Downtown Lowdown: Week of 5/9 – 5/15
Downtown Lowdown: Your weekly dose of the top-level events happening in Downtown Seattle.
Monday, May 9 — “Wave Sine” in Occidental Square
Come celebrate the work of artist Scott Trimble. “Wave Sine” is a 75-foot, wooden wave first seen at the University of Washington. You can sit on it, lie on it and jump around it through the end of June.
Where: Occidental Square
Tuesday, April 12 — Food trucks in the parks
Our food trucks are ready to serve you delicious meals (for lunch and dinner), six days per week in Westlake and five days a week in Occidental. Check out the schedules for Westlake Park and Occidental Square!
Wednesday, May 11 — EXPO 16: Art and Design BFA Exhibition
Cornish College’s graduating class has displayed their artistic talents through a variety of media, including print, installation, photography, painting, sculpture and writing. The exhibition is open Wednesdays through Sundays.
When: 1 to 6 p.m., Wednesday through Sundays until May 15
Where: Art – 2000 Terry Ave. Design – 2014 Terry Ave.
Thursday, May 12 — A Rap on Race
When: 7:30 p.m., Thursday
Where: Seattle Repertory Theatre
Tickets: Buy them here.
Friday, May 13 — Argosy Cruise
When: All summer long.
Saturday, May 14 — iFEST at Seattle Center
When: 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday
Where: Seattle Center Armory
Saturday, May 14 — Vigor Seattle Maritime Festival Harbor Open House
Three harbors are open for tours at Pier 66 and the Downtown Waterfront. This open house includes a chowder cook-off, a Vigor welding booth, military and government displays, survival suit public time trials, face painting, sand art, Puget Sound Maritime crafts for kids, Center for Wooden Boats kids’ boat building and more.
When: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday
Where: Pier 66 and the Downtown Waterfront