Over and over again.
What: A screening series of the rarely shown art world classic with haunting, dream-like creatures and wordless narratives.
Why: An added bonus — the premiere of filmmaker Matthew Barney’s newest collaborative effort, De Lama Lâmina.
When: Fri.-Apr. 15.
Where: SIFF Cinema, at McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer St. (206-633-7151). Tickets ($7-$10) and showtimes online at siff.net.
Ghost Gallery Grand Opening
What: The roving exhibition project showcasing works by lesser-known local artists plants roots in the former Crawl Space Gallery venue.
Why: Color-saturated acrylics by Cait Willis, Kelly O.’s irreverent portrait photography, and a jewelry wall with Aran Galligan’s loopy enameled necklaces.
When: Thurs., 5-8 p.m. Gallery hours, Tues.-Sat., noon-7 p.m.
Where: 504 E. Denny Way, ste. 1 (206-832-6063). Admission is free.
What: Choose from more than 5,000 tasty morsels, including some from Kitsap-based Bella Bella Cupcake and organic, gluten-free treats from The Radical Cupcake.
Why: Donations go to the Hope Heart Institute.
When: Sat., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: 415 Westlake, 415 Westlake Ave. N. (206-432-0685). Suggested donation is $10.
Analytique: Seeing Through Sketching
What: Learn how to spot key architectural details, building proportions, and patterns before penciling the gorgeous 1910 Cobb Building.
Why: The French Beaux Arts method makes it easy.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-noon.
Where: Starts at the Seattle Architecture Foundation Gallery, Rainier Square Atrium, 1333 Fifth Ave., ste. 300 (206-667-9184). Tickets ($30) online at brownpapertickets.com
Photo: Michael James O’Brien from Matthew Barney, Cremaster 1, 1995. Courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York