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By Jos Duncan,  filmmaker, storyteller, educator &   Sundance Institute Screenwriters Intensive participant The Sundance Institute Screenwriters Intensive in Philadelphia was a soul-opening experience that left me feeling as if I had taken trail-runs through my fears, danced on kitchen tables, and inhaled the stinky things in my life, with the characters in my script. We wrote […]

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Knight Arts Challenge winner Michigan Arab Orchestra makes headlines this month. The ArabAmericanNews.com reported on the orchestra’s Building Bridges through Music program at Detroit’s Woodward Academy. Click here to read the complete article and/or read an excerpt below… Cross-posted from ArabAmericanNews.com After spending eight centuries in the Iberian Peninsula, Arabs left a long-lasting mark on […]

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By Jackie Rivera, The Project [theatre] (Gasp!) Please believe us when we say this is the first breath of air we’ve been able to take since July. I know we were irresponsible and left you guys out in the cold to forage our facebook page for whatever crumbs we were dropping about our goings on. […]

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Now through Nov. 15, five small South Florida arts organizations are vying for the Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award, offering a $20,000 prize. Below, Diliana Alexander talks about why the Indie Film Club should get your vote. To see the other nominees and to text to vote, visit knightarts.org/peopleschoice. Q. Why should your group win […]

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THE SPECIMEN DRAWER, 2013

Published on November 1, 2013 by in Miami

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By Susan Silas, AIRIE Fellow The South Florida Collections Management Center is tucked inside Everglades National Park at the end of Research road. Inside its temperature controlled and darkened drawers, birds that inhabited the park as far back as the 1960’s are laid out, each with a handwritten tag carefully tied to its feet, in […]

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Now through Nov. 15, five small South Florida arts organizations are vying for the Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award, offering a $20,000 prize. Below, Jan Mapou talks about why the Mapou Cultural Center should get your vote. To see the other nominees and to text to vote, visit knightarts.org/peopleschoice. Q. Why should your group win […]

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By Laura Quinlan, Rhythm Foundation Last Thursday, October 24th, Arcade Fire – one of the most popular rock groups in the world today – played a secret show at the Little Haiti Cultural Center.  For real!  Of course it wasn’t so secret because thousands of people turned out, even though they called themselves “The Reflektors.”   […]

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By Steve Murray, critic-in-residence with Art Matters: Engaging the Community through Embedded Arts Journalists Holding the neck of his cello in hand, Karlos Rodriguez explained to his young audience where they might have heard “The Goldberg Variations” before. You know the music during the opening credits for that gruesome, cannibal-psychiatrist TV series, “Hannibal”? No response. OK […]

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Now through Nov. 15, five small South Florida arts organizations are vying for the Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award, offering a $20,000 prize. Below, Jim Hammond talks about why The Puppet Network should get your vote. To see the other nominees and to text to vote, visit knightarts.org/peopleschoice. Q. Why should your group win the […]

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Now through Nov. 15, five small South Florida arts organizations are vying for the Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award, offering a $20,000 prize. Below, Ian Welsch talks about why The Motivational Edge should get your vote. To see the other nominees and to text to vote, visit knightarts.org/peopleschoice. Q. Why should your group win the […]

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