Based on Lopez Island, artist and environmentalist Raven Skyriver breathes endangered Salish Sea animals into fragile glass.
Breast pumps, antique forceps and a pink glass uterus: how doctors, industrial designers and three Seattle artists tackle the topic of reproduction.
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.
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.
Heart-throbbing cabaret in Pike Place Market, a mysterious hole in Pioneer Square and more arts events.
12 artist-approved ways to bolster our city’s creative ecosystem, from buying art at coffee shops to moonlighting as an usher.
These craft fairs, pop-ups and art shows offer locally made pottery, jewelry, homewares and affordable paintings as gifts you can feel good about giving.
Declared dead just a decade ago, analog photography is finding a new generation of fans on TikTok and Instagram. Seattle film shops are feeling the surge.
Attendance numbers across Seattle venues hover well below pre-pandemic levels, a Crosscut survey found.
Moses Sun, Angelique Poteat, Ana María Campoy and Luther Hughes will be making a splash in the city’s arts scene this fall.
A digital loom, augmented reality festival and internet rabbit holes at the Seattle Art Museum.
A new survey found that a third of workers in the industry — especially younger workers — are considering leaving the sector.
Hamilton returns. Art of the African diaspora shines. Outdoor dance and music performances abound.