Don’t miss out! The Brooklyn Commune Global Congress convenes at The Invisible Dog from Friday November 22 to Sunday November 24, 2013
The Queer New York International Arts Festival returns to NYC – harder, better, faster, stronger.
Lydia Mokdessi does a round-up of some of the exciting things fall holds for NYC performance.
Don’t miss the second convening of the Brooklyn Commune, May 12 2PM-6PM at The Invisible Dog Art Center.
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
Arturo Vidich’s performance piece The Daedalus Effect and other dilemmas is memorable, if unpleasant. It begins with Arturo seated in the center of The Invisible Dog, on a crude one-legged stool that is affixed to his hips. We are instructed to remove our shoes and
Back in April, Culturebot was invited to curate a week of events as part of Exit Art’s grand closing-down retrospective; our exhibit, “Ephemeral Evidence,” granted one-day performance residencies to a series of artists, and ended in a phenomenal bash featuring Yves Klein art wrestling, a
French choreographer David Wampach‘s Sacre at the Invisible Dog Art Center (unrecognizable- its white gallery/warehouse vibe magically transformed into a black box theater) was a brief and powerful nugget inspired by Nijinsky’s controversial Rite of Spring. This performance was presented by the ‘Dog, PS122’s COIL
On the centenary of Stravinski and Nikinski’s era-defining ballet, the emerging French choreographer returns to New York with his own response
The improbable story of how a French theater producer gave it all up to turn an old Brooklyn factory into one of New York’s leading contemporary art spaces
The Cobble Hill arts center jumps into Armory Arts Week with a trio of exhibitions
American artists – NTUSA, Miguel Gutierrez, Annie-B Parson and Dan Safer – use a few minutes of a French movie as the basis for their performances. Presented in association with Les Subsistances.