Five Questions with Karole Armitage whose Armitage Gone! Dance will perform at Jacob’s Pillow July 14–18. Click through for the interview and more info on the show. (Photo: William Isaac and Emily Wagner in “Three Theories”; Photo by Julieta Cervantes)
BAC Gallery seeks proposals from emerging and mid-career independent curators for its 2011 spring and fall exhibitions.
The NY Times has an interesting article on how Davos Fellows are using theater training to hone their public presentation and leadership skills.
Games perpetually revolutionize computer use toward denser interaction with the human mind. To do that, they perpetually revolutionize themselves. Understanding the next frontiers of the genre is one way to understand where society is going. Game designer Jesse Schell explores the social, cognitive, and technological trends in computer game design and use.
Little Dances Everywhere and the Brooklyn Moviehouse (Housed at 3rd Ward in the winter, and in Sternberg Park in the summer) are making a crowd-sourced, multimedia dance film and time capsule of the summer in Sternberg Park and they’re looking for submissions of video footage.
With all the recent talk of arts organizations facing eviction or negotiating potential mergers, here’s a bit of strategic partnering: 3-Legged Dog and The Ohio Theatre announced OHIO INTERRUPTED @ 3LD, the Ohio’s new 3-year residency at 3LD Art & Technology Center. Robert Lyons, Artistic
At this time of year Culturebot gets a lot of pitches from newly-minted college grads who are either promoting their shows in The Fringe or looking for their first writing gigs. Here’s some advice. And a footnote from William S. Burroughs.
Check out our Five Questions with Maria Dizzia, most recently seen in Anne Washburn’s “The Small” at Clubbed Thumb’s Summerworks Festival at The Ohio Theatre. (PHOTO: Maria Dizzia and Matt Maher; Photo by Heather Phelps-Lipton)
From July 6-25, PS122 hosts the undergroundzero festival. complete line-up follows. My pick for festival fave? LA Party!
This afternoon Dance New Amsterdam (DNA), the largest dance space in Lower Manhattan, released a press statement outlining the details behind a possible eviction from their home at 280 Broadway on July 14, 2010.
Culturebot Wants You to help us cover America (and beyond)! We are looking for a few good correspondents to help us expand our regional coverage. Do you think you have what it takes? Click through to read more.
It is official – the Incubator Arts Project is taking over the Ontological’s space and continuing on its own. Saturday, July 3rd they’ll be having a celebration and fundraiser to usher in this new era and launch the organization in its own right. Click through for details.