Art

Can Minimalist Painting Keep Its Privileged Position after SAM’s Figuring History Exhibit?

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One of the gifts of living in a large city is the presence of well-endowed cultural institutions. Sitting next to our theater companies, the...

Community Solutions for the I-5 Scar

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While we are a big proponent of lidding I-5 to cut off the sights and sounds of freeway traffic (or even removing it) and...

Making Space For Culture: 5 Takeaways From Seattle’s CAP Report

Giddy. That’s how I felt when a coworker shared the news that Seattle had released The CAP Report: 30 Ideas for the Creation, Activation, &...

Sunday Video: “Cloud” By ST Artist Laura Haddad

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In her own words, artist Laura Haddad, describes the inspiration, function, and process in designing her artwork "Cloud," which is featured at Sound Tranist's...

Mountlake Terrace Station Reaches 60% Design

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Sound Transit has released updated designs for Mountlake Terrace Station, the penultimate station on the Lynnwood Link extension slated to open in 2023, marking...

Myra Lara Takes A Whimsical Look At Infill Housing

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Local queer, Latinx artist Myra Lara held a very well attended art opening at Hybrid_Space last week. Not Even Barely Legal: (Desperately) Creative Infill Development included a...

Event: Not Even Barely Legal

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Local artist Myra Rara will showcase her thought-provoking work on contemporary urban issues facing Seattle this Thursday at the Capitol Hill Art Walk: Hybrid_Space presents...

Red May: Dedicating A Month To Radical Left Thinking

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Philip Wohlstetter has been stirring the pot in Seattle for quite some time. In the 1980s Wohlstetter helped launch Invisible Seattle, an artist-led effort to redefine...