Finding Empathy in ‘Disclosure’

Stephanie Peirolo premieres a one-woman show, inspired by her stories of sexual harassment in the advertising world, this weekend at 18th and Union.

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Dance-Experimentalist Christin Call Embraces Her Ambition

Photo by Bret Doss, design by Christin Call

“I love antiquated words. I love the grandiloquence of things that seem obsolete, and bringing them back fresh into this current world that we live in, and I think ballet is the same.”

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Up Close and Personal with Mickalene Thomas

Mickalene Thomas sits in a reconstruction of the studio that features in many of her paintings, at Henry Art Gallery. Photo by Margo Vansynghel.

The day before to her photography show’s opening at the Henry on Saturday, Mickalene Thomas talks about her time as a model, the class that changed her life and how art is always personal.

Going Up

Illustration by Kathryn Rathke

Rising playwright Seayoung Yim expands her horizons with ‘Persimmon Nights.’

Vermillion Celebrates 10 Years

Vermillion owner Diana Adams. Photo by Margo Vansynghel

Diana Adams reflects on the role her longstanding art gallery/bar plays in a dramatically changing neighborhood.

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