Philip Glahn

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Oral History Project: Dindga McCannon by Philip Glahn
Dma 7

Most artists will tell you, the pieces create themselves. You’re just the vehicle or the vessel that this creativity is going through.

Oral History Project: Dindga McCannon by Philip Glahn
Dma 7

Most artists will tell you, the pieces create themselves. You’re just the vehicle or the vessel that this creativity is going through.

Philip Glahn’s Bertolt Brecht by Richard Foreman
Bertolt Brecht

While the now-accepted wisdom is that Bertolt Brecht was one of the major dramatists of the past century, this same acceptance often tends to obscure the most unique aspect of his work, namely: his struggle through the decades to find new ways to present his deep political and social commitment—not just in his subject matter, but, equally, in the formal strategies of his distinctive theatrical form.

Blake Stimson and Gregory Sholette’s Collectivism After Modernism: The Art of Social Imagination After 1945 by Philip Glahn
Stimson And Sholette

Contrary to some strains of popular belief, collectivism is artmaking not only with many but for many.

Benjamin Weissman’s Headless by Philip Glahn
Weissman 1 Body

Philip Glahn discusses the fables and work of Benjamin Weissman, comparing the writer to Bertolt Brecht and praising his poetic form.

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