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By Lindsay Dickson, Minnesota State Fair Foundation In celebration of arts in Minnesota, State Fair guests were entertained by drumming, dance, theater and music with surprise 10-minute pop-up showcases throughout the fairgrounds. This was the inaugural year for the Arts A’Fair program at the Minnesota State Fair, with plans for more performances during the 2014 […]

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By Gustavo Matamoros, Artists in Residence in Everglades It is the end of my second week in residence at Everglades National Park and I have been mostly exploring.  There is plenty around here for the eye during the day—as you may hint from the pictures below.  But I work with sound and I’ve learned that […]

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By Laura Quinlan, Big Night in Little Haiti The September 20 edition of Big Night in Little Haiti brings the color and extravagance of One Miami Broward Carnival to the plaza of the Little Haiti Cultural Center, along with two top Haitian bands live in concert.  Costumed masqueraders from Carnival, which comes to town in […]

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Attorneys and the arts

Published on September 16, 2013 by in Miami

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By Etain Connor and Laura Bruney Attorney Daniel Novela cannot point to one moment that cemented his interest in the arts. It was a natural and gradual process.  When he and his wife joined a young professionals group for the Perez Art Museum of Miami (formerly Miami Art Museum). It was to attend creative social […]

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International writer Thomas Kennedy spent a week in residence in the Writer’s Room at the Betsy Hotel this summer. The Writer’s Room was awarded a $60,000 Knight Arts Challenge grant to help brand South Florida as a muse for authors. Kennedy wrote about his experience for a recent presentation at Books and Books. Click here […]

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Get a taste of Sundance in the Magic City Sept 27-29 as the Sundance Short Film Festival Short Film program arrives at the Cosford Cinema and Miami Beach Cinemathque. The Festival is bringing the experience on the road with a multi-city tour throughout the United States. The program runs for 93 minutes and box proceeds […]

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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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