Our occasional correspondent Sherri Kronfeld continues her wrap-up of Louisville’s Motherlodge
Culturebot Contributor Jessica Williams shares some thoughts about “On The Beach,” the recently concluded series by emerging artists created in response to “Einstein on the Beach”
Aaron Mattocks profiles Rebecca Davis, his artist partner for the Ephemeral Evidence show at Exit Art.
Caden Manson and Jemma Nelson talk about the company’s newest work, which returns to Abrons after a brief run in January at American Realness 2012
Michael Clark Company’s WHO’S ZOO?, part of the Whitney Biennial 2012, is Cunningham-lite via 1980s punk.
The Foundry Theatre is bringing people to NYC from all over the world – people who are living and working within alternative practices of economics, safety, media/ communications, politics and more. Join them for a ‘there-are-other-ways-to-do-things’ show & tell featuring these remarkable local, national and international innovators at Cooper Union over the weekend of April 20-22.
Conceptual Artist/Choreographer Yoshiko Chuma continues a lifetime obsession with danger in her new work, “Love Story, Palestine”.
Speaking of political arts workshops, The Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory (TOPLAB) presents Cutting It Up: A Theater Workshop facilitated by Julia Lee Barclay.
Alyssa Alpine explores the work of Sarah Rosner/AO Movement Collective, the artists she’s curating during Culturebot’s upcoming Exit Art residency
The “Truth is Concrete” grant program – covering travel, accommodation and food – invites 100 students, artists, activists and theorists interested in artistic strategies in politics from all over the world to Graz for an arts & politics conference being convened adjacent to the steirischer herbst festival.
The Abrons Arts Center presents the U.S. debut of Budapest/London-based BLOOM! Dance Collective, April 27–28, 2012, at 8pm. CITY is a “political pamphlet entwined with movement”.