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03/09/2022

CounterPointe Returns!
new works by women choreographers & their collaborations with artists

Fri, Mar 11 and Sat, Mar 12 at 7:30pm and Sun, Mar 13 at 4pm >tickets<

General Admission: $25 / Students+Seniors $20

The Mark O'Donnell Theater at the Actors Fund Arts Center 160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn

Directions by Subway: A, C, G Train to Hoyt-Schermerhorn. 2, 3 Train to Hoyt Street

Collaborating choreographers and artists:

Julia Gleich with Sharon Butler
Joan Liu with Traci Johnson
Kathryn Roszak with Anna Sidana
Charly Santagado with Barbara Weissberger
JoVonna Parks with Noël Hennelly
Tiffany Mangulabnan with Madge Reyes
Sarah Marazzi-Sassoon with Sophia Chizuco
Eryn Renee Young with Elizabeth Riley

This March, after a one-year hiatus, Norte Maar brings forth CounterPointe9, a collaboration between eight female dance makers and eight visual artists. The performances will take place at downtown Brooklyn’s The Mark O’Donnell Theater at the Actors Fund Arts Center on March 11-13, 2022. Tickets available through EventBrite.

CounterPointe image designed by Jason Andrew featuring artwork by Traci Johnson. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

Produced by Norte Maar

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

About CounterPointe Brooklyn, NY—Norte Maar in collaboration with Brooklyn Ballet presents CounterPointe, the annual curated performance series featuring women choreographers making new work on pointe. Series will run three nights at The Mark O'Donnell Theater at the Actors Fund Arts Center (160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY).

CounterPointe is an annual performance series dedicated to presenting the latest experimental, innovative, risk-taking choreography that shows a depth of investment in ballet by women dance makers working with the pointe shoe. Investigating new and old territory the series highlights new work, opening up discussion, and creating a forum for women, young or old, emerging or established, to take risks. Since 2016 Norte Maar has paired choreographers with visual artists, presenting their new collaborations at CounterPointe.

Dance and art luminaries who have moderated a panel discussion following Saturday's CounterPointe have included Guerrilla Girl Frida Kahlo, Karole Armitage, Ashley Bouder, Sharon Butler, Antonia Franceschi, Claudia Jeschke, Kat Wildish, Gabrielle Lamb/Pigeon Wing Dance, Lynn Parkerson/Brooklyn Ballet, and Kathryn Posin. In 2018 award-winning artist and writer Sharon Butler led the discussion. Stay tuned to find out who will lead a talk back with choreographers and their collaborating artists following the Saturday February 29 performance of CounterPointe.

The series made its inaugural presentation in Brooklyn at the Actors Fund Arts Center in 2012. In June 2013, the series made its London debut at the Broadway in Barking.

I remember one of my first ideas in these early punk pointe pieces was to think of pointe shoes as weapons. – Karole Armitage, 2013 CounterPointe Panelist

I think what you are doing is fantastic for the continuation of the exploration of choreography on pointe. – Susan Jaffe 2012 CounterPointe guest choreographer

Proof of full vaccination and a booster dose for those eligible is required for all visitors and staff. All visitors ages 5+ and staff are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and booster dose (when eligible in accordance with CDC guidelines). All visitors and staff ages 18+ must also show a valid ID with proof of vaccination. Children under the age of 5 will not be permitted to any indoor program or event. Currently all visitors are required to wear masks while on the premises during a ticketed public event.

Proof of a negative COVID-19 test will not be accepted as an alternative to vaccination.

State of the Arts NYC was on hand for the Outsider Art Fair. It was great to be at an art fair after a two year hiatus.
03/06/2022

State of the Arts NYC was on hand for the Outsider Art Fair. It was great to be at an art fair after a two year hiatus.

