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Smithsonian Magazine ‘s September 22 celebration opens the doors to some of the region’s best cultural institutions.
The Seattle Art Fair stands out from its peers, but it’s still finding its footing in our tech-driven city.
Seattle museums look to foster a conversation with their spring visual art exhibits.
Changing Forms celebrates an artist who forged a new feminine poetics in early video art.
LVLZ Healing Center at Interstitial presents prismatic, pixelated, emoji-laden therapy pods.
Recology CleanScapes’ resident artists explore the underworld of garbage.
Along the SoDo busway, muralists turn the blurring landscape into a blur of art.
Tatiana Garmendia’s exhibition ponders the city’s complex relationship to those without shelter.
His recordings were included on Carl Sagan’s Golden Record, but this week his photos are in Seattle.
How a small side-program turned into one of the city’s most cosmopolitan events.
“Casino: A Palimpsest” shines light on a Pioneer Square history not often told.
Four arts collectives formidable in their own right are joining forces in an exciting new space.
The location may have changed, but this Seattle Art Fair satellite event still has its own gravitational force.
The Fair may be about selling art, but the energy it sends through the local art scene is more exciting than just that.
Curators of the show use gallery admission as a lesson in privilege and race.
Untold Passage considers the expressive, unquantifiable aspects of immigration.
Sympathizing with inanimate objects in Amie Siegel’s Interiors.
The Factory’s collaboratory exhibition with Mount Analogue showcases inflatable art.
Step inside and you’ll find yourself somewhere between zero and infinity.
Through the poetry of common objects, Inye Wokoma reveals the webs of reliance under redlining.