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Celebrating 20 years as the Internet’s longest-running arts magazine, the Dance Insider & Arts Voyager is now offering Home page ads with photos starting at just $49/month when you sign up by April 2. Contact paulbenitzak@gmail.com for more information to join Freespace Dance (top), Slippery Rock University Dance (above), and others in sponsoring the Dance Insider & Arts Voyager, for two decades the leading voice for artists.

Degas meets Valéry at the Orsay, 1

degas9 group of dancers smallTo commemorate the centennial of the death of Edgar Degas (1834-1917), through Sunday the musée d’Orsay has organized an exhibition that juxtaposes paintings, pastels, and drawings from the Impressionist artist and others with “Degas Danse Dessin,” published in 1936 by the art dealer Ambroise Vollard. Accompanied by 26 hors-textes reproductions of Degas’s graphic work, the luxury edition was written by French  poet Paul Valéry (1871-1945). “Degas is one of the rare painters to lend the floor its own importance,” Valéry noted. “He has admirable planks. At times, he views a dancer from high up, and her entire form gets projected on the plane of the plateau, like seeing a crab on a beach.” Edgar Degas (1834-1917), “Dancers,” also known as “Group of Dancers,” between 1884 and 1885. Pastel on paper, 78.3 x 77.2 cm.  Paris, Musee d’Orsay, RF 51757. © Musée d’Orsay Dist. RMN- Grand Palais / Patrice Schmidt. Courtesy Service Presse / musée d’Orsay.

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freespace for adCelebrating 20 years as the Internet’s longest-running dance magazine, the Dance Insider is now offering Home page ads with photos starting at just $49 when you sign up by March 1. Contact paulbenitzak@gmail.com for more information to join Freespace Dance (above), Slippery Rock University Dance (top), and others in sponsoring the Dance Insider, for two decades the leading voice for dancers. Above: Freespace Dance’s Donna Scro Samori and Omni Kitts, photographed by Lois Greenfield.