This week when Brooklyn Ballet takes to the stage for its spring season, two Norte Maar artists have collaborated with resident choreographer, Julia K. Gleich to create two new works on the company.
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Artnet.com’s critic Benjamin Sutton interviews Brooklyn gallerist on challenges of running a gallery in Brooklyn.
Read the excerpts from transcript a riveting post performance discussion following the November 2, 2013, Counterpointe program at The Actors Fund Arts Center. Moderated by Karole Armitage of Armitage GONE! Dance the discussion featured Lynn Parkerson (Brooklyn Ballet), Julia Gleich (Gleich Dances), Nikki Hefko, Eryn Renee Young (XAOC Contemporary Ballet), Morgan McEwen (MorDance) and Sam Grymont (Arch Contemporary Ballet).
Last Friday, throngs took to the streets once again for the ninth edition of Beat Nite, featuring just 10 galleries and art spaces selected by guest curator of the night James Panero, art critic and Executive Editor, The New Criterion.
Norte Maar talks with Takehiro Ueyama, founder and artistic director of TAKE dance about his early beginnings and his upcoming performance at Dance at Socrates (Socrates Sculpture Park, August 24 at 3pm).
Norte Maar talks with Young Choreographer Dani Mullen, about her invitation to work on a new piece for Dance at Socrates.
Norte Maar talks with Lynn Parkerson, founder of Brooklyn Ballet, about her life in the dance world and the upcoming performance at Dance at Socrates (Socrates Sculpture Park, August 10 at 3pm).
Norte Maar’s Sara Christoph catches up with Julia K Gleich for a brief chat about her life in the dance world and her upcoming residency at Dance at Socrates (Socrates Sculpture Park, August 5-10).
Norte Maar is pleased to announce an open call to all young choreographers (Ages 13-18). Coinciding with Norte Maar’s summer of dance at Socrates Sculpture Park, young choreographers are invited to apply for a week of mentorship . This program, part of Dance at Socrates, will choose one student for each week of August and at the end of the week their choreography will be presented to the public in performance. They will receive guidance from a professional choreographer and be given time to work on the main stage.
Continuing Norte Maar invested interest in promoting collaborations between poets and artists, this Spring Norte Maar published jack. the first book of poetry by Bushwick based writer Mika Gellman with art by Steve Harding. Sara Christoph caught up with Mika Gellman for a conversation about her work, her influences and her first published work.
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