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Cherdonna Performs at the Frye Every Day for Three Months Straight

She will be joined by her new dance troupe, DONNA, and the installation includes a giant vagina they will each be birthed from daily.

An Artist Who Wants Us to Reckon with the Darker Parts of History

Inside Edgar Arceneaux's installation Library of Black Lies, now at Henry Art Gallery.

Finding Solace from the Horribleness of the World in Group Therapy at the Frye

It's not only a free art show. It's also a free "clinic" for the community.

The Strange Erasures in an Art Show About Planetary Crisis

Endangered Species at Whatcom Museum is missing some important historical context.

How Not to Be a Ding-Dong in the Woods

One of the best parts of living in Seattle is getting out into the wilderness. Here's how to do that and not die.

The Best Art Shows & Events in Seattle: Fall 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for Sept 17–Dec 9, 2018

Satellite Shows Orbiting Around Seattle Art Fair

These alternate exhibitions are worth checking out, and they're free.

What Organizers Are Planning for the 2018 Seattle Art Fair

How the gigantic exhibition is going to reflect on the current moment.

The Best Art Shows & Events in Seattle: Summer 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for June 11–September 16, 2018

Inside the New Nordic Museum Is an Art Show You Shouldn't Miss

Your Norwegian grandma might not like it, but you will.

Seeing the Seattle Erotic Art Festival Just Became a Political Act

The festival opens just as the Feds are shutting down erotic services websites.

The Three Painters at Seattle Art Museum Challenge the History of Art

Figuring History is a show about righting the wrongs of erasure.

The Best Art Shows in Seattle: Spring 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for March 19–June 10, 2018

How Mickalene Thomas Incorporated Civil Rights Iconography from the 1960s into Her Painting Resist

A guided tour of a new painting, now on view at Seattle Art Museum.

Dirk Staschke Makes Art About Death

Are these pieces at Winston Wachter sculptures or paintings? Is existence just totally meaningless?

Andrew Wyeth’s Secret Selves

A retrospective at SAM reveals things about the major American painter you may not know.

Does Magic Require Artists?

Sometimes Sitting on Afghans Is Just Sitting on Afghans

The Pleasure Is All Mine

Angela White Excavates Accidents

Wheel of Life

Juniper Shuey Engages in Relationships

Reaching for the Light

Bothered and Bizarre Figurative Art

Remains of the Day

Thom Heileson's Photographs Document Decay

Constantly Framed

Juniper Shuey vs. Juniper Shuey

Sit Here. Look There.

Furniture and Art

Starry Patriotism

Mucking Around in the Mire of Political Art
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