If you’re going to be in Pittsburgh, this looks interesting: The Kelly Strayhorn Theater continues its commitment to contemporary dance with its second annual newMoves Contemporary Dance Festival May 13 – 16, 2010. newMoves celebrates the best of contemporary Pittsburgh dance, with invited guest artists
In conjunction with the 7th annual Fusebox Festival, a contemporary art and performance festival that takes place in Austin, TX each April, culturebot.org presents Fusebox Talks, a series of interviews and podcasts with the select artists from the festival. This podcast is with Luke Savisky
On May 21-22, 2010 at 8PM The Chocolate Factory will host their first solo international commission, The Work The Work by Irish duo Fitzgerald & Stapleton (Emma Fitzgerald and Aine Stapleton). According to the website: The Work The Work debates the interplay of individuality, power,
MADE HERE is a new documentary series and website devoted to the challenging and eclectic lives of performing artists in New York City. It looks like its going to be a really insightful and positive documentation of the trials, tribulations and joys of being an
“Creativity is kind of like pornography — you know it when you see it,” said Rex Jung, a research scientist at the Mind Research Network in Albuquerque. Dr. Jung, an assistant research professor in the department of neurosurgery at the University of New Mexico, said his
Just back from Witness Relocation’s production of Toshiki Okada’s Five Days in March at LaMama. I saw the original Chelftisch production at Japan Society a little over a year ago. More recently I saw the PlayCo.’s version of Okada’s Enjoy at 59E59, directed by Dan
I leaned down to speak to a charming young girl in a maroon dress staring candidly up at Nan Swid’s Combination Wall 2 (2009) at Gallery 9E 508 West 26th St. in Chelsea, Thursday evening. “What do you see?” I asked confidentially, hoping for a
Stax your way into the weekend with Sam and Dave:
Thursday night took us out to CPR for a dance concert featuring Kyle Abraham and Miguel Gutierrez as part of the Queer Conscience festival. The place was packed, I’ve never seen so many people crammed into CPR before, and the energy was festive and congenial.
The National Endowment for the Arts has announced that Dance Theater Workshop will receive two highly competitive and prestigious grants. Through the American Masterpieces: Dance 2010 program Dance Theater Workshop will receive $150K in support of projects highlighting the works of Trisha Brown, Meredith Monk, John Kelly, and Yvonne Meier.
Does anyone out there have a connection at Routledge Press? I just found two titles that I would love to read and review but I just can’t afford to shell out the dough right now. I’ve been thinking a lot about cognition and how the
The 14th annual Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, which runs from September 3 – 18, 2010, will showcase 18 cutting-edge programs featuring over 35 original dance, theater, and music works by acclaimed U.S. artists from Philadelphia and New York, along with internationally recognized artists from France, China, and Ireland. With