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tears become…streams become

Head on over to Park Avenue Armory before January 4th to take in tears become…streams become in the cavernous Drill Hall — especially if you’re looking for some end-of-year quiet reflection. Photos don’t do it justice. When bare, the Drill Hall … Continue reading

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Conversations Without Walls at Danspace

Danspace Project’s fall season kicks off on September 28th with the next chapter of Conversations Without Walls: Reflections on Walking and Dancing Across the Rubble, a discussion revisiting curatorial strategies including Ralph Lemon’s dance series at MoMA. Participants consider how choreography acts as translation, … Continue reading

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Ann Hamilton’s “the event of a thread”

The Park Avenue Armory is once again home to an installation that is appealing to adults and children alike.  Ann Hamilton’s the event of a thread is playful, elegant, and a bit mysterious.  Filled with 42 swings suspended from the ceiling … Continue reading

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Why Dance in the Art World?

It’s a very good question, and one that certainly deserves attention considering the art world’s recent surge of interest in dance. This topic is the subject of an upcoming event, Why Dance in the Art World?, which will explore the history … Continue reading

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MoMA’s PopRally and “Talk to Me” Exhibit

On Wednesday night, MoMA’s PopRally transformed the museum into an interactive video game party.  All games featured in the sold out event, called Arcade, were selected by Kill Screen and inspired by MoMA’s newest exhibit, Talk to Me: Design and … Continue reading

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