Math + Art + Dance at CoCA

Photo by Amber Lee

How can an improvisational dance, so freeform and abstract, possibly be so similar to math, which seems so concrete and rigid?

Courtney Sheehan Leaving Northwest Film Forum

Deputy Mayor Hyeok Kim (left) and Arts Commissioner Tracy Rector (right) join Courtney Sheehan as she accepts the Mayor's Award for Arts & Innovation in September 2017. Photo by Bruce Clayton Tom.

She’s stepping down as the organization’s executive director, effective in October, and leaves behind a five-year box office high and an emerging model of community engagement.

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2018 Spring Art Walk Awards: Winners and Photos

Rhea Vega's triumphant moment from the 2018 Spring Art Walk Awards. Photo by Nate Gowdy

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 spring Art Walk Awards! Photographer Zorn B Taylor took third place for his portrait of Elisheba Johnson, while Jose Rodriguez took second place for his painting “Now You’re Playing With Power.” Rhea Vega’s “A New Hopi” won the night’s top honors—keep an eye out for her piece in… Continue reading 2018 Spring Art Walk Awards: Winners and Photos

Dick Jokes and Gender Roles in ‘The Country Wife’

Shermona Mitchell. Photo by Dave Hastings

Rachel Atkins’ adaptation of the Restoration comedy is now running at Theater Schmeater. If you’re going to revive a historically notable but artistically and/or morally dubious work, this is the way to go about it

Jinkx Monsoon, UFOs in Burien, tea with the Duwamish, a new Lynn Shelton film, weird vulgar theatre, First Thursday and the all-new Art Walk Awards

Emily Rohm as Jane Doe in Ride the Cyclone. Photo by Tracy Martin.

Monday, April 2 – Thursday, April 5 The General, Steamboat Bill Jr., Three Ages, College In an age when CGI and digital technology do a lot of the heavy lifting when it comes to cinematic spectacle and peril, seeing comic genius Buster Keaton ply his craft in four of his best silent features (all with… Continue reading Jinkx Monsoon, UFOs in Burien, tea with the Duwamish, a new Lynn Shelton film, weird vulgar theatre, First Thursday and the all-new Art Walk Awards