Plus, Seattle Center says go skate or go home and new cultural venues are opening doors.
From Fremont to SODO, tiny to arena-sized, new art spaces are popping up across the city.
Prominent artists from the Puget Sound area tell us how they’re feeling (and what surprising hobbies they picked up during the pandemic).
Plus: A SeaTac earthwork gets honored, dance pops up in Seattle parks and a new labyrinth lands at National Nordic Museum.
Plus: This weekend’s Seattle Design Festival and a Kitsap art mystery solved.
Here are eight concerts, dance performances and theater shows you can see in person this spring.
What started early in the pandemic with a secret message grew into a global project with nearly 900 pieces of art — and debuts this Saturday.
Plus, museum re-openings, live music rumblings, world-premiering dances and local author readings.
Plus, paintings, dances and public art based on the Northwest environment.
After months of struggling under pandemic restrictions, they say going back to ‘normal’ is not an option.
Plus: Romeo and Juliet go virtual for Valentine’s Day.
The pandemic threw the arts scene a curveball — these creatives hit it out of the park.
Evergreen City Ballet director Bennyroyce Royon says the snow must go on.
Plus, a tattooed Ghost of Christmas Present.
Plus, Dina Martina, Taylor Mac, Duke Ellington, Charlie Brown and a bowl full of Nutcrackers.
Local creatives find inspiration despite a pandemic, social upheaval and a never-ending election.