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.
Plus, museum re-openings, live music rumblings, world-premiering dances and local author readings.
New funding model for the arts or environmental hazard? Local artists, collectors and entrepreneurs are jumping into the fray.
Plus, architectural film fest picks, Pearl Jam’s plea to save local venues, and a concert to support Asian communities.
Our survey included more than a dozen questions, but this one was the most important.
The four women aren’t just singers, but educators and composers who came together online to create their distinctive sound.
Plus, a lush show of paintings inspired by the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island.
It smells fresh and looks glossy, but I miss the musky scent and scrappy feel of indie stores like Cellophane Square.
Plus: Celebrating Black History Month with contemporary Seattle artists.
The beloved indie venue is streaming local music online, 24/7.
The Seattle musician’s iconic Woodstock performance resonates now more than ever.
The Seahawks and Mariners called it home for 24 years, but now much of the city doesn’t even know the stadium existed.
Plus, a tattooed Ghost of Christmas Present.
With ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,’ the ‘Black Panther’ star achieved his long-standing dream to appear in a drama by local theater legend August Wilson.
Plus, Dina Martina, Taylor Mac, Duke Ellington, Charlie Brown and a bowl full of Nutcrackers.