Visual arts

West Seattle Outdoor Movie Night July 17 - Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia 2008 Rated PG-13

Short: Trip to the Dentist starring W.C. Fields 22 min
plus Go-go dancing to Abba!
100 year celebration of Horwitz/Wolff/Hotwire site sponsored by dentists and Hotwire Coffee.
Fairway themed foods.

Gates to open at 7:00pm with pre-show fun starting at 8:30pm.

You are invited to bring a blanket or chair, family, friends and neighbors and enjoy outdoor screenings of highly regarded and well chosen family friendly movies. Concessions will be provided by West Seattle Christian and Coffee to a Tea with Sugar.  read more »


West Seattle Outdoor Movies
4400 California Ave SW n the courtyard between Dr. Wolff & Hotwire Online Coffeehouse
Seattle , WA

The Showing from the BHS Video Production Program

Everyone is invited to a screening of videos produced second semester by students in the Ballard High School Video Production Program. "The Showing" will included short comedies, dramas and documentaries, some recently honored by the National Association of Television Arts & Sciences as well as film festivals such as the Northwest High School Film Festival and the national high school film and video festival hosted by Temple University in Philadelphia . Tickets will not be sold, but there is a suggested donation of $5. All proceeds benefit the Video Production Program. Arrive early!  read more »


Ballard High School
1418 N.W. 65th St.

'Jar City' Screening

Suggested donation: $5

"Myrin" ("Jar City") is based on a best-selling novel by Icelandic crime fiction author Arnaldur Indridason. While a desperate young father tries to find out what led to the death of his 5-year-old daughter, Inspector Erlender investigates the death of an elderly loner in a run-down basement flat. The investigation takes an unexpected turn when forensic evidence leads him on a trail of hidden secrets of the past. The film is in Icelandic with English subtitles. 90 min.


Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 N.W. 67th St.

Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home

In Garbage!, filmmaker Andrew Nisker, skillfully and succinctly puts all of the information in one place – shifting the movement from melting glaciers and oil slicks to our neighborhoods and into our homes, so that average people can connect the dots between their actions and the environment and be inspired to change their polluting ways. This movie has been shown on all five continents, in numerous film festivals, and in 200 schools, colleges and universities.  read more »


Sunset Hill Community Clubhouse
3003 N.W. 66th St.

Dessert Extravaganza!

Bridge Park invites you to an afternoon Dessert Extravaganza
Featuring Chef Colleen Steele, award winning choclatier!
Reservations ARE required Call (206) 938-6394
European pastries & chocolate sculptures

Additionally you can enter at the facility to win FREE RENT FOR LIFE!


Bridge Park Retirement Community
3204 S.W. Morgan Street
West Seattle, WA 98126
Phone: 938-6394

Trash Fashion Show

$13 General Admission
7 p.m. show all ages, 9 p.m. show 21+  read more »


New York Fashion Academy
5201 Ballard Ave. N.W.

Recycled Art Show Opening

The Ninth Annual Recycled Art Show kicks off during the Ballard Artwalk. Artists tap into the waste stream to craft stunning sculpture, mixed media and functional works of art. Artwork displayed at this juried exhibition is composed of at least 75 percent materials diverted from disposal. Get a first glimpse at selected art and enjoy a reception with the artists on opening night. The Recycled Art Show runs through May 5.


Blowing Sands Gallery
5805 14th Ave. N.W.

West Seattle Art Walk

Welcome to the West Seattle Art Walk 2010
From Endolyne to Alki the West Seattle Art Walk is brought to you by your local West Seattle merchants. Over 60 merchants in the West Seattle Junction, Alki Beach, Admiral District, Morgan Junction, Fauntleroy District and Delridge, displaying art and showcasing artists every second Thursday from 6pm to 9pm

Junction Businesses
8 Limbs Yoga
ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
Bakery Nouveau
Bin 41
Blue Willow Catering & Luncheonette
Body Bar Day Spa
Brunette Mix
Capers Home
Coffee to a Tea with Sugar  read more »

Matinee Movie: 'You Can't Take It With You'

A Frank Capra classic with an amazing cast, "You Can't Take it With You" won Best Picture in 1938 and tells a quirky story of love versus social class and property. This movie is a wonderful reminder of what is most important in life, and The Field House would like to welcome you to join us to be reminded of such things, have some fun, and maybe even grab a style tip or two from the old pros of the silver screen. Free.


The Field House
5465 Leary Ave. N.W.

Matinee Movie: 'Alone in the Wilderness'

Come celebrate the life of Dick Proenneke, as The Field House shows the first of more-to-come movies. Dick Proenneke retired at age 50 in 1967 and decided to build his own cabin on the shore of Twin Lakes. The first summer he scouted for the best cabin site, and cut and peeled the logs he would need for his cabin. Dick Proenneke returned the next summer to finish the cabin where he lived for over 30 years. Dick filmed his adventures, and Bob Swerer later turned the film into a video so we can all watch this amazing man build his cabin by hand. Free.


The Field House
5465 Leary Ave. N.W.
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