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In the ‘prison capital of Canada,’ a group of musicians recorded an album from behind bars

2 months agoArts : Art Beat

Pros and Cons, a grassroots music-making initiative that gives inmates the tools, instruments and confidence to showcase their talent, has taken old in Ontario, Canada, where restorative programs have taken a hit in recent years. Photo...Show More Summary

Why Wishes Matter

2 months agoArts : Art21 Blog

Amanda Long shares the motivation behind her public artwork, "Wishing Well," which gives people a space in which to dream.

What We Want Is You.

3 months agoArts : Bad at Sports Blog

By Randall Szott, I hate baseball. To be a fan of it requires patience, an appreciation for subtlety, and an abundance of attention that I simply can’t muster. Not valuing baseball is just one of many of my character flaws that Ted Purves characteristically saw past to find my redeeming qualities. Magnanimity is an awkward, […]

In Memory of Larry Fagin (1937–2017)

This weekend the poet Larry Fagin passed away at the age of 80. The author of numerous books, and former assistant director at the Poetry Project, he founded Adventures in Poetry as a journal in the 1970s. It became a small press publisher in 2001. At Cuneiform, Kyle Schlesinger writes “Larry always stressed the importance […]

Tom Raworth, 1938–2017

In a PennSound Daily entry, Michael S. Hennessey relays the saddening news that Tom Raworth died on Wednesday, after a long battle with cancer. Raworth had prepared his friends, admirers, and readers for the prospect in a startling note in late January, setting off a few false alarms, as Charles Bernstein noted in a Facebook […]

move like a poet

These days I’m spending a lot of written words and close conversations on how to stay effective and encouraged while working to resist injustices and threats to the most vulnerable among us. When we’re talking about art or writing, we’re also talking about self and world: what we need to do to survive as art... More

Merge

Merge uses field recordings captured in Chile, Mexico, and the US as displaced instants, unnatural atmospheres, and surreal spatial cues. These sonic fragments are arranged as portals to distorted memories suspended in composition. By...Show More Summary

State of the Unions

CLR: Covert Drone War “Women Like Me” On the Everyday Life of Others Speakeasies and Artists Warehouses: A Tale of Two Oaklands Intellectuals for Trump • GMA: Queer Nation Manifesto The Alcatraz Proclamation A New Declaration of Independence White Purity Pink White House Just Seeds Activist Image Toolbox • JGF: “Poem of Commitment” The R.F.... More

post retro

Starting on December 9, for a period of four weeks, the museum will host “Retrospective,” an exhibition within the biennial’s exhibition conceived by Xavier Le Roy as a choreography of actions by fifteen Taiwanese performers in situations that investigate various experiences of the present as a composition of several times coexisting in the same time... More

Scriptnotes, Ep 283: Director Disorientation — Transcript

9 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John August: Hello and welcome. My name is John August. Craig Mazin: My name is Craig Mazin. John: And this is Episode 283 of Scriptnotes, a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters. We are starting off the New Year with a new round of the Three Page Challenge, where we take […]

Director Disorientation

9 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John and Craig look at the newly-negotiated DGA deal, and what it portends for writers -- in particular, TV showrunners and those who want to direct.

Scriptnotes, Ep 282: The One from Paris — Transcript

9 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John August: Bonjour et bienvenue. Je m’appelle John August. Aline Brosh McKenna: Je m’appelle Aline Brosh McKenna. John: Et vous écoutez l’Episode 282 de Scriptnotes, un podcast sur l’écriture de scénarios et des choses intéressantes pour les scénaristes. Aline: Ah, très bien. Très bien, Paris. John: So we are here in Paris. That’s why I’m […]

You must walk with eyes behind and in front of you

Qhip nayr uñtasaw sarnaqapxañasa / You must walk with eyes behind and in front of you

The One from Paris

9 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John welcomes Aline Brosh McKenna to the City of Lights, where they answer listener questions about cheating reality and bilingual characters.

Scriptnotes, Ep 281: Holiday Homeopathy Spectacular — Transcript

10 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John August: Hello and welcome. My name is John August. Craig Mazin: My name is Craig Mazin. John: And this is Episode 281 of Scriptnotes, a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters. Except not today, because today on the podcast we’re not going to be talking about screenwriting at all. Rather, […]

Holiday Homeopathy Spectacular

10 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John and Craig discuss post-scriptum depression, that low feeling you sometimes get when finishing a screenplay.

Scriptnotes, Ep 280: Black List Boys Don’t Cry — Transcript

10 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John August: Hey, this is John. So, today’s episode has some swearing in it, so if you’re in the car with your kids, maybe save it for later. Hello and welcome. My name is John August. Craig Mazin: My name is Craig Mazin. John: And this is Episode 280 of Scriptnotes, a podcast about screenwriting […]

Fall

Against all presidents, fascists, cops, bros, white supremacists, colonizers, landlords, and those who defend them. Our deepest love and strength for black and indigenous people fighting ongoing genocide. Healing for those in diaspora because of imperialism. Reverence for femmes and queers and endless support for those living with and through dysphoria. This song is an... More

Black List Boys Don’t Cry

10 months agoArts / Writing : JohnAugust.com

John and Craig discuss post-scriptum depression, that low feeling you sometimes get when finishing a screenplay.

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