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National Choreographic Festival Program B Keeps the Spotlight on Female Choreographers

The second weekend of Ballet West’s National Choreographic Festival features three pieces created by women: Jennifer Archibald’s “Myoho,” performed by Cincinnati Ballet, Robyn Mineko Williams’s “To Clear,” performed by Charlotte Ballet, and África Guzmán’s “Sweet and Bitter,” performed by Ballet West. Like the first weekend of the festival, each choreographer presents a different approach […]

Soloist Katlyn Addison and Artist Hadriel Diniz in Africa Guzmán’s Sweet and Bitter. Photo by Beau Pearson.
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National Choreographic Festival Brings Female Choreographers to the Fore

The second weekend of Ballet West’s National Choreographic Festival features three pieces created by women: Jennifer Archibald’s “Myoho,” performed by Cincinnati Ballet, Robyn Mineko Williams’s “To Clear,” performed by Charlotte Ballet, and África Guzmán’s “Sweet and Bitter,” performed by Ballet West. Like the first weekend of the festival, each choreographer presents a different approach […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Three Responses to an International Emergency – Part 1: Dana Gluckstein and the Plight of Indegenous Peoples

Dana Gluckstein, “Tribal Man in Transition.” Kenya, 1985. Sometimes numbers provide the best grasp of world history, of its sporadic progress and its frequent failures to move ahead. For example, World War II caused an estimated 60 million deaths, which is thought to be the greatest loss of […]