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Nov.18, 2017-June 17, 2018

This exhibit celebrates 65 years of the late Seattle photographer’s work documentating the Central District and Seattle’s African-American community, depiciting residents in ordinary, often intimate, moments of their daily life.

Dec.7, 2017- July 8 2018; 7 pm

Video- and computer-based installations are the favored mediums of Perry, winner of the Seattle Art Museum’s 2017 Gwendolyn Knight and Jacob Lawrence Prize; critique of media sensationalism and institutional racism is a frequent subject. The prize entitles Perry to an exhibit; she previews it at this artist’s talk. 


(5/25–5/28); Times vary.

Music Festival Season officially returns with this tuneful trifecta


Launched: 2002
Focus: Alt-rock
Typical Festival Experience: Tent camping, extortionately priced bottled water, getting the side-eye from Ellensburgers on the drive home
Who Goes: Upwardly mobile, midriff-baring millennials
Big Name: David Byrne

Through 5/31; Daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

“Dogs outnumber children in this city,” reads a wall label in this exhibit, “and cats outnumber dogs.” So, it makes sense that the Museum of History & Industry would gather photos and memora


Launched: 2017
Focus: Local music, with a few big name headliners
Typical Festival Experience: Taking light rail home afterward and running into someone you know
Who Goes: Aspiring local artists, bands and supporters of Seattle’s dynamic music scene
Big Name: Valerie June

August 25, 2018

Save the date! Don’t miss Seattle magazine’s first annual Kidchella Seattle on August 25. Rock out to performances from Caspar Babypants, The Not-Its! And Recess Monkey plus tons of family activities - fun for all ages!