Plus, the return of outdoor concerts — including a free show by Digable Planets — and Pilchuck Glass School turns 50.
Plus, a new show of contemporary Native art at Washington State History Museum, and free outdoor concerts at Hing Hay Park.
With live performance and improvisation integral to the genre, local musicians are thrilled to be lining up gigs again.
Plus, art walk revivals in Georgetown and Ballard and the chance for a Tsutakawa summer.
Vancouver’s Expo ’86 was the last time North America hosted a world’s fair. Here’s what made it a golden moment.
Plus, Monet minus water lilies at Seattle Art Museum, and Sámi ballerinas in the snow at National Nordic Museum.
Plus, a pandemic time capsule at Photographic Center Northwest, a snake den at Method Gallery and new music from Ahamefule J. Oluo.
Seattle is one of the last major cities with a large LGBTQ+ population to get a permanent, public and physical space for grief and remembrance.
Plus, eye-opening new shows blending African American art and Black history at the Frye Art Museum and Tacoma Art Museum
Plus, Shakespeare returns to Puget Sound parks, Jazz Alley gets its groove back and more news of Northwest arts re-openings.
Here’s how Crosscut pulled off photographing the 16 artists behind the iconic artwork.
Created by local writers and artists, ‘We Hereby Refuse’ illustrates untold true stories of heroism with vivid graphics.
Plus, new Northwest-set TV series ‘The Uncertain Detective,’ and an Indigenous emblem of the pandemic.
We check in with the creators of the most visible artistic symbol of last summer’s protests.
Plus, Memorial Day weekend vibes from the Folklife festival and Northwest band True Loves.
Teddy Phillips, Monyee Chau and Steven Miller discuss disruption, unrest and the pain — and healing — that comes from making art.