Forty LaMaMa artists are featured in the “Family Show”. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday 1:00-7:30 PM. La Galleria is located on 6 East First Street, between Second Avenue and Bowery.
In this new video, “Live From Lincoln Center”McDonald explains her long history with Lincoln Center’s stages, from the Juilliard School, to the New York Philharmonic to Lincoln Center Theater, and her work to inspire the next generation of great artists.
Unfortunately, Dr. Ruth is not part of the Bronx Opera’s production of Rossini’s La Gazza Ladra (The Thieving Magpie), which begins performance in January 2013 in the Bronx and then in Manhattan
The Elo Progo exhibition centers on Ong’s first public showing of video works, which were inspired by the rituals of water meditation and informed by themes of gender fluidity and mythic transformation.
In January 2013, Garage Center for Contemporary Culture’s legendary Art Experiment returns. Art Experiment takes on a new twist - running for nearly a month in Garage’s new pavilion in Gorky Park – this year organisers are keeping activities a close guarded secret
In a press conference at the headquarters of the 31st Fajr International Theatre Festival, the judge of the playwriting competition Borhani-marand stated that he hopes that Iranian plays, which are mostly unknown, will be given an opportunity for publication: “The works of the play-writing competition were about today’s social issues in the most modern form. I hope that all of them will be published. The release of such kind of works can enrich our stage. I hope that the officials will play more attention to today’s playwrights.”
This slideshow documents the second part of the process. We want to share the work we did in Prague to Americans. We wanted a gallery environment in New York to house the works. And we hope to inspire the next batch of curators and producers to create their own USA national space for the 2015 Prague Quadrennial.
I would go so far to say that, after post-structuralism, communication is now the dominant force in design innovations. PQ provides designers with an international art-based platform where they can wrest back the current valorization of time-based performance modes, which visual artists have ruthlessly co-opted for their own ends
From the Edge spotlights how U.S. theatremakers wrestled with core American values during the intense unraveling of the Aught Decade — a period that coincided with a painful economic recession and a dramatic presidential transition in the White House that brought about the rise of an African-American as our country’s 44th president.
“From the Edge, to our knowledge, is the first USA pavilion to present actual bodies (performance-makers Pat Olesko and Paul Zaloom) as part a live display.”
“These events, on a practical level, raise the public’s level of awareness of the importance of good creative design. They affirm the professionalism and creativity of outstanding designers and theater architects. And these events have demonstrated an economic impact to the countries that host them.”
“What does Kansas mean for PQ? If designers in Kansas, Missouri and other parts of the Midwest are not willing to play in an international art environment such as PQ, then they will be seriously left behind the curve. They might as well be mice trapped in someone else’s art experiment and running in circles.”
The following interview originally appeared in Postcards from the Inge, a blog. It is re-posted here with the kind permission of the author. Interview by AMANDA WHITE THIETJE Well, here it is, friends—the final installment of the Randy Gener trilogy. Thank you for tuning in this week to read Randy’s words, and many thanks to Mr. Gener …
The logistics alone is a story worth telling. The photographer and her husband used their connections, a network that had built for more the 10 years of working in the region, to gain incredibly rare access to these facilities.
Some say that theatre remains one of the few remaining outlets for free speech. However, media activists Zhangazha argue that the so-called freedom theater apparently enjoys is just an illusion..
The musical comedy blends the Zar ritual of Iran’s southern Bushehr Province with Shakespeare’s famous tragedy.
Since 1991, Perjovschi has worked as an illustrator and art director at the Romanian publication Revista 22, the first political magazine launched in Romania, after the fall of communism.
The grant will be used to support exhibitions at the Whitney’s new location, scheduled to open in 2015, in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. Designed by Renzo Piano, the new building will enable the museum to increase the size and scope of its exhibitions and programming and to showcase, to a far greater extent than previously possible, its vast collection of American art.
“Hands-on experience is an ideal way to learn about best practices in the international arts context, the Venice Internship offers such experience and much more. I look forward to sharing my curatorial process with these bright young Emiratis.” Reem Fadda, Curator.
On Monday, December 17, 2022 at 6:30pm, the Segal Center welcomes New York Times investigative reporter Sam Roberts and his collaborating playwrights, John Hancock and Dorothy Tristan (Weeds, Bang the Drum Slowly) for a reading of the new stage adaptation of Roberts’ riveting nonfiction book The Brother, a return to the 1950s Cold War treason trial and execution of suspected Soviet spies Ethel and Julius Rosenberg.