By Patricia Chow Last weekend I had my first photography show in Chelsea (New York City), as part of the High Line Open Studios. Since my day job is in statistical research, this was my first experience putting together an art show - and it was fabulous! The show was a great way for me … Continue reading "Elephant Love" Pop-up Shop: Crowdsourcing for art and charity
Daniella Rabbani, actress, singer, and a new yorker is currently producing and starring in #GYMSHORTS, a series of Web Shorts. Daniella graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a focus on acting for television. She also studied at The Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Firstindigo&Lifestyle: What productions/premieres did you do … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Daniella Rabbani
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 Knit Sandy: Knitting for Hurricane Relief
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 Promoting FLICfest: Independent Choreography Kickstarter
Nozomi Rose is a rocking Japanese woman artist, who has a lot to say about the women's role in the fine arts. From traditional Japanese Nihonga to Western artistic techniques, she uses fingernails to add dimension to the paintings. She was trained in painting at Cornell University and earned an MFA at the School of … Continue reading Artist Nozomi Rose: Dai Dai
Griselda Pollock's writes in her Encounters in the Virtual Feminist Museum: Time, Space and the Archive (Routledge, 2007), about the choice and power, as well as about alternative views in the curating of art. Spring time is full of art showings. Some of the contemporary art events used ideas that were earlier introduced. Current mixing … Continue reading What is a virtual feminist museum?
Our lives can become targeted, and the world events can break our innocence of time and space. The political turmoils in many areas of the Middle East have evidently shown us that our imagination of cultural space can change rapidly. International media has been 'good' in influencing our views of the significance of recent political … Continue reading Hopefully there will be changes