For his massive, marvelous piece Middle Fork, Seattle installation artist John Grade spent nine months plaster casting a 140-...
Now - April 25
Now - April 26
Future Ruins marks the first solo museum exhibition for Rodrigo Valenzuela, the Chilean-born Seattleite whose photography and...
Now - April 26
Known for making enormous installations that resemble sensory dreamscapes, Ohio-based Hamilton has taken over the Henry,...
March 27- April 26
Seattle playwright/composer/cellist Justin Huertas presents his world-premiere musical, Lizard Boy, a coming-of-age/coming-out...
After a sold-out run last fall, UMO Ensemble brings back this homage to absurdist playwright Samuel Beckett. The very funny...
Thursday, April 16 - Sunday, April 19
A hip-hop activist, a graphic designer and a creative technologist walk into a bar. Or something like that. This innovative,...
April 16-18, 8:00 pm
This exquisite French company boasts a repertoire containing works by some of the hottest contemporary choreographers on the...
Thursday, April 9 - Saturday, June 13
Longtime photographer Henry Horenstein has a gift for conveying multitudes of meaning from a single moment. This series of...
Seattle food writers Matthew Amster-Burton (Hungry Monkey) and Molly Wizenberg (A Homemade Life) produce a regular podcast,...
Wednesday, March 22 - Sunday, May 17
The immigration issues explored in Chris Cleave’s bestselling book—a political thriller about a Nigerian teenage refugee—are...
Seattle Arts and Lectures brings acclaimed and awarded poet Lucie Brock-Broido to read her lovely lines at the soaring Chihuly...
April 25, 4:00-9:00 pm
Up-and-coming Italian-American choreographer Alice Gosti is taking creative risks and making an impact on the local dance...