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.
Arts & Culture
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.
It just doesn’t feel like Christmas until you hear “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.” Renton-based Evergreen City Ballet reimagines the Nutcracker experience with an at-home dance film for all ages, Nutcracker Suites.
From Oct. 15 to Oct. 18, Refract | The Seattle Glass Experience rings in its second year with in-person or online programing. The region’s top glass artists are set to showcase epic exhibitions, can’t-miss demos and opportunities to connect with them working in this glass-blowing medium.
Fall is known for festivals, art exhibitions, and stunning performances. While it might look different this year, you can still enjoy the city’s unparalleled artistic community.