Designed to recognize outstanding mid-career Minnesota-based artists in the visual arts, composition, theater, and dance, the fellowships include a $25,000 stipend....
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AROUND THE WEB
- 2017 McKnight Fellows in Visual and Performing Arts Announced
By email@example.com (Kyoko Uchida) - Wednesday Jun 7, 2017
- My Seven Seconds of Anyone-Can-Do-It (but Not Really) Dance
By SIOBHAN BURKE - Friday Jun 16, 2017
Our critic is a lapsed dancer. But she jumped at the chance to perform a seven-second phrase from Yvonne Rainer’s “Trio A” for a film.
- Aurélie Dupont Learns to Breathe, and Be Free, Again
By GIA KOURLAS - Tuesday Jul 11, 2017
Ms. Dupont runs the Paris Opera Ballet. But she still wants to dance and experiment, as she is doing with the choreographer Saburo Teshigawara.
- Under the Stars and Quilts, With Randalls Island as Her Stage
By GIA KOURLAS - Friday Aug 11, 2017
For her newest performance project, the dance artist Emily Johnson will gather 300 people for an all-night event.
- Chronicle art critic Charles Desmarais wins major national award
By Sam Whiting - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
Chronicle art critic Charles Desmarais wins major national awardSan Francisco Chronicle Art Critic Charles Desmarais has been named a winner of the Dorothea and Leo Rabkin Prize for outstanding performance in visual arts journalism.“This is an extraordinary honor for a man who has spent his career in visual arts administration before joining The Chronicle as our visual art critic a year and a half ago,” said David Wiegand, assistant managing editor, features.Charles has brought a keen eye, a wealth of experience and, most of all, an appreciation for the importance of art in our world to his job as the Chronicle art critic.The Rabkin Prize is funded by the estate of abstract painter, folk art collector and Manhattan real estate investor Leo Rabkin, who died in 2015.Entries were judged solely upon their submission, by a three-person jury comprising readers of the arts press.
- Hughley performs benefit for Pittsburg arts foundation
By Peter Hartlaub - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
D.L. Hughley has tried a little bit of everything in the past 25 years, starring in the TV sitcom “The Hughleys,” traveling as one of “The Original Kings of Comedy,” working as a national radio host and performing on a 2013 season of “Dancing With the Stars.”[...] the Los Angeles comic will focus on his first passion: stand-up comedy.The nonprofit foundation promotes literacy, organizes community events and hosts arts programs for children and senior citizens.The California Theatre was built in 1920 as a vaudeville and silent film theater.