Novelist Michael Upchurch (“Passive Intruder”) has written about books and the Seattle arts scene for the past 30 years.
An abstract microcosm of Seattle growth, Farm Fest and burlesque production Femme Fatale.
Summer at SAM, author Ottessa Moshfegh and Seattle’s spirited youth-dance extravaganza.
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.
Horror films, The Male Gaze and remembering the talking gorilla Koko.
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.
A week dedicated to our pollinating friends, new Intiman play Wild Horses and exquisitely strange paintings.
The Northwest New Works Festival, lots of eclectic dance and some treasures at PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day.
At SIFF, a new doc celebrates the 50th anniversary of a climb made by Jim Whittaker and the late Robert F. Kennedy.