• Joining Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, The Heist, and "Thrift Shop" among Seattle-sourced triumphs at last Sunday's Grammy Awards: the gorgeous gown worn by singer/songwriter/Macklemore collaborator Hollis Wong-Wear, designed by hot-poop garment artist Mark Mitchell. Described by its creator as a Carole Lombard–esque number with an open back draped to the coccyx and hand-dyed the color Japanese Plum, the Grammy gown will be followed by another Wong-Wear/Mitchell collab, with two pieces from his acclaimed Burial collection featured in a forthcoming video for her band the Flavr Blue.

• The directors of SAM and DAM—Seattle Art Museum and Denver Art Museum—have a Super Bowl art wager. When Seattle wins, DAM will send SAM its early-1900s bronze statuette The Broncho Buster by cowboy-and-Indian artist Frederic Remington for a free three-month loan. (If the impossible/unthinkable happens, SAM's supposed to loan DAM a circa-1880 Nuxalk bird mask reminiscent of the Seahawks logo.) And after we get your cowboy, DAM, we'll gay-marry him, too.

• Particulars for the Cascadia Poetry Festival were announced last week, and the closing event looks the best, with Stranger Geniuses Maged Zaher and Heather McHugh, plus Seattle's Frances McCue and Vancouver's Stephen Collis. All-access passes are $25 at cascadiapoetryfestival.org. If you're on the fence, note that the festival moves to Victoria next year, whereupon nobody will ever hear from it again.

• Mars Hill pastor Mark Driscoll keeps having footnote problems. On faith news site Patheos.com, Warren Throckmorton accused Driscoll of copying, without attribution, from several texts in his 2012 advice guide Real Marriage. Driscoll's publisher responded by updating the e-book edition. Yeshua ben Yosef, the guy who inspired imaginary superhero Jesus Christ, was unavailable for comment at press time.

• Thanks to an anonymous gift of $1.35 million, the New Foundation Seattle will open its new home for art exhibitions, lectures, and workshops in fall 2014. Yay! The location is 123 Third Avenue South in Pioneer Square; Jennie Gruss Interior Design will rehab the 1971 brick building.

• The Seattle Women's Convention drew more than a hundred artists to Hedreen Gallery last week to talk about the aftermath of the Elles exhibition at SAM one year ago. It happened against the backdrop of Tariqa Waters's oversize pink-framed painting on the wall, depicting slave-owning garbage president Andrew Jackson wearing a pink slave collar. "My favorite guffaw of the evening came when Tariqa Waters adroitly spoke of her confusion about the hipster guys in Pioneer Square, with their period-specific BEARDS," Deborah Lawrence commented on Slog, The Stranger's blog. "She said their appearance made her wonder if she should use the back or front door." recommended