The Thutmosid Dynasty included Hatshepsut, Ahkenaten, and Tutankhamun. With the death of Tutankhamun, his half-sister & wife Ankhesenamun, and their still-born children, the line came to an end.
After his 1961 defection from the Soviet Union in Paris, Rudolf Nureyev was inivted to visit London by Margot Fonteyn. On his first visit to discuss Fonteyn’s upcoming charity gala, Nureyev used the alias “Zygmunt Jasman.” Jasman was a real Polish dancer who was also on the program. Fonteyn continued to call Nureyev “Jazz” and […]
Ysidora Pico de Forster (1808 — 1883) Born 206 years ago, Ysidora Pico is back in 21st century transmedia splendor courtesy of her descendant Christa Forster. Forester has performed her ancestor: On stage As an avatar in the virtual world SL On the co-creation website .Re/act In an ancestor tweetchat #1850charla. What’s on [My] Mind […]
Do artists make work? Or does the work make the artist? Donelle Woolford is asking you!
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