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PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Dr. Naber Talks Arab Feminism

Today's picks for civic nerds

  • By Atoosa Moinzadeh
  • Published 05/13/2015

Bang for Your Buck

Cheap Week Seattle: March 23–29

Enemies become allies at Taproot Theatre, plus all the pancakes and booze an art enthusiast could want: the best ways to spend your week without spending much

  • By Atoosa Moinzadeh
  • Published 03/23/2015

Bang for Your Buck

Cheap Week Seattle: March 9–15

Hip-hop collective Doomtree takes Neumos, Seattle Jewish Film Festival returns for year 20, and the female spirit of 'Bell Jar': the best ways to spend your week without spending much

  • By Atoosa Moinzadeh
  • Published 03/09/2015

Special Exhibit

Road Trip! Italian Style Exhibit at Portland Art Museum

Swoon over vintage Valentino, Prada, Missoni, and more at the only West Coast stop of this spectacular exhibit.

  • By Eden Dawn
  • Published 02/17/2015

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: February 2015

Sherman Alexie helps SAL celebrate, Cinderella dances onto the Paramount stage, and spontaneity reigns at the Seattle Festival of Improv Theater.

  • By Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 02/02/2015

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week Seattle: January 12–18

Chop Suey's goodbye concert, a performance by mixed-media percussionists, and August Wilson: the best ways to spend your week without spending much

  • By Darren Davis
  • Published 01/12/2015

Habitat

How to Hang Art Like a Pro

Seattle Art Museum and Museum Quality Framing art experts tell us the dos and don’ts of displaying art—and why we’ve been doing it all wrong.

  • By Angela Cabotaje
  • Published 12/01/2014

Bang for Your Buck

Cheap Week Seattle: November 10–16

An indie comics festival, the Postal Service on the big screen, and a concert at St. Mark's Cathedral: the best ways to spend your week without spending much

  • By Darren Davis and Seth Sommerfeld
  • Published 11/10/2014

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Mexican Roots and Community Engagement

Today's picks for civic nerds.

  • By Kristen Farnam
  • Published 08/19/2014

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Weed, Art, and Safety Projects

Today's picks for civic nerds

  • By Kristen Farnam
  • Published 08/18/2014

Insider Guide to the San Juans

Helen Loggie, the Orcas Artist

A house-turned museum on Orcas Island, dedicated to island art.

  • By Allison Williams
  • Published 08/01/2014

Insider Guide to the San Juans

San Juan Island: What to Do and Where to Eat

The most populated island in the San Juans archipelago is home to the bustling town of Friday Harbor, fine dining, and midnight kayak rides. There's a heavy dose of culture on this hub, but don't stress—it's nothing like the big city.

  • By Allison Williams
  • Published 08/01/2014

Profile

Francine Seders, Accidental Art Dealer

Francine Seders showed some of the region’s premier artists at her Greenwood Avenue art gallery. In December 2013, after 47 years, she closed its doors, leaving an indelible mark on Northwest art history.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 07/01/2014

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week Seattle: Best Bang-for-Your-Buck Events April 7–13

A popular combination of pancakes, booze, and art, a gathering for science nerds, and the 25th annual Washington State Spring Fair: the best ways to spend your week without spending much.

  • By Jeremy Novak
  • Published 04/07/2014

Art Installation

Modernist Cuisine Co-Author Hosts Art for Food

Maxime Bilet's new interactive Storefronts Seattle project looks at food as communication—all you really need to know is that he's hosting a party there tomorrow night.

  • By Chelsea Lin
  • Published 01/09/2014

Art Review

Enter the Woodman: The Frye Recaps the Career of Eco-Artist Buster Simpson

From 1970s ad-hoc street performances to environmentally friendly public art.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 06/18/2013

Art Review

“If You Could Diagram Dreams, They Would Look Like This”

Master draftsman Fred Birchman shows fanciful new drawings and sculpture at Francine Seders Gallery.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 06/11/2013

Art Review

John Grade’s Wood Sculptures Restore Life to Ghosts of Ships

See his latest work, After the Wawona, at Davidson Galleries.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 05/15/2013

Art Review

Of Trucks and Tranquility: The Paintings of Paul Havas

Woodside/Braseth Gallery honors the late Northwest landscape artist with a show of recent work.

  • By Sheila Farr
  • Published 05/07/2013

Art for All

Video: Seattle Art Museum Unveils 'Mirror'

The new video installation on SAM's facade lights up First and Union.

  • By Laura Dannen
  • Published 03/25/2013
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