Being an aspiring artist in a tech town isn’t easy. But Seattle Opera, The 5th Avenue Theatre and other local stages are setting teens up for success.
Plus, a celebration of animated movies at MoPOP and a design-film festival at Northwest Film Forum.
Could the local exercise craze be the next Zumba? With $4.7 million in venture capital, leaders must balance an artist-led mission with national expansion.
Plus, a ‘Last of Us’-inspired mushroom hunt through art galleries in Pioneer Square and Georgetown.
Ten years after his death, the Seattle painter is having a moment. Reporter Margo Vansynghel discusses the increased interest in his work.
The AWP writers conference welcomes word nerds while new outdoor concert lineups have us dreaming of summer.
Plus, Bumbershoot is back with more art than ever and SIFF announces its venue lineup for spring.
Screen the Seattle Asian American Film Festival, swim with salmon at Climate Pledge and Sound Off! at MoPOP.
Based on Lopez Island, artist and environmentalist Raven Skyriver breathes endangered Salish Sea animals into fragile glass.
Lifelike creations celebrate endangered PNW marine animals.
Sink into pillowy shows of textile and fiber art in Pioneer Square, Capitol Hill, Vashon Island, Kirkland and Bellingham.
Breast pumps, antique forceps and a pink glass uterus: how doctors, industrial designers and three Seattle artists tackle the topic of reproduction.
A music-filled week includes Yo La Tengo at The Neptune, Black Belt Eagle Scout at Neumos and The Roots with Questlove.
Plus, a Chihuly documentary that goes behind the glass and Northwest writers up for national book awards.
Film noir at SIFF, an Afghan arts festival, a Brazilian carnival and a pop-up Black history museum.
Western European forms have long dominated dance education in the U.S. Journalist Marcie Sillman tells us how the University of Washington is changing that.