Setúbal in Portugal | Photo by André Sanano / Unsplash


Design Thinking


"4 Alice" by Saviana Stanescu | Photo by Randy Gener

And you thought these actors were just making things up as they went along. Didn't you? Admit it. You did. This is an exclusive excerpt from Saviana Stanescu's play "4

Detail: Skull in Željko Zorica's "KroaTisch-Amerikanische Freundschaft" | Photo by Randy Gener

A food installation from Croatia, cumbersomely entitled "KroaTisch–Amerikanische Freundschaft," directly alludes to important events in the history of Croatian-American political relations.

Igor Josifov in "2-Dimensional" in NYC | Photo by Randy Gener

Want to see how they built Igor Josifov's "2-Dimensional"? Click on my slideshow. In this unusual performance, the artist is an observer as much as he is observed while the

Igor Josifov inside "2-Dimensional" | Courtesy of Queer New York International Arts Festival

In "2-Dimensional," an unconventional performance installation, the young Macedonia-born artist Igor Josifov lies underneath a plexiglass structure. Starting 8 pm Tuesday June 12 to Thursday June 14 at Abrons Arts

ricci/forte MACADAMIA NUT BRITTLE Mladi Levi+Bunker Festival 011 Ljubljana (Slovenja)

In discussing the festival, the curators of Queer New York International Arts Festival have stated that they want to “break through dominant ideas that limit and marginalize queer art, by

"The Window 2": Saviana Stanescu's "4 Alice" | Photo by Randy Gener

The Window is a unique theatrical experience, because enigma is a principal aspect of its charms. An inspiring two-part site-specific performance-design project created and directed by Ana Mărgineanu for the

"The Window" at Romanian Cultural Institute in New York | Photo by Randy Gener

"The Window" succeeds in its creative transformation of an otherwise nondescript building space that is normally used as a bookstore, a reception area or a meeting place. If you did

Randy Gener hosts daily gallery talks at "From the Edge" in Prague | Photo by RG

IT’S PRAGUE QUADRENNIAL WEEK on Postcards from the Inge! Randy agreed to talk with me about the PQ, and there’s so much in this interview I want to share with

Paul Zaloom and Pat Oleszko in exhibition | Photo by Randy Gener

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 Here is

"From the Edge," the USA national pavilion at Prague National Gallery | Photo by Randy Gener

"The future is increasingly becoming hyper-local and immersive. The designers of the future will have to provide valuable insights into how, why and where we create new performance environments. They

Designer Rosemarie McKelvey's paper dress for "Extremely Public Displays of Privacy" | Photo by Rosemarie McKelvey

PHILADELPHIA:  The travel narratives below track impact and chronicle artistic learning.  A costume designer encounters a Czech fashion designer in a workshop and suddenly can't stop creating garments out of

Brian Sidney Bembridge's model for "The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity" | Photo by Randy Gener

Vibrating within a new discipline that is up for grabs, From the Edge proposes one approach toward an American version of performance design. Future curatorial teams will really have to

USITT USA National Pavilion at Prague Quadrennial: "From the Edge"

The USA-USITT Design Exhibit team recommends people experience the exhibit more than once while at the Long Beach Conference & Stage Expo promising the interior collage will be different every

Caribbean Carnival Artist Peter Minshall

NEW HAVEN, CONN.:  The Caribbean's leading Carnival artist will lecture on how "to play mas." On Friday, March 25, 2:30 to 5pm, the Caribbean artist Peter Minshall will give a


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