PuSh Blog


A night worth fighting for: dirtsong—A curatorial statement by Norman Armour

February 02, 2017

Every two years, I travel to Australia in February for the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM). It’s a showcase for Australian work and artists. Other internationals, such as New Zealanders and Koreans and the odd […]

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Ideas & Industry: Introducing the new PuSh Assembly with highlights from Week 1 by Joyce Rosario

January 14, 2016

Still from a live performance of Jack Charles V. the Crown

Even before my time on staff at PuSh, I looked forward to each year’s PuSh Assembly offerings as a way to connect with peers and meet new colleagues—not just for the chance of rubbing elbows […]

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Indigenous Performance Reaches Critical Mass: An Interview with Cole Alvis by Joyce Rosario

January 13, 2016

Cole Alvis & Lee-Ann Buckskin

Ahead of next week’s first PuSh Assembly Industry series event, Indigenous Performance Reaches Critical Mass, Associate Curator Joyce Rosario interviewed Cole Alvis (Métis-Irish),  Executive Director of the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance and event facilitator. Read […]

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