One aspect of Newport I treasure is that it shows me, every time, how much I don’t know.
It is now possible for visitors to explore the MASS MoCA museum complex via a continual loop of 4.5 miles.
Laurie Anderson’s abstract drawings, 8mm documentary, found footage, and scratched-on celluloid are combined in a frequently mesmerizing way.
Residences are such a prominent feature of contemporary creative life that there’s an important gathering, the TransCultural Exchange’s Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts.
In “Delusion,” veteran performance artist Laurie Anderson generates a muted melancholy, sometimes poetic, sometimes poignant, that makes the piece a consistently compelling if not always successful addition to an ambitious body of work.
Every September proffers an explosion of productions; as usual, my eclectic picks, driven by my prejudice for the new. There are few world premieres among the openers this season, aside from the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival’s “Once in a Lifetime” and Arts Emerson’s presentation of The Foundry Theatre’s “How Much is Enough.”