A visual feast: kaleidoscopic murals, immersive wearable art & ice-inspired glass

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The kaleidoscopic visual brilliance of Stevie Shao

Stevie Shao

With her impeccable design sense, vibrant color palette, and an endless array of original imagery, illustrator and muralist Stevie Shao transforms walls, streets, and buildings, inside and out, into exciting pieces of public art.


🐟 Returning salmon make a big splash at Carkeek Park

Salmon in Piper's Creek

Salmon leap, swim, and splash their way through Piper’s Creek in Carkeek Park on their way back from Puget Sound. This fish run of chum was added in the 1970s to replace the population that died out in 1927 due to overfishing and urban growth, but volunteers hope a natural run may return in the future.


City Inside/Out: Downtown Seattle is on an upswing, but future remains uncertain

Downtown Seattle skyline

Downtown Seattle is on an upswing with a rise in tourists and new stores opening in the city's core. But downtown, home to more than half the city's jobs, has an office vacancy problem, tech layoffs, and ongoing concerns about homelessness and public safety. City Inside/Out takes the pulse of the local economy.


“Winter Brilliance” dazzles & delights at Chihuly Garden and Glass

“Winter Brilliance” dazzles & delights at Chihuly Garden and Glass

Music, glass, and a light show come together in “Winter Brilliance.” The inaugural interactive show by Dale Chihuly at Chihuly Garden and Glass runs through Feb. 28, 2023, and features work he created for Barneys, New York, with brand new elements that seem to make the sculptures glow from within. 


Indigenous tribes unite to share practices and conservation efforts

Papua New Guinea and Lummi tribes

“We have common fights, common struggles, and a common will to protect.” The Lummi Nation, a Pacific Northwest Coast Salish tribe, and the Indigenous Papua New Guinea people of Yopno-Uruwa-Som (YUS) began a cultural exchange in 2018 that allows them to share history, traditions, and conservation strategies.


Councilmember Lewis talks details of city budget, a new alternative to 911 & more

Councilmember Lewis appears on the set of Council Edition

It was a busy November for the Seattle City Council, with the legislative branch recently passing a new city budget that drew three “no” votes. Councilmember Andrew J. Lewis explains why, discusses a soon-to-launch 911 alternative program, and more on Council Edition! 


Creativity & collaboration at King Street Station

IMMINENT MODE: US participants

Eight teams of artists explore the theme of US by exploring their unique cultural heritage and creating one-of-a-kind immersive installations that meld fashion and the built environment.You just have to see it! The exhibition runs through Jan. 5, 2023.