Get Out, Seattle! Arts and Cultural Events, Week of February 20

Posted on February 20, 2017, 7:38 pm
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February fun continues this week with all new arts and cultural events to attend to in and around Seattle. This Tuesday, Oscar fans can get their fix at Hotel Sorrento when Three Dollar Bill Cinema Presents: Academy Award Conversations. On Wednesday, the culture continues with Migrations and Marches at Seattle Art Museum. For theater with a prescient message, look no further than Awaiting Oblivion… playing Thursday through Sunday at On the Boards. If it’s local, undiscovered musical talent you’re after, head to MoPOP for the Sound Off! Semifinals #3 on Friday. On Saturday, fans of dance won’t want to miss The 2017 Cornish BFA Dance Concerts at Broadway Performance Hall. Finally, Sunday’s the last day to catch films at the 5th Annual Seattle Asian American Film Festival, which will show films at SIFF Cinema Egyptian and Northwest Film Forum February 23-26. The shortest month of the year is drawing to a close. Too soon! Time to Get Out! Seattle.

Tuesday, February 21

Three Dollar Bill Cinema Presents: Academy Award Conversations

Tuesday, February 21, 7-9pm

Three Dollar Bill Cinema Presents: Academy Award conversations, February 21

Wednesday, February 22

SAM Presents: Migrations and Marches 

Wednesday, February 22, 7pm

SAM Presents: Migrations and Marches, February 22

Thursday, February 23

Awaiting Oblivion… at On the Boards

February 23-26

Get tickets online.

Awaiting Oblivion… at On The Boards, February 23-26

Friday, February 24

Sound Off! Semifinals #3

Friday, February 24, 8pm

Sound Off! Semifinals #3, February 24

Saturday, February 25

Premiere Dance: The 2017 Cornish BFA Dance Concerts

February 25-26

Reserve tickets online.

Premiere Dance: The 2017 Cornish BFA Dance Concerts, February 25-26 (And More!)

Sunday, February 26

5th Annual Seattle Asian American Film Festival

February 23-26

Get festival passes online for $75

5th Annual Seattle Asian American Film Festival, February 23-26

 

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