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By Lisa Moy, Walker West Music Academy I recently started my position at Walker West Music Academy with full bright eyes, amused to be around so much live music. Little did I know the magic that would manifest through the fingers of these young people! Like any new position you’d expect to experience some nervousness […]

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By Wendy Call, AIRE We were all sitting around a campfire, or so it seemed. After three weeks in the Everglades National Park, I traveled to Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood to offer a writing workshop: “You Are Here: Creating a Sense of Place on the Page.” Thanks to the work of AIRIE and the University of […]

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By Jackie Rivera, The Project [theatre] Holy excel spreadsheets, reality tv, and rainclouds, Batman! Is it March already?? February for The Project [theatre] was a blink… 4 weeks where, we devised a show completely through improvisation, constructed and stuck to a strict budget, thwarted what could have been a natural disaster, and came out way […]

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By Katherine Bergman, Studio Z Studio Z, operated by the new music group Zeitgeist, opened in 2009 and serves as a gathering place for the composers, performers, and audiences that make up our Twin Cities new music community. Designed with chamber music in mind, Studio Z provides our community with an intimate and affordable environment […]

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By Dias Dobson, Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts +Culture Three exhibitions, each providing a unique and inspirational view into the lives of African-Americans in the South, will open March 30, 2013 at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts +Culture. Through their work, artists Jonathan Green, David Herman and Julie Moos celebrate characteristics […]

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By Alejandra Serna, Florida Grand Opera Last year, Florida Grand Opera (FGO) made a splash when it debuted at Wynwood’s Second Saturday Art Walk with a preview event that brought opera to the young, art-loving hipsters of the neighborhood. Winning the company the honor of “Best Arts Outreach 2012” by the Miami New Times, the […]

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By Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council Over 60 arts executives and corporate representatives gathered at the Adrienne Arsht Center this week to explore collaborations at the Arts & Business Councils Miami Arts Marketing Project program on corporate sponsorship.  In today’s economy and corporate landscape both sponsor and beneficiary must be sophisticated and savvy in […]

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By Timothy Durski, 567 Center for Renewal Is it fair to say, yet, that everyone is a photographer? It’s not that everyone could be a photographer; it’s that we all have that camera on our phone, in our pocket, even those of us still holding out with our budget-model flip phone. Okay, maybe we’re not […]

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By Linda Harris, Center City Philadelphia Accessible fountains in city parks draw people of all ages, as the Center City District experienced once again when it transformed Sister Cities Park and reopened it in 2012. This 1.3-acre park at 18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway was an abandoned and forgotten park in a strategic […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer He comes to Miami directly from Basel and has nothing to do with Art Basel, but rather with a diametrically opposed and equally valuable art form. Since January, Argentine Pedro Memelsdorff has been at the helm of the famous Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, a music academy and research institution […]

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