Michael Sakamoto, H.P. Lovecraft, Brandon Ballengee, George Fu


Butoh: The Body In Crisis
In Michael Sakamoto, butoh – the 20th century Japanese avant garde dance form (created to explore identity after world war two) – continues to evolve.

Lovecraft: Fear of the Known
The legacy of the early 20th century American writer H.P. Lovecraft is among the most powerful in contemporary horror.

The Art in Science
Brandon Ballengee’s artistic practice and scientific research are of a singular goal; to generate understanding and awareness of endangered species.

George Fu: From Ivy League to Ivory Keys
George Fu came to the Curtis Institute having already graduated from Harvard. For him, committing to music was not a choice, it was his destiny.

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