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Ariel Carpenter (AC Remler) writes about the arts and culture of Southern California with a focus on Dance. Recipient of an SPJ Sigma Delta Chi award for feature writing, her most recent work has appeared in outlets such as USC's Trojan Family Magazine and KCET's award-winning series, Artbound. She was a finalist for a 2018 LA Press Club award for one of her Artbound pieces.

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calling glenn | Cheryl Mann
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Artbound

A Cosmic Collaboration in Dance and Music

“calling glenn” is an artistic collaboration between Wilco’s acclaimed percussionist Glenn Kotche and Danielle Agami, artistic director of AteNine Dance Co that seems to have been cosmically fated. 
Courtesy of Barak Ballet
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Artbound

A New Multi-Dimensional Dance Performance Debuts for One Night

Dance is just one element of her new multi-dimensional work, “E/SPACE,” which debuts for a one-night performance.
Mr Gaga
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Artbound

The Making of Mr. Gaga: A Fascinating Duet Between Choreographer Ohad Naharin and His Filmmaker

You could say that the first time Israeli filmmaker Tomer Heymann saw the Batsheva Dance Company perform, it was a religious experience. Upon seeing the…
Litty Mathew "The Musician's Secret" cover image
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Artbound

Author Litty Mathew on Music, Memory, and the Armenian Experience

Author Litty Mathew chats about her latest book release, and Glendale's first museum exhibit commemorating the Armenian Genocide.
Mira Katz | Photo: Gregory Bartning.
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Artbound

Dancing Over 50: Documenting Aging Performers

Project "Dancing Over 50" rejects the notion that dancers have an expiration date and that the acme of their careers only occurs when their technique is at its finest. The initiative captures the voices of 50 professional dancers ages 50 to 95.
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Artbound

After Recovering from Car Accident, Dancer Catherine Round Gives Back

For the third consecutive year, Catherine Round will hold a dance benefit, "Love, In Its Many Forms," to raise money for the hospital that guided her to recovery.
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Artbound

Preserving the Legacy of Alvin Ailey Dance Theater

Robert Battle, artistic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, is devoted to creating a platform for the work of emerging artists and acclaimed choreographers.
Dance
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Artbound

Danielle Agami Brings Israeli Dance Craze to L.A.

Danielle Agami has been spreading the gospel of Gaga, a distinctive movement art form out of Tel Aviv, Israel, across Los Angeles.
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Artbound

Passing the Balanchine Baton: LAB's Next Generation of Dancers

Balanchine Festival 2013, hosted by the Los Angeles Ballet, celebrates the work of George Balanchine, one of the greatest choreographic masters of all time.
Rehearsal_Director_and_Guest_Artist_Matthew_Rushing.
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Artbound

From Inglewood to the Main Stage: The Evolution of Matthew Rushing

Hailed as one of the country's most acclaimed modern dancers, Inglewood native Matthew Rushing talks about his new role role as AAADT's Rehearsal Director.
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