Print PDF Ce lundi 21 janvier 2013, le Cleveland Museum of Art ouvre une galerie interactive unique qui allie art, technologie et médiation et ambitionne de faire découvrir de manière totalement différente les collections du Musée.
The Tony Awards are not just a celebration of excellence in Broadway theater, but also a national showcase and public record of performances that are otherwise local and fleeting. The most memorable Tony moments can echo in theater history for years or decades to come. But which are the best of the best? We've surveyed every performance of a nominated musical or musical revival since CBS's first Tony telecast (in 1967), and here's our list of the top 25. Note that we're limiting ourselves to Tony-nominated shows in the years they were nominated; don't look here for special material, musical guests, opening medleys and the like. So without further ado—and steeling yourself for the possibility that some of your favorites didn't make the cut—prepare to be razzle-dazzled by the greatest of the Great White Way. Curtain up!
This group is designed to explore the ways in which social media and technology can help bring arts and culture to the masses. "Democratizing" the arts has been a long-standing goal in the art world, and no medium makes it more feasible than the web.
ART ET INTERNET - Après avoir lancé Google art Project, le magnat d'internet poursuit son immersion dans l'art avec Google art Talks. Voir notre précédent article Google art projet: Quand la technologie flirte avec l'art.
David Lagé believes that East Buffalo needs a bit of TLC. The Brooklyn-based architect established Terrainsvagues as a type of think-tank for discussions around the plight of vacant plots that have popped up in cities grappling with their less-than-bustling, post-industrial realities. For Art Farms, its first initiative, Lagé teamed up with co-curator Andrea Salvini to revitalize the upstate Rust Belt region from the earth up.
Lagé and Salvini believe that the element of engagement will deepen a connection between residents and new local cooperatives establishing community gardens at vacant lots. They enlisted five local artists to create free-standing sculptures for three established locales: Wilson Street Urban Farm, Cold Spring Farm, and Michigan Street Farm with a single stipulation: Their site-specific works must somehow, someway support agricultural activity...
Nommé par Nicolas Sarkozy à la tête du Conseil de la création artistique (CCA), M. Karmitz est à New York pour un festival dont son "laboratoire d'idées" a pris l'initiative. Intitulé Walls and Bridges - "des murs et des ponts", paraphrasant la phrase d'Isaac Newton, "les hommes construisent trop de murs et pas assez de ponts" -, il réunit, du 27 janvier au 4 février, une série de débats et de "performances" artistiques regroupant des Français et des Américains.
Depuis plus de 20 ans, 200 artistes des 5 “boroughs” de New York expriment leur talent de façon légale sur les 18,580 m2 de murs d'une ancienne usine pour redonner de la couleur à Long Island City. Mais apparemment plus pour ...
Artist Residencies & Conflict Areas engages artists, independent arts organizations, residency programmers, and community initiatives on specific areas and conceptions of conflict. Issues for discussion will include mobility, community outreach, and exchange of knowledge through the broadly-interpreted artist residency model.
While there is no precise count, some experts believe New York is home to as many as 800 languages — far more than the 176 spoken by students in the city’s public schools or the 138 that residents of Queens, New York’s most diverse borough, listed on their 2000 census forms.
“It is the capital of language density in the world,” said Daniel Kaufman, an adjunct professor of linguistics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. “We’re sitting in an endangerment hot spot where we are surrounded by languages that are not going to be around even in 20 or 30 years.”
In an effort to keep those voices alive, Professor Kaufman has helped start a project, the Endangered Language Alliance, to identify and record dying languages, many of which have no written alphabet, and encourage native speakers to teach them to compatriots.
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