2018 Fall Arts

Seattle Fall Arts Preview: New Venues, Top Shows and Emerging Artists

This season, lean in and explore the resilient spirit of the arts

Mount Analogue gallery is among the Seattle arts organizations actively linking art forms such as performance and poetry under its roof; in July, the Pioneer Square space hosted “Escape Dimension,” by Chicago artist Ben Marcus

Gwendolyn Elliott

Seattle Fall Arts Calendar 2018: Words, Music, Theater, Visual Art, Dance, Film, Venues, More

Everything you need to know about art in Seattle this fall

Come from Away returns to Seattle this fall.

Gwendolyn Elliott

The New Hugo House Opens in September

Seattle’s esteemed writing center opens its new, multimillion-dollar home this fall

Hugo House prose writer-in-residence Kristen Millares Young (left) and executive director Tree Swenson

Gwendolyn Elliott

More Fall Arts Preview: Film Fests, Ghost Gallery Returns and David Rue on SAM Remix

More arts news, from cinema and visual art to multidisciplinary bash, SAM Remix

A peek inside the new Ghost Gallery on Chophouse Row

Seattle Magazine Staff

Flying High With Parisalexa

A flowering new voice surfaces on Seattle’s soul scene

Breezy and fly is Parisalexa’s vibe, photographed here in July

Gwendolyn Elliott

A Pacific Northwest Ballet Dancer Is Premiering an Ambitious, Out-Of-This-World Show

Kyle Davis has been creating dances regularly at PNB, but he's never done anything quite like what's in the works for a new show this fall

PNB soloist Kyle Davis photographed at the company’s studio at Seattle Center; his yet-to-be-named large scale work debuts this fall

Gavin Borchert

Meet the Woman Curating Seattle’s Most Interesting Art Gallery

At Mount Analogue, Colleen Louise Barry takes a multifaceted look at Seattle arts

Curator and poet Colleen Louise Barry is right at home in the cross disciplinary settings of Pioneer Square gallery, Mount Analogue

Danielle Hayden

This Designer Is Making Some of the Most Innovative Theater Sets in Town

Scene designer Julia Hayes Welch has built sets that include a working kitchen, a bus stop and an island beach

Scene designer Julia Hayes Welch in her home studio in Ravenna with some of the tools of her trade

Gwendolyn Elliott