In Oil Pressure Vibrator, Korean artist Geumhyung Jeong confesses her love for an excavator machine. See it this January at On the Boards. Gajin Kim

Seattle Art and Performance, our quarterly guide to everything happening in Seattle this winter in the arts, is out on the streets now. In addition to the extensive calendars in the print copy, you can now also find lists of this winter's best events online, including:

  • The best theater, dance, and comedy, from Woody Sez: The Life and Music of Woody Guthrie to Oil Pressure Vibrator to Sarah Silverman
  • The best readings and talks, from a conversation with the parents of Trayvon Martin to an evening with Ira Glass
  • The best festivals, from Freakout Festival to Timbrrr!
  • The best art shows and events, from Jacob Lawrence's The Migration Series to David Jaewon Oh's Combatants
  • The best classical music and opera, from The Music of David Bowie with the Seattle Symphony to Katya Kabanova
  • The best films, from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to the Noir City film festival
  • The best jazz concerts, from Branford Marsalis to The Music of A Charlie Brown Christmas
  • As always, you can find everything happening in Seattle this winter on our Things To Do calendar.

    Get all this and more on the free Stranger Things To Do mobile app—available now on the App Store and Google Play.