Monthly Planner

15 July Events You Can't Miss

A guide to getting your arts and culture fix this month.

06/19/2018 By Stefan Milne

Top Five

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle in July 2018

The Roots play at Woodland Park, dragons take over the ID, and two of the Three Amigos bring a variety show.

06/19/2018 By Stefan Milne

Art Walk

June First Thursday Planner

Five exhibits to see in Pioneer Square this month.

06/07/2018 By Stefan Milne

Complimentary Tastes

FoodArt Collection Debuts Sunday Salons Inside a Capitol Hill Apartment

The inaugural show on May 27 highlights artist-chef Zachary Pacleb of Brothers and Co. Catch his work, Stacked, this Sunday.

05/22/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Explainer

How to Move a Museum

The Burke Museum is moving. Here’s what it’ll take to transport millions of artifacts from the old space to the new

05/22/2018 By Rosin Saez

Exhibitionism

A LONE Is an Exhibition on a City-Sized Scale

Mount Analogue, Vignettes, and Gramma Poetry team up to make artists—and loneliness—visible.

05/18/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Art Walk

May 3 First Thursday Planner

Four opening exhibits to catch at Pioneer Square’s art walk.

05/03/2018 By Stefan Milne

Visual Art

Mount Analogue Is an Arts Space Unlike Anywhere Else in Seattle

Colleen Louise Barry’s bookstore, gallery, and community venue is the collaborative arts hub this city deserves.

12/19/2017 By Darren Davis

Visual Art

Seattle Art Museum Awarded $3.5 Million for Asian Paintings Conservation Center

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation challenge grant goes towards establishing the new center inside the Seattle Asian Art Museum.

10/27/2017 By Jaime Archer

Art Walk

Where to Go This First Thursday: October 2017

A new solo show from Shawn Huckins, Soil Gallery celebrates the stories and people of Yesler Terrace, and a big party at Party Hat.

10/05/2017 By Darren Davis

Visual Art

Documentary, Abstractions, and Weird High School Rituals at the Frye

A trio of new exhibitions arrive this weekend at the Frye Art Museum, featuring photo and video work that reacts to life under communist rule, post-revolution Mexico, and high school life in America.

09/20/2017 By Isabel Boutiette

Art Blitz

X Y Z Is the Collective Arts Space Seattle Needs Right Now

Homegrown collaboration behind the new gallery, event space, and literary center marks something fresh and exciting for the Seattle arts scene.

08/03/2017 By Darren Davis

Art Blitz

Out of Sight Leads the Fight for Northwest Artists

In its third year, the Art Fair–adjacent show remains the best event in the city to experience and support local art.

08/01/2017 By Darren Davis

Scene

The Seattle Art Fair Is the City’s Biggest Art Market. Too Bad Not Everyone’s Buying.

A booth at Paul Allen’s party is a big investment for some when patrons are never guaranteed.

07/17/2017 By Darren Davis

Art Walk

Where to Go This First Thursday: July 2017

Jennifer Zwick makes the surreal entirely real, artists shed personal pressures at Soil, and Treason Gallery hosts a Northwest coming-of-age story.

07/06/2017 By Darren Davis

Infinite Selfies

Prepare Your Social Media Feeds for 'Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors'

The Infinity Mirror Rooms at Seattle Art Museum's new blockbuster exhibition allow little time for intimate engagement but more than enough for a photo op.

06/29/2017 By Darren Davis

Art Walk

Where to Go This First Thursday: June 2017

Featuring Japanese prints, cans of dirt, and planetary bodies.

05/31/2017 By Darren Davis

Art Walk

Where to Go This First Thursday: April 2017

Check out the printmaking legacy of American immigrants, aquatic glass sculptures, and hot rod allure.

04/05/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Daniel Carrillo

The Seattle photographer captures the essence of other local artists with the daguerreotypes of 'Studio Visit.'

04/04/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Street View

How Capitol Hill's Pac-Man Park Came to Be

SDOT’s Pavement to Parks program turned an underused roadway into a gaming delight.

03/20/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld