"Former Pacific Northwest Ballet star and current artistic director of Grand Rapids Ballet, Patricia Barker, will become the Royal New Zealand Ballet's twelfth artistic director and only the second female director in its 64-year history."
The Royal New Zealand Ballet has appointed a retired American ballerina as its next Artistic Director. Patricia Barker, former star of Pacific Northwest Ballet and currently the AD at Grand Rapids Ballet, will begin with RNZB later this month. Wow,...
On Saturday John Alexander conducts the Pacific Chorale for the last time as artistic director. After a 45-year run – one of the longest in American choral music – Alexander will step aside and the group’s longtime assistant conductor, Robert Istad, will take his place beginning next season. Istad studied under Alexander at California State […]
The Orange County Museum of Art's second triennial of artists from the Pacific Rim, Building as Ever, focuses on architecture and related social issues like displacement and globalization The post The California-Pacific Triennial Spotlights Architecture’s Power Dynamics appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Several artists who collaborated to bring the California-Pacific Triennial exhibition to the Orange County Museum of Art to fruition will take part in a panel discussion about their projects and the topic of architecture relative to the Pacific Rim. The Pacific Rim is comprised of nations around the rim of the Pacific Ocean. The exhibit […]
Killjoy Collective in Portland, OR is a feminist alternative gallery space giving a platform to women and women-identifying artists in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
The Oregon artist celebrates her multicultural Pacific Northwest upbringing through her art.
Mami Kataoka, Artistic Director of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, today revealed the first group of 21 artists selected for the 21st edition of the Asia Pacific?s leading contemporary art event. With around 70 artists expected to be included...Show More Summary
This week we are pleased to welcome Patricia Barker, Artistic Director of Grand Rapids Ballet and former Pacific Northwest Ballet Principal Dancer. Patricia began her ballet training in Richland, WA and later studied at the Boston Ballet...Show More Summary
Accompanying the release of the new Moby and The Void Pacific Choir single “Are You Lost In The World Like Me“, is an incredible old-timey styled animation by the talented artist Steve Cutts. The video cynically portrays a lonely person who dreams of bigger things while trying fit in with a largely doomed, voyeuristic society […]
A new playlist of genre-blending singles from artists and bands across the country, from the deep south to the heartland to the Pacific Northwest, and […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
by Stranger Things To Do Staff This week, don't miss the opening of the Pacific Northwest Ballet's Director's Choice, artistic director Peter Boal's spring breeze of ballets, specially selected to show off innovative new work and modern-era classics that could stand another look. Show More Summary
A new playlist of genre-blending singles from artists and bands across the country, from the deep south to the heartland to the Pacific Northwest, as […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
Today we are joined by Peter Boal, Artistic Director of Pacific Northwest Ballet. After completing his training at the School of American Ballet, Peter became a member of the New York City Ballet in 1983 and was promoted in Principal in 1989. Show More Summary
Drew Broderick discusses the legacy and long-term effects of colonialism in the Pacific.
This week happy to welcome back Doug Fullington, assistant to the artistic director at Pacific Northwest Ballet and the company’s education program’s manager. Mr. Fullington is a lauded dance historian, capable of reading Stepanov notation, a classical ballet notation system developed in Russia. Show More Summary
Michael Govan of LACMA, about the Pacific Standard Time art festival opening in the fall, known as PST LA/LA (one of the LAs is for Latin America): "We have so much to do to make everyone understand how connected our cultures are — how connected we are.... There is no us and them. There […]
Friday, February 3rd, Bandcamp will donate 100% of profits to the ACLU. Here's some tunes hand-picked by our music editors to inform your choices. by Amber Cortes For 24 hours, beginning at 12:01am Pacific Time on Friday Feb 3 (that's...Show More Summary
The Artist Has Been Very Vocal About The Current Political Climate.
Celebrated as the best independent event for musical and artistic discovery, Pickathon is delighted to announce its diverse lineup for 2017. Taking place August 3–6, 2017 at Pendarvis Farm, the 19th edition of the Pacific Northwest’s...Show More Summary