In the first of our series on local artists and their experiences during these turbulent times, we profile Earnest D. Thomas, an engineer-turned-painter.
Grace Gorenflo is the Seattle Times arts recovery reporter.
Inspire Washington is touring to provide cultural organizations with information on resources as they work to recover from pandemic closures.
Seattle Art Museum held a mask-required hour last Saturday, the first of three. Here's how it went and when other such hours are coming up.
Seattle Art Museum security workers begin voting Tuesday on creating a union. The National Labor Relations Board vote runs through the end of the month.
32,000 square feet of property in South Park will become ‘El Barrio,’ a community-owned cultural space
32,000 square feet of South Park property will become "El Barrio," a community-owned cultural space, after a purchase by the Cultural Space Agency on Monday.
Arte Noir will be a space to showcase Black artists and reclaim space for the residents who have been priced out of the Central District.
The Seattle Times spoke with Mayor Bruce Harrell on how he plans to support the arts sector’s recovery, and with three local arts leaders about...
Arts organizations found innovative funding methods to survive the pandemic closures. Now, they're finding that those methods can still help.
As more local performing arts groups open shows this spring, here's a look at how ticket sales are going for some of them.
After owners of the former INS building in Seattle, now home to many artists' studios, put it up for sale, a group of tenants are...