Just off his dance performance with Paris street artist JR and his Les Bosquets with the New York City Ballet, and the documentary of the same name which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival last month, Lil Buck put his unique, street inspired dance skills to re-interpret Baroque dance moves during the time of King […]
Creative Inspiration: Lil Buck Dances at Chateau du Versailles Event, Choreographed by Benjamin Millepied with L.A. Dance Project
Tribeca Film Festival to Kick-off this Week, Featuring Paris Street Artist JR’s Les Bosquets Film with NYC Ballet and Street Dancers
Tribeca Film Festival kicks-off later this week. One of the most highly anticipated films is Paris street artist’s JR, “Les Bosquets.” The film follows the story of JR’s first project Portrait of a Generation in the ghetto of Montfermeil, the story of Ladj Ly and the riots in the suburbs of Paris in 2005, and […]
International Olympic Committee Attempts to Make Sports in Olympics Relevant, Short-Lists Wrestling, Puts “Roller Sports” On Back-Burner
For those hoping that skateboarding or even inline, for that matter, would soon be an Olympic sport, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has punted it in favor the recent short-listed sports, wrestling, baseball/softball, and squash. Last week, in a statement that declares who’s going to make the cut for the IOC Session vote in Buenos […]
Coke’s Dancing Vending Machine Connects with Dance Dance Revolution Generation
Vending machines have a different meaning in many Asian countries than they do here in the United States, often taking on the tasks of supplying far more than basic drinks and fast food needs. But the influences from Japan’s vending machine culture in particular has made its way into cool collaborations in the States in many […]
Acne Paper’s Youth Issue Highlights Traditional Arts Such as Dance and What It’s All About for New Generation in 2011
In a twist on what’s generally highlighted in youth culture, Acne from Sweden takes a look at a growing interest in traditional arts such as dance, poetry, and opera.
Bodies in Urban Space-Street Art Takes New Forms, Literally, as Choreographed Troupe Re-defines Public Spaces
Culture jamming at its best, Bodies in Urban Spaces proves another way to redefine the social conventions of what is urban space.
Parkour and Freerunning on the Rise Among American Youth Culture -California Opens First Dedicated Facility, Tempest Freerunning Academy
The art of getting from one place to another has never been so cool. Here’s another new urban sport on the rise, with a lifestyle borrowed from many, yet completely unique in its mash-up.
Breakdancing to Classical Music -New-School Ballet Raises the Bar on How Dance, Music, Sports, and Urban Culture Continue to Evolve in Beautiful Ways
This viral video shows the combination of new classical music and genres of urban culture such as breakdancing, filmmaking, and talent.