From the monthly archives:

June 2012

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(To learn more about Marcy Arlin’s Artist, Immigrant blog series, click here.) These days, I think Tony is one of the hardest-working actors in town: film, TV, readings, shows, classes. He can play a thug, a G-man, or a romantic despot, and can sing these beautiful, sad, haunting ancient Balkan tunes that can stop a [...]

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You know the hype: the internet is the biggest thing to happen to communication since the printing press! Ah, the cognitive surplus! Praise the Facebook revolutions! Kickstarter and crowdsourcing and Pinterest, oh my! Here’s the thing: I believe in all that and then some. The revolution has been and will be tweeted. But when you [...]

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Golden Veil

by Eliza Bent June 12, 2012 Artistry & Artistic Innovation
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The National Theater of the United States—or NTUSA—might sound like some kind of governmental organization, but in fact it is a New York City-based troupe made up of seven members, and countless other artist-collaborators, whose aim, according to its website, is to “exist for your entertainment, enlightenment and greater glory” with shows that “dazzle, repel [...]

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Teresa’s Weekly Update: Like Water Edition

by Teresa Eyring June 11, 2012 Weekly Update
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“Science is no more than an investigation of a miracle we can never explain, and art is an interpretation of that miracle.” Ray Bradbury, The Martian Chronicles On Tuesday last, we lost one of the great imaginations of our time. Ray Bradbury was known for science fiction, with many of us first encountering his work [...]

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Artist, Immigrant: Natalia de Campos

by Marcy Arlin June 8, 2012 Artistry & Artistic Innovation
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(To learn more about Marcy Arlin’s Artist, Immigrant blog series, click here.) I met Natalia when she first came to the U.S. and we worked together on a couple of early ITP projects at the Tenement Museum and HERE. After all this time, it is inspiring to read about her innovative international work. Interactive Brazilian/U.S. [...]

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Teresa’s Weekly Briefing: Tigers and God Edition

by Teresa Eyring June 4, 2012 Weekly Update
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TCG has long championed the artistic, moral and civic imperative of diversity. In 2008, we joined more than 4,000 arts practitioners at the National Performing Arts Convention in Denver where we identified diversity as one of five key priorities, and in our most recent strategic plan, we renewed our commitment to it though our core [...]

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