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Homebody: John Kazanjian on Ronald Reagan, market forces and the business of art

A bare red brick wall. A table of colorful hats. Space enough for 15 audience members to watch a woman reveal her fantasies of escaping…

The Frye Museum: Seattle’s art world MVP

In the center of the Frye Museum's newest exhibit sits a trio of outsized white wooden gossip benches. For the most part, this cluster mirrors…

quiet: Breaking through theater’s fourth wall in the name of justice

Over sixty arts enthusiasts arrived at the Q Café in Seattle’s Interbay neighborhood for the mid-December quiet Speaks, a quarterly artist showcase of music, poetry…

Charity solicitations: Will the public square become oppressive?

I haven’t even encountered the specific group, Dialogue Direct, that Judy Lightfoot focuses on in her recent Crosscut article, “In-your-face solicitations on downtown streets,” but…