The New York City Ballet Art Series

The New York City Ballet Art Series

January 9th, 2013 | Dance, News, USA

New York City Ballet has already worked with leading and emerging artists throughout the Company’s history —luminaries like Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Julian Schnabel. During the 2013 winter season, New York City Ballet will launch a new initiative called the New York City Ballet… Read More

Dancing around Duchamp, Cage, Cunningham, Rauschenberg and Johns

Dancing around Duchamp, Cage, Cunningham, Rauschenberg and Johns

January 7th, 2013 | Contemporary Art, Dance, Shows

A major season exploring the work of Marcel Duchamp, his precursors, collaborators and the artists he influenced across music, dance, theatre, film and art is coming up at the barbican in London. Exploring one of the most important chapters in the history of contemporary art,… Read More

Gangnam Style: Anish Kapoor leads protest dance over censorship of Ai WeiWei

Gangnam Style: Anish Kapoor leads protest dance over censorship of Ai WeiWei

November 16th, 2012 | Censorship, China, Dance, Videos

“The original got the whole world laughing. Now artist Anish Kapoor has gone Gangnam Style — in a protest against censorship. The Turner Prize winner gathered top British artists and performers at his Camberwell studio to make a version of rapper Psy’s hit video, in… Read More

The true power of the performing arts

The true power of the performing arts

November 13th, 2012 | Dance, Music, Performances, Talks, Theatre

Arts administrator and live-theater fan Ben Cameron looks at the state of the live performing arts — asking: How can the magic of live theater, live music, live dance compete with the always-on Internet? In his talk, he offers a bold look forward. Cameron says… Read More

Ai Weiwei Goes Gangnam Style

Ai Weiwei Goes Gangnam Style

October 24th, 2012 | China, Dance, Popculture, Videos

Even British Prime Minister David Cameron and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon went Gagnam Style . South Korean rapper PSY’s epic global pop hit “Gangnam Style” has pretty much taken over the world and there are more parodies and tributes than anyonce can count by… Read More

Shabda – India’s Video Archive for Performing Arts

Shabda – India’s Video Archive for Performing Arts

October 15th, 2012 | Dance, India, Music, Performances, Talks, Videos

Shabda is a project aimed at creating an online archive of the various aspects pertaining to the Indian Performing Arts. As performing artistes, we realized that a lot of valuable knowledge content on Indian performing arts is either unavailable or not in the proper form… Read More

No More Dancing at the Brooklyn Museum

No More Dancing at the Brooklyn Museum

October 8th, 2012 | Dance, Events, Museums

“The only dancers at the Brooklyn Museum will be Edgar Degas’s after the esteemed arts institution reins in its popular monthly party series,” The Brooklyn Paper reports. “The museum’s hopping “Target First Saturday” celebrations are here to stay, but organizers are pulling the plug on… Read More

Hail The New Puritan – A Film about Dancer Michael Clark

Hail The New Puritan – A Film about Dancer Michael Clark

October 4th, 2012 | Dance, Film, Videos

Charles Atlas has rendered the creative powers of dancers and choreographers in film, few more vividly than those of Michael Clark. IN 1984, Charles Atlas made Hail The New Puritan, a film about dancer Michael Clark that is, he says,”more true than a documentary”. It’s… Read More

Le Ballet

Le Ballet

September 21st, 2012 | Animation, Dance, Music, Videos

“Le Ballet” is a graduation film by Louis Thomas inspired by the Opera Garnier, and especially Roland Petit, Jean Cocteau, Jerome Robbins and Marius Petipa. All the famous people names are in the end credits. “Le Ballet” The Making of “Le Ballet”

“Governing Bodies” – Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre

“Governing Bodies” – Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre

August 21st, 2012 | Dance, Performances, Videos

The Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre performs “Governing Bodies” at the Los Angeles City Hall (Rotunda Scene) “Governing Bodies” infused the world of politics and public affairs with contemporary dance, in a performance designed specifically for Los Angeles’ iconic City Hall, a Historical-Cultural Monument built in… Read More

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