Despite being a longstanding Seattle institution, The Frye Art Museum only began acquiring and commissioning new works in earnest during the seven-year tenure of its recently departed director, Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker. In her last show
On the second Saturday of each month, Georgetown Art Attack is a unique scene that allows crowds to explore one of Seattle’s most historic and eclectic districts. December’s Art Attack is one of the largest
The last First Thursday Art Walk of 2016 is upon us. As usual, many art galleries are ending their year with group shows, featuring artworks from a spectrum of their represented artists. Audiences who want
Change is always afoot in the art world. That is certainly true in Pioneer Square, where some art galleries are moving or shuttering. Flatcolor Gallery recently closed its Pioneer Square location and Artifact will soon
In 2013 I arrived at a Halloween party with green hair, dragonfly wings and a fake baby. Everyone was stumped, except a tall, broad-shouldered guy with shaggy black hair. “You’re Alana, from the comic Saga.
Seb Barnett brings the forest with them wherever they go. That’s not hyperbole: when they arrive to our interview, a leafy vine winds around their ball-cap, and they’re double-fisting two tiny potted cacti. As excited