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Knight Foundation recently announced the 56 winners of Knight Arts Challenge Detroit – and the buzz is following. The Detroit Free Press covered the announcement and the winners in its September 10 edition. Read below for an excerpt and click here to read the complete story. Reprinted from The Detroit Free Press And on Tuesday, […]

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By Connie Shaver, Concrete and Grass Lowertown Music Festival This weekend’s 7th annual Concrete and Grass Lowertown Music Festival brought just about everything musical to Mears Park, covering over three nights the talents of a classical chamber orchestra; opera soloists; brass ensemble; African beats; and the instruments and voices of rock, pop, and jazz. The […]

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Locust Talks: Fairfax Dorn


Published on September 10, 2013 by in Miami

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By Locust Projects 2013 marks Locust Projects’ 15th Anniversary as an experimental exhibition space with a mission to serve artists and the community. To mark this milestone we will inaugurate Locust Talks, a new lecture series that brings visiting curators and directors from innovative institutions across the country and internationally. Each art professional will give […]

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By Nicholas Mirra, Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia Philadelphia’s search for its next artist-designed bike rack is nearing an important first deadline. The last day to submit a design is September 30th. That deadline was extended to increase the number of submissions received, and to give artists time to react to a change made in […]

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By Anarrah Ross, Gantt Center Words are incapable of conveying how grateful I am to have been a part of the opening of The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey- Where Art and History Intersect.” My first day as an intern at the Harvey B. Gantt Center coincided with the launching of […]

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By Nina Johnson-Milewski, Miami Rail Knight Foundation supports the Miami Rail to provide arts and culture coverage about Miami for local and national distribution via print and online platforms. Below, Nina Johnson-Milewski, publisher of the Miami Rail, writes about their work from the past year. The Miami Rail has provided a valuable forum for analytical […]

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By Jennifer Weismann, VocalEssence The US premiere of acclaimed English composer Jonathan Dove’s There Was a Child opens the 2013-2014 VocalEssence season on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. The one and only performance will be held in the newly refurbished Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, and will feature the 100-voice VocalEssence Chorus and 32-voice Ensemble […]

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A Look Back at Inside|Out

Published on September 1, 2013 by in Detroit

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By Allie Clayman, Detroit Institute of Arts When I first arrived at the DIA in May 2011 as an eager intern, I had no idea what outcomes to expect of the Inside|Out program that I had been enlisted to help implement. How would people react when they came upon a reproduction of a Van Gogh […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer A young cellist in meteoric rise, 29-year-old Joshua Roman is a perfect example of an accomplished 21st century artist. The native Oklahoman is a composer, organizer, curator, social media expert and complete musician. Roman has made three working visits to Miami in 2013 to date. He made his […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer With the 2013-2014 music season upon us, it’s time to look, compare, pick and schedule. The upcoming season evinces interesting progress in musical programming for a city as diverse and eclectic as ours, one in which achieving artistic and financial balance is a feat of magic, wrought only […]

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