...Andyjoe! He'll receive 2 Complete Series Subscriptions for our upcoming season.
We drew his name from this bag that contained over 100 names from everyone who commented in the past week:
Thanks to everyone who participated!
Remember that post last week with all the glitter and pipe cleaners? This weekend at Rimini Protokoll we'll be displaying the results of what happens when OtB staff is handed glitter, hot glue guns and other arts and craft supplies.
Are you a choreographer making contemporary dance? Want to have your work seen on the OtB stage? Want a chance at winning $10,000? Want to have people talking about your work for months after the curtain closes? If you said "yes" to any of those questions, don't forget to send in your application for The A.W.A.R.D. Show! 2011.
Today is the final day of the blog giveaway! A winner of the two 10/11 Complete Series Subscriptions will be announced tomorrow. In the meantime, here is the final question:
If you could ask an OtB artist any question, what would it be?
This could be a general question or one specifically geared towards one of the artists in our newly announced 10/11 season.
Here's what he had to say about the distribution of film online:
I completely agree with Gina, but if my ONLY chance of seeing companies from around the globe is on-line, I’ll take it. If I’m hemming & hawing about $40 tickets to something I prefer a little on-line taste to know if it’s worth it to step deeper and spend the money.
To Matthew’s point about the MET’s HD. A friend of mine discovered he loved opera this way. Never would have spent the cash to see opera of any sort without this.
The set is still coming in and now the videogame controllers are being unpacked. Check it out:
[Photo by Lane Czaplinski]
The book, Rimini Protokoll: Experts of the Everyday, contains essays and background info on Rimini Protokoll.
This is Arts Week in the Stranger's QuestionLand and guest art experts are currently hanging around on the site to answer your burning questions about art. Yesterday someone asked "are videogames art" and some debate has ensued. Click on over to their site to read about what people think in regards to the relationship between art and videogames.