arts

art seen: ellie & amy

Seattle dancers/choreographers Ellie Sandstrom and Amy O'Neal have created a unique and enduring collaborative partnership.

performance: poet laureate <br/> elizabeth austen

Elizabeth Austen was recently named Washington State Poet Laureate, and came by the PIE studios to talk about and read poety.

film: the man who saw a boat

The life of a man living underwater is questioned when a boat floats over his head, in this animated short from Vancouver Film School.

humaira abid

Humaira Abid divides her time between Pakistan and Seattle, and she creates unbelievably intricate works with wood and paint.

african american film festival

Now in its 11th year, the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival features films from around the world and by local filmmakers. From an 18th century epic tale to a black Western, sci-fi, animation, and environmental films, catch these and a lot more at the festival focused on films by and about African Americans.

film: time to go

An elderly man receives a visitor from above in this animated short by Vancouver Film School student Arian Rahimian.

bellingham theatre guild

The Bellingham Theatre Guild is one of the oldest continuously operated community theatres on the West Coast. PIE goes backstage with the volunteers who break a leg to keep community theatre thriving in the 21st century.

lion dance

The LQ Lion Dance group performs at Lunar New Year Celebrations in Seattle's International District.

film: after the rain

This short film by Pacific Northwest Ballet presents Kylee Kitchens and Seth Orza, performing on a rainy day. Choreography by Christopher Wheeldon, with pianist Allan Dameron and violinist Michael Lim.

ReScene: suquamish totem

An old picture of a totem pole leads us to Suquamish, a quiet reservation by the sound steeped in Native history.

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