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January ArtStart Reflection

I think it’s a good idea to write a short reflection each month on what I’ve achieved with my 2015 ArtStart grant from the Australia Council for the Arts. 459 more words


Bill Morrison and Michael Gordon to discuss and present their avant-garde films at Miami Jewish Film Festival

When asked why a couple of collaborators in avant-garde film are discussing their works in a shorts program at a Jewish film festival, Miami Jewish Film Festival… 1,698 more words


Day 75 - December 14th - To-do list

I’ve been so focused on proofreading my flute history paper over the last couple of hours that I almost forgot to write my post!

Due Tuesday, the paper is just about there, and it’s got to the point where I’m just being a bit overly pedantic about things like footnotes and spelling. 90 more words

Wye The Flute?

Relentlessly inventive Bang on a Can offers festival of new music during Mass MoCA stay

From July 26 through August 2, 2014, the “relentlessly inventive” (New York Magazine) new music collective Bang on a Can collaborates with MASS MoCA to present Bang on a Can Plays Art, a jam-packed, week-long new music extravaganza featuring 14 concerts in 8 days, as the culmination of the 13th annual Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA which runs from July 14. 2,849 more words


Julia Wolfe's 'Anthracite Fields' takes coal mining personally

It’s hard to believe that the Bang on a Can All -Stars haven’t performed on a New York Philharmonic bill before.

But Friday night’s New York premiere of a work by Bang on a Can cofounder Julia Wolfe was the stellar New Music sextet’s debut. 274 more words


A World of Art and Music, indoors and out, for MASS MoCA's 15th Season

With its fifteenth anniversary coming up Memorial Day Weekend, MASS MoCA is planning a year that is nothing short of spectacular.

From rock and roll shape-shifter Beck to the annual FreshGrass festival of bluegrass and roots music, MASS MoCA’s fifteenth season kicks off with a big, not-to-be-missed party. 1,452 more words