Eat your art out.
Falling Feels a Lot like Flying
What: Ceramist Dirk Staschke’s first solo exhibition at a museum, inspired by 16th-century vanitas still lifes.
Why: A mouthwatering display of surprisingly realistic — and lavishly decorated — cakes.
When: Today-May 27.
Where: Bellevue Arts Museum, 510 Bellevue Way NE (425-519-0770).
What: A new, affordable shared work space (month-to-month memberships start at $100) from Pike/Pine developer Liz Dunn.
Why: Get your (creative) juices flowing in a collaborative, pet-friendly office environment with flexible hours and all the administrative luxuries your heart desires (or workload requires).
When: Daily, 7 a.m.-midnight.
Where: 1433 12th Ave., ste. a1 (206-324-0637).
Wellness Week Booking Begins
What: Score sought-after appointments for the mid-March promotion in which spas, yoga studios, salons, and health clubs offer discounted treatments, personal training, and more.
Why: Get $50 services at Gary Manuel Institute, Penterra Spa, and others.
When: Sign-up starts today. Wellness Week, Mar. 19-25.
Where: Participating venues online at wellnessweek2012.com.
Tequila Flights Program Launches
What: Poquitos introduces a thoughtful new way to sample high-end varieties of the Latin liquor.
Why: Each flight of three comes with notes on the growing regions, aging processes, and brand particulars.
When: Daily, 11:30 a.m.-1 a.m.
Where: 1000 E. Pike St. (206-453-4216).
Photo: Courtesy of Bellevue Arts Museum