Free concerts amid splendid nature, powerful pop paintings and the return of the Seattle Art Fair.
Zoë Dusanne & Elisheba Johnson, two curators separated by decades, turn homes into galleries to support artists.
Plus, visual art shows for a truly blue July 4th weekend at Seattle University’s Hedreen Gallery and in Columbia City.
A new state initiative aims to help rural areas develop their tourism programs, while addressing both potential profits and pitfalls.
Through ceramics, sculpture, jewelry and public art, Esther Ervin makes history tactile.
Armed with a $9 million budget, the state is eager to respond to pent-up travel demand nationwide.
Conversations about arts venues in the neighborhood led to stories of creation, loss and preservation.
For dancer-choreographers Donald Byrd and Jade Solomon Curtis, social engagement takes center stage.
Plus, the Seattle Pride Parade is stepping out again and local galleries are awash in rainbow colors.
Benjamin F. McAdoo Jr. changed Seattle’s cityscape, pairing sleek buildings with a civic-minded approach to his work.
Though the Madrona theater closed in 1980, several artists trace their current work to its heyday.
MoPOP and the Museum of Museums explore a galaxy of Black culture by way of science fiction, fashion and art installations.
Seattle music pioneer Dave Lewis defined Northwest rock. Now, The Black Tones are helping him carry the legacy forward.
Plus, an immersive new show on Capitol Hill lands evolved alien life in Seattle.
With an emphasis on experimentation, the artist’s practice is ever expanding.
The Central District institution has a complicated backstory and an important role to play for Seattle's Black arts community.