An abstract microcosm of Seattle growth, Farm Fest and burlesque production Femme Fatale.
Summer at SAM, author Ottessa Moshfegh and Seattle’s spirited youth-dance extravaganza.
Get introduced to Butoh, a dance aesthetic that emerged in post-war Japan.
Horror films, The Male Gaze and remembering the talking gorilla Koko.
The Northwest New Works Festival, lots of eclectic dance and some treasures at PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day.
At SIFF, a new doc celebrates the 50th anniversary of a climb made by Jim Whittaker and the late Robert F. Kennedy.
Upstream Music Festival, brass and drum groups and a Bite of Greece.
Dawnland chronicles Maine's Truth and Reconciliation Commission as it collects stories of the Wabanaki people.
Northwest Folklife Festival, more SIFF highlights and indie pop songs inspired by The Handmaid's Tale.
Local filmmaker Sarah Menzies unveils Afghan Cycles with a U.S. premiere at SIFF.
Longtime SIFF programming lead takes the helm as artistic director this year.