December 28th | What gnaws, creeps, and flies?
(Not simultaneously.) A look at the animal kingdom in our midst, via beavers, spiders, raptors, and corvids.
Seattle arts leader Randy Engstrom will leave Seattle's Office of Arts and Culture
After eight years heading up Seattle’s Office of Arts and Culture, Randy Engstrom says he’ll step down at the end of the year.
Seattle arts with Marcie Sillman: past, present, and future
As with most industries during the pandemic, it's a singular time in Seattle arts history. After 35 years of covering the scene, KUOW's longtime arts and culture reporter Marcie Sillman gives us the 30,000
Another Covid shutdown delays museum show, but doesn't stop this Seattle artist
It’s taken 40 years, but Barbara Earl Thomas finally will have her first solo show at Seattle Art Museum. Covid willing.
Will Seattle-area cultural groups survive the pandemic? Maybe, but it won't be business as usual.
Coronavirus is surging yet again in Washington State. Public health officials are on edge; so are businesses that depend on people gathering together in enclosed spaces. That includes the arts and culture sector.
The pandemic eviscerated Seattle's club scene; can live music make it through the winter?
Seattle's live music clubs have been closed since March. With the music scene in crisis, artists and club owners wonder if they'll make it through the winter without help.
Seattle arts community get some welcome $9 million news
Seattle’s beleaguered cultural community got some welcome news this week when the estate of the late art patrons Jane Lang Davis and Richard Lang announced awards totaling $9 million to nine different arts organizations.
Pacific Northwest Ballet is making dance...with masks, social distancing, and a lot of trepidation for the future
Dancing with masks and with shadows, Pacific Northwest Ballet is making an art work in the pandemic
Seattle cultural workers wonder if they'll ever return to work as pandemic drags on
When Governor Jay Inslee ordered restricted public gatherings, local arts workers worried. Almost seven months later, thousands are still out of work.
Seattle artist Christopher Montoya says "I choose to live"
Christopher Montoya was a ballet dancer for most of his adult life. His career included a stint with the internationally acclaimed drag company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo. But even there, Montoya felt like an outsider.