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By Dana Levy, AIRIE Every morning of the first week of my residency in the Everglades National park, I got into my rental car and drove to a different part of the park: the 1st day I rode a bike around shark valley, the 2nd day I kayaked at Flamingo, and the 3rd day I took a […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Here’s a riddle. What’s new but came of age a long time ago, bears the name of a composer but includes the work of others, is always held on Sunday but sometimes on Saturday, marks the end of the classical music season but stretches into summer? You’re right! […]

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By Eric Mullis, Triptych Collective Since the Triptych Collective’s artistic home is in a former mill village in Charlotte N.C., last summer I started doing extensive research into southern textile mill culture.  I wanted to know who worked in those factories and lived in the small mill houses, what their lives were like, and how […]

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Jamie Bennett was named executive director of ArtPlace America in early 2014. This month, the New York Observer profiles Bennett in a piece titled: “Changing Places: A Veteran of MoMA, the NEA and the Department of Cultural Affairs Is Using Art as a Tool for Social Transformation.” Click here to read the complete story and below […]

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By Christina Catanese, The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education We are thrilled to announce the four resident artist projects for our new LandLab residency program. Launching this spring, LandLab projects will create innovative, art-based installations that prevent or remediate environmental damage while raising public awareness about our local ecology. LandLab is a unique artist residency […]

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By Kathleen Maloney, IFP Minnesota Independent Filmmaker Project Minnesota is proud to announce the first of a six-part Master Class Series made possible by a generous grant from the James S. and John L. Knight Foundation. IFP MN’s Master Class Series offers the local film community privileged access to film and media innovators who are […]

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By Aaron Glickman, SocialMiami.com The Miami Design District presented its April edition of Site Specific, a series that brings performance out of the traditional theater and into the venues in the Design District. The April edition featured four acts from local performers. In keeping with National Poetry Month, each act had a poetic element in […]

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By Caili Quan, BalletX Dancer Dance encompasses a broad range of movement. Dance is a performance. Dance is a play. Dance can express emotion, tell a story without words. I remember spending my school days getting excited for my next dance class.  So when BalletX Co-Artistic and Executive Director Christine Cox presented the opportunity to […]

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By Adrienne Kenton, BlackStar Film Festival The producing committee and advisory board of the BlackStar Film Festival in Philadelphia held a special cocktail reception, sponsored by The Capital Grille, to celebrate past and future donors of the fledgling festival. Attendees included prominent supporters of arts and culture including Knight Foundation Philadelphia Program Director Donna Frisby-Greenwood. […]

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By Dangerous Productions Things are hopping in Frogtown, Saint Paul. Dangerous Productions has teamed up with a consortium of other local arts organizations and individuals to turn the once-troubled Saint Paul neighborhood into a unique and thriving cultural destination. How? By any means possible. For the past two years, Dangerous Productions’ HAPPY MINNESOTA project has […]

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