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Art in the Time of Coronavirus

Art in the Time of Coronavirus

Students of Mason Gross School of the Arts, we know this is a difficult and uncertain time for you. Many of you rely on an audience, a stage, or a gallery wall to complete your work, and we want to continue to give that to you–virtually, at least.

Music faculty member hits the Road with the NY Phil Bandwagon

Music faculty member hits the Road with the NY Phil Bandwagon

Richard Deane played his last concert with the New York Philharmonic on March 12, and then, like the rest of the city, hunkered down to endure the COVID-19 crisis. Four months later, with New York reeling in the pandemic’s aftermath, Deane, the orchestra’s principal...

Author Dana Caspersen to teach Spring intensive on conflict resolution

Author Dana Caspersen to teach Spring intensive on conflict resolution

This six-week course guides students to explore how the artistic tools employed by choreographic thinkers can be used in conjunction with practices and principles from the field of conflict resolution toward the creation of participatory events spanning a wide range of human activities.

Award-winning electronic music artist to perform live concert

Award-winning electronic music artist to perform live concert

A Secret Code to feature works for solo voice and electronics Pamela Z’s sound contains multitudes: The composer/performer/media artist designs soundscapes, generating rich environments where the sounds of found objects such as a ringing telephone or trickling water...