Sound Update – Podcast

Oly Update
Fridays

As of November 2017, Sound Update is produced and recorded by Mark Alford. We invite you to join OLY ARTS for a great Olympia weekend!


The OLY ARTS Podcast is available everywhere. Here’s how to get it:

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OLY ARTS on Stitcher

OLY ARTS on Player FM

 


 


2017

NOVEMBER 10-12

NOVEMBER 3-5

OCTOBER 27-29

OCTOBER 20-22

OCTOBER 13-15

OCTOBER 6-8

SEPTEMBER 29 – OCTOBER 1

SEPTEMBER 22-24

SEPTEMBER 15-17

SEPTEMBER 8-10

SEPTEMBER 1-3

AUGUST 25-27

AUGUST 18-20

AUGUST 11-13

AUGUST 4-7

JULY 28-30

JULY 21-23

JULY 4-16

JULY 7-9

JUNE 30

JUNE 23-25

JUNE 16-18

JUNE 9-11

JUNE 2-4

MAY 26-28

MAY 19-21

MAY 12-14

MAY 5-7

APRIL 28-30

APRIL 21-23

APRIL 14-16

APRIL 7-9

MARCH 31 – APRIL 2

MARCH 24-26

MARCH 17-19

MARCH 10-12

MARCH 3-5

FEB. 24-26

FEB. 17-19

FEB. 10-12

FEB. 3-5

JAN. 27-29

JAN. 13-15

JAN. 6-8, 2017

2016

DEC. 30 – JAN. 1

DEC. 23-25

DEC. 16-18

DEC. 9-11

DEC. 2-4

NOV. 25-27

NOV. 18-20

NOV. 11-13

 


The OLY ARTS Podcast is available everywhere. Here’s how to get The OLY ARTS Podcast:


Where's my printed copy?


In response to the current situation surrounding COVID-19, and following the recommendations of the CDC and other officials, we have suspended the distribution of printed copies until further notice.

Although you will not find copies of OLY ARTS on the tables of your favorite coffee shop, restaurant, theatre, etc., we will continue publishing high quality articles for free here online.


We are a small, independent community publication. In order to meet our mission and provide the best possible free arts coverage in our community, we rely on partnerships with local arts supporters and organizations.

If you feel that continued coverage of our local arts and culture is important to you, please join our list of supporters by making a small contribution.


I know that we will make it through this uncertain time if we continue to focus on what’s important — the health, safety and stability of our local communities and populations.

Billy Thomas, Publisher

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