It’s time to celebrate Scandinavia, emerging artists, great jazz, holidays and arts and crafts! Whether you want to shop, eat, create or admire, there’s something for you just a short drive from Seattle!
You may recognize artist Andy Warhol’s works when it comes to his pop-art versions of soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. But did you know the Slovakian artist put in a bid to paint the Tacoma Dome? 30 years later, Warhol’s “Flowers for Tacoma” collection is coming to the Tacoma Art Museum. And a renewed interest in having a Warhol on the Dome is in the air! Come see what it’s all about.
When you shop fair trade this holiday season, you purchase gifts that give twice. Promote justice in the world, fair wages and decent pay. Help others and give gifts with purpose this year! Here’s where to shop.
Seattle police say what started out as a college art project set up under the Aurora Bridge on Monday led officers to block off streets and drew arson and bomb squad detectives.
From singing and dancing, to sugar skulls and art work, come celebrate and honor your loved ones that have departed at one of these Puget Sound Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) community events.
Ready to head out for the weekend? Oktoberfests and beer events, Apples and cider, and art of all kinds, are just some of the great events happening just a short drive away from Seattle.
Women are taking over each of the SAM museum’s sites: SAM Downtown, the Seattle Asian Art Museum, SAM Gallery and the Olympic Sculpture Park. And you’re invited to include a photo of a special woman in your life in the exhibit!
Whether your child just needs a creative outlet or wants to become the next Jackson Pollack, there are art studios around the Sound that can help encourage and teach your child (and you!) various art forms and techniques. Here are some of our favorites.
If it looks like coffee, smells like coffee, goes well with coffee or is coffee you will find it at Coffee Fest, September 21 – 23. Everything under the sun that would be found in an upscale coffee shop on either side of the counter, including the counter would be found on the exhibition floor at Seattle’s Coffee Fest 2012.
Nordstrom taps into the triad of fashion, music and the Northwest with the Seattle Music Project. To celebrate the history of Seattle’s music scene, Nordstrom will unveil an in-store photo exhibit showcasing iconic Seattle musicians. Noted music photographer, Lance Mercer and a team of Nordstrom stylists will curate the exhibit on display at Nordstrom Downtown Seattle from September 21-30.