WOW! The Pulse Project is an explosion of goddesses, great music, and inventive choreography. Their mission is to shed new light on the daring art of pole dancing. Through performances and community activities they aim to inspire audiences and begin to break the stereotypes associated with this art form.
Here are images from the first night of The Pulse Project's
The Underground Series 1
the beginning of a journey
Sacred - 197 Clifton Place, Brooklyn, NY 11205 / May 30 - June 1
7:30PM Doors open
8:00PM Show start
GO GO GO
What a great evening of music and merriment to support Fleet Moves 2013! This year The Movement Party will return to Wellfleet with a team of 20 artists from New York and beyond to create another year of innovative, site-specific dance programming.
Good people doing really good things.
Check these ladies out! Fleetmoves
FIRST LOOK is a curated live art performance series featuring 8 artists over 2 evenings. Each artist presents a work in the mid to final stages of completion. This platform provides artists the opportunity to present their work alongside other working artists.
Gowanus Arts and Production are now accepting submissions for the July 31 – August 1 FIRST LOOK series. You can submit your work here: Submission Form
Future First Look Performances:
July 31 – August 1 | September 24 – 25 | November 20 – 21
Join us for the first 2013 public access weekend at Governors Island. Visit with visual and performing artists who have been working at Building 110: LMCC's Arts Center at Governors Island since March. The weekend will feature behind-the-scenes access to 20 visual artists' studios and a work-in-process showing on Sunday by performing artists WOW: Joe Diebes, Christian Hawkey, and David Levine.
- Building 110: LMCC's Arts Center at Governors Island
- Dates & Times
- Saturday, May 25, 2013, 12–5PM
- Sunday, May 26, 2013, 12–5PM
Paths to Pier 42 will be a series of art, educational, and design installations and public events along the East River Waterfront in the summer of 2013.
The project will create a temporary waterfront park that will increase access to, and create public uses of Pier 42 while it awaits permanent transformation into a new public park over the next several years.
Last Saturday, Lower Manhattan Community Council (LMCC) and the Lower East Side Waterfront Alliance held a day of community activities at the space, in conjunction with the New Museum's IDEA CITY Streetfest.
Pier 42 is located South of East RIver Park.
Subway: F Train to East Broadway
I've been documenting the construction of the Broad Museum in Los Angeles. I love seeing how things are made. Heading back out later this summer to document more of the process.
Photos from the Mermaid Parade at Coney Island the year I was a judge.
Can't wait for this summer!!!
Photographed backstage at the Koch Theater during the opening night of Paul Taylor.
Hopefully going in for the closing performance. More images to come.
These are images from this past December when I spent some time at a ranch in the Sequoias. The Hasselbald is a tank in the snow.
Here are some rehearsal and performance images from Paul Taylor's new work.
It has been a visual thrill to witness this choreographic process from beginning to
All the time of preparation until opening night.
Abrons Arts Center