Montclair State University
Take a moment to view the work by our community of artists.
with Megan Schubert, Tomás Cruz
and NOW Ensemble
Mon, Oct 4 2021
Brooklyn Public Library will present short excerpts of A MARVELOUS ORDER—a highly anticipated forthcoming opera about Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs—in concert, outdoors, in front of Central Library. The opera is composed by Judd Greenstein, with a libretto by former US Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith, and is co-conceived with visual artist Joshua Frankel. Animation created by Frankel for the opera will be projected onto the building’s dramatic facade, synchronized to the live musical performance.
This moving drama by the filmmaker Emma Dante imagines the ripple effects of a sister’s death across generations in Sicily.Read More
A dark, enigmatic staging of Mozart’s opera brings together the director Romeo Castellucci and the conductor Teodor Currentzis.Explore
The Disability Caucus of Montclair State University serves as a forum for raising awareness about issues related to disability justice and rights, promoting the celebration of disability culture on campus, and working toward a fully accessible and inclusive campus community.Reel Abilities
An article published by the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics written by Ceire Monahan, Mika Munakata, Ashwin Vaidya of Montclair State University in collaboration with Gandini Juggling and PEAK Performances @ Montclair.Open the Journal
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Over the coming months we will present the work of 21 artists in a sensory series of audiovisual appetisers. Broadcast at 13.00 GMT on the second and fourth Thursday of every month, Sonic Bites offers you a welcome lunchtime break. Down tools and indulge in some digital delights to invigorate and inspire for the afternoon ahead. It is time to take your lunch break and savour a Sonic Bite…
We start on Thu 10 September with Gavin Bryars’ The Other Side of The River performed by Third Coast Percussion and featuring visuals by Laura Colmenares Guerra which was part of Cryptic’s production, “See You Later” (2016), Commissioned by Peak Performances, @ Montclair State University.View Schedule
Frame Dances (2008–2010) is an exploration of scale and mediation—a collection of dances and films exposing and theatricalizing the act of digital reproduction. How does the recorded mediate our experience of the live? How does the confined framing of the dance hide the labor of others working outside of the frame to make the dance possible?Watch the Videos
Every Thursday, we will be bringing you content from the Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Company and Live Arts archives!Watch the Live Stream