Monthly Archives: April 2008
On Monday May 5th at 7:30 pm, Kinetic Cinema will feature choreographer and dance artist, Levi Gonzalez. The theme of his evening will be experimentalism in dance and film. I’m delighted by his topic, and feel like it may be a good way to continue a debate on this blog several months ago, in which I railed against experimental dance artists dissing their audiences.
I’m conducting a little survey to collect information about YOU – my dearest readers – and your perceptions of Move the Frame blog and videodance in general. I’m going to use this information to improve this blog (hopefully), and make it more useful to you and the videodance community (most definitely!). Also, I’m writing a case study on Move the Frame for my Media Management class on branding at The New School, so it’s a good time to take stock and get some comprehensive feedback on what I’ve been doing.
Follow the URL in post to take the survey.
What I love the most about my guest-curated Kinetic Cinema series is that I’m constantly exposed to new art and ideas I would never have run across otherwise.
Dance/NYC and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts are teaming up this Thursday on April 17th to host a workshop about intellectual property issues on the internet.