Upcoming Events


E.g., 12/21/2014
E.g., 12/21/2014
Date
Dec 21
Venue
Dec 21

Multiple Grammy Award-winning violinist Mark O'Connor surrounds himself with his band for an unforgettable evening of music from his album, An Appalachian Christmas. In describing this program of music, O'Connor says: "Appalachia is the original melting...

Date
Jan 09
Venue
Jan 09

Animals occupy a paradoxical place in the world: they are everywhere, yet hidden. This Seattle Arts & Lectures course, hosted at the Henry, explores the histories, politics, and cultural dynamics of how humans see and...

Date
Jan 10
Venue
Jan 10

Archaeology Day 2015 will be hosted in partnership with the Society for Historical Archaeology’s and will focus on archaeology of the last 500 years and urban settlement in the Pacific Northwest. Visitors will learn about...

Date
Jan 11
Venue
Jan 11

Violist Melia Watras explores written and improvised music with an all-star lineup of performers. Jazz innovators Cuong Vu and Ted Poor and Pacific Northwest Ballet concertmaster Michael Jinsoo Lim join Watras in blurring genre through...

Date
Jan 13
Venue
Jan 13

Recognized as one of the world’s great ensembles, the Takács Quartet plays with excitement, warmth, and humor, combining four distinct musical personalities to bring fresh insights to the string quartet repertoire. In 2012, Takács was...

Date
Jan 15
Venue
Jan 15

Cedric Bomford lives in Winnipeg where he is an Assistant Professor in the School of Art at the University of Manitoba. His floating sculpture Deadhead, made in collaboration with his brother and father, toured...

Date
Jan 15
Jan 15

Teaching people to understand the ways they are interfering with their natural coordination, the Alexander Technique applies the use of consciously coordinated responses to ease tension, alleviate chronic stress, and improve performance. In a new...

Date
Nov 24
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Jan 17, 2015
Venue
Nov 24
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Jan 17, 2015

Laziness is the absence of movement and thought, dumb time - total amnesia. It is also indifference, staring at nothing, non-activity, impotence. It is sheer stupidity, a time of pain, futile concentration. Those virtues...

Date
Jan 22
Venue
Jan 22

Jill Magid’s work is deeply ingrained in her lived experience, exploring and blurring the boundaries between art and life.

Through her performance-based practice, Magid has initiated intimate relations with a number of organizations and structures...

Date
Jan 23
Venue
Jan 23

Join University of Washington Associate Professor Giselle Wyers as she directs the University of Washington Chorale in an evening of singing, including various melodies and textual ideas inspired by conversations with Ann Hamilton and her...

Date
Jan 23
Jan 23

The UW Symphony goes downtown for an evening of performance featuring School of Music faculty members: Ludovic Morlot and David Alexander Rahbee, conductors; Robin McCabe and Craig Sheppard, piano; and Joël-François Durand, whose composition will be presented in...

Date
Jan 23
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Jan 25, 2015
 
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Jan 23
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Jan 25, 2015

Kicking off the Dance Program's 50th year celebration, this concert includes choreography by UW Dance Faculty, as well as guest and alumna Holley Farmer, a Broadway and Merce Cunningham veteran, and revered choreographer Molly Scott....

Date
Jan 29
Venue
Jan 29

Fabian Marti is an artist living in Zurich and a founder of several quasi-institutions, including Zurich Arts Club, Hacienda, andTwoHOTEL, an artist guest house on the beach of Piracanga, Brazil. He...

Date
Jan 29
Venue
Jan 29

Join Clara Berg, Collections Specialist for Costumes and Textiles, Museum of History and Industry.

Object Narratives is a multi-part series that introduces visitors to the historical and cultural contexts of objects included in Ann Hamilton:...

Date
Jan 29
Venue
Jan 29
Object Narratives is a multi-part series that introduces visitors to the historical and cultural contexts of objects included in "Ann Hamilton: the common S E N S E."   Hear from different presenters at...

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