Northwest Folklife Festival
Don’t be thrown by the f-word: Northwest Folklife doesn’t deal solely in traditional folk tunes. Ballard’s Fin Records joins the indie-rock showcase, enriching a diverse weekend of Bollywood, Balkan, Brazilian, and busking sounds. (And that’s just the letter B.) Free (donation suggested). Visit website for schedule. Ballard’s Fin Records joins the festival’s indie-folk music show-case, enriching a diverse weekend of Bollywood, Balkan, and busking sounds.

Northwest Folklife Festival
Time: May 24-27, 11am
Venue: Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St., Seattle
Price: Free    
More Info: nwfolklife.org/festival

Northwest Folklife Festival Don’t be thrown by the f-word: Northwest Folklife doesn’t deal solely in traditional folk tunes. Ballard’s Fin Records joins the indie-rock showcase, enriching a diverse weekend of Bollywood, Balkan, Brazilian, and busking sounds. (And that’s just the letter B.) Free (donation suggested). Visit website for schedule. Ballard’s Fin Records joins the festival’s indie-folk music show-case, enriching a diverse weekend of Bollywood, Balkan, and busking sounds.

The Vogel Collection: 50 Works for 50 States
Time: Every day except Monday at 10am, from March 16 until June 30
Venue: Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Ave., SeattleFeatures:
Price: $12-$20        
More Info: seattleartmuseum.org

The Vogel Collection: 50 Works for 50 States Dorothy and Herbert Vogel bequeathed 2,500 artworks to museums across the country, sharing a love of minimalist and conceptual art by the likes of Richard Tuttle, Sol LeWitt, and Dan Flavin. See the 50 gifted to Seattle Art Museum.

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