Stormy Budwig talking with Molissa Fenley on her upcoming show this week at NYLA.
University Settlement’s Alison Fleminger discusses the rich history and dynamic present of the Settlement House arts movement.
Monica Snellings sat down with renowned lighting designer Beverly Emmons for a frank and insightful conversation on her career, art and the future.
The Bessies return to the legendary Apollo Theater on October 7 @ 8PM. Tickets are only $10 to get down uptown and have a good time for a good cause.
Andy responds to the symposium “Theaster Gates: A Way of Working” recently hosted by the Vera List Center at the New School.
From OCT 2 – 4 PRELUDE.13 celebrates ten years at the forefront of NYC performance. Be there.
Jeremy M. Barker talks to the curators and artists of FIAF’s Crossing The Line Festival, that begins today.
Sarah Rose Leonard reports on post-dictatorship Latin American theater presented as part of TBA 2013 in Portland.
Politics and Aesthetics and Social Movements! (A How-To Guide, Extracted from the Brain of Jacques Rancière)
Nick Benacerraf kicks the knowledge about Jacques Rancière, aesthetics and the politics of spectatorship, among other things.
Seth gives the 411 on how Brooklyn Commune is kicking off the school year.
After 13 years The Collapsable Hole is shutting its doors for good.
Culturebot contributor Eric Conroe responds to work presented by AUNTS at Arts @ Renaissance in July.