Dance theater company ANIKAYA’s The Conference of the Birds explores movement, self-knowledge, and human interdependence.
Photograph by Gary Alpert
Choreographer Wendy Jehlen’s “dance diplomacy”
Last year, ArtWeek featured “art in the dark” projections on Boston Common.
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ArtWeek 2019 offers hundreds of events around Massachusetts.
Dancers Twyla Tharp and Graciela Figueroa in After ‘Suite’ (1969)
Photograph by Jack Mitchell
A retrospective show at Boston’s ICA
Lawrence S. Bacow and Adele Fleet Bacow, stage center at Sanders Theatre, congratulate, thank, and celebrate the performers at the Thursday evening inaugural concert and performances.
Photograph by JSR/Harvard Magazine
Students, faculty members, and visiting artists perform music, song, drama, and even a work of visual art in real time.
Madelyn Ho during a playful moment in Esplanade, one of choreographer Paul Taylor’s most famous works
Photograph by Paul B. Goode
Madelyn Ho pursued two tracks: modern dance, and getting her M.D.
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HEAR WORD! portrays the lives of Nigerian women.
Choreographer Claudia Schreier, in rehearsal
Photograph by Rosalie O’Connor
A choreographer's career, taking shape
Elizabeth Claire Walker in “Arabian Dance” from The Nutcracker
Photograph by Reed Hutchinson/Los Angeles Ballet
A ballet career, earned through college and cattle calls