Living and Dying with Substance Abuse
Tuesday, July 19, 6-9pm
Wednesday, July 20
SCMS Presents Music Under the Stars at Volunteer Park
Wednesday, July 20, 7:15pm. Free and open to all ages.
Thursday, July 21
Summer at SAM: Dog Night
Thursday, July 21, 6-8pm. Free and open to all ages.
Friday, July 22
SIFF Presents: Noir City 2016
July 22-28. Festival passes are available at the SIFF Box Office for $150 or $15 for single films.
Saturday, July 23
Big Picture: Art After 1945 Opens at SAM
Saturday, July 23-ongoing
Sunday, July 24
Unique Lives: Malala Yousafzai
Sunday, July 24, 7:30pm. Tickets are available online, starting at $25.