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January 2014

The Future List

Meet the 12 artists and innovators who will define 2014

The balancing act: Joselynn Tokashiki Engstrom. The rapper: Gifted Gab. The class clown: Linas Phillips. The activist: Aaron Huey. The new animal: Markeith Wiley. The gallerist: Sharon Arnold. The chameleon: Justin Huertas. The producer: Sam Anderson.The connector: Olivia McCausland. The alchemist: Alex Osuch (aka DJAO). The designer: Matthew Parker. The inventor: Jeri Ellsworth.
In This Issue

To Stage,  From Scratch

Nurturing confrontational new plays like A Great Wilderness is critical, no matter how pricey and labor-intensive.

Q&A with Damien Jurado

After 15 years and 11 albums, Eternal Son finds Jurado heading into unknown sonic territory, immersive and otherworldly.

Southern Comfort

Southern food arrives as the latest niche import into Seattle's restless restaurant scene, merging warm hospitality and rich flavors.

Album of the Month: Dehumanize by Dude York

Sans cliche or shortcut, Dehumanize is rock 'n' roll at its most fun and unabashed.

Genre Bender

City Arts presents Genre Bender. Five pairs of artists will create new works for the event, fusing a range of styles and influences into an unforgettable performance. Sat. Feb. 15 and Sun. Feb. 16. $20 advance/$30 day of show.

Win It!

City Arts is thrilled to be able to offer our readers access to some of the hottest events in Seattle, for FREE! Visit our WIN IT! page for details. Events change often, so check back regularly. Good luck!

Art Walk Awards

It's time for the Winter edition of Art Walk Awards, courtesy of Blue Moon and City Arts. Join us at Sole Repair Thurs. Jan. 9 as we award cash prizes to the top three voted artists. FREE | 21+ | 7-11 p.m. | RSVP required.
Online Exclusives

Here's Looking at You, Kid

Amanda Manitach looks back at 2013 and gives us her top 10 art moments of the year.

Doing Comedy on New Year's Eve

Local veteran comics dish on the the worst best-paid gig of the year.

Creepy Cuteness of Vox Fabuli

Rachel Jackson's Vox Fabuli puppets are anything but expected.
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