Daft Punk don't email just anybody. Luckily for legendary CHIC guitarist and producer, and Random Access Memories collaborator Nile Rodgers, in 2013, when Arte.tv were working on an hour-long documentary on the funk virtuoso, the robot...Show More Summary
One photojournalist was beaten by Baltimore police and another detained on Saturday night during protests in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray.
The practice of targeted killing by drones raises many questions: "How many civilians have been killed as collateral damage during these strikes?" "And even if we're talking about militants, how can the killings be justified when there...Show More Summary
In a dreamy ode to classic 80s and 90s "grow in water" toys, director David Jude Harris shot a gorgeous, Coral Morphologic-style timelapse of spongey sea creatures, insects, and human body parts for Sound of Ceres' "Bryn Marina" music video from their new album Nostalgia for Infinity. Show More Summary
Oklahoma! changed the role dance played in Broadway musicals. Choreographer, Agnes de Mille's road to Oklahoma! was many unconventional years in the making. Afterward, she felt conflicted about her success but with advice from Martha Graham, de Mille took leap after leap in the dark.
BRUSSELS — On a cloudy Thursday afternoon, on the second floor of WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker sat at a long, white banquet table with her head in her hands.
On this day in 1989 the musical Starmites opened at the Criterion Theater in New York for 60 performances.
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Is this ballet for you? Go If: You can’t resist a tragic love story. New Moon is your favorite book of the entire Twilight Saga and you can quote a certain passage from Act II, Scene VI of Shakespeare’s play by heart (don’t worry we won’t tell anyone). You’ve never been to the ballet and […]
It could be argued that Jenny Holzer’s appropriation of advertising language/modes owes something to the Maine-born, physicist-engineer-turned-poet Ben Porter’s brilliant anti-establishment send-ups of the admonitions of ad men.
Saturday, April 18, the Houston Museum of Natural Science was the stage for Science Hack Day Houston! This is the second year in a row that we have been able to host this event presented by Brightwork CoResearch. For … Continue reading ?
Image by James Law, courtesy of Film the Future It begins in 2055 with imagery of shallow waves washing against a beach. A female voice, that of young protagonist Lona Rey (played by Aimee Laurence), talks about how these waves are crashing in on skyscrapers. Show More Summary
Many large opera companies these days host valuable young artist programs dedicated to helping singers negotiate the difficult transition between leaving the conservatory and becoming full-time performing artists.
On this day in 1886 Sigmund Freud opened his practice at Rathausstrasse 7, Vienna.
GIF by the author, via Despite what Christopher Nolan might have you believe, you don't have to go to Saturn to get sucked inside a wormhole—just stop by Omnis, an audiovisual installation by artist Mathieu Le Sourd, a.k.a. Maotik, that transforms a giant dome in Peru into an warping tunnel of light and sound. Show More Summary
GIF by the author, via Las Vegas' busy skyline of architecture, tourists, and general extravagance get thrown into filmic fast-forward in Julian Tryba’s latest timelapse. Tryba—who we talked to about his beautifully edited, composite “layer-lapse” of Boston—turns his lens towards Sin City for a brief and breakneck hyperlapse tour. Show More Summary
Get ready for Too Many Cooks to be stuck in your head once again, because you'll want to watch all 11 minutes of Too Many Kings, the newest take on Adult Swim's 90s sitcom parody. The large, ever-changing cast of Game of Thrones—andShow More Summary
"How did they do that?" Yeah, that's what we said, too. Using an unspecified "saw blade," a friend of Imgur user pfefferminzetea has cut the famous profiles of American presidents out of their coins. According to US Code Section 333,...Show More Summary