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“Maybe it’s just an artist thing in general… people get all navel gazey. That’s the danger with original or creative work, which I love, when it’s creative and original. But sometimes it’s like ‘and then my cat went out, and it never came back,’ pause, pause, light change. I need more depth, I think, than […][More]
Join us as we uncover the rich cultural diversity of food in the Pacific Northwest with Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) and Seattle Center Festál at Edible City Family Day, 10am–5pm, Saturday, Feb. 18, at MOHAI. Cultural partners from across the Puget Sound region will come together to present this all-ages event. The packed […][More]
“What I love about this place is that it’s a value statement about what the community believes in. It was originally created to be a world’s fair site, but there was a Trojan horse put inside of it. The people who planned the world’s fair planned it so that there would be an arts and […][More]
Join us on Wednesday evenings, January 25 through March 29, in Seattle Center Armory, for free fitness sessions, open to all ages and abilities. Zumba® Fitness, 6pm-7pm, offers participants a movement journey around the world with exhilarating Latin music, World Rhythms, West African, belly dance, dance hall, pop, classic rock and more. The result – […][More]
Between 30,000 and 50,000 participants are expected for the Seattle Womxn’s March on Saturday, Jan. 21. The 3.5-mile route will leave its starting point at Judkins Park in Seattle’s Central District around 11am, proceed through downtown along 4th Ave. and arrive at Seattle Center through our entry at 2nd Ave. N. and Thomas St. Although […][More]
Posted: January 19th, 2017 under Center Spotlight.
Seattle Center Festál: Tết Festival – Vietnamese Lunar New Year, 11 am – 7 pm, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 21-22, in Seattle Center Armory and Fisher Pavilion, launches the annual Festál series each year. Fiery dragons preserve ancient rituals, while martial arts, dance and visual arts unite the Vietnamese community and introduce its unique culture […][More]
FROM THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Contact: Joe Mirabella, Office of Economic Development, email@example.com 206-733-9810 SEATTLE (January 11, 2017) – Mayor Ed Murray and the City of Seattle released a Request for Proposal (RFP) today for the redevelopment of KeyArena. “We have a unique opportunity to reimagine KeyArena and continue the growth and redevelopment of Seattle Center,” […][More]
Posted: January 11th, 2017 under Center Spotlight.
Seattle Center Festál kicks off its 20th anniversary year with a festive and culture-filled evening, Festál Turns 20 FÊTE, 6pm – 9pm, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, in Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center. The event is designed to present a taste of Festál in one evening. Attendees can experience the breadth of cultural and ethnic […][More]
Seattle Center Winterfest offers festive and engaging activities aplenty for young and old over the traditional holiday break. The sparkling lights, child-sized diversions and live entertainment of this annual holiday celebration continue, and visitors will find a special offering this Sunday at Winterfest Ice Rink, a free skate day. Following is a list of Winterfest […][More]
The spirit of the season abounds this weekend at Seattle Center. The sparkling lights, child-sized diversions and live entertainment of Seattle Center Winterfest continue, and activities presented by campus residents provide additional delight and inspiration. Pacific Northwest Ballet’s beloved production of The Nutcracker continues through Dec. 28. Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Book-It Repertory […][More]