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UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance Presents Trisha Brown Company’s In Plain Site Los Angeles

This past March 6-12, and just before the passing of Trisha Brown, UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance (CAP) wrapped up the second of its three year project, Collaborative Intersections in the Visual and Performing Arts (CIVP). Under the leadership of Executive and Artistic Director Kristy Edmunds, CAP had already had Choreographers Deborah Hay…

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The Mistake Room in Los Angeles Shows Diana Thater’s Environmental Lament in “A Runaway World”

For any of us who have been fortunate enough to spend time on a protected game reserve in Africa, you are seeing the last of many incredible species that most probably will not be on this planet past the end of the 21st Century. This is the subject of two videos brought into sharp technological…

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Clayton Campbell is once again working with the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA

Clayton Campbell is once again working with the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA evaluating their Collaborative Intersection in the Visual and Performing Arts Project (CIVP) funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This season they will be focused on Choreographer Deborah’s presentation of “A Platform in Three Parts in October 2016; Jonah…

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Clayton Campbell Undertakes Study of Laguna College of Art and Design Professional Development Curriculum

Clayton Campbell has been working with Laguna College of Art and Design on a study of its professional preparation curriculum since this past October. Currently in the deep dive research phase, a final report will be delivered to the President of the School Jonathan Burke and Hélène Garrison, Vice President of Academic Affairs in early February.…

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LA’s Otis College Inaugural Residency Program Emphasizes Engagement With the Professional Creative Community

In June 2017, Otis College of Art and Design hosts its inaugural three-week L.A. Summer Residency Program (June 4-25) for national and international artists and designers. Consistent with the College’s commitment to professional development, participating artists and designers will be deeply engaged with the L.A. professional creative community—making it the only art and design residency…

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Artist Mel Chin’s Water Resistant Garden Project Rounds Out the City of LA’s Public Art Biennial 2016, Current: LA Water

Mel Chin’s Water Resistant Garden Project Rounds out the City of LA’s Public Art Biennial 2016, Current: LA Water This July 16 through August 14 saw a host of innovative projects from national and international artists presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Public Art Division’s CURRENT: LA Water Public Art…

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A Conversation with Artist Mark Bradford about Art and Philanthropy Part Three

Artist Mark Bradford and Clayton Campbell discuss Mark’s art, his efforts as a philanthropist, and how his new organization Art and Practice is a model for his way of sharing his success with those in need.    

A Conversation with Artist Mark Bradford about Art and Philanthropy Part Two

Artist Mark Bradford and Clayton Campbell discuss Mark’s art, his efforts as a philanthropist, and how his new organization Art and Practice is a model for his way of sharing his success with those in need.

A Conversation with Artist Mark Bradford about Art and Philanthropy

Artist Mark Bradford and Clayton Campbell discuss Mark’s art, his efforts as a philanthropist, and how his new organization Art and Practice is a model for his way of sharing his success with those in need.

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Makes Major Moves To Expand The Arts Center at Governors Island

LMCC’s new President, Andrew D. Hamingson has made the expansion of the Arts Center at Governors Island an immediate priority. Expected to re-open to the public in May of 2017, the hope is that the updated and expanded facilities to the LMCC portfolio of programs will boost its ability to provide direct support to artists…

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