Christina Campodonico | KCET
Christina Campodonico is a Los Angeles-based arts journalist, dance critic and a founding member of the online newsmagazine Ampersand. Her writings have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeleno, LA Stage Alliance and The Argonaut. Before jumping into arts reporting in her native SoCal, she immersed herself in modern dance at Princeton, soaked up cultural criticism at USC and continues to enjoy watching other people perform.
Post date: 2020-09-03T13:31:15-07:00
With urgent need brought on by the pandemic, as well as the challenges of AB5, the dance world is in a precarious position. This has sparked a wave of efforts to try and counteract the effects of an unpredictable time.
Post date: 2020-09-02T17:43:55-07:00
Los Angeles artists have discovered innovative ways to dance together but apart.
Post date: 2020-08-26T17:00:26-07:00
“Dancing on the Edge,” an online dance festival, showcases the creative voices of Black and Latinx choreographers.
Post date: 2020-07-08T13:12:35-07:00
Creative restrictions can often mean creative breakthroughs, as seen in Jacob Jonas’ ‘Parked’ and #adigitaldance projects.
Post date: 2020-06-19T14:02:49-07:00
Martha Graham’s reaction to the Spanish Civil War, the lost “Immediate Tragedy” performance is reimagined for the digital age and presented online as a way to reflect on today’s tragedies.