Young filmmakers from around the world converge on Seattle for the National Film Festival for Talented Youth.
PIE talks to comic artist Art Spiegelman about the evolution of his work from bubble gum cards to biting social commentary, now presented as a retrospective at the Vancouver Art Gallery .
Guest interviewer John Keister chats with the filmmakers behind "Welcome to Doe Bay," a Reel NW Season 3 film about a fast-growing music festival in the San Juan Islands.
Local toddlers learn how to breakdance from one of the country's top crews - the Massive Monkees. [ go to a Mini Breaks class ]
A visit to the new Bellevue Arts Museum exhibit shows how maneki neko cats became an icon of good fortune.
Our host Bill chats with the artists of “Hedgebrook Rising,” a night of poetry and performance at Town Hall Seattle.
Spoken word artist Rose McAleese fires up the PIE studio.
Visit Seattle Art Museum's exhibit of masterworks from a real-life "Downton Abbey"
You don't have to be Bard on the Beach Artistic Director Christopher Gaze to talk like Hamlet. Gaze's riveting monologue reveals how we are all speaking Shakespeare without knowing it.
How can the "Timeless Coast Salish Realm" and an opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart be one and the same? The Magic Flute becomes a critically acclaimed "opulent theatrical experience" set in the Northwest.