Posts Tagged ‘Nancy Bannon’

More Than Yoga: Dance Exchange’s New Ways to Connect Mind and Body

If you hear the phrase “mind-body connection,” what comes to mind? Most likely, yoga. After all, the practice of holding standing and seated poses has been the first and last word on the mainstream movement scene for almost a decade now.
But in fact, there’s a range of activities from all over the world that are [...]

Reflections on D.C. Art in 2010

I'm not a fan of top tens. And because I just began covering art for the Washington City Paper in the middle of the year–with a fall hiatus–I don't feel qualified to give a list of "best shows." But, there are several things I'm ruminating about going into 2011.
The Washington Project of the Arts is [...]

Last Chance: Transformer Gallery’s “Cornfield”

These are the real children of the corn—the ones who grow up poor in small agricultural towns, who drop out of school because their future is bleak, who drink because there's nothing better to do. Transformer Gallery's latest installation brings us to their hangout: the cornfield, where illicit activities can be easily concealed, and hours [...]