From the mid-1950s through the 1960s, Tokyo transformed itself from the capital of a war-torn nation into an international center for arts, culture, and commerce, becoming home to some of the most important art being made at the time.
The Collegiate Chorale presents the New York premieres of two works by major composers: Symphony No. 7 “Toltec” by Philip Glass and Oceana by Osvaldo Golijov, featuring international jazz vocalist Biella Da Costa and the American Symphony Orchestra. The Collegiate Chorale’s Music Director James Bagwell will conduct.
Justice for Sergei (By ICU Documentaries, 2011, The Netherlands, 53 minutes, in English). The death in prison of Sergey Magnitsky, a young Russian lawyer, remains one of the darkest scandals in the blotchy history of Russia's criminal justice system.
Eva Dean will give a Balls Dance Technique (BDT) warm-up, followed by teaching some of her phrases from Bounce Repertory that will be performed in 2013 Prague Fringe this coming May.Invitation-only auditions will take place on February 28 right after class from 2:00-4:00pm at DNA.
New York artists James Juthstrom and Kwan Lau dedicated themselves to the creation of art through intensive solitary effort seen as a spiritual pursuit. The resulting aesthetic is introspective yet universal, using personal interpretations of the elemental shape of the circle and primary colors.
C4: The Choral Composer/Conductor Collective will present its winter 2013 concert, Uncaged. Featured works are The Caged Skylark by veteran composer and C4 member Hayes Biggs, The Un-Covered Wagon by Brent Michael Davids, an excerpt from Steven Stucky's in memoriam Thomas Tallis, and Toby Twining's Hee oo oom ha in ...
The process of individuation that generates personality in the early years of childhood and the engagement with identity in the process of art making are closely related. Both depend heavily upon the quantification of the Ego.
The Noguchi Museum offers extended evening hours on the first Friday of each month, from 5 pm to 8 pm. First Friday programming includes "Center of Attention," an extended conversation around a single work of art, at 6 pm, followed by Art21 episodes featuring contemporary artists at 7 pm.