Tacoma: City in Flux

For more than two decades, Tacoma has used arts as a tool. What if it has become a weapon?
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Brutal but Beautiful

An outdoor work by choreographer Jody Kuehner explored ideas of safety and empowerment for womxn.
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A Site-Responsive Exhibition Explores Identity

Some 20 artworks are being installed across San Juan Island in a show titled 'Becoming American.'
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A Theatre Company Fueled by Coffee

Arlene Martínez-Vázquez started her theater company to do away with the myth of the starving artist.
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ChrisTiana ObeySumner on ‘Porgy and Bess,’ Humanity in Institutions, the Canon

The social impact consultant wants to understand all our stories.  
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Patrick Clark’s ‘Kingfisher’: Like a Bach Fugue

Performance artist Patrick Clark revealed all sides of himself in solo work 'Kingfisher.'
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Seattle Visitor Guide: Summer Edition

Seattleites are at their brashest, friendliest and horniest during the summer months. Welcome!
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Loud and Proud

The sixth-annual Trans Pride March filled Capitol Hill on June 22.
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Let It Fly

A new festival celebrates the broad flexibility of the dance-film format.
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Amplifier Infiltrates the Classroom

After a massively successful viral art campaign, Amplifier Foundation turns its attention to education.