Urbanity Dance presented a diverse bill of daring works in F=ma on Friday, June 1st at the Boston University Tsai Performance Center. In a pre-show talk, artistic director Betsi Graves explained [...]
Robots, drones, and the arts – Georgia Tech is determined to find out
Earlier this month, Cambridge-based Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre showed skill and thoughtfulness in its mixed rep bill Stolen Hearts. While there were some minor structural and choreographic areas [...]
Is it a matter of privileged ability or habitual tendency, that concert dance tends to lend itself to provisions of aspiration?
Opening Up the Creative Process: Marlee Grace’s Book “A Sacred Shift” As Meta Archive and Invitation
“Because apparently the feeling of knowing you are not the only one who is FEELING the feeling is indeed the most calming feeling of all.”
On a recent morning in August, I found myself lying on the cool marble floor of the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art gazing up at the gilded silhouette of Diana, goddess of the [...]