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 » 20 May A Theatre In Western New York Cast A White Woman To Play The Enslaved Character Tituba In ‘The Crucible’
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 » 20 May Shepard Fairey And 30 Other Artists ‘Transform’ An LA High School With Huge Murals
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 » 20 May Ruth Beckford, Often The Only Black Dancer In Modern Dance Companies, Has Died At 93
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 » 19 May Machiko Kyo, Star Of ‘Rashomon’ And Many Other Films, Has Died At 95
 » 19 May Under A Hardline Government In India, Theatre Is Facing More Censorship, And Violence
 » 19 May Knopf Fires A Longtime, Famous Editor Of Raymond Carver, Annie Dillard, And More
 » 19 May Protestors March From The Whitney Biennial To Board Member’s Townhouse
 » 19 May As U.S. States Strive To Make Abortion Illegal, Romance Novelists Pledge To Write About It
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 » 19 May Thomas Nozkowski, Who Changed The Course Of Abstract Art, Has Died At 75
 » 19 May For Decades, Cuba Exported Radio Soap Operas – And Now Their Post-Revolution Successors Are Going Digital
 » 19 May Fighting Visual Clichés About Africa
 » 18 May A Label in Need: The Week in Classical Music
 » 18 May The Week in Arts: Renée Zellweger as aTemptress; Tilda Swinton and her Daughter as Co-Stars
 » 18 May A New Tool Links The Arts To Measurable Social Impacts
 » 18 May Belgium’s Royal Museum Says It Wants To Confront The Country’s Colonial Africa Past. There’s Just One Problem…
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 » 18 May What Public TV And Radio Learned About Members And How They Support Public Media
 » 18 May What Does It Mean That Jeff Koons’ Bunny Just Sold For $91 Million? Anything?
 » 18 May The Non-Performing Musicians’ Agent: Is It Fraud, Incompetence Or Unrealistic Hopes?
 » 18 May We’ve Long Imagined Artificial Beings. It Was A Useful Exercise. But Now We’re Close To Seeing It Become Real, Will We Be Disappointed?
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 » 16 May Puritans on the verge of a nervous breakdown (and what they have to tell us): Axis Theatre Co. and Romeo Castellucci
 » 16 May How Theatre In Zimbabwe Has Been Dealing With Two Decades Of Upheaval And Poverty
 » 16 May After Firing Two Museum Directors, Czech Culture Minister Gets Fired Himself
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 » 15 May Discovering New Work: The Week in Classical Music
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 » 15 May Collective Is Translating 100 Classic Indian Novels Into English For The First Time
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 » 15 May Brazil’s New Gov’t Redirects Culture Funding Away From Rio And São Paulo — Sharing The Wealth? Or Punishing Bolsonaro’s Enemies?
 » 15 May Boston Ballet Principal Retires To Direct Rhode Island’s Largest Ballet Company
 » 15 May Rochester Philharmonic Music Director To Step Down
 » 15 May Turns Out Susan Sontag’s Actual First Book Was The One Her Husband Put His Name On And Made His Career With
 » 15 May Yet Another Problem With Peter Zumthor’s Design For New LACMA Building: You Can’t Hang Paintings On Bare Concrete Walls
 » 15 May Andrei Kramarevsky, One Of America’s Most Influential Ballet Teachers, Dead At 90
 » 15 May Migrant Death Boat Is By Far Most Controversial Work At Venice Biennale
 » 15 May Stop Asking What It’s Like To Be A Female Director, Say Females On Cannes Jury
 » 15 May 90-Year-Old Composer Disrupts Opera Opening With 50-Year-Old Grudge Against Company
 » 15 May Why Do Artists Tend To Be More Liberal? Study Says Their Brains Work Differently
 » 15 May How Exactly Do You Define ‘Camp’? You Shouldn’t Even Try (Sorry, Susan Sontag)
 » 15 May E.O. Wilson On Creativity In Science And Humanities
 » 15 May A Vietnamese-American Theatre Critic Finally Sees Her Stories Onstage — And Feels What She Had Barely Known Was Missing
 » 15 May Ten Must-See Movies Setting The Buzz At Cannes
 » 15 May ‘The Most Holistic Approach To Creating Belonging That I Have Witnessed In A Theatre’
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 » 15 May Hervé Birolini receives QuattroPole Music Prize
 » 15 May Executive Director – Ballet Des Moines
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 » 15 May Rebuilding A Literary Canon With The Voices That Weren’t Heard In The Mainstream
 » 15 May What Dance Criticism Really Needs Is Outsiders (Says A Veteran Dance Critic)
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 » 14 May 7 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 14 May Firing Up the Neural Symphony
 » 14 May Venice Opens Its First Permanent Art District
 » 14 May Shakespeare’s Globe Postpones Its Project Prospero Expansion
 » 14 May Hannelore Elsner, German Actress Loved By Art-House Audiences And TV Viewers, Dead At 76
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 » 14 May Indianapolis Symphony Music Director Krzysztof Urbanski To Step Down In 2021
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 » 14 May ‘When Literature Is Broken, We Rebuild It — Because We Need Shelter’: Arundhati Roy’s PEN America Lecture
 » 14 May Diary Of A Player In The First US Orchestra Ever To Visit Mao’s China
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 » 14 May ‘Dude’, ‘Grotesque’, And Other Words That Came From High-Culture History
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 » 14 May There’s A Reason For That: Understanding The Age Of Enlightenment
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 » 14 May Classical music news. Obituary
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 » 14 May Something American orchestras don’t want known
 » 14 May Time Pauses For Valentin Silvestrov
 » 14 May New Frontiers in Arts Research: My panel remarks at the IU Center for Cultural Affairs Symposium
 » 14 May Academia Is Addictive, Dysfunctional, And A Total Mess. Are We In End Days?
