Beards are changing history

Published on November 14, 2013 by in Philadelphia

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By Sally Ollove, Bearded Ladies We were deep in the rehearsal process for My Dinner with Dito: A How To Be Gay Cabaret when the Supreme Court ruling on DOMA was announced. That makes us Beards 2-for-2; we like to credit our first cabaret, Back in the Army, which centers on a gay soldier, with […]

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#weddingopera

Published on November 12, 2013 by in Philadelphia

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By David B. Devan, Opera Philadelphia Svadba-Wedding, the a cappella opera written by the talented, Montreal-based composer Ana Sokolović, was the perfect choice to launch Opera Philadelphia’s newest initiative, Opera in The City. It couldn’t have been more successful.  The entire run sold out with rave reviews from both audiences and critics alike: The Wall Street Journal The […]

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By Janet Batet, Miami Arts Journalist Introduced in 1939, by  H. Weyl, the term symplectic comes from the Greek sym-plektikos (συμπλεκτικός) meaning “that intertwine” or “connect”.  Determined essentially by a complexity of subspaces on which the structure vanishes itself, the symplectic topology measures the area by using complex curves instead of real ones, proposing a […]

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By AIRE staff AIRIE and Everglades National Park will kick off Fresh AIRIE: Artists’ Experiences in a World Heritage Site, at the Miami Dade College’s (MDC) Homestead Campus.  This traveling exhibition features works by more than 30 artists as part of the Everglades National Park’s AIRIE Collection, including painting, photography, video, audio composition and poetry. […]

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By Valerie Ricordi, MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA)’s new documentary “Collector to Collector,” opens with Rosalind Jacobs,  whose lifelong friendships with many of the artists in the Surrealist and Dadaist movements resulted in an amazing collection of works by Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst and most substantially, Man Ray.   Ms. Jacobs recounts […]

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Now celebrating its 15th year presenting experimental contemporary art, Locust Projects is pleased to announce that artist Angel Otero has been commissioned to create a work for Art on the Move, part of an ongoing public commissions initiative. The New York-based Puerto Rican artist embeds personal history in his densely stratified abstract paintings. Otero’s investigational […]

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By Jodi Farrell, Adrienne Arsht Center In true New World-New Miami fashion, one of South Florida’s most celebrated visual artists arrived at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts this week via the Miami-Dade Metromover – with paint splatters on the tips of his white Converse sneakers. Hernan Bas, New World School of the […]

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By Katherine Bergman, Zeitgeist Each fall, new music ensemble Zeitgeist brings together an eclectic cast of adventurous Twin Cities performers to celebrate the wide variety of cutting-edge new music that is being created locally. Zeitgeist’s annual New Music Cabaret gives concert-goers a taste of new music from multiple genres, including jazz, contemporary classical, blues, folk, […]

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By Georgia Guthrie, The Hactory Electronics and digital technology can infuse works of art with an element of magic. At The Hacktory we have literally put this magic in people’s hands, through classes and large public events. We want to do more though. We want to make our classes available to artists. We’ve found that […]

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By Gina Russo, Locust Projects Now celebrating 15 years of exhibiting experimental contemporary art, Locust Projects is pleased to present Intethe (Sketch for an Opera), South African sculptor Nicholas Hlobo’s first major project in Miami. Hlobo is known for creating theatrical environments and sprawling organic sculptures made of materials such as leather and rubber, intricately […]

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