Plus, new uses for construction cast-offs in South Lake Union, and the return of Seattle Opera and Lit Crawl.
Plus, a tribute to NW public art legend Phillip Levine in Georgetown, and bevy of body art at Pioneer Square galleries.
Plus, film festivals showcasing topics from Jacques Cousteau to a South Asian coming of age.
Plus, Seattle Center says go skate or go home and new cultural venues are opening doors.
Plus, in-person festivals return to On the Boards, Northwest Film Forum and Intiman Theatre.
Plus: Bellwether arts festival returns to Bellevue, alongside a vivid retrospective of NW painter Alden Mason.
Plus, the “Secret Seattle” walking guide to the best coal chutes, fire hydrants and footbridges in the city.
Plus: A SeaTac earthwork gets honored, dance pops up in Seattle parks and a new labyrinth lands at National Nordic Museum.
Plus: This weekend’s Seattle Design Festival and a Kitsap art mystery solved.
Plus, luminous light stack sculptures at Winston Wächter and signs of the times at Seattle galleries.
With a robust cultural agenda (and too few snacks), an arts editor heads up I-5 north to explore beyond the Seattle bubble.
Plus, the return of Pioneer Square’s First Thursday Art Walk and new art in the alleys of Capitol Hill.
A medal-worthy arts road trip to Port Townsend, Port Angeles and the land of the “strong people.”
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.
Plus, art walk revivals in Georgetown and Ballard and the chance for a Tsutakawa summer.