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Save the date for SEAF 2021

Hello Artists and Art Lovers! We made it! Well, all right, we’re not completely out of the woods yet, but vaccines are rolling out for the larger population and we better understand the steps necessary to protect ourselves and each other while finding opportunities to gather once more. Last year was wild, but thanks...

SEAF2021 Call For Art is open!

This is it! It’s happening! We made it through the trials and tribulations of 2020 and have come out the other side, excited and eager to kick off another Seattle Erotic Art Festival season! It’s going to look a little different this year, but we’re so excited to get SEAF 2021 underway we can...

Auction Beltane

We would like to invite each of you to join us for Auction Beltane, a sexy and joyful celebration taking place on May 1st. With the Festival pushed back to October, we are hoping this event can bring a little (or a lot!) of sexiness directly to you. We miss you terribly, and can’t...

Celebrating Allena Gabosch

Allena Gabosch passed away on a Wednesday evening, November 25th, 2020. Allena was raised in Nampa, Idaho. After wandering the West Coast in the 1970s she settled in Washington. She was a phenomenal force in the Seattle area for decades.  Allena opened her first restaurant in Auburn, named Back Alley Jake’s in the early...

Visiting Gallery Erato

Hello all you health-conscious art lovers!  Remember when health-conscious meant you were watching your sugars and maybe your carb intake?  And now it means you’re listening to epidemiologists and practicing social distancing and wearing a mask?  My, how times have changed. Gallery Erato is preparing for Seattle Erotic Art Festival’s SEAF-some #3, getting the...

SEAF2020 – The Pandemic Edition

Dearest Friends, Artists, and Volunteers, I have been waiting as long as possible to write this letter, hoping that something miraculous would happen to change the course of this pandemic. SEAF is such an important part of my year, and it is imperative to me that we honor the artists by sharing their art...

Pan Eros Foundation Stands with Black Lives Matter

The Pan Eros Foundation recognizes that institutional racism is a deeply rooted problem in our country negatively impacting people of color, particularly Black and Indigenous people, on every level of life. We recognize and condemn the unjust, disproportionate use of police brutality against people of color. We support the Black Lives Matter movement and...

A Letter from the Director

Hello Friends and Supporters, Is everyone doing okay? It’s all right if the answer is no. We are all reeling from the events that are shaking our country and the world right now. So much is changing, and so quickly, that it is difficult to get a real sense of where it all will...

Updated Note about COVID-19

To my fellow community members, Like many of you, we are following the news about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We are mindful of the growing concerns and that this is a developing situation. Supporting individual safety and public health is our top priority. At this time, all scheduled Pan Eros events through April 12th,...

Celebrating Community

Gallery Erato: a place for community and connection. One of our goals of opening Gallery Erato was to create a place for all in the sex positive community to gather and connect. We are proud that groups such as the CSPC, Quink Social Club, Rain City Jacks, Visible Restraint, SEA-PAH, and Rain City TNG...