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By Dayna Martinez, The Ordway We’re finally experiencing some warmer weather in Minnesota and, for us here at the Ordway, warm weather means our Summer Dance series is almost here!  Summer Dance is a free, weekly social dance event, starting next Thursday, June 13, 2013 in downtown Saint Paul.  Each week is a different dance […]

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By Susanna Gold, Tyler School of Art at Temple University Charles Searles: In Motion,  the graduate student-curated exhibition at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University, is still going strong, and as been receiving lots of attention lately with recent reviews in the Philadelphia Inquirer,  theartblog, and the Tyler Student Life blog, just to name […]

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By Taylor Bakken, Cherry Spoon Collective On one of the first warm, sunny days of spring the Cherry Spoon Collective gathered in the Ecolab plaza of downtown St. Paul. It was the crux of the project as plans went, but not the end by any means. Having been thwarted by rain the week before, all […]

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By Penelope Freeh, American Composers Forum In March I re-set Slippery Fish, my work in collaboration with composer Jocelyn Hagen, on two new dancers. We are touring the piece to the new Links Hall at Constellation in Chicago June 7-9. A magical week opened up so I grabbed it, to re-work as needed and really […]

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By Gina M. Russo, Locust Projects Now celebrating its 15th year of exhibiting experimental contemporary art, Locust Projects is pleased to present Precipice/PostModem by Miami-based artist Jillian Mayer. Mayer is known for eclectic video installations that compress virtual, cinematic, and physical space. This is Mayer’s largest exhibition to date, passing fluidly from cinema to installation […]

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By Peter Leggett, Walker West Music Academy On Sunday, May 19th Walker West Music Academy held its first annual Reverend Carl Walker and Grant West Honors Recital. Held at Camphor United Methodist Church in Saint Paul, the event was created by the Academy’s faculty committee to honor and celebrate select Academy students and those in […]

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By Katherine Bergman, Zeitgeist Zeitgeist’s home turf will be abuzz with a multitude of visual arts, performance, film, and interactive media this Saturday as the Northern Spark Festival crosses the river into Lowertown St. Paul. As part of the all-night art festival, Zeitgeist is presenting “Studio Z in Flux,” a performance event featuring the ensemble plus […]

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By Elissa Weller, VocalEssence Students from six Twin Cities elementary and high schools and one community choir performed at two VocalEssence ¡Cantaré! Community Concerts at Wayzata Community Church on Tuesday, May 21. The concert was the culmination of the fifth year of the organization’s annual ¡Cantaré! program. Founded and conducted by VocalEssence, the program pairs […]

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By Taylor Thomas, Community School of the Arts Since 2011, the Knight Foundation has provided Community School of the Arts with the chance to enable our outreach and financial aid students to experience a variety of classical symphonies, cultural concerts, emotive operas, and dynamic museum exhibitions.  The ticket access fund left students wide-eyed and excited […]

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By Linda Harris, Center City District Philadelphia Construction on Dilworth Plaza is reaching an important milestone.  Around the third week in June, a massive concrete pour will take place at the plaza to create the structural slab that provides the plaza surface on the north end where the café, outdoor terrace, and stairs to the […]

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