Seattle Center offers a range of arts, entertainment and educational opportunities across the grounds and online in September. To learn more about virtual and in-person activities at Seattle Center this month and beyond, visit www.seattlecenter.com, or call 206 684-7200.

• Seattle Center Festál Presents Music at the Mural (IP): The Sunday noontime Mural Amphitheatre concerts feature The Djeliyah Band featuring Kouyaté Arts, Sept. 12. Learn more at http://www.seattlecenter.com/musicatthemural.

• Seattle Center Festál — Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival (V) Sept. 12; Fiestas Patrias (V) Sept. 18-Sept. 19 and Fitness Healthfair and Vaccination Event (IP) Sept. 19 at Sea Mar Community Center; and Italian Fest (IP), Sept. 25-Sept. 26. Information and event links at http://www.seattlecenter.com/festal.

Seattle Center Sculpture Walk, in partnership with Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, features Seattle artists Fumi Amano on Fisher Pavilion Rooftop, Nate Clark in Founder’s Court South, Jovita Mercado along International Fountain Walkway and Jacques Trautman in Fisher Pavilion and Artists at Play. Learn more at http://www.seattlecenter.com/events/event-calendar/seattle-center-sculpture-walk-2021-x30291.

Finale Concert for Welcome Back Seattle Weeks (IP), 2 p.m. through sunset, Sept. 19, at Mural Amphitheatre. Live music starts at 4 p.m. with local hip-hop, soul, and R’n’B artists Sango, Fly Moon Royalty and Essam. The Vera Project hosts DIY art activities, 2 p.m.-4 p.m., including screen printing and button making. Learn more about Welcome Back Weeks activities at https://www.seattle.gov/mayor/covid-19/downtown-recovery.

Academy of Interactive Entertainment presents an Interactive Experience Day (IP), Sept. 11. More at https://seattle.aie.edu/aie_event/interactive-experience-day.

AN/T Gallery hosts a special exhibit, Please Touch Hope Rising (IP), through Sept. 24 at International Fountain Pavilion. AN/T is also participating in a collaborative show with Cornish College in the Lobby of Cornish Play, Celebrating Theater with Second Acts (IP), with A/NT Gallery Members, Path with Art and A Touch of Light (justice-involved artists), Sept. 20-Oct. 15. Learn more at https.www.ANTGallery.org.

KCTS 9 invites the public to the release of the new Ken Burns’ Muhammed Ali documentary, Ali’s Legacy — Athletes, Activism & Art (V), 6:30 p.m., Sept. 23. KCTS explores the topic of athletes and activism through conversation, art, film clips and a boxing demo. Learn more and RSVP at https://www.cascadepublicmedia.org/events/202109.

KEXP presents Music Heals: Mental Health (V), 5 a.m.-7 p.m., Sept. 9, to acknowledge the struggles of mental health and emotional wellbeing and how music can really make a difference. KEXP will read listeners’ stories and play their requests. More info and resources at https://kexp.org/musicheals.

Seattle Children’s Theatre offers a range of in-person fall classes for ages 3.5 to 18, Sept. 23-Nov. 13. Learn more and view the schedule of improv, drama, comedy, storytelling movement and musical theatre camera options at https://www.sct.org.

At Seattle Rep’s next Masterclass Monday, 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m., Sept. 13, Kenawho? The Journey of an Artist (V), Kenajuan Bentley will give participants a look into his career spanning from 1981 to the present. The masterclass is free with registration. Join the Rep for the monthly play reading group, Kiroys Club, this month in a reading and discussion of “Pure Native” by Vickie Ramirez, 11 a.m., Sept. 18. The Rep invites those in grades 9-12 to the Collective Playwriting program, 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 21-Dec. 16. High school students work together to create an original play, learning all of the required skills from developing an idea to directing and casting. Learn more and register for these programs at https://www.seattlerep.org.