Posts tagged macarthur
Kyle Abraham: A Life in Motion

The works of choreographer Kyle Abraham feel like a memoir.

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Gene Yang: Drawing on Knowledge

Teacher-turned-cartoonist Gene Yang believes in the educational power of comics.

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Goldberg Variations: Timeless Virtuosity

Bach’s centuries old, devilishly difficult Goldberg Variations continue to challenge pianists and fascinate audiences.

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Elizabeth Streb: Dancing with Danger

It’s rare for an artist to disavow her own genre, but Elizabeth Streb may well be the most fervently anti-dance choreographer you’ve ever met.

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Found in Translation

Scholarly translations are a constant battle between literal accuracy and literary interpretation.

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Tap Into America

Despite only occasional glimpses of the mainstream, tap dance remains an iconic American art form.

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