A burlesque Nutcracker, ghost-busting in the Georgetown Steamplant, and a host of humorous holiday shows.
Seattle-based photographer Selena Kearney traces the revival of Coast Salish weaving and critically surveys faux Native costumes.
Plus, a feast of Indigenous exhibits and pop-up markets during Native American Heritage Month.
Undulating waves at Pacific Northwest Ballet, aurora borealis on Bainbridge and ceramic shafts of light in Ballard.
An empty Cinerama and a missing sculpture: What will happen to the late Microsoft billionaire’s legacy of art philanthropy?
With literary talks, live music and dinner theater, The Rabbit Box hopes to get audiences hopping back downtown.
Plus, a Fantagraphics comics collection that asks, ‘Who Will Make the Pancakes?’
The Williams Project showcases the celebrated author’s 1954 play on a local stage for the first time, with live gospel music and questions of compassion.
In two new plays, the rock-’n’-roll icon is celebrated as a creative inspiration for Black youth.
The art of Indigenous tattoos, the return of beloved comics festival Short Run and neon sculptures in the woods.
Creepy crawlies, eerie paintings, art for Día de los Muertos and more ways to celebrate the spookiest season.
Declared dead just a decade ago, analog photography is finding a new generation of fans on TikTok and Instagram. Seattle film shops are feeling the surge.
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.
A vacation finds local connections abroad, and brings fresh perspective home.