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By Angelica Arbelaez, Locust Projects Locust Projects selects twenty-five South Florida high school students to participate in the 2014 LAB (LOCUST ARTS BUILDERS) program: Kristen Baldaccini, TERRA Environmental Research Institute, David Baptiste, Miami Beach Senior High, Marco Barbieri, TERRA Environmental Research Institute, Cyrus Blot, North Miami Senior High School, Allison Bouganim, Design and Architecture Senior […]

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By Melissa Henry, Studio Echelman Janet Echelman, the internationally-renowned artist who has been commissioned to create an original artwork for Dilworth Plaza, has been selected for a major commission in Boston. The Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy selected Echelman from a field of nearly 100 artists to create a monumental aerial sculpture to suspend over the […]

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By Sarah Hricko, DANCECleveland From America’s majestic West, to a kibbutz in Israel, to the Carnival spectacle of Brazil, DANCECleveland’s 59th season will continue a tradition of bringing companies noted for unique artistic voices and distinctive styles to stages in northeast Ohio. The 2014-15 performance season will feature five extraordinary dance companies from the U.S. […]

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By Allie Vanyur, Ballet X BalletX, Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet, presents Summer Series 2014 featuring a world premiere full-length ballet by Co-Artistic Director Matthew Neenan. Inspired by the true story of Captain Edwin Musick, an American pilot who dared to cross the South Pacific, Sunset, o639 Hours is a celebration of human advancement in the […]

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By The South Florida Center for Percussive Arts Introducing Drum Up Support! This ongoing campaign is designed to assist in the development of our performing ensembles starting in the Fall. The groups will be divided into four categories: juniors, teens, young adults, and a wild card group. Each $25 donation will cover the cost of […]

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By Suzie Graham, president, Downtown Akron Partnership There is something beautiful about unexpected bright things. Sunny skies and 84 degree weather is expected on a typical day in Downtown Akron in the summertime, but we don’t take it for granted. Employees and families take to the streets to soak up the sunshine, smiling at passersby […]

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By Dayna Martinez, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts It was Big Band Swing Night in Rice Park on Thursday night, June 26th for the Ordway’s Summer Dance Series, and everyone had a swingin’ good time under the summer sky. Professional dance instructors from Arthur Murray Saint Paul taught the crowd some amazing dance steps. […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer The promised grand finale of the XXI Mainly Mozart Festival not only met expectations but also surpassed them, and provided pleasant extra surprises that went beyond the strictly musical. It was comforting to attend a chamber music concert at the Arsht Center’s vast and acoustically superb Knight Concert […]

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By Brenna Dixon, AIRIE I grew up a born-and-raised Floridian, knowing that if it was raining in the front yard, probably my brother and I could play in the back where it would be sunny. I watched half-eaten possums float by in the canal I fished with a childhood friend, was mesmerized by the seemingly […]

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By Joey Bargsten, Florida Atlantic University MelanchoLalaland™, our multimedia opera, is in full swing. Here’s a few of the lighting/staging sketches we prepared to visually explain the relationship of live performer to screen for the Miami venues we are currently pursuing. The corporate-dystopia environment was built in Maya and Unity, and doubles as a set […]

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