"Nostalgia is on fast-forward" - Findlay//Sandsmark in the New York Times Magazine Oct 27, 2015

by Erin

photo by Paula Lobo

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COME WORK WITH OTB Oct 22, 2015

by mikeker_admin

OtB is now hiring the following position:

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PRACTICAL GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP: With On the Boards Oct 20, 2015

by Erin

Thurs, Oct 29, 2015 | 5 - 7pm
At the Frye Art Museum

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SHORE: Performance | Part 4 of 4 Oct 19, 2015

by Natasha Marin

The smell of rain, whales’ gaze, deep breathing, harmonic, gasp. This syncopates everything.

Somehow Whale, the Symbol becomes Whale the Portal. There are songs of whispering. There is belly. There is undulation. There is water. There is opening. There is a throughway and a way through.

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SHORE: PERFORMANCE | Part 3 of 4 Oct 19, 2015

by Natasha Marin

Something is shaken out and up from the earth. There is a beat that is beyond our ability to hear—a stirring, a shaking, a clear PULL.

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SHORE: Performance | Part 2 of 4: Catalyst Artistic Director: Emily Johnson Oct 17, 2015

by Natasha Marin

I can see the creator humbled by herself. The drums, the billowing red, the blinking eyes, the harmonic.

This is a dialogue of moving bodies. The swish of arms in coats. Frozen fingers. Pantylines. This is real.

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Sounds from The Shore Oct 16, 2015

by Petra Zanki

It comes and it runs away
it comes and it runs away
it comes and it runs away
the wind through the leaves of poplars

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GATHER HERE | Part 1 of 4: Review of SHORE: Performance Oct 16, 2015

by Natasha Marin

I am greeted by a red-owl-eyed, Emily Johnson, in a parking lot underneath a clear night sky.

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REVIEW of SHORE: STORY (A Curated Reading) Oct 14, 2015

by Natasha Marin

SHORE: A Curated Reading
Catalyst Artistic Director: Emily Johnson

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Tenant Work Space Available at On the Boards Oct 12, 2015

by Erin

Commercial work space in the On the Boards building available now. Tons of natural light, recently remodeled. Cement floor, beautiful light fixtures, great neighbors in a lovely neighborhood. Open work area with one private office.

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ALL ABOUT EMILY JOHNSON Oct 9, 2015

by Erin

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Whats Rage Oct 7, 2015

by Tracy Rector

My relationship to rage is long and varied from childhood to this very moment as I write.

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"The Mind of Pat Graney" - Marcie Sillman on Girl Gods Oct 6, 2015

by Erin

Marcie Sillman talks about Girl Gods at "And Another Thing", her culture blog:

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Girl Gods Oct 4, 2015

by Amontaine Aurore

Pat Graney’s new work makes no apologies. It is a bold and explosive treatise on the seething underbelly of female anger. That anger is born of many things, not the least of which are the explicit as well as insidious messages that expressing it would be unattractive. It is derived by stuffing ourselves into the too-small cultural boxes aimed at keeping us cute, sexy, small, and silent.

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"Girl Gods explores female anger and appetite" - The Seattle Times reviews Girl Gods Oct 2, 2015

by Erin

The Seattle Times reviews Girl Gods:

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I don’t pretend to know anything Oct 2, 2015

by James Holt

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Tea in Damascus Oct 2, 2015

by Yonnas T Getahun

Tea in Damascus

At certain times of the day
The men weep while the women laugh.

A chargin of porcelain cover the streets
Where then fathers shuddering
Send sons to sew cups of medicine.

And daughters and aunts and mothers
Shrine the beginning and end of history.

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