Being an aspiring artist in a tech town isn’t easy. But Seattle Opera, The 5th Avenue Theatre and other local stages are setting teens up for success.
The AWP writers conference welcomes word nerds while new outdoor concert lineups have us dreaming of summer.
Plus, Bumbershoot is back with more art than ever and SIFF announces its venue lineup for spring.
Screen the Seattle Asian American Film Festival, swim with salmon at Climate Pledge and Sound Off! at MoPOP.
Sink into pillowy shows of textile and fiber art in Pioneer Square, Capitol Hill, Vashon Island, Kirkland and Bellingham.
A music-filled week includes Yo La Tengo at The Neptune, Black Belt Eagle Scout at Neumos and The Roots with Questlove.
Film noir at SIFF, an Afghan arts festival, a Brazilian carnival and a pop-up Black history museum.
Plus, a new installation at the Judkins Park light rail station and Northwest artists making national news.
Soft sculptures at MoM, jazzy paintings in Pioneer Square and ghosts en pointe at Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Up-and-coming Seattle bands, Temptations: the musical and the PNW's first-ever disability-focused comedy festival.
Abstract art at NAAM, local psych-rock at Neumos and Roombas roaming Method Gallery.
The Northwest African American Museum celebrates in-person, new gallery shows open in the Central District and KEXP commemorates Dr. King on the airwaves.
Heart-throbbing cabaret in Pike Place Market, a mysterious hole in Pioneer Square and more arts events.
A burlesque Nutcracker, ghost-busting in the Georgetown Steamplant, and a host of humorous holiday shows.
The enduring legacy of Seattle's Jazz Age
Remembering trumpeter, teacher and composer Frank Waldron, a trailblazer in the 1920s Jackson Street music scene.