September 2012

Fall Arts Preview 2012: 55 Must-See Shows

So much great local dance, film, music, theater and visual arts. So little time.

Three cheers for fall, when Seattleites switch gears—from soaking up every inch of summer possible to gorging on our city’s…

Brangien Davis, Bond Huberman & Dana Standish, with Marianne Hale

Fall Arts Preview 2012: Visual Arts

Featuring SAM's focus in women's studies, the Frye's wild experiment and Greg Lundgren's death art.

Why, in 2012, do we need an exhibit focused solely on women artists? Try this: Make a quick tally of…

Brangien Davis, Bond Huberman and Dana Standish, with Marianne Hale

Fall Arts Preview 2012: Dance

Four choreographers present new works in Seattle this fall.

Although ensconced in NYC since the 1970s, Mark Morris must still think fondly of his old stomping grounds—the former Seattleite…

Brangien Davis, Bond Huberman & Dana Standish, with Marianne Hale

Stroll the Charming Gilman Village

Issaquah's sweet shopping village celebrates the big 4-0!

Created from renovated farm and mining buildings in downtown Issaquah, Gilman Village (317 NW Gilman Blvd., just east off I-90’s…

Joe Livarchik

Bill Predmore’s Pop Art Collection

A local digital media company’s HQ also serves as a home for cutting-edge art.

Bill Predmore’s street art collection started with a Shepard Fairey print, gifted to him by an employee long before the…

Seattle Mag

The People in Your Neighborhood

Our editorial director reflects on the September issue.

My husband grew up in New York City, but wanted to escape what he calls “the hustle.” Though I was…

Rachel Hart