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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Utilitarian Minimalism

For Paul Komada, one look travels from studio to museum.
At Large

So Many Likes

At Facebook's new Seattle office, artists have created an array of big, beautiful installations.

A Good Luck Thing

Mamnoon, Mbar and the Harouns’ sanctuaries of hospitality
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Candy Color

Stylist Keri Scherbring creates the rainbow—and takes hair inspiration from art, cartoons, comics, nature and even fast food ads.

The Sound of Presence

Path with Art’s Jennifer Lobsenz traces a year-long project that gives voice and visibility to homelessness. PLUS: Two poems by Path with Art students
Genre Bender

Street Artist + Rock Star: No Touching Ground and Molly Sides

Meet this year's Genre Bender collaborators before the magical mashup is revealed March 3–5.

Announcing the Finalists

The Winter 2017 Art Walk Awards are next Thursday, Feb. 9. Check out the finalists, then come out and help award the cash prizes!

In Your Eyes

The liberating glamour of Mary Anne Carter. Cover photo by Megumi Shauna Arai.

Piece by Piece

Jess Marie Griffith has taken a break from hand-painting textiles and is collaborating with Tiffany Ju from BZR to make a line of bags with bold, graphic black-and-white designs.

To Strike or Not To Strike

On artists being political in 2017.

So Good, So Different

A thousand-year-old elixir is reborn in Pioneer Square.