Plus, new art spaces in Ballard and Beacon Hill.
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.
The tax could raise $2.5 million per year for local arts, culture and science nonprofits and community projects.
Plus, a scavenger hunt for Fair art still standing at Seattle Center, and environmental art shows for Earth Day.
In an effort to combat the unemployment and underemployment of creative workers, Hope Corps will put artists to work on public projects.
Plus, tips for jazz appreciation month, from Count Basie to Kenny G.
The first feature film by Seattle talent Zia Mohajerjasbi is a lyrical ode to a side of the city not often shown in movies.
Plus, glitches at the Henry Art Gallery and ghosts at ACT Theatre.
After Russia invaded her native Ukraine, Seattle artist Darya Husak created an art show dedicated to ‘home.’
The vivacious champion of public art was known for her kaleidoscopic works and inclusive approach to art.
Plus, ghosts of industry in Pioneer Square and an April well-versed in poetry.
Documentarian Jean Walkinshaw shared stories of everyday people in the Northwest. Now, her long career is being honored with an online archive.
Plus, a new local partnership with Bill T. Jones, a book of essays by Rebecca Brown and picks from the Seattle Jewish Film Festival.
With new ways to attract movie and TV producers, will Washington’s film industry get its big break?
Plus, signs of spring at local galleries and design docs at Northwest Film Forum.