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Detroit Knight Arts Challenge Winners from Knight Foundation By Erica Perdue In just one week, Detroiters will again have the chance to apply for funding for their arts idea through the Knight Arts Challenge. The contest will open March 10 and run through April 7. Once again, there are just three rules: The idea must […]

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By Peter Leggett, Walker West Music Academy Walker West’s planned move to 760 Selby Avenue will be complete by this summer. The Academy has sold it’s 777 Selby Avenue property and plans to begin construction on the new space this spring. Welsh Construction has been awarded the construction contract and Academy administration has been working […]

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By Dias Dobson, Harvey B. Gantt Center Of the three exhibitions currently displayed at the Harvey B. Gantt Center, African American Art Since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center seems most appropriate for Black History Month.  While Question Bridge: Black Males and I See You: The Politics of Being speak volumes on the […]

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By Stephen Sokolouski, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra February was a big month for new music in the Twin Cities thanks to the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Liquid Music Series, with special performances and events featuring composer/performer Olga Bell and the musical super group Sisyphus. Olga Bell performed a program titled Origin/Outcome on Thursday, February […]

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For the month of February, Philadelphians have had the opportunity to see dance happen, right where they shop, eat and work! How? Dance in Public Places, a program by Dance/USA Philadelphia (Dance/UP), is taking dance to the streets…ok well… the mall actually… In it’s last week, don’t miss your chance to see dance happen, dance […]

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By Andi McDaniel, Twin Cities Public Television Public television– and the broadcast business in general– is in the midst of a major, dramatic transformation. So we’re more eager than ever before for big, weird, game-changing ideas– and today we’re officially announcing a project that’s full of them: TV Takeover. Call us crazy, but we wanted […]

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Ordway Feb 2014 update

Published on February 26, 2014 by in St. Paul

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By Shelley Quiala, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts Throughout the winter and spring, 2014, the Ordway is celebrating the rich artistic traditions of communities of African ancestry through the program Taking Our Place Centerstage: The African Diaspora in Harmony.  Critical to the expression of artistic traditions within this movement of people and culture are […]

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From the heart

Published on February 25, 2014 by in St. Paul

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By Kira Obolensky, Ten Thousand Things Theater The unexpected juxtaposition of the opening of Ten Thousand Things’ production of The Music Man at the Wilder Center, a Sufjan Stevens lyric, and the last month of revisions on my newest play inspires this blog post. Let me explain. I am driving to Wisconsin and listening to […]

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By Dias Dobson, Gantt Center Of the three exhibitions currently displayed at the Harvey B. Gantt Center, African American Art Since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center seems most appropriate for Black History Month.  While Question Bridge: Black Males and I See You: The Politics of Being speak volumes on the current state […]

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By Hunter Franks, Neighborhood Postcard Project We’ve become terrible at talking to each other. You can be crammed on a bus, inches away from someone, and it is socially acceptable, socially preferable, to stare off into space or be zoned in on your smartphone scrolling through your Facebook feed. Park benches remain empty of conversation. […]

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