Stories with 'art' tag

Artists at work in Pioneer Square

The building at the corner of First Avenue and Cherry Street contains secrets. From the outside, it looks like your average Pioneer Square haunt — there’s a coffee shop, a bar, and a clothing store on the ground floor. But step inside, climb the stairs, and you’ll find more than a dozen artists hard at […]

/ June 4, 2019


A Seattle artist shows you the ‘life you might have had’ at her Museum of Almost Realities

“For every choice we make, we kill off an alternate future. Sometimes we have to live with their ghosts.” That quote is what hundreds of locals read before they stepped into April Soetarman’s Museum of Almost Realities.

/ April 18, 2018


Take a walk: The 4 best Seattle spots to explore on foot

The (anonymous) woman behind Seattle Walk Reports tells us all about her favorite places to take a stroll when life gets busy.

/ March 28, 2018


You shared your holiday struggles — and you’re not alone.

We asked you to tell us what you struggle with during the holidays. No struggle was too small.

/ December 22, 2017


Meet the artist posting mysterious signs around Seattle

Ever spotted these signs around Seattle? ‘Notice: I never stopped loving you.’ ‘Please: I wish I could see you just one more time.’ They’re the work of artist April Soetarman, and here’s why she made them.

/ August 23, 2017


Eat books, join a ‘Shadow Council,’ and 12 more awesome things to do in Seattle this week

Seattle’s best events this week include a political satire, a festival of edible books, and a bouncy house wonderland.

/ March 27, 2017


Your last chance to see posters from the women’s march

An exhibition of stylish posters from the women’s marches the day after Trump’s inauguration is on its last week.

/ February 21, 2017