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A SPANISH flamenco guitarist once taught Leonard Cohen a sequence of six chords.
Learning these chords – upon which many flamenco songs are based – formed the basis of his compositions, the veteran singer-songwriter and poet revealed during his acceptance speech for a top Spanish literature prize, the Prince of Asturias Award, in 2011.
Cohen spoke of finding his voice, and his song, in a moving personal speech, and with a humility that is characteristic …
He’s become a household name for his roles on much-loved Aussie TV shows like Doctor Doctor, Underbelly and McLeod’s Daughters.
But when the cameras aren’t rolling, TV WEEK Gold Logie nominee Rodger Corser is best known simply as dad to his four children.
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Award-Winning Donna Walker-Kuhne
Benton-Michiana Spirit News•
Creative Expression: Why the Arts Matter in Times of CrisisDonna Walker-Kuhne, Author & Founder of WalkerInternational Communications Group Inc
When:Thursday, October 29, 2020, 7 pm
Where:Online; hosted by The Mendel Center atLake Michigan College
Online passes:Free with a pay-what-you-can option to help underwrite the cost of the event
Each pass is valid for one streaming deviceMendel Center Box Office, (269) 927-8700, option 1, or www.TheMendelCenter.com
CLICK HERE for more …
photo credit: Dean Budnick
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Our latest cover story features interviews with Ben Harper and Rhiannon Giddens. After traveling down parallel tracks for many years, the two musicians finally crossed paths on a new, socially distanced collaboration.
Here is our conversation with Rhiannon (the interview with Ben is available here).
On 9 December, ArtsHub will examine the state of the arts in Australia in our Visions 2020 conference, exploring the sector in all its richness and vitality – as well as the challenges it faces, both now and in years to come.
Visions 2020 will bring our sector together to celebrate the voices of First Nations artists, People of Colour and people living with disability, as well as the ideas and passions of artists and …
This exhibition could be thought of as a mini-survey, tracking the 20-year career journey of artist Khaled Sabsabi, and yet, for a practice that is so rich, the exhibition feels like a lean conversation with just six works presented.
But as one spends time with the work, what unfolds is an incredible depth and narrative behind each individual piece. The viewer gets a sense of the diversity and eloquence of Sabsabi’s practice in a snapshot.
Wind River is an intriguing film as in many respects it represents a well-intended effort to bring intersectional topics of racial and sexual violence into a genre that is typically geared towards white male audiences, and traditionally deaf to such issues. However, like many Hollywood films dealing with such issues, it ultimately does both Native and female viewers a disservice, failing to rise to the demands of producing an effectively Native-accented discourse. The film is …
Had it not been for the Covid-19 outbreak, Tang Puay Sen would have been in the US, conducting yet another workshop. It was one of several trips abroad planned for this year that has now been scuppered, though he and a small team were in Australia and lucky enough to return home just before the Movement Control Order (MCO) was imposed.
As a young boy hiding inside a drum to avoid being dragged home by …
VIRTUAL SEMINAR: FROM THE PHASIS TO THE PILLARS OF HERACLESAssociate Professor Lieve Donnellan will be presenting a lecture Greek overseas “colonisation” and how the use of new methods continues to shed light on the phenomenon of rapid spreading of Greek settlement and migration in the 8th-6th centuries BCE. Before joining the University of Melbourne as Lecturer in Classical Greek Archaeology, Prof Donnellan was Assistant Professor of Classical Archaeology at Aarhus University in Denmark.When: 1 …