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The Old and the New: UMFA Reopens with a Reimagining of the Permanent Collection

Perhaps the only constant for venues that show art is change. Exhibits come and go, while curators faced with more objects to show than space to display them rotate often uncompromising objects through necessarily flexible, though usually bland and forgettable, spaces. Yet this approach has practical limits: permanent […]

Dance

Daniel Mont-Eton’s Homeward

When I think of Daniel Mont-Eton’s Homeward I think ambient – a word derived from ambire in Latin, meaning “to go around” – and around and around. I think of the dancers’ almost-constant physical contact when dancing together, each an integral part of the other’s environment, supported by […]