Novelist Michael Upchurch (“Passive Intruder”) has written about books and the Seattle arts scene for the past 30 years.
The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, some optical trickery and a Scholastic Book Fair-type festival for adults.
Three art galleries host a museum-scale retrospective.
A “post-apocalyptic Western with Nerf guns,” glass artist Preston Singletary, a few poetry readings and Tamale Guy.
In "Lawn Boy," author Jonathan Evison tells the story of a 22-year-old half-Mexican landscaper.
Tap dancing, ancient ceramic sculptures and an edible book festival (yes, you read that right).
Shelton discusses what triggered her change of tone in “Outside In,” filming in Granite Falls and what is next for her.
In its latest work, Spectrum Dance Theater unveils a choreographed meditation on modern day slavery.
National Clam Day, women and jazz and a Seattle artist visits the states Trump won.
The inspiration behind this dance work? Escaping the prison of our ‘stuff’
Quiet yet terrifying images, an 80s rewind party and a dance/theatrical creation you don’t want to miss.