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Seattle Art Museum exhibits Japan’s most iconic artist, Katsuhika Hokusai, and the enduring legacy...

Currently on view until January 21st at the Seattle Art Museum, Hokusai: Inspiration and Influence, on loan from Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts collection, showcases over 300 works, most of which are viewable outside...

In conversation with Sharon Lee, Executive Director of Seattle’s Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI)

Sharon Lee is an exemplary leader who has played an integral role in shaping Seattle’s affordable housing initiatives. Lee is the Executive Director of Seattle’s Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI), a role she has...

Lakshmi Muirhead’s paintings are a meditation on art for art’s sake

Lakshmi Muirhead’s solo show As If is currently exhibited at The J. Rinehart Gallery, located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square Arts District.  Muirhead has previously shown her work in group exhibits in The J. Rinehart...

Playwright Roger Tang talks about his new play inspired by Chinese pirate Zhang Tse,...

Playwright Roger Tang, a co-founder of Pork Filled Productions, has been an impressive figure pioneering the Seattle AAPI Theatre community for over two decades. His newest production, “SHE DEVIL OF THE CHINA SEAS”, is inspired by...

Seattle-based artist Maggie Jiang shows her tribute to the I-Ching in her solo show,...

The J. Rinehart Gallery, located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square Arts District, is currently displaying a solo show by artist Maggie Jiang titled I-CHING THROUGH THICK AND THIN.  This is Seattle-based Jiang’s debut solo exhibition with...

Pojagi, a centuries old Korean quilting art form, is featured at The Pacific Northwest...

The Pacific Northwest Quilt and Fiber Arts Museum, located in La Conner, is currently showcasing the textile art of 13 Korean artists. Curated by Misik Kim and Patti King, this group show is titled The Quilt...