Summer at SAM, author Ottessa Moshfegh and Seattle’s spirited youth-dance extravaganza.
Katie Miller is building an immersive microcosm inside MadArt Studio
The Native American artist known as RYAN! Feddersen is setting the record straight.
Get introduced to Butoh, a dance aesthetic that emerged in post-war Japan.
Forty-four world-class musicians offer musical catharsis at Seattle Chamber Music Society summer festival.
The art of bow making has become a phenomenon in Port Townsend.
Horror films, The Male Gaze and remembering the talking gorilla Koko.
Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, now at Book-It Repertory Theatre, still horrifies and fascinates.
At the Henry Art Gallery, an exhibit by Martha Friedman deconstructs a dancer's body.
Roxane Gay is in town, Edward Curtis sesquicentennial exhibits and a Pioneer Square rummage sale.
How a wheelchair, in fact, can expand the dance vocabulary.