Dear beloved Open Flight Community,

The studio is now OPEN following very strict regulations. Please e-mail us for more info.

In community and with best wishes,
The Open Flight Team
(Aiko, Alice, Sara and Kimberly)

2021 Flight Deck Residency Application is AVAILABLE NOW.
More info here.
Applications must be received by 5pm Sunday, May 23, 2021
OFS is excited to announce a CALL to Movement Artists for Flight Deck 2021, a summer residency program awarding up to 40 hours of research/rehearsal time at OFS.  Former Flight Deck recipients include Vladimir Kremenović, Elby Brosch, Brittani Karhoff, Alyza DelPan-Monley, Gedney Barclay, Alia Swersky, Danielle Doell, Jessica Jobaris, Alice Gosti, Beth Graczyk, Allie Hankins, Wade Madsen, Ricki Mason, Marissa Rae Niederhauser, Amelia Reeber, Zoe Scofield, and Shannon Stewart among others.
OFS is a space for performance-based artists to research, experiment, develop, teach, dialog and perform. OFS strives to maintain a neutral space that is affordable and accessible to enable the goals, pursuits and interests of individual artists, groups and art advocates.

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Open Flight Studio (OFS) is a space for performance-based artists to research, experiment, develop, teach, dialog and perform. OFS strives to maintain a neutral space that is affordable and accessible to enable the goals, pursuits and interests of individual artists, groups and art advocates.
CIRCA 1954:

In this space, choreographer and dancer Martha Nishitani opened a school of dance in 1954. OFS took over the space in 2003. To learn more about the space’s history and the life of Seattle dance artist Martha Nishitani please read these insightful essays written by Paula Becker.

OPEN FLIGHT STUDIO HISTORY

MARTHA NISHITANI HISTORY