Day: June 17, 2020


Now entering its 4thyear, Dare to Dance in Public Film Festival (D2D) is also the home of a new initiative: #DANCEFORAOC! The voice of a new generation, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (AOC) is up for re-election and faces challengers on both sides of the aisle. D2D just launched #DANCEFORAOC – MOVEMENT CREATES MOVEMENT— a social media dance campaign to raise awareness for ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ’ upcoming bid for …


Rachel Redux

She studied ballet in Paris until her Jewish family fled the Nazis, first to Portugal then to Brazil, and then to New York. After WWII, she traveled between the U.S. and Paris, studying Antonin Artaud’s provocative, assaultive theatre of shock and then falling into the ambit of John Cage and Merce Cunningham. She was deeply influenced …

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Learning by Seeing – Architecture

Reviewing works of contemporary architecture photographed fifty years ago raises an important question: What is the meaning of these works for the reinvention of the post-pandemic 2020s? I see a parallel between our time and the 1960s. It was a tumultuous decade: the protests against the Vietnam war became global, the women’s liberation movement entered …

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