Tag Archives: Merce Cunningham

Dance & Fashion Exhibit at FIT

Today I stopped by the Museum at FIT to check out “Dance & Fashion”, an exhibit that explores the relationship between the two art forms. Nearly 100 dance costumes and dance-inspired fashions are on display, ranging from the 19th century to present … Continue reading

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Jacob’s Pillow Launches Dance Interactive

I think I’ve just found my newest form of procrastination. Jacob’s Pillow, located in Becket, Massachusetts, has extensive on-site archives that allow visitors to view rare footage from dance performances — but you have to travel to Becket to view … Continue reading

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We Give Ourselves Away At Every Moment

This past Monday, July 26th, marked the one-year anniversary of choreographer Merce Cunningham’s death.  One week after he died, his company gave a marvelous performance at Rockefeller Park.  This year, on a day that was just as hot and sunny … Continue reading

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Deborah Hay: No Time to Fly

Deborah Hay, photo by Rino Pizzi I really wanted to like Deborah Hay’s No Time to Fly, which opened at Danspace Project on Thursday evening.  Hay, who danced with Merce Cunningham Dance Company in 1964 and was a member of … Continue reading

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Cunningham & Cage Inspire Vision Collaboration Nights 2010

Arts for Art’s 7th annual Vision Collaboration Nights, which kicks off tonight, will explore dialogues in sound, space, and movement.  Drawing from the legacy of Merce Cunningham and John Cage’s explorations into sound-movement collaborations and the use of chance and … Continue reading

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