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The 2014 Young Voices Monologue Festival was greatly expanded this year thanks to Knight Foundation. One component of the expansion was a Pre-Festival tour in October 2013 that took past winning monologues into 13 high schools around the Philadelphia area, inspiring over 875 students with the work of their peers and to invite them to […]

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By Angela Coleman, Philadelphia Young Playwrights Philadelphia Young Playwrights, in collaboration with InterAct Theatre Company, opened the 2014 Young Voices Monologue Festival March 19-29  to 14 packed houses of student and public audience members. The festival featured professional productions of 18 winning high school students’ monologues chosen from over 400 submissions.  Currently, a post-festival tour […]

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By AIRIE Miami-based artist and AIRIE Board Member Christy Gast will host a day trip to the Hole-in-the-Donut region of the Everglades in conjunction with her solo exhibition at Locust Projects entitled Inholdings, as a special fundraiser for the AIRIE program. The tour begins at Locust Projects with refreshments and a private chat with Christy […]

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AIRIE March 2014 update

Published on March 31, 2014 by in Miami

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By Nathaniel Sandler, AIRIE fellow Living alone in the swamp is like playing a role in a silent film except that the music is not Benny Hill; it is the constant murmuring hum of whatever beast lies afoot and in earshot. Were it actually a silent film maybe you’d run into Buster Keaton, but there […]

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By Jackie Rivera, The Project [theatre] To quote Drake, “Started from the bottom, now the whole team here” and we at The Project are banging on all four cylinders for our next project. Yes, 4. Prior to now, we’ve been a three-man-band for over a year and we are happy to announce that accomplished actress, […]

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By Colby Damon, BalletX dancer About a month ago, the dancers at BalletX were afforded an opportunity to learn the pedagogical practices forged and perpetuated by the National Dance Institute in New York City. I had heard of the program for a while, and knew much of its founder Jacques d’Amboise, but otherwise had little […]

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By Locust Projects Locust Projects announces an open call to South Florida High School and MFA students to participate in LAB (Locust Art Builders) exhibition opportunity. LAB SUMMER INTENSIVE Locust Projects, Miami’s premier non-profit exhibition space for experimental contemporary art, is pleased to announce its fifth annual Locust Art Builders (LAB), a collaborative educational experience […]

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 By Liz Shannon, Bass Museum of Art It’s a bit discombobulating to walk into the Taplin gallery and see a pile of bubble-wrapped arms, but that’s par for the course when your upcoming exhibition involves fashion mannequins. To explain, the Bass Museum of Art’s new show is Vanitas: Fashion and Art, which includes avant garde ready-to-wear […]

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By Josh Campbell, PTC Education Intern and University of the Arts student “I use my work as a forum; to offer up a discussion and invite those who may not either have their stories presented onstage or come to theatre and be a part of the discussion” Anna Deavere Smith, did just that on Wednesday […]

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By Peter Rozek Canadian Residency is pleased to announce that Canadian Artist Shary Boyle is coming to Detroit through our Knight Arts Challenge-funded program! Boyle starts off her stay in Detroit, Wednesday April 2nd at 6 p.m. speaking as a part of the Cranbrook Art Museum’s [Spring] Edition Lecture Series. The talk will held in […]

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