Seattle-based photographer Selena Kearney traces the revival of Coast Salish weaving and critically surveys faux Native costumes.
Plus, a feast of Indigenous exhibits and pop-up markets during Native American Heritage Month.
The remarkable vision of Emily Carr.
Undulating waves at Pacific Northwest Ballet, aurora borealis on Bainbridge and ceramic shafts of light in Ballard.
An empty Cinerama and a missing sculpture: What will happen to the late Microsoft billionaire’s legacy of art philanthropy?
With literary talks, live music and dinner theater, The Rabbit Box hopes to get audiences hopping back downtown.
Plus, a Fantagraphics comics collection that asks, ‘Who Will Make the Pancakes?’
In two new plays, the rock-’n’-roll icon is celebrated as a creative inspiration for Black youth.
The art of Indigenous tattoos, the return of beloved comics festival Short Run and neon sculptures in the woods.
Creepy crawlies, eerie paintings, art for Día de los Muertos and more ways to celebrate the spookiest season.
A road trip to Eastern Washington, including WSU’s ‘Crimson Cube’ and Mexican masks at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.
A vacation finds local connections abroad, and brings fresh perspective home.
Learn about Seattle’s public Indigenous art, the country’s first distillery on reservation land and a housing project rooted in Native culture.
Plus, a cross-cultural, all-female expedition to the North Pole captured on film.
Ten Asian American photographers of varying styles and experience levels are capturing everyday life in the changing Chinatown-International District.
Four film festivals (queer, Latino, doc, and horror), plus romantic opera, Sorkin’s take on ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ a Chihuly tour, and much more.