Novelist Michael Upchurch (“Passive Intruder”) has written about books and the Seattle arts scene for the past 30 years.
From robots to giant puppets, this year's artistic director Nato Thompson offers an inside look at the art fair.
Summery cocktail-making class, dancing in the Seattle Japanese Garden and Lauren Weedman.
Mickalene Thomas' 'MUSE' uses photography to transform perceptions of Black femininity, sexuality and motherhood.
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.