Don’t miss this: THE ESCAPE ARTIST at the DIXON PLACE HOT! FESTIVAL 161 Chrystie Street (between Delancey and Rivington) ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY! Sunday, July 26th, at 9pm Original songs by John Kelly & Carol Lipnik collide with video dramatizations of the paintings of Caravaggio~~in an
Looks like there is some really interesting work at New Museum: Intersections Intersected: The Photography of David Goldblatt 7/15/09 – 10/11/09 For South African photographer David Goldblatt’s first major New York exhibition in over a decade, the New Museum brings together 114 images taken over the
Arts Presenters Announces the 2010 APAP Conference NYC: Risk. Opportunity. Now. Majora Carter, National Environmental Expert, To Address Attendees on Greening the Performing Arts Arts Presenters announces program highlights for the 2010 APAP Conference NYC, taking place from January 8-12 at the New York Hilton.
Philadelphia’s New Paradise Laboratories is working on a new project, FATEBOOK. Here’s the description from the website: A performance theatre work presented by the 2009 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. The performance is live, both in cyberspace and in real-space. The audience attends in both places.
this looks intriguing: FOUCAULT LAB: SUBJUGATED KNOWLEDGES Keynote Speaker: Paul Butler Saturday, July 25, 2009, 12-2PM Sculpture Center, University of Trash 44-19 Purves Street, Queens, NY The University of Trash at the Sculpture Center is an experiment in alternative architecture, urbanism, and pedagogy.An art exhibit
Every so often an idea or a story pops up that captivates the imagination of multiple people all at once and they all decide to make art about it. At the moment there are three projects about Harry Hay and the Mattachine Society either in
We hear good things about this: (video NSFW!) From the HERE website: Grotesque. Charming. Sordid. Tiny. Los Grumildos are automated puppets, miniature beings that skulk about a world somewhere between Victorian dollhouse and red light district. The brainchildren of Peruvian artist Ety Fefer finally land
Joan Acocella in The New Yorker suggests that “Jackson didn’t value his dancing enough.” Read the entire article for her take on MJ and dance.
Nature Theater of Oklahoma presents work-in-progress showings of LIFE AND TIMES – Episode 1 on Thursday, July 30, and Friday, July 31 at 7pm at the Austrian Cultural Forum, 11 East 52nd Street. Admission is free, but seating is very limited, so reservations are necessary.
Name: Satya Bhabha Title/Occupation: Actor Organization/Company: just me 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I grew up in London, UK until I was 12 and then in Chicago, IL for most of high school. I
Check out Bidoun! I just discovered this mag and it looks great!
Interesting article in the Sundance blog on the University of Arizona’s upcoming Defining Sustainability Exhibit. Sounds cool: The fall 2009 season, Defining Sustainability, is a series of dynamic and interactive projects that will come together at the ASU Art Museum and its Ceramics Research Center to