Tommer Peterson

Tommer Peterson

March 10, 2017 by admin
Judy Malloy, ed. 2016. 465 pages, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.; London. Read More...
February 5, 2013 by admin
An Online Conversation Read More...
July 6, 2012 by admin
Anne Bogart. 2012, 507 pages, Theatre Communications Group, New York Read More...
February 19, 2012 by admin
This play was commissioned by Americans for  the Arts and was first performed as part of the conference session, Too Progressive, Too Elite: Public Value and the Paradox of the Arts, at the Grantmakers in the Arts 2011 conference on October 11, 2011. The cast consisted of  Elise Hunt, Britney Frazier, and Sean San José. You can watch a video of this performance at the GIA YouTube channel. PLAYWRIGHT: Read More...
February 17, 2012 by admin
Robyn Hunt is a professor of acting at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. She is cofounder and director of Pacific Performance Project/East (P3) and has appeared in professional theaters throughout North America, Europe, and Japan. She worked with Japanese director Tadashi Suzuki for more than a decade and studied with Shogo Ohta in Kyoto. She has created several evening-length dance/theater pieces, including the trilogy Suite for Strangers, which had its Seattle debut in 2004. Read More...
August 9, 2011 by admin
Reading the journals, blogs, and press in the philanthropic sector, one would think there is a conspiracy afoot to create meaningless buzzwords. Somewhere in a secret underground laboratory, teams of evil linguists work overtime coining new words and phrases designed to bewilder grantwriters and obfuscate funders' true intentions—a covert operation designed to keep grant money from being awarded. It would be cool if this were true, but I am inclined to think otherwise. Read More...
November 9, 2010 by admin
2010, 216 pages, Penguin Press, New York and London In this follow-up book to Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizations, NYU professor and Internet guru Clay Shirky continues his exploration of the ways groups are now successfully using new media and communication tools and the vast potential of these applications. Read More...
July 31, 2006 by admin
The annual conference of the International Funders of Indigenous Peoples (IFIP) met for two days at the Ford Foundation and the United Nations in May of 2006. In her opening remarks, Evelyn Arce-White, IFIP executive director, noted that it was rare to have funders, Indigenous Peoples, and NGOs together in the same room and that the value of such a meeting was not to be measured in financial terms but should be considered spiritual in nature. The spirit of this idea was evident throughout the conference. Read More...
July 31, 2004 by admin
Following up on Stan Hutton's introduction to arts blogs in the last Reader, in this issue we're looking at the beginnings of the philanthropic blogosphere. As with many blogs covering a specific field, philanthropic blogs tend to offer either personal journals of opinion and ideas or periodic news round-ups, brief abstracts of articles or publications and links to the original. Some, of course, provide both. Read More...