Culturebot contributor Tim Braun reporting from Austin, TX. The city of Austin has a festival almost every week now. South by Southwest, Austin City Limits, The Moontower Comedy Festival, Austin Comic Con and The Texas Book Festival are among the most popular. The city even
Any given day in NYC brings hundreds of choices of things to do and Culturebot Scanner is here to help put the good stuff on your radar. Here are some events to check out over the next two weeks: FRIDAY, MARCH 22 Choreographer Levi Gonzalez will
Andy looks back at Culturebot’s “Everyone’s A Critic” project at On The Boards in Seattle.
Culturebot contributor Tim Braun sends this report from SXSW in Austin, TX.
Maura Donohue talks with Lance Gries about “The FIFTY Project,” a video installation opening at La Mama Galleria on March 27.
Lydia Mokdessi talks to Rashaun Mitchell about his new show “Interface” at The Baryshnikov Arts Center.
With the Occupy Movement arising in the wake of the financial crisis, finally calling attention to income disparity and economic inequality, we’ve become familiar with the idea of the 99% vs. the 1%. Every day we see a new video on the Internet, a new
Chicago-spawned and now Brooklyn-based art duo Cupola Bobber (the collaboration of Stephen Fiehn and Tyler B. Myers) perform their latest project The Field, the Mantel this weekend, March 15-16, at Knockdown Center, a new space self-described as: an impressive anachronism: an expansive space on three acres in
This week and next, March (14-17 and 21-24) the Massachusetts-based No Theater return to New York City to perform Richard Maxwell’s Caveman at The Performing Garage ~ 33 Wooster Street Tickets » You may have seen some of No Theater’s prior work. Most recently they
Andy speculates on how technology is influencing the way we envision arts, culture politics and economics.
Culturebot’s Buck Wanner speaks to Israel-based dance artist Dana Ruttenberg whose film “Private I’s” is showing this week at LaMaMa as part of a program titled “Contemporary Israeli Dance Week”.
The Brooklyn Commune starts March 24, 2013 at The Invisible Dog.