Seattle Center is hosting a number of different events through June.

• Seattle Iranian Festival, Saturday, June 26, deepens community and understanding of the rich Iranian culture through poetry, music, traditional and modern dance and more. 

• A/NT Gallery — This cooperative serves local artists with an imaginative and highly collaborative mix of exhibits and activities, including an interactive digital exhibit featuring works by its members:

• Climate Pledge Arena—Virtual Job Fair for Climate Pledge Arena, 5:30 p.m., June 24. Learn more at  

• Pacific Northwest Ballet —PNB REP 6 streams June 10–14. It features two world premiere, Curious Kingdom, music by Maurice Ravel, Erik Satie and songs performed by Edith Piaf; choreography by Christopher Wheeldon; and Untitled with music by Oliver Davis and Choreography: Edwaard Liang.  PACOPEPEPLUTO, music: Songs by various composers, sung by Dean Martin and Joe Scalissi and choreography: Alejandro Cerrudo. Bonus content for season subscribers and Digital Performance Plus ticketholders include an archival release of Edwaard Liang’s Distant Cries. More at

• Seattle Opera — Streaming Tosca, starting at 7 p.m., June 25 (for three days). Tickets at:

• Seattle Rep — Kilroys Club, 11 a.m., June 12, the Rep’s monthly play reading group, looks at FLEX by Candrice Jones, set in 1997, when Cynthia Cooper ruled the WNBA. She and her four teammates make a pact to stick together come hell or high water. However, the realities of living life in rural Arkansas may tear them apart. Register at: Artivism: Doing the Work is on the table at the Rep’s Masterclass Mondays, 5 p.m., June 14. It will discuss the meeting of Artistry and Activism using the experience of teaching artist Christin Byrdsong’s experience as a performer who is black and queer, combining that with his work as a social activist and diversity consultant. Registration required at Plays in Process: A Ritchie Valens Musical, 7:30 p. m., June 24, exploring the creation of this musical, which imagines a world where the plane landed without incident and Valens’ skyrocketing career would have continued unabated. 

• Cinema DNA: Get Out and the Black Perspective, Reel Black: Afrofuturism and What The Femme: Costuming the Final Frontier. Learn more, register and buy tickets at