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The Sound of Jeanne Lee’s Voice

Blogging Fellows, Music, Reported, Vanguard Voices

Jeanne Lee (1939-2000) was a poet and vocalist of wide-ranging musical talents who pushed the forma…
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Can Sports Be an Aesthetic Experience?

Blogging Fellows, Reported, The Art of Thinking

Contingency and unpredictability can elevate a football game into a kind of theater.
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Vanguard Voices

Blogging Fellows, Music, Reported, Vanguard Voices

“If creative music is under celebrated and under documented compared to other eras in jazz, t…
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Winnowing The Wynn

Blogging Fellows, Dicey, Public Art, Reported

A critic surveys the Wynn Las Vegas art holdings and asks, “What can compete with a hanging p…
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When the Shows Stopped

Blogging Fellows, Ghost Lights, Reported, Theater

In 2020 actor Kait Russell got her big break – her first audition for a Broadway musical. But…
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How a 19th-Century Idea Could Rescue 21st-Century Art

Commentary, Reported, Visual Art

The American Art-Union offers a model for supporting artists with direct engagement from the Americ…
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Have Skateboard. Dive Deep.

Far Out, Poetry, Reported

Poet Anders Carlson-Wee on the skateboarding aesthetic, the benefits of dumpster diving, and the da…
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How to Tell a Dance on Film

Dance, Film, Reported

Elliot Caplan and Mirra Bank watch dance with eyes and minds open to creative possibilities. They e…
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Drop Out. Tune In. Start a Revolution.

Far Out, Reported, Visual Art

Mario Torero on leaving art school, his place in the Chicano art movement, and fifty years of bring…
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Begin at the End

Music, Reported, The Revisionary

Ken Thomson exemplifies a new generation of composers tasked with picking up the pieces of music hi…
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