Monthly Archives: January 2010

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In Search of the Invisible People

If you want to heat things up this winter we suggest getting over to Dixon Place to check out Niles Ford and Urban Dance Collective’s new show IN SEARCH OF THE INVISIBLE PEOPLE. Not only will you get to see some fantastic dance – you’ll

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Auto Da Fe at Baruch

Yet another show opening for APAP time is Josh Fox and International WOW’s staging of Masataka Matsuda’s AUTO DA FE at Baruch Performing Arts Center. AUTO DA FE is Matsuda Masataka’s breathtakingly poetic new work. A soldier named Odysseus A returns from war to find

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a decade's worth of dance

according to The TImes… If we measure the new choreography of the last decade against that of earlier ones, then 2000-9 was thin. and Dance critics like to look for hope in the best modern or postmodern choreography being shown in downtown Manhattan. I’ve seen

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hyperconnectivity and creativity

…hyper connectivity is what drives creativity, because it allows the person to draw information and ideas and emotions and experiences simultaneously from different parts of the brain and therefore not to rely so much on categorization of skills, or of ideas and so-on in a

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Culturemart at HERE, Jan 12-30

I just got the brochure for HERE‘s annual Culturemart in the mail and I’m impressed by the variety of work and by the riskiness of the program. And  I mean riskiness in the sense of  both the work, which I assume will be consistent with

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Five Questions for Andy Horwitz

Name: Andy Horwitz Title: Founder/Editor Organization: Culturebot.org URL: www.culturebot.org 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I grew up near Baltimore, MD in a suburb called PIkesville then went to college at Northwestern. After graduation a