Art Nerd City Guides: New York · Los Angeles

Dear Diary: Ashley Armitage

Looking at Ashley Armitage’s photographs feels like stepping into a secret world — a dreamy world of pinks and blues, of makeup and nail polish and hair, of ritualized routines in the […]

AMDEF- Rowdy, Raw, and Highly Recommended

It’s that time of year again when AMDEF pulls out all of the stops and shoves spectacle forcefully down the throats of a willing audience.  A bit brash, but it starts […]

How to Fill Two Shelves

Joe Rudko and Kelly Bjork live in a charming classic brick apartment building a few blocks off of Broadway Avenue on Capitol Hill in Seattle.  The floors of their apartment are scuffed […]

Pirating the High Seas of Culture Consumption

Next up in the NW Film Forum’s Live at the Film Forum series is something called Pirate Cinema.  The show is a live performance event adapted from an installation by French […]

Build A Collection; Vignettes on indiegogo

Vignettes has been described as a vital part of the Seattle arts community by numerous people over the last week as  the gallery’s newest crowd sourcing campaign was shared and […]

Dear Diary: Rafael Soldi

Artist Rafael Soldi makes photographs of quiet intimacy. When figures don’t appear in them, objects often seem to stand in for absent protagonists. In an image from 2011, Will You […]

Go Ahead, Touch the Art

Last week Touch Me: I am Violent opened up at Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar on Capitol Hill and the opening night crowd couldn’t keep their hands off of the […]

Dear Diary: Debbie Faas

This coming Tuesday artist Debbie Faas will unveil her largest work to date, and be ready to be stunned because it is actually 2 paintings in one.  Over the past […]

January #artwalking

It’s only 2 weeks into January and already we’ve seen 4 outstanding art walks filled with art that you have to see!  Pioneer Square art walk, or First Thursday as […]

Love City Love + The YC

Just another reminder of how great Love City Love is, and also one hell of a catchy video from local choreographer Kate Wallich and her company The YC.  Even though […]