Sunday, April 8, 2018

#Repost @hey.luisa On the run 🐦🖤

#Repost @nicoladavisonreed

#Repost @36daysoftype ・・・ Our guest today does not need much introduction either, her name is @malikafavre and she is one of the most well-known illustrators of today, a forerunner of a style that has set trends and has inspired countless artists. For this #36days_F she has shared with us part of one of her first and most recognizable works, the Kamasutra alphabet, with this letter #F entitled as 'The Fan'. ♋️📎🎯🏆✨ Big thanks Malika! 💖

#Repost @stephenpetronio #trioA w/flags #yvonnerainer @stephenpetroniocompany @whitebirddance portland @nichscico @elijahlaurant #postmodern

#Repost @alastair.macaulay News has just come that Donald McCayle has died. Born 6 July 1930; died 7 April 2018. Just a couple of springs ago, his “Rainbow Round My Shoulder” (1959) was danced - terrifically - by the wonderful Dayton Contemporary Dance Company as part of Paul Taylor’s American Modern Dance season. Racial injustice, chain-gang prisoners, a shoot by and killing were - are - among its imagery. McCayle was among the first African American dancers and choreographers to become a leading name in American modern dance. His work took him into Broadway, TV, and film. I wish I had seen more of it. Sunday 8 April.