The Ripple Effects of the Seattle Art Fair

The Fair may be about selling art, but the energy it sends through the local art scene is more exciting than just that.

X Y Z Brings Visual, Performance, and Literary Arts Under One Roof

The new collective arts space, housing four different organizations, opens this Thursday.

Quota. at SOIL Gallery Challenges the White Gaze

Curators of the show use gallery admission as a lesson in privilege and race.

How Our Government-Sponsored Poets are Defining Us

You couldn’t ask for a better investment of your tax dollars.

In ‘Restless Creature,’ a Portrait of Pain and Meaning

In conversation and in movement, the documentary captures a defining moment in the life of storied dancer Wendy Whelan.

Lammas Is a Time of Sacrifice and Celebration

An ancient tradition, this annual rite permeates all cultures.

The Enduring Legacy of Crysta Casey

A decade after the prized poet’s death, the community continues to celebrate her work.

The Strange Zone

Uranus turns retrograde and our eclipse story develops.

Anastacia-Reneé Is Ubiquitous and Worth It

Seattle’s it lit figure of the moment isn’t a fluke—she earned it.

In Like a Lion

Cry it out, then get up! Leo season’s here.

Jane Austen’s Song of Regret

Her bittersweet romance is translated to the stage.

Malika Oyetimein’s ‘Hoodoo Love’ Places the Story in the Audience’s Laps

The director’s take on a story of black resilience strategically engages with white audiences.

Poetic Meditations in an Emergency

Untold Passage considers the expressive, unquantifiable aspects of immigration.

A Chair, Yet So Much More

Sympathizing with inanimate objects in Amie Siegel’s Interiors.

Kate Shindle on the Queer Activism That Led Her to ‘Fun Home’

Playing Alison Bechdel in a Broadway musical is the latest in the actor’s history of allyship.

Push and Pull

A week of negotiations and self-editing.