Ornamental yet functional, mobile yet fragile—do these aesthetic humanoids belong more to the realm of novelty or art?
Attention ballerinas: Newton’s Third Law will give you higher legs and jumps with fewer injuries. Read my latest for Pointe magazine on the intersections between math, music and dance as learned at the National Museum of Mathematics’ Quadrivium evening salon!
If you trace the history of sketchbooks, you’ll find that although paper wasn’t always bound up into leather Moleskines, sketchbook contents haven’t … More
The west has canyons and caves, the great plains region its prairies and ranges. Maine and Washington bookend the north … More
Thin women arching backs, kicking legs, and pointing feet—“It truly had nothing to do with the revolution,” says Dr. Gang … More
For Pointe‘s October/November issue, I spoke with four dancers on their biggest onstage fails. Some musical instruments may have been harmed … More
My cover story on Tulsa Ballet dancer Jennifer Grace is out! Spoiler alert: yes, she is graceful. Read it now in Pointe’s August/September … More
If we have to accept it, Wes Anderson seems like our best option for a director-turned-curator. The man certainly has … More
One of my latest articles for Pointe! Lessons to learn from ballerina/designer/model Angeli Mamon: Don’t worry so much about a crowded market: … More
A pleasant Sunday surprise on 10th Avenue.