The Must List: Affordable Art Fair, Barsuk Records’ Concert Series

Must Get Tickets
Tickets Still on Sale for BREW Seattle

Snap up your $40 pass to Seattle magazine’s inaugural BREW Seattle, a beer tasting festival on November 14 with oodles of brews on tap. Your ticket earns you six tasting tokens, each one good for a five-ounce pour (in your own special BREW Seattle mini mug).

Must Celebrate
Rock on with Barsuk Records

(11/7 to 11/10, times vary) — The Seattle-based indie label celebrates its 15th anniversary with a slew of stellar Northwest bands—including The Long Winters, David Bazan, Nada Surf and Jesse Sykes—playing venues around town.

Must Shop
Deck Your Walls with Affordable Art

(Through 11/10, times vary) — The Affordable Art Fair at Seattle Center serves up art from all over, priced from $100 to $10,000. Look for work by local artists from Seattle galleries Blindfold, Abmeyer + Wood, G.Gibson, James Harris and Patricia Rovzar.

Must See
Head East for the Telling Tales Exhibit

(Through 1/19/14, times vary) — This group show of visual art that tells a story features Nate Steigenga, Anna Torma and Cappy Thompson, artists who work in collage, fiber and glass, respectively.

Must Swarm
Crystal Pite’s Contemporary Dance at PNB

(11/8 to 11/17, times vary) — The edgy, inventive Vancouver B.C.–based choreographer had swarm intelligence on the brain when she crafted Emergence, a riveting, provocative work that explores the bug-eat-bug world of the hive mind via fluttery, flicky movement.

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