The Best Things To Do in Seattle in Spring 2016

Visual Art, Performance, Literature, Classical, Jazz, Film, and Festival Picks from Seattle Art and Performance
March 3, 2016
Paul McCarthy's White Snow, Wood Sculptures opens on Saturday, March 5 at the Henry Art Gallery. (Image Courtesy of Paul McCarthy and Hauser & Wirth. Photo by Farzad Owrang)

Seattle Art and Performance, our quarterly guide to everything happening in Seattle this spring in the arts, is out this week. In addition to the beautiful calendars in the print copy (tucked inside this week's copy of The Stranger), you can now also find lists of this spring's best events online, including:

  • The best art shows, from Paul McCarthy's Snow White-inspired wooden sculptures to Giant Steps: Artist Residency on the Moon
  • The best theater, dance, and comedy, from Stupid Fucking Bird to the Blue Man Group
  • The best classical music and opera, from Gluck's Orphée to [UNTITLED 3]
  • The best movies and film events, from Donnie Darko to SIFF
  • The best readings and talks, from Susan Orlean's craft talk to Claudia Rankine
  • The best jazz concerts, from the Cyrus Chestnut Trio to Meditations on Coltrane
  • The best festivals, from Sakura-Con to Sasquatch!
  • As always, you can find everything happening in Seattle this spring on our Things To Do calendar.

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