Let’s face it: burlesque is the cheeky and sequined underbelly of Seattle. There are several layers involved in burlesque (pun intended), and it evokes equal parts teasing flirtation, smart vulnerability,
Ever since I was young, I took art way too seriously. It was always with equal parts focus and messiness that I drew a cow and sometimes an octopus. However,
Mixing performance art, prizes, and pranks, Erin Popelka’s Bingo for Fools delivers fast-paced comedic fun on March 31st, 2019 (also known as April Fools Eve, respectively). Erin Popelka has a
March 21st through the 24th, watch the emerald city emerge from hibernation, shake off that Seattle frost, and witness the joy that is Intersections Festival. This festival merges comedy, collaboration, and
Transforming their art through modern culture and familial ancestry, Monyee Chau talks to the Lonely Arts Club about DIY art exhibitions, navigating the “in-between space”, and pushing artistic boundaries both
Being alive is a very hard thing to do and trying to make art on top of that is harder. I am a writer, comedian and a maker of things.
I’m staring at a glass jar full of onion skins. They look delicate yet harsh, and with a battery-operated tea light inside, the dry skins flicker like a mess of