The Chocolate Factory Theater in Queens could present difficulties for an artist looking for an unobstructed space in which to realize his or her vision. Choreographer Beth Gill, however, used the theater’s odd dimensions and bare brick walls to her advantage in her latest work,
Katie Gaydos responds to New York Live Arts’ Live Ideas Festival.
Lydia’s thoughts on Faye Driscoll’s “Thank You For Coming” at Danspace at Beth Gill’s “New Work for the Desert” at NYLA
Catch 40 – 7 years of CATCH! – is coming up on Saturday 28 August at 8PM at the Bushwick Starr featuring Beth Gill, Neal Medlyn and special guest DJs Chris Giarmo and Dan Safer!
Meg Weeks, Hannah Cullen, and Emie Hughes respond to Netta Yerushalmy, Julian Barnett, and Big Dance Theater
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Lydia Mokdessi on Gwen Welliver’s Beasts and Plots.
When Andy isn’t running Culturebot he has this other gig working at LMCC. Or maybe its the other way around. Anyway, one of the things he does is organize The River To River Festival. This year’s Festival is a bit different than in previous years and here are a few ways to plan your adventure. 7 days a week from June17 – July 15 and FREE TO ALL!
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The Chocolate Factory announced there 2010-2011 season and it looks great! Line-up below. Complete information available at http://www.chocolatefactorytheater.org.
If, like the NY Times dance critic Alastair Macaulay, you are “only slightly acquainted with the work of three of these artists (Beth Gill, Ralph Lemon, Sarah Michelson) and not at all with three others (John Jasperse, Jennifer Monson, Anna Liv Young),” or even if
The Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) announces the lineup for the seventh annual 2009 Time-Based Art Festival (TBA:09) September 3-13, 2009 FESTIVAL INFORMATION 2009 Time-Based Art Festival (TBA:09) September 3 – 13, 2009, visual exhibitions and installations through October, 2009 Portland, Oregon USA Festival