Kyoung H. Park talks to David White, Artistic and Executive Director of the Yard, former Executive Director of Dance Theater Workshop (now New York Live Arts) and founder of The National Performance Network / Visual Artists Network.
The inaugural “First Person” where we invite artists to share their thoughts on their work, practice and the state of the field
I’ve been thinking about how watching live performance is often an act of meditative practice for me. I’ve considered this before, but Andy’s recent post about watching performance as a spiritual practice was quite eloquent and inspiring. It has had me actively pondering how to
Hilary Clark culminates her DTW Studio Series residency tonight and tomorrow with showings at 6pm. In addition to being a 2008-09 Fresh Tracks artist, Clark was awarded a Bessie for her body of work as a performer with Tere O’Connor, Fiona Marcotty, and Luciana Achugar.
CBOT’s weekend what’s what
A brief reflection on tattooed dancers, Martha Graham in drag, and ballet as the idealization of the feminine form
Don’t miss this show.
In the second January double-bill at DTW, Natalie Green impressed while Juliana F. May left us thoughtful but bored
DTW’s Studio Series kicks off tonight at 6pm with Souleymane Badolo showing work-in-process Solo’s Solo/”Basic”- a study on how NOT to go so low or too deep (with changes in direction). During Souleymane’s 100-hour creative residency he and choreographer Reggie Wilson met to investigate movement,
A split-bill of Gallim Dance’s “For Glenn Gould” and Sidra Bell’s “POOL” make for an unfortunately disappointing evening
CBOT contributor Maura Donohue sits down to speak with DTW’s Carla Peterson about the future
A new crop of emerging dance artists present a surprisingly strong evening of work.