Playwright, musician and all-around good guy Kyle Jarrow was one of Culturebot’s first interviews way back in the day and now he’s a Rock God. Here’s what Culturebot means to him. And if you like Kyle, please love Culturebot, give today.
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The first in a series of essays on the origins, practices and implications of “non-traditional” theater.
Andy on “Roman Tragedies” at BAM and what dance can learn from Beck and the Grateful Dead.
Andy apologizes to Shana Moulton and muses on art, context, personal histories and the interwebs.
This is the third article in a multi-part essay Andy is writing that examines the relationship between performance and visual art from a variety of perspectives including economics, curatorial practice and cultural ecology.
Another section of Andy’s multipart essay “The Economics of Ephemerality” examining the relationship between performance and visual art from a variety of perspectives including economics, curatorial practice and cultural ecology.
Culturebot’s Andrew Horwitz proposes a new framework for the critic in the emerging arts landscape and how that new role can facilitate change and innovation sector-wide.
Social Practice, Civic Practice, Socially Engaged Art – what do we mean when we talk about this kind of work and how can we do it better?