Knit Sandy: Knitting for Hurricane Relief

Kristin Hatleberg is a dancer and educator living in New York City, whose recent efforts include organizing a knitting circle for Sandy relief, (SandyReliefKnittingBee on Facebook).   Firstindigo&Lifestyle: Kristin, how did you get started with the project of knitting? Kristin: The idea came to me quite simply, and I blurted it out to the right... Continue Reading →

Promoting FLICfest: Independent Choreography Kickstarter

Promoting new Choreography for FLICfest: A Festival of Independent Choreography, in Brooklyn in February 2013 Dancer-Choreographer Sari Nordman is making a new dance work for FLICfest: A Festival of Independent Choreography to be performed in Brooklyn in February, 2013. Sari holds an M.F.A. degree in modern dance from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, and has... Continue Reading →

Marron Atrium in MoMA shaked with performance

{Artwork hanging on the wall of Marron Atrium during Sarah Michelson's choreography "Devotion, study #3"} Atrium is to be violated, says one of the choreographers. There is nothing there, and the museum space with its white walls is so institutional. Does the empty atrium distance the museum's audience? It is often showing the architectural without... Continue Reading →

Minna Tervamäki and a new contemporary ballet

Minna Tervamäki, a former principal dancer from the Finnish National Ballet, is heading to a full-fledged freelance career as a choreographer and producer. This dancer étoile discusses about her current work as a multiple entrepreneur in the field of contemporary ballet. Her new premiere together with Compañía Kaari Martin and Kare Länsivuori opens at the... Continue Reading →

Talk with Isira Makuloluwe (molecular biologist – come- choreographer)

Isira Makuloluwe is a choreographer living and working in London. He has  just finished a work called 1951 to the music of Czek '60's Avant-Garde composer Miloslav Istvan's 1951 String Quartet for ProART Dance Company. It premiered on 27th July 2012. His first work to pre-existing 'classical' music and not made by his long-term composer... Continue Reading →

Susanna Leinonen’s ‘Disturbed Silence’

There is a silence, which is about noise. There is a silence, which leaves only little possibility to run away from its scrutinizing notice. Could it be like the first silence on the earth, or something that one finds in deserted places and in the wilderness? An almost “absolute silence of the world’s dawning. In... Continue Reading →

Robin Rapoport: From Alexander technique to design sensing

How to describe living the artistic life? How to live a life surrounded by one's own art? Making art is so intimately linked into one's sensing of the world that there isn't simple answers. In the current research of art, we try to map different kinds of knowledge embedded in the artistic processes. 'Living' with... Continue Reading →

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