Kyle Abraham, MacArthur Genius, tonight only. Grab one of the remaining seats.
Posted in art, dance, Dartmouth, gender roles, love, memory, small town |
Tagged Dartmouth College, Dearest Home, Hanover NH, Hopkins Center, Kyle Abraham |
Put on your walking shoes and grab a cider donut. My latest piece on the Hood Downtown.
Posted in art, Dartmouth, Music, small town |
Tagged cider donut, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Jacob Kirkegaard, Jess Rowland, Julianne Swartz, Lou's Restaurant, Resonant Spaces, Susan B. Apel, Terry Adkins |
Antigone in Ferguson is coming to the Hopkins Center in Hanover NH on September 15 and 16. Sophocles, racism, Blue Lives Matter, gospel choirs as the Greek chorus. Here is a preview:
Posted in art, Crime, Dartmouth, Theater, violence |
Tagged Antigone, Antigone in Ferguson, Dartmouth College, Ferguson, gospel, Hopkins Center, Sophocles, Tracy Thoms, Zach Grenier |
Carol Dunne and Northern Stage have made our lives better. Read about her award from the Pussycat Foundation in my latest post. And God bless Helen Gurley Brown.
Posted in art, Dartmouth, Northern Stage, small town, Theater, vermont, Women |
Tagged Carol Dunne, Cosmopolitan, Helen Gurley Brown, New London Barn Playhouse, Northern Stage, Pussycat Foundation, Sex and the Single Girl, White River Junction VT |
Sound art is coming to the Upper Valley in a big way. Eight internationally-acclaimed artists are making their way to small (but mighty) Hanover NH. My article is a small, sneak “peek.” More to come. Link is below.
I’ve attended innumerable performances at the Hop. Here is what I learned about the Hop’s role in creating, not just staging, the performing arts.
Posted in art, dance, Dartmouth, Hopkins Center, Music, small town |
Tagged Abraham.In.Motion, Dada Masilo, Gisele, Hanover NH, Hopkins Center, Kyle Abraham, Roomful of Teeth, Silk Road Ensemble, Tigran Hamasyan, YoYo Ma |
Patrick Dunfey is the Head of Exhibitions and Planning at the Hood Museum of Art. He is also an artist. An exhibition of his work just opened at the White River Gallery. Here is my commentary and a sneak peek.