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The SAM Report: “Double Exposure” Closes Soon…JUST OPENED: In This Imperfect Present Moment

September 4, 2018 •   Perfect for your First Thursday plans, make it a point to see Double Exposure this week...

Audrey Hepburn in a My Fair Lady costume designed and photographed by Sir Cecil Beaton

The Many Fascinating Sides of Sir Cecil Beaton Featured in “Love, Cecil”

August 30, 2018 • Sir Cecil Beaton CBE (1904-1980) was many, many things. An acclaimed...

Imminent Mode Lore August 18

Queer + Fashion + Art + Music = “Imminent Mode” @ Vermillion Gallery

August 9, 2018 • On this hot, hot, HOT day here is an opportunity to see some queer street level original...

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Fashion Meets Film For Special Screening of “McQueen” Documentary

August 1, 2018 • Fashion fiends, especially ones who still mourn the loss of Alexander McQueen, arguably the...

Installation view of Project 42: Jono Vaughan at the Seattle Art Museum. © Seattle Art Museum. Photo: Natali Wiseman.

Jono Vaughan’s “Project 42” Closes August 5th at SAM

July 23, 2018 • It’s your final 2 weeks to see the incredible  Project 42: Jono...

Art: Jordan Christianson at Salon Bar-

Capitol Hill Art Walk Teams Up With PrideFest For Monthly Event

June 14, 2018 • You have even more reason to check out this month’s Capitol Hill Art Walk...

Project 42: Jono Vaughan

First Thursday @ SAM: Craft Flowers to Honor Trans Women with Jono Vaughan

June 5, 2018 • Seattle-based artist Jono Vaughan contends with the pattern of violence against...

marching in Gucci Poster June 2018

Gayly Forward: Queer Arts And Early Pride Events Kick Off June

June 1, 2018 •     PRIDE MONTH IS HERE!! Clear your calendars for an onslaught in...

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Vermillion Art Gallery/Lounge Turns 10 With Big Party This Friday!

May 30, 2018 • Vermillion Gallery & Lounge, 1508 11th Avenue (just off of Pike)...

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Gayly Forward: “ReShape” , “Lustré” and “A Fantastic Woman” Screening Weekend Highlights

May 24, 2018 •   Gayly Forward: Queer arts shows this week & beyond  ...

Producer Eddie DeHais is a disabled trans artist who uses radical empathy and collaboration to investigate erasure and stigma around mental health.

“ReShape” Uses Art To Shed the Secrecy Around Mental Health

May 23, 2018 • Coming Up This Weekend, ReShape Uses Art to Shed the Secrecy and Reshape Our Conversations...

Art by Kimisha Turner, for Don't Call It a Riot!

Honoring the Black Panther Party and Generations of Activism in Seattle

May 21, 2018 •     Amontaine Aurore’s powerful play (Don’t Call It a Riot!) just...

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Gayly Forward: Queer Arts & Shows This Week & Beyond

May 18, 2018 • * = Top picks! (as selected through R Barron’s fogged-up lenses alone)   Now thru 5/19...

The Male Gaze

Art We Can Get Behind: “The Male Gaze” At Gallery 1/1

May 15, 2018 • Gallery 1/1, the “unique photographic gallery” in Ballard, is opening a new show...

Choreographer/director/artistic director/teacher Donald Byrd will be honored by Cornish College of the Arts with an honorary degree

Cornish Awards Spectrum Dance Theatre’s Donald Byrd With Honorary Degree

May 6, 2018 •  Spectrum Dance Theater’s Artistic Director Donald Byrd will be awarded an honorary...

Bumbershoot Poster 2018

Bumbershoot Announces 2018 Line-Up: Headliners include SZA, Ludacris, Chromeo, Blondie

April 30, 2018 • Bumbershoot, Seattle’s huge annual music/arts festival is happening over...

A performer at a previous LEGENDARY CHILDREN at Seattle Art Museum. Photo: Photo: Naomi Ishisaka

Just Announced: The Return of LEGENDARY CHILDREN At SAM On April 14

March 16, 2018 • Grab your tickets NOW because THIS is a party that quickly sells out…it’s the...

Photographer and trans activist Florencia Güimaraes Garcia and Alejandro Pablo Rodriguez met almost two decades ago. In 2016 they finally tied the knot, six years after same-sex marriage was made legal in Argentina. Florencia was forced to leave her family when she came out, leaving her no choice but to pursue sex work. With Alejandro's support, Florencia stopped doing sex work and embarked on a new life. "All of us have suffered the effects of transphobia, of being expelled from our homes when we become girls." Photo: Kike Arnal

New Press’s “Revealing Selves” Highlights Transgender Lives In Argentina

March 12, 2018 • A fascinating new photo book from New Press focuses on yet another queer community in the...

The main hallway is bigger than my apartment. You could have ORGIES in this hall.

The “Call Me By Your Name” Villa Is For Sale

February 21, 2018 • Who is buying it for me? I neeeeeeeeeeeed it!!!!!!!! A lot of people went to...