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Writing Life

Where Women Go to Write

Whidbey Island sanctuary Hedgebrook celebrates 25 years of fostering female writers.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 03/12/2013

Art Review

The Henry's New Exhibit Asks: What Is Beauty?

Beauty is in the eye of the photographer in this exhibit brimming with iconic images.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 03/05/2013

Art Review

"Akio Takamori's Women Are Round"

The female body is the Seattle sculptor's landscape in his latest entrancing exhibition.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 02/26/2013

Art Review

Inside SAM's New Rembrandt, Van Dyck, and Gainsborough Exhibit

Wealth, power, and prestige are behind much of the art we see in a two-part European Masters exhibition.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 02/14/2013

Art Walk

Art After-Hours: Where to Go This First Thursday (February)

Museums are free, galleries stay open late. So...many...choices.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 02/07/2013

RIP

Remembering Alden Mason (1919–2013)

The prolific Washington artist, who painted well into his 90s, passed away today.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 02/06/2013

Dance Review

Compagnie Marie Chouinard’s ‘Rite of Spring’ Is Explosive

The dance has the “force of creation unleashed,” at Meany Hall through Jan 26.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 01/25/2013

Dance Review

Catherine Cabeen Plays with 'Fire' at On the Boards

The dancer-choreographer burns brighter than her company with flawless form and gorgeous lines.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 01/21/2013

Review

Seattle Sound Artist's Latest Work Is Pure Trimpin

Piano innards, motion detectors. Trimpin is at it again in his Winston Wächter gallery show.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 01/16/2013

Art Exhibit

Let There Be LED Lights: The Work of Electronic-Art Wizard Robert Teeple

See his blinking, mind-twisting LED animations at Paper Hammer.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 01/08/2013

Rewind

Best of 2012 in Seattle Arts

It was the year of King Felix and King Tut, David Byrne and St. Vincent. We recall the A&E highlights of 2012.

  • By Sheila Farr, Seth Sommerfeld, and Laura Dannen
  • Published 12/21/2012

Nature Lovers

An Outdoor Escape from the Holiday Crush

Art critic Sheila Farr heads to the city's top birding site for some winter respite.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 12/19/2012

Art Review

BAM Has the Season's Must-See Art Shows

A collection of Japanese bamboo art is awe inspiring, while BAM Biennial 2012 features top regional artists.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 12/11/2012

Art Walk

Art After-Hours: Where to Go This First Thursday (December)

Museums are free, galleries stay open late. So...many...choices.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 12/06/2012

Theater Review

Seattle Rep Reboots 'Inspecting Carol'

But the holiday show should have stayed put in the '90s.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 12/03/2012

Traveling Exhibition

King Tut Exhibit Enters Its Final Month

Before 100 ancient Egyptian artifacts return home (for good), art critic Sheila Farr weighs in.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 11/27/2012

Visual Art

Michael Schall's Eruptions at Platform Gallery

Billowing mushroom clouds explode out of cages in the artist's latest graphite drawings.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 11/13/2012

Visual Art

Like a Valentine: The Art of Jeffry Mitchell

Get to know the Seattle artist, and all his bawdy sweetness, in this Henry Art Gallery retrospective.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 11/07/2012

Visual Art

Art After-Hours: Where to Go This First Thursday (November)

Museums are free, galleries stay open late. So...many...choices.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 11/01/2012

Theater Review

ACT's 'Ramayana' Adds Bollywood Glitz to an Ancient Epic

The whole package is great fun—and edifying, too.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 10/23/2012
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