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
I can’t believe it’s already March. My birthday month! The smell of winter holding on for dear life! Lonely Arts Club is heading into its third month of life and
20 minutes ago I went to the Frye Art Museum. Off and on for years I always return to this art museum due to—you know—it being free. Even in my
A creator and collaborator at heart, Alyssa Yeoman is part of countless productions in Seattle. From co-producing long-standing Naked Brunch, an all improvised open mic, and working with Don’t Tell
For a little over two years, She is Fierce co-producers Francesca “Cessa” Betancourt and Linnea Ingalls have been curating storytelling shows from the female and genderqueer perspective. This semi-annual event