Claudia la Rocco talks her practice, Yussef el Guindi explains why he forsakes NYC for Seattle, & a Québécois theater-maker makes art out of conservative programming at big houses
A conversation with the choreographer and Guggenheim fellow about how “The Painted Bird Trilogy” took shape (fittingly, in a garden with screeching peacocks in the background).
An artist toying with concepts of erotica and therapy gets rejected by the art world, a whole lot of free publicity, and raises some very interesting questions about the nature of art
We’re back from a super-fantastic weekend at The Fusebox Festival. Here’s a look back.
The celebrated dancer-choreographer eats cupcakes with Aaron Mattocks in advance of his company’s premiere this week
Culturebot contributor Zhenesse Heinemann reports from QMAD’s ITINERANT Festival, Manhattan version.
Guest contributor Hani Omar Khalil explores Ibrahim El-Husseini’s “Comedy of Sorrows” (“Commedia Al-Ahzaan”), a theatrical response to the Egyptian Revolution
Help support the 43 unionized art workers currently struggling to defend their right to collective bargaining against one of the leading auction houses in the world
Four Dublin-based dancers have formed a hypnotically catch art-pop band
Culturebot contributor Sherri Kronfeld gives a heads-up for PS122’s Long Table on Migration and Displacement.