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By Cathy Leff, The Wolfsonian-Florida lnternational University  Cathy Leff is director of The Wolfsonian-Florida lnternational University in Miami Beach. Below, she writes about “Power of Design 2014: Complaints,” a multidisciplinary event slated for March 20-23. The festival is sponsored by Knight Foundation and curated and organized by The Wolfsonian in partnership with WLRN and the Miami Herald. Everyone has complaints, […]

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By Cammy Richards, WPBT Knight Foundation supports WPBT2/Community Television Foundation of South Florida to produce original content about the regional arts scene. Below, Cammy Richards, director of communications for WPBT2, writes about the anniversary of the series “Art Loft,” which first aired Feb. 5, 2013, and a new series of profiles. Funding from Knight Foundation, […]

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By Carolina Candelaria, Arts for Learning/Miami Arts for Learning’s ArtWorks interns and students participated in a workshop led by Argentinian artist Santiago Cucullu on Thursday, December 5, 2013. ArtWorks Interns from summer, as well as ArtWorks School Year students took part in this unique Art Basel Miami Beach experience, organized by ArtWorks partner organization, UBS […]

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By Stephen Sokolouski, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra “Patricia Kopatchinskaja’s fiddling is part Gypsy princess, part Stephane Grappelli, part Paganini” - The Australian “Her playing is sovereign and animalistic, tender and sassy” - Tagesspiegel (Berlin) “If anyone thought classical music was stuffy or corseted, here was the riposte” - Financial Times “A fearless violinist who enjoys jolting audiences” – Musical […]

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By Gina Russo, Locust Projects Locust Projects is pleased to announce an open call to South Florida high school students for a chance to participate in a collaborative exhibition at the organization’s 5,000 square foot exhibition space in Miami’s Design District. Locust Projects is alternative, not for profit exhibition space dedicated to providing contemporary visual […]

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Goodbye, Claudio

Published on January 29, 2014 by in All Communities

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer He preferred to be called “Claudio” rather than “maestro”, a title that defined him, even though it was unnecessary, as were those of Knight of the Republic and Senator for Life that the Italian government bestowed on him. He was always above all titles, in politics as in […]

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By Elizabeth Shannon, Knight Curatorial Fellow at Bass Museum of Art I have been reflecting on my previous twelve months of activities, as many people do when one year wanders off into the sunset and another one bursts onto the scene. I’ve been lucky enough to have worked on a number of exciting projects (with […]

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Cross-posted from The Sundance Institute Blog By Kamal Sinclair, New Frontier Senior Manager Sundance Institute, in collaboration with the Miami Filmmaker’s Collective, is launching the inaugural New Frontier Flash Lab in Miami (FL) next month. Through our deep investment in projects that are evolving the field of storytelling, New Frontier has gained valuable knowledge about […]

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By Sue Arrowsmith, Miami Dade College Back by popular demand, Miami Dade College’s MDC Live Arts presents a powerful performance by trailblazing choreographer Nora Chipaumire. This time, Chipaumire brings Miriam, a stunning dance tribute to the life of South African singer and freedom fighter Miriam Makeba. The performances will take place Friday and Saturday, Jan. […]

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By Rodney Dickson, AIRIE fellow Coming to work in The Everglades National Park has been wonderful. First thing, leaving freezing New York in January and coming here to the sun is great and the park has been an endless inspiration for my work. Dawn through the pine trees at the studio, dusk over Flamingo Bay, […]

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