01/12/2022

Here are the Golden Globe winners --

Best motion picture, drama
Belfast
Coda
Dune
King Richard
The Power of the Dog -- winner

Best TV series, drama
Lupin
The Morning Show
Pose
Squid Game
Succession -- winner

Best director, motion picture
Kenneth Branagh, Belfast
Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog -- winner
Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Lost Daughter
Steven Spielberg, West Side Story
Denis Villeneuve, Dune

Best actress in a motion picture, drama
Jessica Chastain, The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Olivia Colman, The Lost Daughter
Nicole Kidman, Being the Ricardos -- winner
Lady Gaga, House of Gucci
Kristen Stewart, Spencer

Best motion picture, musical or comedy
Cyrano
Don't Look Up
Licorice Pizza
Tick, Tick... Boom!
West Side Story -- winner
Best actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy
Marion Cotillard, Annette
Alana Haim, Licorice Pizza
Jennifer Lawrence, Don't Look Up
Emma Stone, Cruella
Rachel Zegler, West Side Story -- winner

Best actress in a TV series, drama
Uzo Aduba, In Treatment
Jennifer Aniston, The Morning Show
Christine Baranski, The Good Fight
Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid's Tale
Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Pose -- winner

Best actor in a supporting role in any motion picture
Ben Affleck, The Tender Bar
Jamie Dornan, Belfast
Ciarán Hinds, Belfast
Troy Kotsur, Coda
Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Power of the Dog -- winner

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Saniyya Sidney as Venus Williams and Will Smith as Richard Williams in King Richard.
Chiabella James/Warner Bros. Pictures
Best actor in a motion picture, drama

Mahershala Ali, Swan Song
Javier Bardem, Being the Ricardos
Benedict Cumberbatch, The Power of the Dog
Will Smith, King Richard -- winner
Denzel Washington, The Tragedy of Macbeth

Best original score, motion picture
Alexandre Desplat, The French Dispatch
Germaine Franco, Encanto
Jonny Greenwood, The Power of the Dog
Alberto Iglesias, Parallel Mothers
Hans Zimmer, Dune -- winner

Best original song, motion picture
Be Alive, King Richard
Dos Oruguitas, Encanto
Down to Joy, Belfast
Here I Am (Singing My Way Home), Respect
No Time to Die, No Time to Die -- winner

Best actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy
Leonardo DiCaprio, Don't Look Up
Peter Dinklage, Cyrano
Andrew Garfield, Tick, Tick... Boom! -- winner
Cooper Hoffman, Licorice Pizza
Anthony Ramos, In the Heights

Best limited series or TV movie
Dopesick
Impeachment: American Crime Story
Maid
Mare of Easttown
The Underground Railroad -- winner

Best TV series, musical or comedy
The Great
Hacks -- winner
Only Murders in the Building
Reservation Dogs
Ted Lasso
Best actress in a TV series, musical or comedy

Hannah Einbinder, Hacks
Elle Fanning, The Great
Issa Rae, Insecure
Tracee Ellis Ross, Black-ish
Jean Smart, Hacks -- winner
Best actress in a limited series or TV movie

Jessica Chastain, Scenes from a Marriage
Cynthia Erivo, Genius: Aretha
Elizabeth Olsen, WandaVision
Margaret Qualley, Maid
Kate Winslet, Mare of Easttown -- winner
Best actor in a limited series or TV movie

Paul Bettany, WandaVision
Oscar Isaac, Scenes from a Marriage
Michael Keaton, Dopesick -- winner
Ewan McGregor, Halston
Tahar Rahim, The Serpent
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Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin in Succession.
Macall B. Polay/HBO

Best supporting actress in a TV role
Jennifer Coolidge, The White Lotus
Kaitlyn Dever, Dopesick
Andie MacDowell, Maid
Sarah Snook, Succession -- winner
Hannah Waddingham, Ted Lasso
Best screenplay, motion picture
Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza
Kenneth Branagh, Belfast -- winner
Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog
Adam McKay, Don't Look Up
Aaron Sorkin, Being the Ricardos

Best actor in a TV series, musical or comedy
Anthony Anderson, Black-ish
Nicholas Hoult, The Great
Steve Martin, Only Murders in the Building
Martin Short, Only Murders in the Building
Jason Sudeikis, Ted Lasso -- winner

Best motion picture, non-English language
Compartment No. 6 (Finland/Russia/Germany)
Drive My Car (Japan) -- winner
The Hand of God (Italy)
A Hero (France/Iran)
Parallel Mothers (Spain)

Best actor in a TV series, drama
Brian Cox, Succession
Lee Jung-Jae, Squid Game
Billy Porter, Pose
Jeremy Strong, Succession -- winner
Omar Sy, Lupin

Best motion picture, animated
Encanto -- winner
Flee
Luca
My Sunny Maad
Raya and the Last Dragon

Best supporting actor in a TV role
Billy Crudup, The Morning Show
Kieran Culkin, Succession
Mark Duplass, The Morning Show
Brett Goldstein, Ted Lasso
O Yeong-Su, Squid Game -- winner

Best actress in a supporting role in any motion picture
Caitriona Balfe, Belfast
Ariana DeBose, West Side Story -- winner
Kirsten Dunst, The Power of the Dog
Aunjanue Ellis, King Richard
Ruth Negga, Passing

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12/20/2021

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from State of the Arts NYC!

