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Pat Graney's Fireside Chat Oct 15, 2010

Pat Graney wil be joining Amy O'Neal, Charles Mudede, Peter Boal, DJ Spooky and others next Satuday as part of one of City Art Festival's Fireside Chats. Head to the Sorrento on Oct 23 at noon about art and theft in dance and music.

Details at City Arts Festival.

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OtB receives $500,000 capital grant from the Kresge Foundation Oct 14, 2010

Did you hear from the Seattle Times that OtB has received a capital grant from the Kresge Foundation? [Scroll down for the OtB news]

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Keeping the Faith Oct 13, 2010

Keeping the Faith is Pat’s 15+ year educational program that the NY Times once called “one of the nation’s most innovative programs for inmates.” It includes both The Prison Project and Transitions. From Pat’s site:

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Early reading for Ralph Lemon Oct 13, 2010

Ralph Lemon has been touring How Can You Stay in the House All Day and Not Go Anywhere? for a few weeks now, including stops at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the Walker Art Center, and is currently gearing up for the NYC premiere at BAM.

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2011 NW New Works Festival Informational Meeting Oct 12, 2010

TONIGHT | 6 – 8pm | Mainstage Lobby
Regional Programs Director Sean Ryan and other OtB staff will be on hand to go over the application process and answer any questions you may have in applying. We will go over what has worked and what hasn’t worked in the past. We will also go over what works as a work sample. Feel free to bring any renditions of project proposals so that you can ask questions at the end about how your drafts are coming. Hope to see you there to raise a glass and talk shop.

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A Beginner's Guide to Pat Graney Oct 12, 2010

1. Pat has been creating work in Seattle for nearly 30 years. From her first piece in 1982 up until now, she has been a mainstay of the local dance scene and has toured widely (the original tours of Faith, Sleep and Tattoo took Pat and company everywhere from NYC to Germany to Chile). Take a look at this quick overview of Pat’s productions from over the years.

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Documenting and archiving performance art Oct 12, 2010

Artists, galleries and museums are beginning to tackle the question of how to archive and own performance art, work which is often without a final object. The Financial Times article "Performance art in the marketplace" is an interesting read about what some gallerists and artists, including Marina Abramovic, are working on. Check it out!

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Pat Graney's Faith and Caravaggio Oct 12, 2010

When Pat Graney created Faith in 1991, she referenced a series of Caravaggio's paintings. Check out some of the images after the jump and see if you can spot how these are quoted in Faith, the first part of Faith Triptych.

The Calling of Saint Matthew
[The Calling of Saint Matthew]

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More reviews of b.c, janvier 1545, fontainebleau. Oct 8, 2010

OtB's season opener offers beauty, world-renowned performers, and loss of hearing
-Seattle Examiner

Christian Rizzo's Stuporous Tableaux are Minimalist, Hour-Long
-The SunBreak

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