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 |
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 |
Watching the construction as the old Hood Museum transforms into the new.
Posted in Architecture, art, Dartmouth, small town |
Tagged Bahar Behbahani, Hanover NH, Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art, Ingo Günther, Julie Blackmon, Laetitia Soulier, Resonant Spaces |
Do you have that treasured object, or maybe an attic full of them? Take a peek at this trailer for Ensemble Marie, whose performance on June 18 explores our relationship with our things. Free admission. Link is below.
Posted in Architecture, art, dance, Dartmouth, memory, Pilobolus, small town, Theater, vermont |
Tagged Alek Deva, Alphonse de Lamartine, Black Family Visual Arts Center, Carla Kimball, Ensemble Marie, FLIP Program, Hanover NH, Inanimate objects, Inanimate objects do you have a soul, Marie Fourcaut, Sculpture Fest, Woodstock VT |
My friend and colleague and Upper Valley author, Michele Campbell, is launching a new psychological thriller–a genre called domestic noir. Read about it here and look for a reading at The Norwich Bookstore (reservations recommended) soon.
Posted in art, books, Crime, vermont, writing |
Tagged ArtfulEdge, Hanover NH, Harvard University, It's Always the Husband, Lou's Restaurant, Michele Campbell, Michelle Martinez, Norwich Bookstore |
Arts scratching at you like cats from every direction–visual, performing, conceptual. Here is the link: