As Seattle continues to change, we talked to art makers and leaders in the city to find out how they are dealing with Seattle's transformation.
Fall Arts 2017
A guide to pop music, theater, visual arts, dance, comedy and classical music events this fall.
Seattle visual artists paint an ambivalent picture of the future — but are determined to survive VIEW
Community decries city’s unaffordability, lack of interest from newcomers.
Discover Humaira Abid’s “Searching for Home” exhibit at Bellevue Arts Museum and an Andrew Wyeth retrospective at Seattle Art Museum, among other upcoming highlights.
Contemporary dance seeks a new generation of donors, while ballet focuses on attracting younger audiences.
Promising productions range from Crystal Pite at Pacific Northwest Ballet to the gender-queer inventions of Cherdonna Shinatra.
While business is generally steady, local music venues face threats from development and rent increases.
From country to pop to jazz, there’s something to tempt your musical taste buds this autumn.
The city’s increased wealth equals more ticket holders, but the higher cost of living puts the squeeze on musicians.
Picks range from ‘The Barber of Seville’ to two world premieres touching on the 1945 atomic blasts in Japan.
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