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Andrew Liu, the host of this week, will lead the group to discuss the boundaries between contemporary curators and artists.
Join Us on December 1st for 2014 tree lighting ceremony at Lincoln Center!
Participants are invited to prepare a 3-5 minute story. We'll have a few workshops taking you to reexamine the space and people around you. Share your story, repeat others', and say it without words.
“Into Eternity” is a feature documentary film directed by Danish director Michael Madsen, released in 2010. It follows the construction of the Onkalo nuclear waste repository on the island of Olkiluoto, Finland. The film provides a conversation not only about nuclear waste, but also the notion of time, space and human existence. We would watch the whole film, following by a 10-15 minutes leading discussion and 30 minutes open discussion.
New Media Art? Net Art? Digital Art? Post-Internet Art? Is Internet a medium or a space? Does Internet filtrate, erode, or foster artists- and do we gain a new voice through Internet?
Saturday October 25 at 7:30 PM
The Retrospective of Jeff Koons culminates with a 36-hour marathon, while a Balloon dog-themed GIF sold for $5800 on Ebay. After a hundred years, still we ask-- Are readymades art?
On September 26, the New-York Historical Society will open a groundbreaking exhibition on the Chinese-American experience in this country. It’s a story that has never been told.
In 2014, the 120th anniversary of the most outstanding Peking Opera performer of all times, Mei Lanfang, will be celebrated. He was the first actor ever to present Beijing Opera in foreign countries. Mei Lanfang’s son Mei Baojiu, together with other outstanding stars of the Jingju Theater Company of Beijing, Mei Lanfang Jingju Troupe will present "Classic Plays of the Mei School" and "Lady Mu Guiying Takes Command" in the United Stated of America.
Jenneth Webster, who served as Director of Community Programing at Lincoln Center for 28 years, passed away on April 10. Under her artistic leadership, Lincoln Center Out of Doors grew into one of New York’s and the country’s most significant outdoor multi-disciplinary festivals. She was tireless and indefatigable in her efforts and ideas for extending Lincoln Center’s community outreach, and was responsible for establishing the beloved La Casita program. From an early age she became aware of the importance of, in her own words, “the impact of living arts on people.” Over the decades, through Jenneth’s efforts, thousands of people and countless performers came together on Lincoln Center’s outdoor spaces to celebrate music, dance, spoken word, and community.