“Digital Sanctuaries” , a “broken word opera” & an evil clown are just a few cool things to do in the next few weeks.
Guy Yarden and Sarah Maxfield wrote a concept paper called “Collective Insourcing” that has led to a new project being incubated at ART/NY.
Stormy Budwig’s essay: “notes on dance performance: perceptual research gesture struggle somatization aestheticized bodily terrains respect new language method ritual proprioceptive being”
Kyoung H. Park talks to Sixto Wagan, the inaugural director for the Center for Arts Leadership at the University of Houston.
Maeve Little explores labor, art and activism in “Between the Door and the Street” and “A (micro)history of world economics danced”
Sarah Rose Leonard talks to Pieter Ampe who, along with collaborator Guilherme Garrido, brings the playful and adventurous “Still Standing You” to PERFORMA.
Ryan Tracy shares some thoughts on Todd Shalom and Niegel Smith’s Elastic City performance project at PRELUDE.13
Tatyana Tenenbaum’s new work “Private Country” premieres at The Chocolate Factory next week.
The Queer New York International Arts Festival returns to NYC – harder, better, faster, stronger.
Experiments in Opera and Vision into Art present “Chorus of All Souls”, a program of new opera at the Abrons Art Center.
Culturebot contributor Hani Omar Khalil
“Invention, Innovation & Creating Real Change” is the last in a series of six essays taking a critical look at the innovation agenda in the arts.