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A Year of unexpected twists has yielded yet another gift. I am happy to share with you all, that the New York State Council on the Arts has announced their recipients for fiscal year 2022.
As Seen By Others / And Then What Is has the good fortune of being one of the grantees. To view Governor Hochul’s announcement, please click on the link.
I am most pleased and proud to announce that in the summer of 2021, two segments of As Seen By Others / And Then What Is premiered on the iconic Plaza of the Brooklyn Public Library during the eclectic festival-Cinema Ephemera.
In recent months, the immensely talented Catalonian dancer, Pau Aran Gimeno (formally of the Pina Bausch Company) has asked that I serve as his Artistic Consultant on upcoming projects, inviting me to serve as an outside eye to gaze upon the new and brave works he is in the process of creating.
From June 18th to June30th, 2019 three photographs from the collection of CHOREOTOGRAPHY®,CTM were included in a dance inspired art exhibition presented by Clark Center NYC entitled “Let’s Face The Music”. To add to the excitement, this group show included the work of Romare Bearden.
THANK ALL OF YOU THAT WERE ABLE TO ATTEND OUR FIRST WORK IN PROGRESS at the Pen + Brush Gallery! Segments of our first showing were included in the Gallery’s profile which aired on the PBS program NYC-ARTS!!!!
On November 5th 2012, CHOREOTOGRAPHY ®, CTM made its stage debut during the 27th anniversary Gala for Career Transition For Dancers. With Rolex as sponsor and Madam Angela Lansbury as host, this year’s honoree was the incomparable Ms. Liza Minnelli. On January 18th 2012, CHOREOTOGRAPHY® was recorded in the European Certificate of Registration, issued by the Register of Community Trade Marks.
On October 27th, 2011 CHOREOTOGRAPHY ® is established as an LLC. In the 2010 International Photography Awards, a series of five photographs from this portfolio under the heading of CHOREOTOGRAPHY ® were awarded Honorable Mention in the professional category of Self Promotion.
In 2011, The Glory of Brooklyn’s Gowanus: Legacy, Industry and Artistry (Leslie Arlette Boyce & and Brian Merlis), is published and reviewed by Sam Roberts in the New York Times.
The Pen + Brush Gallery / 29 East 22nd Street, New York, New York 10010
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