Quarantining Through Dance: Interview with Morgan Amirah Burns A lot of people are seeing movement in general as a form of liberation, as a form of protest, as a form of self-care, and the dance world is giving way to that right now.
Art — a day ago
On Creating Strikethrough: The Process Behind Erasure Poetry in Choreographic Scores
Having been on the inside of a choreographed erasure, the dancers both considered their own movement invention as an integrative part of the creative process.
Stories — 5 days ago
Quarantining Through Dance: Interview with Basia Lamy
Basia is a teacher, performing artist, and founder of the jewelry donation project, JewlzbyB. She focuses on how dance and entrepreneurial work can evoke joy and lasting change in our communities.
Art — 16 days ago
Bi-Coastal Photo Flights: A Theory on the Ecology of Memory
Moving to New York was like some predetermined departure from the California dream. However many flights I took from New York, to New York, I felt that many pieces had been scattered upon my leaving
Stories — a month ago
Quarantining Through Dance: Interview with Jasmine Domfort
Jasmine has been improvising to jazz and classical since before she could talk or read, making dances ever since.
Art — a month ago
Cóco Fernández takes us into her world of form and color
Cóco Fernández is a Spanish artist whose work touches into the worlds of painting, drawing, ceramics, artistic direction, and more. Despite working across various mediums, her work speaks a common language, as though made to live in the world together.
Art — 4 months ago
Omar Apollo: on emotion, vibrato, and his start with music
Omar Apollo is a self-taught artist paving the way for Latino musicians. His early songs grouped him in the bedroom pop alternative scene, but his recent music blends pop, reggaeton, and more. We may even be in for some corridos (per his Twitter).
Music — 6 months ago