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How to Create an Artistic Protest

July 18th, 2011

To protest against the ongoing repression by the Belarus government, organizers created a protest as artistic as it was participatory. In one place, at one time, everyone who had gathered in a square had their mobile phone alarms go off at the same time. Some of the phone alarms played music, others played tones, and [...]

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Are You Free to Create?

January 17th, 2011

Photo by sanfamedia.com — Some Rights Reserved In a complicated world, there is one simple way to evaluate the integrity of a government: are artists free to create? This does not mean analyzing how well a government supports the arts and artists, or provides artistic opportunities, or educates audiences. Those are separate and distinct issues. [...]

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KadmusArts 2009 Slideshow Credits

December 22nd, 2009

The Images: Tollwood Winter Festival Circle K Tempe Music Festival Dance in the City Long Island Fringe Festival Erie Art Museum’s Blues & Jazz Festival Idaho International Dance and Music Festival Bath Fringe Festival Shake Charleville Castle Baalbeck International Festival FURY Factory International Dance Competition Hellas Castle Palooza Worcester Music Festival Peninsula Music Festival Bridgehampton [...]

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Saved from Censorship

September 29th, 2008

Photo by Pete Carr — Some Rights Reserved What a happy anniversary: a death of theatre censorship. As posted this week in KArts Culture News, forty years ago, on September 28, 1968, the Theatres Act passed in the UK and ended the monarchy’s total control of theatrical expression. Previously, every producer had to submit their [...]

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Our World’s Enforced Disappearances

September 1st, 2008

Photo by Anna Visini — Some Rights Reserved Our friends from the Belarus Free Theatre have sent out a special notice: August 30, 2008 marked the 25th anniversary of the International Day of the Disappeared. On this day the relatives of the disappeared and human rights defenders commemorate the disappeared and call on all governments [...]

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