Some sweet day (Oct 15 - Nov 4 2012) is a three-week program of dance performances in the Museum's Marron Atrium by contemporary choreographers.
Seattle Met took a poll of Seattle dancers, musicians, actors and culture gurus about what they artists stood out in 11/12 and what performances they're looking forward to in the upcoming season. The list is full of great things to look for, including quite a few OtB alums and upcoming artists.
Join Artist Trust and On The Boards for a stimulating discussion about innovation in the arts.
Congratulations to choreographer Pat Graney winner of the Arts Innovator Award, and to visual artists SuttonBeresCuller, winner of the Arts Innovator Special Recognition Award.
Catch up with 2 OtB alums - Laura Curry and Lori Dillon - over happy hour tonight at NW Film Forum. Check it out:
Flavorwire interviewed OtB alumni Reggie Watts about his ongoings this past year the Mayan 2012 prophecy and more! Read the text and watch the footage of the interactive interview here.
Check out this sweet online comic about OtB alum Reggie Watts! Created by Seth Kushner, as part of the Culture Pop series. Be sure to flip through the whole story.
We've got just the thing to brighten your holiday this year! A lonely Christmas song by OtB alum Young Jean Lee.
First up is Ginny Ruffner who recently opened a show at the Bellevue Art Museum. Read the Sunday feature on her: "Ginny Ruffner's art blooms at Bellevue Arts Museum and on film"