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more music. more dance. more life. more future.

As audience members stream into The Kitchen, a multimedia performance venue in Chelsea, they are faced with a striking stage picture that appropriately launches more more more…future, a music/dance piece by Congolese director and choreographer Faustin Linyekula. Four very imposing … Continue reading

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“Race to the End of the Earth” at The American Museum of Natural History

For some reason, whenever I think of the American Museum of Natural History, my mind immediately transports me back to my days of babysitting. My memory of the museum itself consists of many diorama-shaped blurs barely glimpsed in the mad-dash … Continue reading

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Culture to Go Guides Are Here!

The Culture to Go guides are here! For your Spring Break, check out great cultural events across the country. Festivals, art exhibits, music, dance, theatre, and more! Each guide is tailored to a specific city so you can enjoy the … Continue reading

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Join the Applause!

The CU Arts Initiative is joining the applause! The Diana Center, Barnard College’s long awaited student center, is now open to the public. Designed around Barnard’s goal to “create common spaces that foster spontaneous interaction” the center, with its emphasis … Continue reading

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An All American Montage

When I hear the title, American Document I think Gettysburg Address, Declaration of Independence… I think of John Adams and George Washington, of white wigs and muskets. I do not think of a modern dance/theater piece. But that is exactly … Continue reading

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