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New York City’s 1st Annual Drone Film Festival Opens March 7!

Tickets are now on sale for the First Annual New York City Drone Film Festival, the world's first film festival dedicated to works filmed using drones. Scheduled for Saturday, March 7 at the Directors Guild of America Theater, NYCDFF is a one-of-a-kind,... Continue Reading →

Crossing Cultural Frontiers: The ‘Voice of Asia’ Fills Carnegie Hall

by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Music heals, music pierces language, crosses cultural frontiers, and reveals the heart of universalities; like poetry, it builds bridges, like dance, it goes deep within and adds light. In Voice of Asia, the Astana... Continue Reading →

Dance In A Room On Broad Street This Saturday with Jacob Jonas The Company

Jacob Jonas The Company is premiering its first full-length work, In A Room On Broad St., in Los Angeles co-presented with Highways, a non-profit performance space, located at 1651 18 Street in Santa Monica on Friday, July 25th & Saturday,... Continue Reading →

New York Theatre Ballet Announces The Alice-in-Wonderland Follies

New York Theatre Ballet announces The Alice-in-Wonderland Follies choreographed by Keith Michael at New York City's Florence Gould Hall, 55 East 59th Street, New York City. Follow Alice's adventures through Wonderland as she meets some of the most beloved characters in children's literature.... Continue Reading →

The Inspiration of Dance

I woke up this morning wanting so desperately to find some inspiration in the day for myself...and then a video appeared in my box, posted by Ellison Ballet in NYC who The Model Critic covered in review.  I had to... Continue Reading →

New York City Streetscapes by Mark Neuwirth

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NOW ON VIEW: Moyra Davey at the Whitney

2012 BIENNIAL: MOYRA DAVEY In this video, 2012 Whitney Biennial artist Moyra Davey discusses her photographic series on view in the exhibition, Mary, Marie (2011) and We Are Young and We Are Friends of Time(2011).

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