Plus, the return of outdoor concerts — including a free show by Digable Planets — and Pilchuck Glass School turns 50.
Plus, a new show of contemporary Native art at Washington State History Museum, and free outdoor concerts at Hing Hay Park.
With live performance and improvisation integral to the genre, local musicians are thrilled to be lining up gigs again.
Plus, a pandemic time capsule at Photographic Center Northwest, a snake den at Method Gallery and new music from Ahamefule J. Oluo.
Plus, eye-opening new shows blending African American art and Black history at the Frye Art Museum and Tacoma Art Museum
The Northwest African American Museum's new choir wants to uplift the Black community, the region and the country with “hope, help and healing for our time.”
Plus, Shakespeare returns to Puget Sound parks, Jazz Alley gets its groove back and more news of Northwest arts re-openings.
Plus, Memorial Day weekend vibes from the Folklife festival and Northwest band True Loves.
Vaccination rates are rising and some restrictions have been eased in Phase 3, but club operators say they’re not ready to rock again just yet.
Like most of Seattle’s live music scene, this year’s 20th edition of ‘Sound Off!’ looks radically different.
Plus, Finnish landscapes at the National Nordic Museum, an underground soundscape at On the Boards and a rainbow of colorful gallery shows.
Here are eight concerts, dance performances and theater shows you can see in person this spring.
Plus, the Northwest animator bringing Sasquatch to life, and a new sea serpent on the South Lake Union scene.
Plus, the softer side of pandemic art, Seattle Opera and Museum of Flight stage a collab, and Northwest connections to this weekend’s Academy Awards.
Plus, highlights from the Seattle Black Film Festival and our new tunnel boring machine goes grunge.
What started early in the pandemic with a secret message grew into a global project with nearly 900 pieces of art — and debuts this Saturday.