The Hot Festival at Dixon Place kicked off tonight. Downtown producer and personality Earl Dax has put together a fantastic array of queer performance, film, events and more. According to the website: 2009 marks the 18th Annual Dixon Place HOT! Festival, a pioneering festival of queer
Two top theater companies – France’s Le Théâtre du Soleil and Hungary’s Katona József Theatre – share opening night honors at Lincoln Center Festival 09, which runs from July 7 through July 26, 2009 and offers 56 performances by artists and ensembles from 14 countries. The
Going to France this summer? You might want to check this out! OUT IN THE SUN / SUMMER IN ART CENTRES 28th May – 30th September 2009 Outings in 43 contemporary art centres across France http://www.dca-art.com For its second edition, OUT IN THE SUN /
This sounds exciting – wish I could get there! At the 2009 Aspen Ideas Festival, the Aspen Institute and The Atlantic welcome today’s edgiest and most eminent critics, artists, administrators and patrons to the Arts and Culture programming track. They will offer fresh and dynamic perspectives on
Just got the line-up for this year’s UNDERGROUND ZERO Festival which will be held at PS122. This year’s line-up looks pretty interesting featuring work from director Jose Zayas, Wax Factory, The South Wing, Hoi Polloi and Kyle Jarrow. Complete line-up after the jump…
Could be fun… This year, The L Magazine will host the first annual Northside Music and Arts Festival, a four-day celebration of New York City’s independent music and art scene, taking place from June 11-14 at over fifty music venues and galleries throughout the Williamsburg and Greenpoint
I’m a little late in posting this but its time for the annual Mixology Festival at ROULETTE. Always interesting experimental music-performance. I was definitely intrigued by this: Check out the rest of the schedule at their website and checkout artist interviews on their blog.
PRESS RELEASE FOLLOWS: The 13th annual Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, which will run from September 4 – 19, 2009, will feature fifteen cutting-edge works of dance, theater, and music including 12 World or U.S. Premieres. Acclaimed U.S. artists from Philadelphia and New York, along with internationally renowned artists from Poland,