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By Rhythm Foundation Staff Fête de la Musique, a global celebration of music on the summer solstice, comes to Big Night in Little Haiti this month. The inspiration behind Fete, which began in Paris in 1982, is to welcome summer with free music. Prior to the main stage concert by popular young Haitian kompa group […]

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By The Tattooed Ballerinas Dancers come prepared for Modern/ Contemporary Movement and Improvisation. Helping to celebrate two of Miami’s historic gems, choreographer Hattie Mae Williams will present a site-specific dance event at the Venetian Pool — for its 90th birthday, 2015 — and a dance/film project at The Miami Marine Stadium, Key Biscayne, this Summer […]

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By Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s pioneering Liquid Music series announces today the full schedule of events for its 2014-15 season. Liquid Music, which begins its third season this fall, expands the world of classical music through innovative new projects, boundary-defying artists, and unique presentation formats. Each program features new works, […]

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By Kira Obolensky, Ten Thousand Things The innovative use of sound in Ten Thousand Things’ productions comes from the happy collaboration of necessity and imagination. Because Ten Thousand Things performs with the lights on, the ways in which light can be used to shape a play—to delineate time, to set place and scene, to bring […]

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By Emily Sullivan, Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia Throughout March and April the Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia held its first ever leadership program targeted towards the arts and cultural nonprofit and creative for-profit sectors. This program, called Designing Leadership, was a five-session-long series that helped professionals develop and strengthen their […]

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By Etain Connor and Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council of Miami With a façade that harkens back to the golden age of Ocean Drive yet refined for a contemporary palate, The Betsy South Beach is known for hosting a variety of events that are diverse, innovative and always interesting. Ask around town and the hotel […]

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The push is on to attract and retain top artistic talent in South Florida. The Adrienne Arsht Center has launched  MiamiArtsJobs.com, a free online jobs resource for the creative industries. The site is a free portal for full time, part time, freelance and internship jobs. The site focuses on creative services, arts and cultural industries […]

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By Barbara Johnson Ross, Ohr-Ohr’O’Keefe Museum of Art The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art initiated the annual Unrivaled High School Art Competition in 2002 before moving to its new museum campus in Biloxi, Mississippi.  Now that the museum is in its permanent location, the juried competition will be held again each year.  This year’s juror was […]

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By Tara Keating, BalletX “Ms. Tara?”, one of the 4th grade dancers whispers into my ear. “I’ve been practicing my steps every night at home before I go to bed. Can I show you?” She proceeds to demonstrate the entire “Superstition” dance to Stevie Wonder that we’ve been working on all by herself, and she […]

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By Serlin Quah, ZERO1 ZERO1 is thrilled to announce the unveiling of BRING IT! 2014. This summer, through the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, we’re handing over the ZERO1 Garage to innovative performance artists who are pushing the boundaries of digital culture. We are combing our way through the proposals received […]

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