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Tickets are now on sale for the 2013 Dance on Camera Festival, taking place February 1st through 5th. Check out the full line-up of films and other programming and buy tickets here.
No need to check personal baggage at the door. Davis Freeman’s Too shy to stare, performed at the Old School as part of Performance Space 122’s COIL Festival, is all about the viewer. Nine other audience members and I took … Continue reading
There is something irresistibly appealing about the idea of dancing out of doors. For a dancer, sinking your feet into moist soil or feeling sand between your toes is a refreshing change from the smooth surface of a dance studio’s … Continue reading
I came across the above video of This American Life‘s Ira Glass talking about what makes a good story. As I listened to him explain the common scenario where a budding report has “killer taste” but might be making work … Continue reading
Beginning next week, The Kitchen presents The View from a Volcano: The Kitchen’s Soho Years, 1971-85, an exhibition featuring single-channel videos and other artworks presented alongside video, audio, and print documentation related to the institution’s programming during its first fifteen … Continue reading