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Member Profile: Jeff Green, Atlanta GA-2!

Jeff Green hails from Georgia’s second congressional district.  With Jeff, Fractured Atlas now has a member in every single Congressional district in the United States! Read on to find out more about Georgia, Jeff, and the art that he makes.
So, you are our special new Fractured Atlas member from GA-2! How does it feel to [...]

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Organs of State: Internet Performance and Beyond

Organs of State is a performance company that makes big ideas tangible and human, and shares them with its audience by staging whole, performative, participatory events. Although at the core it is performance arts, they’re building a home for experimenting artists and audiences of all stripes.
We spoke with artistic director Guy Yedwab about how [...]

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Regional Dispatch: The Wharton Salon

The next installment of our Regional Dispatch series comes from Western Massachusetts from Catherine Taylor-Williams, Fractured Atlas member and Producing Artistic Director of The Wharton Salon. Enjoy, and don’t forget to email Sarah McLellan if you would like to be featured in Regional Dispatch!
A theatrical love affair with a house in Western Massachusetts

“On a [...]

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Regional Dispatch: Choosing Missoula

Editor’s Note: We are excited to share the first post in a new series called “Regional Dispatch.” Fractured Atlas’ membership spans all fifty States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and beyond, and each state, region, and locale has stories to tell about the arts community in which they live. We want our members to share [...]

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Molten Power of Metal: AbOmInOg

The AbOmInOg Intl. Arts Collective harnesses the molten power of metal to create one-of-a-kind art and sculpture. The collective members support each other through the creative process, create exhibitions, and spread the skills of metalwork to a new generation. Founding member MC Reiley took time to tell us about the collective’s upcoming work.

What does the [...]

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Real Poetry: Alice Shapiro

Poet and playwright Alice Shapiro has had a whirlwind year. From her appointment as the Poet Laureate of Douglasville, GA to launching the Poetry TV series, Alice has found new ways to infuse poetry into her community. She spoke with us about reality television, the creative process, and being a native New Yorker.
What inspired you [...]

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Desperately in Love with Theater: Little Lord

The theatrical collective Little Lord offers a new spin on old classics. Their proudly low-budget, high-energy productions are a unique experience in New York theater. With source material like the tale of Queen Esther, Little Lord’s imaginative shows have inspired a strong fan base. Artistic Director Michael Levinton spoke with us about nostalgia, spectaculars, and [...]

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Freedom, Fusion & Flow: Dr. Melanie Driver-Milow

As an undergraduate, Dr. Melanie D. Driver-Milow began formulating M*SHAKA*FUSION, a dance technique reflecting “freedom, fusion, & flow.” M*SHAKA*FUSION has become a philosophy, a way of life, and a production company that touches on all parts of self - the emotional, the mental, the spiritual, and the physical. She recently shared her thoughts with us [...]

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An Expanding Voice: Joseph Keckler

Interdisciplinary performance artist Joseph Keckler captivates audiences with his vivid, imagined worlds. Whether creating a dialogue between art forms or channeling the voices of talking beasts, his performances are one-of-a-kind. Keckler spoke to us about his creative process while preparing for an upcoming European engagement.
How you define yourself as an artist?

I suppose I am a singer, a monologist, and a conceptual artist.
What is the [...]

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How We Met: New York Polyphony

The four male classical vocalists of New York Polyphony breathe new life into early music. Their unique repertory ranges from lost gems of the renaissance to new works from modern composers. They’ve also bridged the gap between eras by sponsoring remixes of their early music offerings. New York Polyphony’s sound has won them acclaim and [...]

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