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The month-long leftist festival offers interesting perspectives on art and politics–but who is showing up?
If you’re cool like that, catch Digable Planets, a Seattle award winning film by way of Russia, and more.
With the credo “You can’t be what you can’t see,” the group is taking on Eurocentrism via accessibility.
Satpreet Kahlon’s curatorial debut inspects the devaluation of handicraft and motherhood.
Writing about writing can be tedious, but here the exercise is invigorating.
See the Opera’s fancy new costumes, celebrate Hardly Art’s 10th birthday, and more.
So long, Taurus. Let Gemini season begin!
Ebo Barton and Sarah Rosenblatt’s queer social-justice play invited the cast to shape its story.
Meant to showcase Mexican culture to the world, ‘Luzia’ fails its premise from beginning to end.
An exhibition about hypnotherapy and other water sports.
A rare lunar node shift switches things up while.
Open Books will hold a memorial service to the late Northwest poetry legend.
See Sisqo of “Thong Song” fame, relearn the meaning of “credible” in our post-fact era, and more.
Washington Ensemble’s take on “A Doll’s House” gets a meta drag interloper.
SPL will try to get as many Seattleites as possible to read ‘The Turner House’ and meet its author in one week.
With Mercury retrograde finally ending, mercifully, it’s time to make a move.
See a Ned Flanders themed metal band, ponder what an automated future might look like, and much more.
Cody Walker picks at our political present while Jason Whitmarsh picks at the everyday.
What is David Lynch looking for? Heidi Walker knows.
David Byrne’s spectacle-driven musical engages with the political history of the Philippines.