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Joss Carter Takes us to the Deep End of the Pool
Teacher, writer, composer, choreographer, director
Joss Carter is a young British choreographer who embodies the purest principles of fine art, having distilled them in the incubator of his own soul.
Jill S. Tietjen
Past President, National Women's Hall of Fame
The American Ballet Theatre recently announced that Misty Copeland would be promoted to the role of principal dancer, the first African-American woman to be named to this esteemed role in the world of ballet.
The Never Ending Journey of the Independent Artist
Traci L. Slatton
Independent art requires courage and persistence and a commitment to engage the world, to promote and market the work.
Goddess of New Wave: A Conversation With Berlin's Terri Nunn
LA/NY/UK based writer
It was in the midst of glam metal and punk rock in late 1970s Los Angeles that Terri Nunn, the queen of New Wave, emerged as the lead vocalist of Berlin. Nunn mesmerized with tantalizing appeal, encompassing the alluring glam of David Bowie combined with the powerful confidence of Grace Slick.
The Mastery of Isadora Duncan
Traci L. Slatton
Isadora Duncan invented an open-hearted, graceful form of dance. Her work was so beautiful that it radiated a shocking yet lyrical urgency -- and it forever opened the world to the possibilities of physical, musical expression by the human body.
Author, "The Kid and I"
People kill people. Guns kill people. But so do clothes.
A Sour Note at Carnegie Hall Few Heard, Coming From Above
The Carnegie Studios made it possible for artists to live as true bohemians: to enjoy the freedom of being deliciously different and quirky. I suppose it was simply too good to last.
Letter From Paris: Meet The Neighbors -- Isadora Duncan
Author & CherryPicd.com Founder, an Exile Returned From Paris
Recently, I happened upon
, the 1968 film about Isadora Duncan. I knew a few of the fascinating details about the Duncan family's life in Paris. I did a little research discovered she was one of my neighbors at Pere Lachaise Cemetery.
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