This post was written by Veronica Dittman Stanich. Veronica danced for a variety of choreographers in New York, then went on to earn a PhD in Dance Studies from The Ohio State…
This essay is published in conjunction with FRAME: A salon series on visual art, performance, and identity surrounding the No Safety Net Series theater festival performances. “FRAME & Storytelling” is written by Angela G. King….
download pdf press images chron listing view brochure Innovative arts presenter leverages its 140-year legacy to refine, incubate, and premiere new works, projects Debut collaboration by Joyce DiDonato and conductor Yannick…
SMTD Associate Professor and Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) Director Ashley Lucas explains the incorporation of Us/Them in her curriculum.
Faculty across a variety of schools at the University of Michigan chose to integrate this engaging performance into their syllabi, exposing their students to the world of performance art and modern dance. Below, some of these faculty discuss the impact of Hair and Other Stories on their courses and students.
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Doyle Armbrust, Chicago-based violist and member of the Spektral Quartet, explains his take on understanding Górecki’s Third Symphony movement by movement.
This post is a part of a series of posts from UMS Artists in Residence. Artists come from various disciples and attend several UMS performances throughout the season as another source of inspiration for their work. UMS Artist in Residence Morgan Breon previously reflected on US/Them. In this post, she continues her exploration on being an “artist” and the meaning of “art.”