 » 14 May Plea For A Great Detente: Science And Philosophy
 » 14 May Maybe Arts Organizations Aren’t Set Up Structurally To Become More Diverse?
 » 14 May In 1975 Bas Jan Ader Set Out In A Tiny Boat As Part Of An Art Project And Was Never Heard From Again
 » 14 May Broken System: How Music Gets Promoted (And Who Gets Played)
 » 14 May Wales Proposes Making Arts Core To Public Education
 » 14 May Canadians In Rural Areas And Small Towns Could Lose Free TV
 » 14 May Cristóbal Halffter receives Spanish Music Prize
 » 13 May There Are Many, Many, Many, Many Theories About Leonardo
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 » 13 May Inspired By ‘This American Life,’ A Chinese Podcast Shoots Up In Popularity And Acclaim
 » 13 May How To Become An Admired Playwright: First, Leave School Without Ever Having Been To The Theatre
 » 13 May An Arts And Crafts House Left By A Pioneering Feminist Sculptor To The UK Is Restored After Legal Battle
 » 13 May Still Not Watching ‘Killing Eve’? The BAFTA TV Awards Think You Should
 » 13 May Reframing Lee Krasner, Pioneering Abstract Expressionist
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 » 13 May An Amazing Legacy: Susan Wadsworth Spent 58 Years Boosting The Careers Of Young Musicians. Now She’s Retiring
 » 13 May Fascinating: The Moral Of “Pinocchio” Was Not About Lying, But About Education
 » 13 May Rising Threat: Museums Versus Authoritarian Governments
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 » 13 May Marco Beltrami honored at Ghent Film Festival
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 » 12 May ‘Trans-Am Totem’ and ‘Autogeddon’
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 » 12 May Force of nature — how the Chicago Lyric Opera sold tickets
 » 12 May Observe, Learn, And Shape: Succession Planning As A Tool For Achieving Diversity In Arts Leadership
 » 12 May Engaging Young Professionals in Arts Leadership
 » 12 May Want To Be Relevant? Create Cultural Currency In Your Organization. Recruiting Younger Board Members Can Help.
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 » 12 May Listening To And Learning From Each Other
 » 12 May Artist Verna Hart, Whose Art Reflected The Rhythms Of Jazz, Has Died At 58
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 » 12 May Bringing Brooklyn Back To BAM
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 » 12 May At The Venice Biennale, Lithuania Wins The Top Prize
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 » 11 May Classical music news. Obituary
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 » 11 May How To Save The Humanities In Colleges? Rethink The Whole Idea
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 » 11 May Deutsche Musikautorenpreis for Wolfgang Rihm
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 » 10 May After 58 Years, Classical Music’s Star-Maker Says Goodbye
 » 10 May Then There’s This: Brecker With Holmquist And The UMO
 » 10 May Sontagian Revulsion: My Notes on “Camp” at the Metropolitan Museum
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 » 10 May St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Eliminates Its ‘Liquid Music’ Alt-Classical Series
 » 10 May Jim Fowler, Co-Host Of ‘Mutual Of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom’, Dead At 89
 » 10 May How Crowdfunding Site Patreon Helps (And Doesn’t) Creators Who Use It
 » 10 May Why Alexei Ratmansky Wanted To Choreograph A Shostakovich Triple-Bill
 » 10 May Developers Who Worked On Violent Video Games Tell What It Did To Their Brains
 » 10 May As Ethical Controversies Arise Around Their Donors And Collections, Can Museums Correct Themselves? Can They Afford To?
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 » 10 May 8 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
 » 10 May ‘We Are In The Early Stages Of A New Filmmaking Revolution’
 » 10 May Survey Of UK Musicians With Disabilities: 70 Percent Hide Their Disability So They Can Work
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 » 10 May Where Does The Original End And The Copy Begin? (And Don’t Even Mention Fakes)
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 » 9 May What’s The Deal With America’s Fondness For Endless Adolescence? Blame Mark Twain
 » 9 May What “The Great Gatsby” Tells Us About Jazz In The 1920s
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