WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19TH
- VIRTUAL – History Café: Minoru Yamasaki’s Place in Seattle Architectural History — Tune in to MOHAI’s History Cafe for an episode on the work of architect Minoru Yamasaki.
- Red Rocket: The Egyptian screens Sean Baker’s audacious and humane “portrait of a uniquely American hustler and a hometown that barely tolerates him.”
THURSDAY JANUARY 20TH
- VIRTUAL – CHBA Community Conversations: The GSBA’s Capitol Hill Business Alliance hosts a monthly discussion to help neighborhood businesses weather COVID safely and successfully.
- The Shivas at Chop Suey: Portland’s rock and rollers play E Madison. Make sure to review Chop Suey’s vaccination and test protocols.
- Cape Disappointment, Modern Dancer & James Rowan Ray: Cafe Racer hosts a PNW-heavy bill.
- Punk Rock Aerobics: Get loose with a workout at Cafe Racer
- Benedetta: Paul Verhoeven’s shocking tale of a 17th-century nun “entangled in a forbidden lesbian affair” screens at Northwest Film Forum.
Strawberry Jam:Strawberry Jam A Directors Festival of short plays brings a weekend of activity to 12th Ave Arts from Strawberry Theatre Workshop. SORRY! Data error in our calendar system. You’ll have to wait until June!
SATURDAY JANUARY 22ND
- Embodied Change: South Asian Art Across Time: The Seattle Asian Art Museum presents Embodied Change: South Asian Art Across Time (January 14–July 10, 2022), the first show curated by Natalia Di Pietrantonio, SAM’s Assistant Curator of South Asian Art, who joined the museum in July 2020.
SUNDAY JANUARY 23RD
- Capitol Hill Farmers Market: Every Sunday, 11a to 3p, the farmers market is there for you.
- VIRTUAL – Compline Choir: Another dependable — and lovely — part of a Capitol Hill Sunday, broadcast live from St. Mark’s
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