Leslie Strongwater talks to Cheryl Henson about coming out of the object-theater closet and owning the “p-word”: puppets.
The BKCP report is the culmination of eight months of hard work representing 3165+ person-hours of labor and $130K+ of in-kind support and $8K of self-funded cash donations. Meet the people who made it happen.
Read the final report from the Brooklyn Commune Project’s “Working Outside The Institution” research group, then read the whole report.
Check out the Brooklyn Commune Project Report – “The View From Here” and find out what all the fuss is about!
An essay on performance, art and getting paid, inspired by Simon Leung’s ACTIONS! at The Kitchen
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.
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After 4 seasons, 50 episodes and 100 artist interviews MADE HERE is coming to an end.
Guy Yarden and Sarah Maxfield wrote a concept paper called “Collective Insourcing” that has led to a new project being incubated at ART/NY.
“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.
“Business As Usual” is the fifth in a series of six essays proposing a critical perspective on innovation In the arts.
“Seeing Value In the Arts” is the fourth of a series of six essays proposing a critical perspective on innovation In the arts.