Kevin Morby brought exciting, yet relaxed performance to High Noon Saloon

Lack of theatrics allowed audience to become immersed in instrumentals, vocals off tracks from 'Singing Saw'


Kevin Morby to bring energetic performance with collaborator Waxahatchee to High Noon

Artist speak on death, fear in latest music


Aboriginal exhibit plays with color, highlights Australian tales

Chazen plays host to yet another feat of exceptional art


‘El Camino Doloroso’: MFA student hopes to turn attention to painful journey of undocumented immigrants in art exhibition

Unfathomable journey by those of other countries to United States were on display in Humanities


UW professor discusses meaning, methodologies behind text in art at MMoCA

'Art/Word/Image' exhibition examines art with text, thoughts about breaking barriers between mediums, various ways they work cohesively


Cobi showcases captivating voice, lyrical ability at High Noon Saloon

Emerging artist warmed up crowd for band Black Pistol Fire


Dan Ramirez’s explores light and faith through ‘Certainty and Doubt’

Chicago-based artist expresses religious symbolism through minimalism in recent installment


Cults kept High Noon Saloon fans entertained with throwbacks, recent hits

Guests enjoyed openers Hideout, Cullen Omori who had fans of their own in attendance


‘The Memory Project: Faces of Joy’ details experiences, trauma of Syrian refugees

Project will be on display until Nov. 19 at the Ruth Davis Design Gallery


Filmmakers hope to broaden worldview of audience through ‘Walk a Mile in Their Shoes’

Jonny and Marie Justice are educating people on bias and teaching people how to fix social ills

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