arts

city arts editor leah baltus

Meet Leah Baltus, editor-in-chief of City Arts, and hear how the local arts community is evolving to adapt to changing times.

art seen: a day at the frye

PIE visits the Frye Art Museum on Seattle's First Hill. This dreamy peek into the galleries of the free museum features director Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker and highlights community programs.

film: the recurrent one

This animated short by Andres Tapeton of the Vancouver Film School takes a nighttime journey through peril and domestic tranquility.

vanishing ice

Art historian and curator Barbara Matilsky has created an exhibit for the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham called "Vanishing Ice," that looks at climate change through the eyes of painters and photographers.

seattle asian american film festival

Molly speaks with Kevin Bang, Co-Director of Seattle Asian American Film Festival. The 2014 festival February 6-9 at the Ark Lodge Cinemas in Columbia City.

film: history of greed

In this animated short from Vancouver Film School student Mauricio Dal Poggetto, a man disovers a fruit which is stolen by some monkeys only to leave some seeds.

a world of paper

A profile of a current exhibition at Bellevue Arts Museum. Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave recreates exquisite, life-size historical costumes and fabrics entirely out of paper.

hall's halls

A look inside the home of Seattle artist and engineer Kim David Hall. It's chock-full of captivating and imaginative sculptures and contraptions.

film: donutini sprinklestein and his inconvenient destiny

A sweet animated short created by Vancouver Film School student Vera Kobelkowsky Vidrio through the VFS Digital Character Animation program. Talk about reinvention!

lelavision's physical music

Lelavision, a Vashon Island-based movement and theater company, performs Physical Music with large metal objects.

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