It's that time of year. Hopefully, we can visit some family and friends. The last two years have been rough. God Bless e...
11/23/2021

It's that time of year. Hopefully, we can visit some family and friends. The last two years have been rough. God Bless everyone.

State of the Arts NYC wishes you and your family a blessed holiday!

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11/10/2021
Exhibition Exploring How French Art and Design Inspired Walt Disney Will Open at The Met in December

https://www.artfixdaily.com/news_feed/2021/11/09/6755-exhibition-exploring-how-french-art-and-design-inspired-walt-disn New narrative that the public may find interesting.

Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts will be the first-ever exhibition at The Met to explore the work of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ hand-drawn animation. Opening December 10, it will draw new parallels between the magical creations of the Disney Studios and their ar.....

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11/10/2021
Exhibition Exploring How French Art and Design Inspired Walt Disney Will Open at The Met in December

https://www.artfixdaily.com/news_feed/2021/11/09/6755-exhibition-exploring-how-french-art-and-design-inspired-walt-disn New narrative that the public may find interesting.

Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts will be the first-ever exhibition at The Met to explore the work of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ hand-drawn animation. Opening December 10, it will draw new parallels between the magical creations of the Disney Studios and their ar.....

SEIZAN Galley New York is please to present Bedtime Stories, a group exhibition focused on smaller scale works by four J...
11/03/2021

SEIZAN Galley New York is please to present Bedtime Stories, a group exhibition focused on smaller scale works by four Japanese artists: Ruiji Aiba, Yuichi Kashima, Akihiro Misaki, and Ami Yamashiro.

Ruiji Aiba (b. 1964, Fukuoka, Japan) creates ceramic sculptures of imaginary figures and animals derived from Japanese and Chinese folklore. His works fit into the palm of a hand and are painted in iridescent colors with meticulous detail. The creepy, yet whimsical creatures of Aiba with their strange tales lure viewers into another world. The exhibition includes his sculptural work and utilitarian pieces such as sake cups, tea pots and a lamp shade.


Ruiji Aiba. Catfish And Two-Tailed Cat (Calico), 2021. 4.7 x 2.5 x 3 inches (12 x 6.3 x 7.5 cm)

Yuichi Kashima (b. 1981, Tokyo, Japan) often depicts nightscapes derived from his memory: A highway wrapping around a remote mountain, a bridge shooting through two tunnels across the Kano river, or a rural road that frames a grid of rice fields. The mundane yet dreamlike scenes capture the living breathing essence of the landscape, as if it was some sort of living creature. The show includes four lithographs by Kashima produced since 2013.


Yuichi Kashima. Slope Way, 2014. Woodblock print. 12 x 17.5 inches (30.5 x 44.5 cm).

Lithograph artist Akihiro Misaki (b. 1987, Tokyo, Japan) focuses on simple shapes, objects and ordinary scenes. They are often photocopies of images that begin in the artist’s mind, yet resonate with the viewer, in shared nostalgia. It's as if the scenes are from our own memory or dreams. The show includes six prints produced since 2013.


Akihiro Misaki. Hand, 2016. Lithograph. 11.7 x 8.3 inches (29.7 x 21cm).

Ami Yamashiro (b. 1987, Fukuoka, Japan) is a master of etching and Mezzotint prints. In rich black ink, she recreates mythical scenes featuring a long-haired girl, animals, and mysterious objects. The images are reminiscent of fantasies from another time such as Alice in Wonderland. They are eerie and awkward, yet strangely comforting, and invite us to imagine what might happen next.


Ami Yamashiro. Habit, 2014. Etching. 7.7 x 8.5 inches (19.5 x 21.5cm).

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