Plus: a beautifully paced drama returns to Radio 4
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“Autobiography” Company Wayne McGregor The Joyce Theater New York, NY March 3, 2018 by Marianne Adams copyright © 2018 by Marianne Adams British choreo- grapher Wayne McGregor is known for pushing boundaries and finding unconven- tional inspirations, but the New York premiere of his uniquely personal new work showed the artist overreaching. Show More Summary
The arts enrich our lives. Literally. The post Here’s How Much Photography Contributes to the U.S. Economy appeared first on PDNPulse.
Taking an eccentric cue from Marcel Duchamp, Tony DeLap's artworks are impossible objects.
Dancers who have an affinity for football and want to cheer on their local team have the chance to join the New York Jets Flight Crew cheerleaders for the team’s 2018-2019 season. Although dancing on NFL Sundays at home games (in front...Show More Summary
Plus: a wide-eyed Mahler Four at Bridgewater Hall
"Autobiography" Company Wayne McGregor Yerba Buena Center for the Arts San Francisco, CA March 8, 2018 by Rita Felciano copyright Rita Felciano © 2018 “Auto- biography" by Wayne McGregor, does it tell us something about the man? No. Does it tell us something about being human? Yes. Show More Summary
But for me, they're occasions to get a lot of work done. The post My Mom Thinks Artist Residencies Are Retreats appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Syrian photographer Mohamed Alragheb has won the $120,000 Grand Prize in the seventh annual Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Awards (HIPA). The photographer was unable to attend the awards due to the ongoing hostilities in Syria. Show More Summary
Memories.... The post Throwback: Reviewing the Sony Digital Mavica appeared first on PDNPulse.
Psychedelic surf rock is not something Westerners generally associate with Cambodia. If we think about Cambodia at all, we might recall the murderous tyrant Pol Pot, who led the Khmer Rouge in executing more than a million Cambodians in the infamous Killing Fields in the mid-1970s. We might briefly...
Yup, you really can earn up to $1,000/day shooting a short film—and we've got the casting notice right here! We also have a feature, a scripted series, and an exciting project for National Geographic. Don’t miss out! “LOCKWOOD”Casting...Show More Summary
Rooney Mara's Mary Magdalene is surely the whitest woman ever to exist indigenously in the Middle East
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Damian Woetzel's DEMO: Now Terrace Theater The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC March 7, 2018 by George Jackson © 2018 by George Jackson The focus of Damian Woetzel's latest talent show was dance. All but a couple of numbers featured dancers. Show More Summary
Petr Pavlensky fled Russia in 2017, but late last year he was arrested after setting fire to France's central bank. The subsequent legal proceedings have been cloaked in secrecy. The post After Incendiary Performance, Russian Artist Awaits His Fate appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Instagram fame can take an ecological toll, as one photographer discovered to his chagrin. The post The Dangers of Instagram, Broccoli Tree Edition appeared first on PDNPulse.
Photographer Nitin Vadukul, who created surreal and eerie images for commercial, editorial and music clients, died February 17 in New York City, according to The New York Times. His brother, photographer Max Vadukul, told The Times the cause of death was colorectal cancer. Show More Summary
This week's picks from L.A.'s small-theater scene: "All's Well That Ends Well" at ISC Studio, "Pigs and Chickens" at Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA, "An Undivided Heart" at Atwater Village Theatre and "A Man for All Seasons" at Actors Co-op.