Julie Gordon Dalgleish

Julie Gordon Dalgleish

April 15, 2011 by admin
It's as if you're putting together a dinner party in a [manner in which] you hope will generate a rich conversation. — Melissa Franklin, director of the Pew Fellowships in the Arts Read More...
December 23, 2009 by Steve
Report on the efforts following the 500 year floods that occurred in the Red River and Minnesota River Valleys in Minnesota and North Dakota in 1997. It serves as a report on the progress made and can also serve as a blueprint for other communities. Download:    When the Hot Dishes Stop Coming (191Kb) Read More...
September 30, 2000 by admin
"Creativity takes time; it doesn't need time. Plants take time; they don't need time." In a panel discussion on artists at the ninth biennial DanceUSA Roundtable, Marda Kirn, former director of the Colorado Dance Festival, delivered a thoughtful, well-prepared presentation. The focus of her talk was artistic process — how we think about it and the language we use to describe it. Process has become mechanical, she said, as compared to something that is organic. “We tend to think about experimental labs as opposed to planting a garden. We say we need things — like time, space, money. Read More...