Celebrating the arts and culture of seattle

Irma Vep at Intiman Theatre

From world-class museums to street performances, Seattle celebrates every facet of its artistic and cultural life. Music and theater, visual arts and digital media – the city’s sprightful communities generously share their talents with this world. And, great news, most of this entertainment is in the center of the city, with a few off-the-beaten-path gems… Continue reading Celebrating the arts and culture of seattle

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

The Seshen (twice!), author Charles Johnson, Iranian animation, ‘Ironbound,’ a brand-new improv-zine event, Pastor Kaleb’s Easter blowout and more

Fisherman’s Village Music Festival. Photo by Nate Watters

Monday, March 26 Himanee Gupta-Carlson Journalist and professor at SUNY Empire State College Himanee Gupta-Carlson reads from her new book, Muncie, India(na): Middletown and Asian America, centered around Muncie’s South Asian communities. The book’s primary question: What do non-whites, non-Christians and/or non-Natives mean when they call themselves American? —Sarah Galvin Elliott Bay Book Company  Monday,… Continue reading The Seshen (twice!), author Charles Johnson, Iranian animation, ‘Ironbound,’ a brand-new improv-zine event, Pastor Kaleb’s Easter blowout and more