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By Joseph Adler, GableStage Joseph Adler, GableStage producing artistic director, announced an international collaboration between the Royal Shakespeare Company in London and The Public Theater in New York to present Tarell Alvin McCraney’s radical new staging of ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, to be directed and edited by McCraney. ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA will premiere at The Royal […]

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By Mythili Kumar, Abhinaya Dance Company Abhinaya Dance Company recently received a grant from Knight Foundation for our fall and spring production. We are presenting “Gandhi‘ as our fall concert on November 17,18, 2012, here’s some insight into events leading up to this recital. Abhinaya presented an excerpt of the “Gandhi” production as part of […]

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By Susan Patterson, program director/Arts at Knight Foundation The Charlotte Arts Journalism Alliance, a winner in the Knight Foundation/National Endowment of the Arts Arts Journalism Challenge, was in the spotlight this week on the popular Charlotte Talks show on NPR affiliate WFAE. The alliance is a collaboration with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and […]

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MOCA recognized by The White House

Published on November 15, 2012 by in Miami

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The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) walked onto the national stage yesterday as it was received the National Medal for Museum and Library Service at the White House. Presented by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the Medal is the nation’s highest honor conferred on museums and libraries for service to […]

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For a few dollars more

Published on November 14, 2012 by in Charlotte

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By Susan Jedrzejewski, McColl Center for Visual Art Award-winning conceptual artist Mel Chin, currently a Knight Artist-in-Residence at McColl Center for Visual Art, will speak in McKnight Hall on the UNC Charlotte campus on Thursday, November 29. His talk, “FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE,” will address a variety of recent work and the value and […]

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Philadelphia’s Bearded Ladies Cabaret scored a bit of national attention this month via a profile on Generocity. The theater company and Knight Arts Challenge Philadelphia winner was noted for its creativity and determination in making the most of limited resources. Michael Pelusi writes: “Any grassroots arts organization would be well-served by taking a cue from […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer The voice knows no borders or nationality; neither does the soul. Bernarda Fink brings worlds together with hers, a voice of endless nuances and facets that above all, reflects “soul.” Whether it’s Schubert or Piazzolla, Bach or Berlioz, she captivates through her nobility, elegance and exquisiteness, a rara […]

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By Sue Arrowsmith, Miami Dade College Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art + Design has big plans for this Art Basel. As part of FOREVERGLADES, an environmentally-minded public installation by William Sweetlove and other members of Cracking Art Group, large-scale recyclable plastic alligators, sea turtles, frogs, and bunnies will be installed up and down and […]

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By Robert Harkins, HistoryMiami So far, the HistoryMiami South Florida Folklife Center has presented two programs featuring our current resident artist Mieko Kubota, a master of Japanese ikebana (flower arranging). On September 29th, Mieko created unique arrangements and also explained the philosophy behind her Zen-influenced style at a special ikebana presentation. While audience members delighted […]

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By Giselle Heraux, AIRIE Photographer Krista Elrick is not taking an ordinary road trip. There is no visit to the Grand Canyon or a Broadway play on her agenda. Instead, Elrick is following in naturalist painter John James Audubon’s footsteps, and the trail has led her to Everglades National Park, where she is Artist in […]

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