“Bubu” has a 500 year old history in witchcraft ceremonies and on July 18 you can see it transformed into modern, hypnotic dance music thanks to this Sierra Leonean singer.
Born black, impoverished, gay and gifted James Baldwin said: “I am what time, circumstance, history, have made of me, certainly, but I am, also, much more than that. So are we all.”
For starters, Greensky Bluegrass slayed the crowd in 2013, and they are now signed to come back. This music festival is becoming an American phenomenon.
People love photography yet it is still a valid artistic medium , ripe with possibilities, and Mass MoCA will be showing us the work of of those artists who are finding new ways to use imagery. Just be sure your painter’s eye to view it, and not look for instant gratification.
There’s a toy piano extravaganza, a theatrical oratorio about Van Gogh, plus music by Philip Glass, Christian Marclay, Meredith Monk, 2015 Pulitzer Prize Winner Julia Wolfe as BOAC reveals its plans for three weeks at Mass MoCA this summer.
Esposito seems to be everywhere – internet, podcasts, tv celeb, but in-person with her trademark side mullet and jean jacket she is at her personal best as she lets you into her honest and very funny world.
“Boys.” a dance about brothers, “Waterfront” from the film with a score by Leonard Bernstein, and “Panic” a completely new creation by Larry Kegwin are the highlights of this special visit to Mass MoCA.