Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival welcomes New Zealand-based Black Grace in the sixth week of the 90th anniversary season

The sixth week of the Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival 2022 will welcome New Zealand-based company Black Grace to the Ted Shawn Theater from July 27th to 31st. Week 6 of the festival by Michel Gibson with the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra / NOJO7 at Jacobs Pillow Ground, a dichotomy night with Taylor Stanley on the … Read more

Chennai’s Little Theater is back on stage at a theater festival for young audiences

The Little Theater is the return edition of the Little Festival with workshops, Korean theaters, local favorites and more, unleashing two years of tedious creativity. The Little Theater is the return edition of the Little Festival with workshops, Korean theaters, local favorites and more, unleashing two years of tedious creativity. Rhythm is the hallmark of … Read more

The 51st International African Arts Festival Returns to Brooklyn This Weekend!

The 51st International African Arts Festival Returns to Brooklyn This Weekend!

After celebrating its historic 50th anniversary last year, during a year of lingering COVID, the International African Arts Festival (IAAFestival2022) returns to Brooklyn, revived and stronger than ever. IAAF– New York City’s longest-running celebration of worldwide African music, dance, and culture– will take place at Commodore Barry Park, located at Nassau and Navy streets in … Read more

Engaging the Senses at the Knox Asian Festival – Cityview

Engaging the Senses at the Knox Asian Festival – Cityview

This summer, we will go in droves to Downtown Knoxville to experience the best of Asian culture during Knox Asian Festival. The festival has been making an impact since its inception in 2014, starting at Krutch Park with 3,000 attendees. In 2019, it expanded to World’s Fair Park with 60,000 attendees, raising close to a … Read more

The Moss Bank Festival will be held from July 15th to 17th — food trucks, street dances, car shows and more.

Mosbank’s Old Wives Lake Festival is the city’s largest annual event, with a variety of activities including street markets, swimming, blacksmithing, workshops, face painting, petting zoos, live music and more than 70 vendors. Will take over. Mosbank’s Old Wives Lake Festival is the city’s largest annual event, with a variety of activities including street markets, … Read more

This week, the Southwest Festival movement begins

June 28-Monday afternoon is cloudy, but it’s starting to get hot in the dance studio of the New Mexico School of the Arts. Sarah Hogrand-Gourre leads seven people through guided meditation in a Diversity Inmotion class. Hogland-Gurulé, a core artist at Albuquerque dance company Dancing Earth Creations, said, “I want to make this a space … Read more

The “Chorus Line” at the PA Shakespeare Festival is tremendously pretentious.

When the “A Chorus Line” opened on Broadway in 1975, it became the hottest ticket in New York’s theater district. About 47 years later, the work of the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (held until July 9th at the main stage of the Labouda Performing Arts Center at DeSales University) proves that it is still a peculiar … Read more

Midsummer festival on weekends in Dubuc, Saskatchewan.

The event featured traditional pole raising and dancing, as well as Scandinavian crafts, Vikings and Sami tents. DUBUC – The first midsummer festival hosted by the Melville and District Scandinavian Club was held on Sunday. About 50-60 people participated in the midsummer festival, some of which were decorated in traditional Swedish costumes. Yorkton This week … Read more

TROY dance students and teachers return to Pietrasanta, Italy for the annual International Arts Festival

Troy University dance students and faculty members will have the opportunity to visit the art community of Pietrasanta, Italy, for a two-week study abroad trip as part of the reopened Summer Arts Academy. This trip coincides with the annual Danza in Arte Pietrasanta (DAP) Festival. This is a unique international festival that combines dance and … Read more

St. Paul’s Latvian Song and Dance Festival Celebrate Music and Culture

Sure, Minnesota is known as “the land of 10,000 choirs,” but did our singing tradition disrupt the empire? Latvian singers did. The singing and dancing festivals in the Nordic countries and their Baltic neighbors Estonia and Lithuania helped bring these countries together to declare Latvia’s independence from the Soviet Union in 1990. rice field. The … Read more