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Plus: The power of paper cuts.
Seattleites reflect on freedom, resistance and joy to honor the day liberation from slavery finally arrived, over two years after Emancipation.
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How ‘what ifs’ become realities.
Showing up for Black art and Black lives.
Events are on hold, but culture isn’t canceled.
When Washington state prohibited gatherings, it closed the curtain on traditional arts events. But many artists have found a way to go on.
Plus: Why we should all be keeping coronavirus journals.
Sir Thomas Beecham came to conduct the Seattle Symphony and uttered a sentence that has never been forgotten.
Artists say their checks have bounced. The Seattle-based ticket agency claims a massive backlog.
The electronic music maker has even made beats on a plane.
The famed Hindustani vocalist talks about the ancient art form and then shows how it’s done.
How Seattle musicians are finding ways to make money amid the coronavirus.
How conductors convey musical ideas through movement.
After coronavirus cancellations, Seattle's creative economy needs help.