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Zines dispersed, cops pied at Pipsqueak fair
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Zines dispersed, cops pied at Pipsqueak fair

A visit to a zine fair at Pipsqueak Gallery.

We are human animals: A prowl through AMcE's latest exhibition
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We are human animals: A prowl through AMcE's latest exhibition

A review of the art exhibition at AMcE Creative Arts.

Celebrate nature, culture, and history in Federal Way
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Celebrate nature, culture, and history in Federal Way

Nick Rapp takes us on a visit to the Pacific Bonsai Museum and the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden.

Raven Two Feathers shares Trans and Native worldviews through film, VR
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Raven Two Feathers shares Trans and Native worldviews through film, VR

A profile of Trans and Native artist Raven Two Feathers.

Young, Queer, and tired: Das Biest dances at Seattle Center
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Young, Queer, and tired: Das Biest dances at Seattle Center

A review of local performance group Das Biest's dance art installation at Seattle Center.

Our Blue Planet to showcase local and global perspectives on water at SAM
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Our Blue Planet to showcase local and global perspectives on water at SAM

A preview of Seattle Art Museum's exhibition Our Blue Planet: Global Visions of Water opening March 18.

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Queerness at the con: ECCC in-person after two years

From Thursday, December 2, through Sunday, December 5, fans and artists of all kinds were gathering for the first in-person Emerald City Comic Con in two years.

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93 Queer, Jewish self-portraits: Keli Lucas visits Seattle

A visit to the City of Light gallery introduces us to Queer Jewish artist Keli Lucas.

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Cute crafts and Queer vendors: Urban Craft Uprising's Winter Show

One of the Northwest's largest indie maker-event organizers, Urban Craft Uprising, has two major craft fairs coming in December.

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The arts are only getting bigger: What Kucera's fellowships mean for Seattle

Greg Kucera and Larry Yocom left $500,000 to Artist Trust, which promptly announced two newfellowship awards meant to "advance art and equity."