The Limits of Presidential Power: Feb 1
Need a civics refresh? Two UW law professors lay it down for those of us who are a few years out of AP Gov.
Humaira Abid: My Shame (Through Feb 28th)
Opening First Thursday, February 1, 5-8pm, Abid’s second gallery solo exhibition in Seattle presents carved wood sculptures, often incorporating elements of miniature painting and installation, examining the stigma that women feel over natural, social and cultural issues. The power and politics in women’s lives are brought into focus through Abid’s global lens as an artist working between the United States and Pakistan.
2 Dope Queens on HBO: Feb 2
The dopest of queens get their own four part HBO special. Tune in and snuggle up for an hour of some of the finest, sweetest, and funniest comedy out there.
Brewology at the Pacific Science Center: Feb 9th
Beer is basically magic- but magic is basically science. So come bring a few friends and spend an afternoon filling your minds and your bellies with knowledge and brews.
Northwest Women Stars of Food & Wine: Feb 11
This annual reception gathers tastemaking women chefs, winemakers, and sommeliers of the Pacific Northwest (and their fans) in the Columbia Tower for a night of bites and drinks. The lineup this year includes Chera Amlag of Hood Famous Bakeshop (she of the beloved ube cheesecake); chef and “hummus maven” Kristi Brown, owner of That Brown Girl Cooks!; Carrie Mashaney, Top Chef alum and executive chef of Mamnoon; chef Nicole Matson of How to Cook a Wolf; Tamara Murphy, chef and owner of Terra Plata; and many more.
Red Light Lit at the Cloud Room: Feb 16th
While we hesitate to toot our own horn- this months Inspired Seattle is shaping up to be a real winner. Join us for an evening of storytelling, sex, music, and cannabis by Cloud Room family Van Der Pop and Red Light Lit. Get tickets now!