If you’re anything like other Seattleites you probably love reading. And if you don’t, we can guarantee that someone in your life does. That’s why Seattle Arts & Lectures is such a great local resource for all things literary. Best of all, their 2021-2022 season just went live with an incredible lineup of authors and more ways to participate than ever before.
Like many other local organizations and businesses, Seattle Arts & Lectures has had to get creative. If you’ve attended their live lectures before you’ll know that they’re a warm, engaging, and inspiring way to get to know your favorite authors. To stay true to past events and also keep up with current times, SAL is now offering the option to attend in person, online, or both!
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This unique new option also means that you can still enjoy some sold-out lectures by watching online. It also means that you can enjoy a season of 4 of your favorite authors by purchasing the “Create Your Own Series” subscription. Or you can go big with the “Super SAL” subscription and enjoy 15 events! And if you just want to attend one event, tickets start as low as $10.
This year you can hear from authors like Louise Erdrich, Anthony Doerr, Cathy Park Hong, and many more. Even if these lectures aren’t your cup of tea, they’re a great gift for the reader in your life. Not to mention, SAL has always been about accessibility and so subscriptions are more affordable than you might think. Subscription prices range from $24.50-$1,200 depending on your situation and which package you choose. Or you can attend just one event with individual tickets range from $10-$100.
So treat yourself this year to an event or subscription with SAL. You can learn more and purchase tickets here.
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