Roots That Con­nect Us All

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Open­ing Nov. 3 at Ston­ing­ton Gallery, “Roots That Con­nect Us All: A Mother & Son Col­lab­o­ra­tion” is a col­lec­tion of pieces from cel­e­brated Haida weaver Is­abel Rorick and her son, carver and painter Robin Rorick. Show­ing through Nov. 26. www. ston­ing­ton­gallery.com. 125 S. Jack­son St., 206.405.4040 See a va­ri­ety of com­put­ers that have con­trib­uted to the tech­nol­ogy of to­day’s per­sonal com­put­ing, col­lected by Mi­crosoft co­founder Paul Allen. On dis­play, see seven main­frames, 10 mini­com­put­ers, 45 mi­cro­com­put­ers and more. www.liv­ing com­put­er­mu­seum.org. 2245 First Ave. S, 206.342.2020 North­west Wood­work­ers Gallery’s an­nual show re­turns Nov. 1. Pieces ad­here to four rules: artists are new to the show, ob­jects are pri­mar­ily made of wood, they open and close and they func­tion as a con­tainer. Show­ing through Dec. 31. www.nwwood gallery.com. 2111 First Ave., 206.625.0542

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