Creative Differences with Claudia La Rocco Mar 6, 2016
FREE • WAITLIST RSVP'S ONLY OtB Mainstage Lobby
"Criticism is art. It’s unruly—but also tethered to the art of others, and to whatever culture(s) it seeks to interrogate. These are my beliefs, anyway. What are yours? This two and a half-hour workshop will attempt to function like a mini-laboratory, open to individuals interested in understanding themselves and their world through art." - Claudia La Rocco
Participants should bring a piece of writing (minimum one line, maximum one page) about a performance they’ve seen in the last six months, and are welcome to write about any On the Boards events. This workshop will take place prior to the OtB performance of Dana Michel's Yellow Towel. We invite you to sign up for the workshop, grab tickets to the show, and immerse yourself in a full day of art and critical thinking.
Sunday, Mar 6, 2016
12:30 – 3pm* | FREE
*Please note time change for this event.
Reservations are currently full! We will provide a short wait-list and notify you 1-day prior if there are any cancellations. Reserve your spot on the waitlist by emailing email@example.com. We’ll email back to confirm and complete the reservation!
Claudia La Rocco is the author of The Best Most Useless Dress (Badlands Unlimited), selected poetry, performance texts, images and criticism, and the novel petit cadeau, which was published by The Chocolate Factory Theater as a print edition of one and a four-day, interdisciplinary live edition. She edited I Donʼt Poem: An Anthology of Painters (Off the Park Press) and Dancers, Buildings and People in the Streets, the catalogue for Danspace Projectʼs PLATFORM 2015, which she curated. She has been presented by The Walker Art Center, The Kitchen, The Whitney Museum of American Art, et al., and is also the first writer-in-residence at On the Boards theater in Seattle. She is a columnist for ARTFORUM and a contributing editor to Emergency Index (Ugly Duckling Presse). Her collaborators include the choreographer Michelle Ellsworth, the performance company Findlay//Sandsmark and the musician/composer Phillip Greenlief, with whom she is animals & giraffes.
More about Claudia and her work as the OtB Writer in Residence.