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Kate Ok is an Arts & Culture section editor from Orange County, California. She is a junior concentrating in English and really wants a Moon Juice on Thayer.

Articles by Katherine Ok (35)

In honor of their fifth album featured songs developed during improvisational sessions.

Arts & Culture

Sonic Youth celebrates 30th anniversary of ‘Daydream Nation’

November 5, 2018 Comments are Disabled

The only way to step forward is to look back — in this case, Sonic Youth, comprising Thurston Moore, Kim Gordon and Lee Ranaldo, commemorate their fifth studio album Daydream Nation’s 30th anniversary, reaffirming their influence and reign over underground, alternative music.

Arts & Culture

Slowdive’s “Souvlaki” celebrates 25 years of influence on indie rock

October 15, 2018 Comments are Disabled

English indie band Slowdive celebrates the 25th anniversary of their seminal 1993 LP “Souvlaki” this year.

Arts & Culture

Yves Tumor releases Warp Records debut

October 8, 2018 Comments are Disabled

Italy-based artist Sean Bowie, more famously known as Yves Tumor, released his new album “Safe in the Hands of Love” to Warp Records Sept. 5, demonstrating his ability to unravel everything that we consider to be “experimental music.”

“Good Grief” highlighted the Internal Family Systems therapy method, which encourages engaging  with one’s “subpersonalities.”

Arts & Culture

Everett Company’s ‘Good Grief’ grapples with physical, emotional trauma

October 1, 2018 1 comment

Thursday evening, a bustling audience gathered in the Granoff Center for Creative Arts to see Everett Company’s “Good Grief” — a multimedia performance centered around trauma’s grip on both mind and body.

ARMS co-founders Mirabella Roberts ‘20 (left) and Nicole Spring ‘20.5 (right) hope to continue their mission to combat the stigma surrounding mental health by creating outlets for artistic expression. Moving forward, they will focus on fundraising and planning similar performances and events.

Arts & Culture

Mental health nonprofit hosts first open mic night

September 26, 2018 1 comment

Art to Reduce Mental Health Stigma kicked off Friday night with the Express Your Psych Open Mic Night, an event aimed at creating a safe space in Providence for individuals to illuminate and express their experiences with mental health through all mediums of art.

Multimedia by Katherine Ok (20)