Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of July 25

Posted on July 25, 2016, 6:09 pm
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It’s the last week of July and with it brings all new opportunities to get out and experience Seattle. On Tuesday, Grand Illusion Cinema in the University District will present Cinememory: Negotiating the Past Through Film. Wednesday brings a chance to experience the process behind a multidisciplinary artist at GLASS BOX Gallery‘s presentation of Gary Hill in Seattle: This Might Not Work Lecture Series. The weekend starts on Thursday with the Seattle Latin, Brazilian and Caribbean Festival at The Royal Room. On Friday, families in Bellevue can take advantage of a day’s worth of fun at the BAM ARTSfair at the Bellevue Arts Museum. Finally, round out the week with some Seattle-grown hip hop in Cal Anderson Park at the Zulu Park Jam. There’s only one week left to get the most out of July. Let’s Get Out! Seattle.

Tuesday, July 26

Cinememory: Negotiating the Past Through Film

Tuesday, July 26, 7pm

Cinememory: Negotiating the Past Through Film, July 26

Wednesday, July 27

Gary Hill in Seattle: This Might Not Work Lecture Series

Wednesday, July 27. Doors at 7pm, talk begins at 7:30pm. Free and open to the public.

Gary Hill in Seattle: This Might Not Work Lecture Series, July 27

Thursday, July 28

Seattle Latin, Brazilian & Caribbean Festival

July 28-July 31, 7pm-12:30am (all ages until 10pm)

Seattle Latin, Brazilian & Caribbean Festival, July 28-31

Friday, July 29

BAM ARTSfair at Bellevue Arts Museum

July 29-31, Free and open to the public

BAM ARTSfair 2016, July 29-31 at Bellevue Arts Museum

Saturday, July 30

Hoodstock #9 at MLKy Way Park

Saturday, July 30, 3-9:30pm

Hoodstock #9 at MLKy Way House, July 30

Sunday, July 31

Zulu Park Jam at Cal Anderson Park

Sunday July 31, 4pm-8pm

Zulu Park Jam at Cal Anderson Park, July 31

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