"Some sweet day" series and Sarah Michelson's "Devotion Study #1- The American Dancer" are at the center of this article on the growing integration of performing arts and visual art. For Jenny Schlenzka, an associate curator at MoMA PS1, "one of the most exciting aspects of placing dance within a visual-art context is what this often fraught transaction reveals about these two insular cultures."
Have you ever wanted to watch an artist's creative process? ImpactDD grantee Trajal Harrell shared insights into how he works with 'The Practice' on September 4-5, 2014 at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art.
See DDArtist Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, A Dance Company performed 8/13/2015 at 8pm at The Yard!
Meredith Monk, originator of the ‘extended vocal technique’
"I hope I never have to retire… I think the joy of being a composer of your own music and the singer of that music is that you’re exploring what your voice can do in each stage of your life.” Read more from Doris Duke Artist Meredith Monk in Financial Times!
In case you missed it, check out this article that discusses the third piece of ImpactDD recipient Anna Halprin's "Remembering Lawerence," a tribute to her late husband, which took place on Haas Promenade in Jerusalem.
"Arcell’s Truth Based in Evidence," by Gregory King, Visiting Assistant Professor and Consortium on Faculty Diversity Fellow, Dance
Anna Halprin. Beloved mother of dance in the SF Bay Area. She has influenced choreographers and dancers of various subgenres there. She's 90 in this video and yet incredibly youthful. Everything she does will make you weep.