I can assure you, the poems these poets have written are infectious.
What Geoff Packard and the team with Runyonland Productions did with “For the Record” was create a space for a new work to be explored and celebrated.
Alexander is more than her impressive list of accomplishments. She’s deeply curious. She’s thinking about big ideas. She’s constantly experimenting with sound, form and genre.
This event was the perfect curator for togetherness between not only Ann Arborites and students, but families of all ages.
I encourage every student artist to reach out to the students that are not in their major.
Each piece carried an explicit tone as given by its categorized heading — playful and adoring, passionate, devoted and enduring or unrequited — but each piece also held a more softly-spoken air of chanciness, precariousness.
The best alinear art creates connections between disparate moments in time, allowing for development to take place over the course of a work though time may not be contributing to this development.
The exhibit returns to the roots of Ann Arbor’s social movements.
MUSKET did a wonderful job of giving the audience glimpses of the underlying fascist revolution while maintaining that life revolved around the complete opposite — parties and wild entertainment.
McDonald reminded me, as a young performer, of why I started singing in the first place.