Join us for a special CDF/Silverspace Salon with dance critic and writer, Lucia Mauro, as we collectively discuss:
"The State of the Arts & Media: What Does It All Mean, And How Can We Reinvent the Future?"
Monday, December 8, 7-9pm
1474 N. Milwaukee Ave. #3
Light refreshments will be served - BYOB - Wine is welcome!
Be part of the dialogue as CDF brings the community together around the topic of dance media coverage in Chicago. Confused about the future of print and newspaper coverage? Feel like you are seeing fewer reviews? Come hear about the state of arts coverage from Lucia Mauro, a respected dance critic about her insights, and her thoughts on how to reinvent the future of arts coverage in a shifting landscape.
LUCIA MAURO has been writing about the performing arts - primarily theater, dance and music -- throughout Chicago since 1988. She is an arts writer and dance critic whose work appears in the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, The Chicago Collection, Playbill and more. She is the author of three books for McGraw-Hill, including Careers for the Stagestruck & Other Dramatic Types. Lucia also edited A Leap Across the Atlantic: The Memoirs of Two Ballet Dancers. In addition to being Chicago Public Radio's dance critic, Lucia hosts "About Dance" at the Chicago Cultural Center, the "FireSide Chats" at the Auditorium Theatre, American Ballet Theatre's Spotlight Seminars at Chicago's Civic Opera House and New York City's Metropolitan Opera House, and many live conversations with artists across the country. She is an adjunct professor of dance history at Loyola University Chicago. For more information, visit www.luciamauro.com