Ernest Vincent Wood III’s award-winning oil painting, “Hope,” draws attention at Mark Arts, where it’s currently on display as part of the gallery’s Oil Painting National Invitational. The painting depicts a nude man set against a plain background, gazing upward while surrounded by a live dove and origami doves. The man is giving a traditional gesture of blessing, as seen in iconography. The piece, painted earlier this year, won second-place honors at the Mark Arts exhibition, which was underwritten by the Fred and Mary Koch Foundation.
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – From music to dance to painting, some of Kansas’ most talented artists owe their success to a Wichita family.
For 9-year-old Topher Cundith, Pinocchio may get into trouble a lot when he first comes to life, but it’s because he’s curious rather than bad.
When Pina Bausch and her Tanztheater Wuppertal brought “Kontakthof” to the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 1985, it was already seven years old. But New York audiences didn’t care; they were still getting to know Bausch and her choreography.
It’s four hours long, takes place on a grass stage and caused a sensation at Sadler’s Wells when it first came. As 1980 returns to London, three members of Tanztheater Wuppertal talk about how it feels to perform the groundbreaking production
Forty-five minutes of 3 1/2-year-olds in tap shoes may sound like a recipe for a throbbing headache, but Courtney Runft manages to keep the noise under control. That’s because for the first few months of her pre-tap class at the American Tap Dance Foundation, students wear sneakers.
4 performances from Mendelssohn’s “Elijah”…being performed at the Lied