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Cabaret, A Dance for Dark Horses, the Jewish Film Festival and more hit Seattle in March

Art Zone's Nancy Guppy shares must-see Seattle arts and entertainment events happening throughout the month of March.
Ginny Ruffner and Grant Kirkpatrick's site-specific sculptural installation “Reforestation of the Imagination” at MadArt

Spotlighted events for March:

  • Vibrant Palette Arts Center teaches art and art-making to adult artists with developmental, mental and physical disabilities. See the participants at Vermillion Art Gallery & Bar on Capitol Hill, March 8-31.
  • Ms. Pak-Man, “a hilariously pathetic hurricane of desperation, barely suppressed rage, and neediness” brings “Ms. Pak-Man: Out of Order!”, the fourth installment of her alcohol-soaked cabaret, to ReBar on March 8-10, 15-17.
  • Dancer/choreographer Kim Lusk presents A Dance for Dark Horses, her first ever evening-length dance work, March 8-11 at Velocity Dance Center on Capitol Hill.
  • Artists Ginny Ruffner and Grant Kirkpatrick open their site-specific sculptural installation “Reforestation of the Imagination” at MadArt on Sunday, January 21st. Runs thru March 24.
  • Seattle Jewish Film Festival showcases Jewish and Israeli-themed films from around the world. The festival runs March 10 - 18

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Nancy Guppy, host of Art Zone on the Seattle Channel

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