Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Bellevue Arts Museum Arts Fair is back for the summer and has gone virtual to ensure the safety of its participants. The event will be held from July 21 through August 4.
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Returning for its 16th season, the Seattle International Dance Festival (SIDF) is back–and after a year of virtual performances–will be held live and in person at a reduced capacity starting June 12 and running through June 19.
With more than 70 original pieces on display, Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture announces its newest exhibit, Heroes and Villains: The Art of the Disney Costume. It is set to open June 6, showcasing costuming never before seen outside of the Disney Fan Club Expo.
Featuring four days of breathtaking jazz performances at 10 different wineries and venues, the third-annual Lake Chelan Wine and Jazz Festival is set to celebrate Washington’s good tunes and grapes May 20 to May 23.
Seattle is often the muse for many television shows and movies—everything from the “Sleepless in Seattle” to “Grey’s Anatomy” have relied on the city as a backdrop for developing compelling stories and character arcs. For tourists looking to immerse themselves in the pop culture haven, here are some of the most quintessential Seattle experiences to indulge in on your next trip to the Pacific Northwest.
With many aspects of our daily lives moved behind a screen, Visit Seattle has compiled a selection of downloadable Zoom backgrounds to make each video session for work, school or time with loved ones more fun and real again.
For the 16th year in a row, the annual Children’s Film Festival Seattle (CFFS) has returned–this time virtually. This year’s festival’s theme, Love & Light, will be a window into uplifting content and happy endings amidst the pandemic from the experiences, joy and challenges of childhood.
There’s arguably nothing better than getting to curl up with a good book—and with Washington’s wide array of cozy, independent bookstores, visitors can indulge in the state’s culture while getting their read on.
Talk about walking through a winter wonderland. Through Feb. 28, experience Webster’s Woods Sculpture Park in a whole new way during the Wintertide Light Art Experience.
With streaming starting Dec. 18, Seattle-based Pacific Northwest Ballet presents a favorite holiday tradition, George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker, directly to your screen.