Community Partners of Complex Movements: #LuluNation + #SadBoisHypeClub May 5, 2015

by Erin

The Complex Movements team were featured guests on the #LuluNation + #SadBoisHypeClub radio show at Hollow Earth Radio. Presented by UZURI Consulting/Lulu Carpenter, the radio show is a queer, trans, people of color talk radio show talking about what's complex, what's complicated, what's community. Check out the radio show and follow them here

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Community Partners of Complex Movements: Got Green? May 5, 2015

by Erin

Got Green? is a grassroots group in the Seattle area led by adults and young people of color that works to ensure that low-income people and communities of color in Seattle/King County can gain equal access to and reap the benefits promised by the green movement and the green economy – green jobs, access to healthy food, energy efficient and healthy homes,  and quality public transportation.

The Complex Movements team worked with Got Green? and others in a dialogue and workshop exploring climate change and criminaliation.  

Read more about Got Green?, their mission, history, and leaders, and find out ways to get involved on their website. 

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Community Partners of Complex Movements: Hillman City Collaboratory May 5, 2015

by Erin

Part of the work of the Complex Movements team involves identifying and building ties with local organizations. The Hillman City Collaboratory is a shared, rentable space founded by communites and individuals in Hillman City. Among many other things, the Collaboratory functions as an affordable place for groups and individuals, a shared office space for non-profits, a common room for various activites, a learning annex, a community kitchen, and much, much more. 

Learn more about the Hillman City Collaboratory, their history, and their many activities at their website. 

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15/16 SEASON IS HERE! May 4, 2015

by Monique

Read all about the new 15/16 Season line up and check out our latest subscription offerings to make sure you get the best deal for you. Don't forget the Early Bird discount when you subscribe before June 30.

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15/16 SEASON SNEAK PEEK #2 Apr 27, 2015

by Monique

A head of hair, a blanket of snow, a familial tale, physicality, community, intellect, dances and songs...all this and more coming up in 15/16. 

So close - just 4 days until Monday when we announce some of the amazing artists coming up next season! 

 

OtB_1516SeasonSneakPeek#2

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15/16 SEASON SNEAK PEEK #1 Apr 27, 2015

by Monique

Monday, May 4 we announce our 15/16 Season! We have a ton of amazing artists headed to OtB soon. Familiar faces, new artists, locak, national, and international work...these artists are defining contemporary performance worldwide and YOU will have the opportunity to see them up-close and personal. Here's something to pique your curiosity - check back for more throughout the week.

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Proaction Apr 20, 2015

by Rachael Ferguson

I attended Beware of the Dandelions this past Thursday evening and I will make sure that I attend another show before it ends. The piece done by Complex Movementsdynamically links art and social activism. The journey of Beware of the Dandelions engages the audience in dialogue and helps them address the core challenges within their communities. It's something to think about how creativity and innovation are birthed from the most harrowing circumstances. In this case- the decline of the once mighty Motor City, Detroit, and how it's citizens must fight for the right of water.

The allegory that was constructed by Complex Movements - musically, performatively and physically acts as a warning to those who wander the streets with rose colored glasses. Convenience and classism (and more "isms" intersectionally) have created a damaged and biased system. But from my observation the tale is true and not science fiction. It's happening. And now this...

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Comments on the OtB Blog Apr 19, 2015

by admin

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