Tag Archives: environment

Dance for the Climate

In spite of the disappointing outcome at the climate talks in Copenhagen, the below video is inspiring.  Over 10,000 people gathered on a beach in Belgium this past August to literally create movement in support of an international climate change … Continue reading

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Life and Art Aboard the Waterpod

The Waterpod, photo by Michael Nagle Over the weekend, I joined a quartet of chickens, a garden full of greens, and several artists and crewmembers aboard the Waterpod, a floating, nomadic, self-sufficient barge for living, working, and creating art.  For the … Continue reading

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Jennifer Muller/The Works at The Joyce Theater

Jennifer Muller/The Works in Bench, photo by Ben Hider If given the option to see a satisfying, sophisticated dance performance or a mediocre one that leaves much to be desired, the choice seems obvious.  But once in a while, a … Continue reading

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Dry Earth: What Came Before

After a year of research in Fort Greene Park, Dry Earth is sharing its work on Sunday, May 31 at 3 PM and 5 PM.  Dedicated to notable Fort Greene resident Walt Whitman on his 190th birthday, What Came Before … Continue reading

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iLAND: Where Art, Nature, and Dance Collide

iLAND dancers, photo by Bob Braine Several years ago, I was seeking a meaningful way to integrate my interests in dance and environmental issues.  Both took up most of my free time, rarely intersecting and always competing for my attention.  … Continue reading

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