The Collaborative Hits the Internet
The first issue was originally slated to be published last month, but the print edition of Proctors’ new monthly arts magazine has now been pushed back to January. Fortunately, The Collaborative is now making its presence known online with a website was launched on Tuesday (December 4).
The magazine’s publisher is Jim Murphy (director of marketing and corporate relations at Proctors Collaborative), and David Howard King (formerly editor of The Alt, which published it final issue in September) is the editor and associate publisher.
NOTE: The Collaborative is the monthly arts magazine published by Proctors, while Proctors Collaborative is the umbrella name for Proctors and its consortium of other venues and arts organizations.
In addition to some recycled content from The Alt, here’s some of what you’ll currently find on The Collabortive’s website:
Interviews with muralist Samson Contompasis, choreographer Nadine Medina of Troy Dance Factory and Danielle Broeker & Katt Dicocco of “The V Spot” podcast, as well as musicians Johnny 2 Phones, Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis and members of Slothrust
Photo galleries of The Sea The Sea at Troy Dance Factory and Courtney Love at Basilica Hudson
Feature stories on recently opened arts incubators The Lumberyard in Catskill and the Electric City Barn in Schenectady
Music by The Age and Olivia Quillio
Columns by actor-director Patrick White and Locrian guitarist Andre Foisy