The new graphic novel from Fantagraphics sets mad science and social commentary in a familiar landscape.
As Hugo House's new writer in residence, Ruth Joffre is exploring empathy and being Latinx.
Local dance teachers and studios search for ways to keep the movement flowing.
Plus: A field trip to see art in Myrtle Edwards Park.
The pivot from apparel to protection has been a lifeline for some local creators.
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Opera singer Stephen Wall went from teaching on Zoom to performing on his east Ballard lawn.
Plus: Native American takes on face masks.
A new exhibit wants to validate the importance of graffiti, while graffiti 30 minutes away is destroyed by city officials.
Plus: A popcorn pro-tip.
With CHOP dismantled and businesses reopening, where will all the street art end up?
Plus: A Fourth of July concert for astrology nerds.
Kindergarten teacher Caitlin McNulty helps keep education accessible, safe and equitable during the coronavirus lockdown.
An iPhone correspondent, comics illustrator and photographer talk about documenting history in the making.
Plus: The power of paper cuts.
Beyond the Capitol Hill protests, young activists are finding creative ways to engage more people in the fight for change.
Quin’Nita Cobbins-Modica, the historian now leading BlackPast.org, talks about this pivotal moment and the women who helped get us here.