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By Peter Leggett, Walker West Music Academy At this time of year at Walker West Music Academy, we’re amidst planning for our next fiscal year. We’re reviewing our annual budget and configuring next year’s, forecasting enrollment trends for the year using data from the last, evaluating and reflecting on this year’s program successes and shortfalls […]

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By Viernes Culturales Join us on Nov. 30, 2012 to celebrate Little Havana’s popular arts and culture festival. Enjoy music, discover works by local artists and artisans in and around our iconic Domino Plaza on SW 8th St & SW 15th Ave, visit the many art galleries along Calle 8. Gallery 1637 SW 8th St Miami […]

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How do you make your local museum better?  Nina Simon explores the participatory museum experience in a recent Museum 2.0 blog post. Click here to read the entire piece and see below for an excerpt: Reprinted from Museum 2.0: I like to ask myself this question periodically, challenging myself to find substantive ways for visitors […]

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In 2011, Knight Foundation granted $100,000 to the Philadelphia Mural Project. The Project brought Dutch artists Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn (Haas & Hahn), known as the Favela Painters, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Philadelphia to produce their first permanent art projects in North America. This month Kaid Benfield writes about the project’s impact […]

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By Nick Ducassi, Borscht Corp Just a few days after Art Basel packs up and heads out of town, the Borscht Film Festival is set to take over Miami. This year’s festival runs from December 12-21st, with screenings, parties, and happenings going on all over Miami, including Wynwood, Downtown, and Miami Beach. From a “Bring […]

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By Alejandra Serna, Florida Grand Opera It’s opera time again! Florida Grand Opera is opening its 72nd season with one of opera’s biggest crowd pleasers, Puccini’s La bohème. To top off what is sure to be a fast selling production, the lead role of Mimì is being sung by Mexican-American soprano Ailyn Pérez, who recently […]

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By Tom Sarago, DANCECleveland The acclaimed LINES Ballet, let by visionary choreographer and artistic director Alonzo King, will come to the Ohio Theatre for two performances, Jan. 26-27, presented by DANCECleveland and PlayhouseSquare. The performance marks the first time LINES Ballet has performed in Northeast Ohio since their 2007 engagement at The University of Akron’s […]

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By Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council of Miami When business supports the arts, everyone profits. I had the honor of serving as a judge for The BCA 10 awards this year and found tangible evidence that this is true. The annual awards recognize 10 U.S. companies for their exceptional commitment to the arts. We […]

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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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