Let There Be a Light Box

Published on February 8, 2010 by in Uncategorized

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Beth Boone describes her vision for the Light Box at Goldman Warehouse (without the pesky pole made famous in the old Light Box Studio). For 20 years, the Miami Light Project has programmed some of the most bracing work to come to town and commissioned many of the most inspiring performance pieces created by local […]

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This Weekend….

Published on February 5, 2010 by in Uncategorized

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There’s a lot going on in the art world this weekend….. Friday: The Coral Gables Cultural Center of Spain presents a new exhibition titled, Art Encounters: Interstices between Literature, Cinema and Graphic Design. It deals with the way film and literature is interpreted by graphic design and the different ways in which this kind of art negotiates […]

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Yesterday was my birthday and I could not have wished for a better present than Ana Mendez’s dance piece, “Tribute: A Summoning,” which as the program notes explain is based on the life and recorded sounds of Joe Meek. Since I’m usually celebrating that day, I guess the knowledge never stuck that pioneer pop music […]

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SoFla Opera Companies Aggressive About Outreach

Published on February 3, 2010 by in Uncategorized

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Sarah Coburn as Rosina in The Barber of Seville. In the performances I’ve attended this season at the Palm Beach Opera and Florida Grand Opera, I’ve seen a good number of younger faces, and that’s been encouraging. After all, opera is a lot more accessible these days than it used to be not too long […]

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The New World School of the Arts was awarded $90,000 as a 2008 Knight Arts Challenge Winner to create ArtSeen, a Wynwood studio space for seniors working on their final projects. Peak inside the space, its creators and its inhabitants with this video featuring NWSA dean of visual arts Maggy Cuesta, provost Mercy Quiroga and […]

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Breaking news – beginning Thursday, Feb 18, WPBT Channel 2 will air a 30-minute special showcasing the 2008 Knight Arts Challenge and its winners. Produced by the Knight Foundation, the program gets inside the studio and behind the curtain with several local artists and organizations who won the 2008 Knight Arts Challenge. Highlighted artists include the […]

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Yesterday Rocco Landesman came to town. The outspoken head of the NEA toured DASH, Wynwood galleries, and the Little Haiti Cultural Center, before sitting on a panel at the Wolfsonian with local arts leaders to discuss Miami’s status as a “new cultural capital.” He seemed impressed with what he saw, even suggesting in a self-deprecating […]

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Here’s a show you may have missed last month. Yet Nightly Pitch My Moving Tent is an exhibition by Miami-based artist Gustavo Roman currently on view at the David Castillo Gallery, but only until this Saturday. The show consists of a series of black and white drawings, each depicting some variation of a shadowy and […]

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