Don’t miss Claire Porter, Guggenheim Fellow in Choreography (2013), in “Prepositions on a Piano,” Sunday March 29, at Centenary Stage Company. Claire Porter, known for her smart comedic work mixing language and movement, has performed Claire Porter / PORTABLES internationally with appearances in India, Scotland, Germany, Holland, England, Latvia, and Korea. In the New York City area her work…
Once again, a few Fellows were among the winners of this year’s Jazz Awards from the Jazz Journalists Association: Roswell Rudd, Fellow 2000 – Trombonist of the Year; Jane Ira Bloom, Fellow 2007 – Soprano Saxophonist of the Year; Randy Weston, Fellow 2011 [duo with Billy Harper] – Trio or Duo of the Year. Follow the link below to the association’s listing of the prizes.
On Monday, April 29, the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation announced the 2013 recipients.
National Book Award winning poet Ai died unexpectedly of natural causes in Oklahoma on Saturday. She was 62. Born Florence Anthony in Texas in 1947 of mixed racial heritage – said to include Japanese, Choctaw-Chickasaw, African-American, Irish, Southern Cheyenne and Comanche – she legally changed her name
Kathy Lee Crane, Fellow in Film-Video, 2013: Houston Cinema Arts Festival and Aurora Picture Show partner to present a night of film and live cinema performance inspired by renowned Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini.