To Whom It May Concern

A Live Monthly Show

Archive for the month “February, 2024”


You can listen to an episode from the To Whom It May Concern archives this Sunday February 18th 8:30pm on KMRE 88.3FM. You can listen from almost anywhere in the world by visiting KMRE’s website and choosing the LISTEN LIVE button.


Kimberly is lending us her voice to read the “lobby letter” – a communal letter typed on a vintage typewriter by audience members passing through the New Prospect Theatre. Doesn’t that sound grand!


Andrew, a co-producer on the KMRE radio versions of To Whom It May Concern, has decided to step in front of the microphone and share a few letters from the gilded years of advertising.


Nico will read a letter Thursday February 15th 7pm at the New Prospect Theatre.

Always in awe of the ocean, dramatic movements of clouds and the inescapable humbling power of nature, her work is a meditation into the unpredictability and transience of the human experience. Her studio practice includes painting, print arts, poetry, prose & book arts, music & video production. In addition to new conceptual visual & music projects in the works, she has a forthcoming book of prose and illustration titled, Drawing Clouds, coming out in 2024 from Bored Wolves Publishing.

Originally from a coastal town in central California, she left her home state in 1992 to live in the Pacific Northwest. She briefly moved to Lexington, Kentucky in 2021 and then made her return to Bellingham, Washington in June 2023.

Since receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Visual Art from the University of Washington at the turn-of-the-century, she has been developing, showing and refining her multidisciplinary practice. When not deep into a creative project, she spends time lost in thought on nature walks with her dog, meets-up for coffee with her college-aged kid, play’s D&D and takes improv classes with her partner of many years.

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