Choreographers and performers say a lack of studio space, high costs of living and the pandemic have made it hard to kickstart a career in the city.
Also rebooting in-person programming: the Seattle Black Film Festival.
In an effort to combat the unemployment and underemployment of creative workers, Hope Corps will put artists to work on public projects.
Plus, a new local partnership with Bill T. Jones, a book of essays by Rebecca Brown and picks from the Seattle Jewish Film Festival.
While statewide requirements end March 12, many Seattle theaters will keep their mask-and-vax policies at least through this spring.
As she approaches 80, the founder of Ewajo Dance Studio believes dance is the key to health and longevity.
Organizations are taking the Small Business Administration to court after being denied funds from a federal relief program for arts venues.
Noelani Pantastico’s last performance will be in a legendary role she made her own.
Plus, lessons in gravity from STREB, post-pandemic survival in ‘Station 11’ and inside Belltown’s new NFT museum.
From NFTs to street art, here’s how artists conveyed last year’s social trends and hot topics.
Ahead of a major retrospective at Seattle Art Museum, six Northwest artists reflect on the photographer’s legacy and local influence.
From big deal Seattle Art Museum shows to indie songs about sandworms and monsters, these cultural outings are a great escape from the rain.
Plus, a “call and response” knitting collab and new dance video shot at a historic Vashon Island location.
Plus, cultural things to do during these dark and stormy Seattle days.
They’re barely over 40, but some members of PNB are nearing retirement age. Returning to live performance looks different for them.
Plus, Seattle Center says go skate or go home and new cultural venues are opening doors.