Amanda Manitach is the visual arts editor of City Arts magazine. She is also an artist and co-founder at The Factory, an art gallery and event space in Capitol Hill’s Pike/Pine corridor.

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Keep It Interesting

“Live an interesting life and dress accordingly," says musician and attorney Kim West. "My wardrobe is where I get to indulge in all things silly and audacious.”

A Former Grocery Store Becomes an Art Space

The building languished for five years before artists and curators Janet Galore and Demi Raven stepped in to undertake a substantial facelift.

Eclectic Comfort

Isabella Du Graf carries on a family legacy of cool.

A Ridiculously Ambitious Art Space Rises in Tacoma

Peek inside new mega-art-space Alma Mater, slated to open early next year.

Mutiny in the Gallery

Young, casual and unerringly relevant, Treason Gallery reflects a growing, global perspective.

Pop Statement

Randy Phillips likes funky and loud with a message.

Here Come the 2017 Summer Art Walk Awards

The 2017 summer Art Walk Awards are almost here. Meet the judges!

Breezy Simplicity

Jennie Pegouskie keeps it casual.

Confluence of Culture

Decades into her career, Mary Ann Peters embraces history, politics and her own heritage.

Oxbow Provides Rare Space for Big Installations

The Georgetown gallery gives artists space to explore experimental and large scale works.

Hypercolor Fantasy

Adam Heimstadt likes his look loud, bright and dramatic.

Announcing the Spring 2017 Art Walk Awards Finalists

See the nominated artworks here, and join us on May 11 to cast your vote!