July 21 to 24, artists and organizations will come together at 419 Occidental Avenue in Pioneer Square to energize the space and increase awareness of the diversified talent of our community.
Picasso comes to mind. Victor Kai Wang (汪凯) is another. Nothing stopped Victor from pursuing his art—not the Cultural Revolution in China. Not starting from scratch in Seattle.
She’s brassy. She’s bold. She’s Asian American. Her home is a sanctuary for rescued animals and neighborhood birds (28 bird feeders so far).
Happy Pride Month! In this column, I spontaneously made the decision to stop giving Netflix my money because I suddenly realized how much they are taking from me each month.
At the beginning of her partnering with Book-It, Chiang said they initially wanted to adapt “The Joy Luck Club,” Tan’s best-known novel, but they couldn’t get the rights to it. This led to a deep reading into all of Tan’s books, before Chiang settled on “The Bonesetter’s Daughter.”
Bringing a character to life before a live audience proves challenging enough for most actors.
On Sunday, May 29, the Neptune Theatre in the University District came alive with the sounds of breakbeats as the venue played host to dancers from all over the world for Massive Monkees Day.
“We had always had in our mission…that we want to invite people who didn’t have as many opportunities,” said David Haughton, artist member of Gallery 110, where local artists have come together as a cooperative to support each other and show their art.
The path to stand-up comedy, like the path to any other creative endeavor, can run along seemingly infinite routes.
In this latest column, we learn that Asians are sometimes the victims of themselves (or other Asians)—I mean, obviously in addition to being the victims of white supremacy.