Olympia artist's work is in fine feather

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Storyteller shares her journey to multicultural pride

Alyssa London Culture Story

“If you don’t know where you come from, it’s hard to know where you’re going.” Alyssa London is an author, founder of media company Culture Story, and the first Tlingit Miss Alaska USA. She told Tatevik Aprikyan her journey to confidence in her multicultural background wasn't easy, but now she uses the joy she found to help kids embrace their own identities and each other's.


The illuminated life and art of Cappy Thompson 🪟💡

Cappy Thompson

A colorful dreamscape tempts travelers at the Seattle-Tacoma airport to step into a wondrous world of magic and light. Artist Cappy Thompson began working with glass nearly five decades ago and fell in love with the legends, colors, and sensory experiences that become her works of art.  


Fred Hutch extension puts patients first

Fred Hutchisen

Cancer survivor Steve Lovell and a team of patients, caregivers, and medical professionals designed, built, and tested models to ensure the best possible care for patients and conditions for employees in Fred Hutchinson's new Cancer Center clinic in South Lake Union, now fully open.


Art of a feather 🪶

Artist Chris Maynard works on feathers

Artist Chris Maynard carves intricate stories out of real bird feathers. The shape, size, and natural coloring of the feather dictate those aspects of the final product, which is no accident. Find his show “Blind Birds, Winged Dreams” with Gilchun Koh at ArtX Contemporary through Nov. 25. 


Celebrating the life & legacy of Jená Cane

Jená Cane

Jená Cane was an actor, teaching artist, and co-founder of Citizen University with husband Eric Liu. People knew her as someone with an uncanny ability to make connections everywhere she went. Cane died Oct. 5, 2023, and Art Zone dedicated this most recent episode to her.