Undulating waves at Pacific Northwest Ballet, aurora borealis on Bainbridge and ceramic shafts of light in Ballard.
Plus, a Fantagraphics comics collection that asks, ‘Who Will Make the Pancakes?’
The art of Indigenous tattoos, the return of beloved comics festival Short Run and neon sculptures in the woods.
Longtime local favorite Mary Elizabeth Williams sheds light on why ‘unhinged’ characters are so compelling.
A road trip to Eastern Washington, including WSU’s ‘Crimson Cube’ and Mexican masks at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture.
Six recently appointed cultural directors make a case for affordable housing and better wages, and tell patrons: Please show up.
Local theaters are trying to make plays more accessible to Spanish-speaking audiences.
Teatros locales tratan de mejorar el acceso a ciertas obras para audiencias de habla hispana.
Four film festivals (queer, Latino, doc, and horror), plus romantic opera, Sorkin’s take on ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ a Chihuly tour, and much more.
A retail shop showcasing products by Black makers, a second outlet for Gallery Onyx, the first edition of a literary fest and other fall debuts.
This weekend, Town Hall’s new celebration of writers aims to fortify the spirits of our City of Literature.
Attendance numbers across Seattle venues hover well below pre-pandemic levels, a Crosscut survey found.
Seattle’s celebrated ballet company is striving to increase diversity with a new repertory, new choreographers and new BIPOC and non-binary dancers.
Plus: Tsutakawa sculptures on Bainbridge Island and a range of mountain art.
Moses Sun, Angelique Poteat, Ana María Campoy and Luther Hughes will be making a splash in the city’s arts scene this fall.
Save the dates for these September, October and November shows, from an Alanis Morrisette-inspired Broadway hit to a brand-new literary festival.