1

Three artists have been named USA Knight Fellows for 2014 by United States Artists, the national grantmaking and advocacy group. They include Edouard Duval-Carrié, a Miami-based visual artist who recently had a solo exhibition at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Yowei Shaw, an independent radio producer in Philadelphia, and visual artist Sandow Birk of Long […]

Continue Reading

0

By Elizabeth Shannon, Bass Museum of Art Unbelievable as it may seem, Art Basel in Miami Beach is just around the corner and so the Bass Museum of Art is gearing up to prepare Collins Park for the installation of another “Public” exhibition. As a result, we will be deinstalling several works that have spent […]

Continue Reading

1

By Adia McKenzie Built in 1913, Overtown’s Historic Lyric Theater was once the cornerstone of the neighborhood nicknamed “Little Broadway” for its vibrant nightlife. The 400 seat theater was a social gathering place, free of discrimination during times of segregation. The theater closed its doors in the 1960s and remained shuttered for four decades. It […]

Continue Reading

0

By Gladys Ramirez , the Project [theatre] October already?! Maybe it was just a mild case of heat stroke, but our busy summer seemed to fly by! In case you missed everything that led up to our season kick-off this September, here’s an update on the behind the scenes action at the Project. First of […]

Continue Reading

0

Japanese-born performance artist Eiko Otake has launched the public phase of her two-year Artist-in-Residence project at the Pennsylvania Academy for the Fine Arts. Made possible by a Knight Foundation Philadelphia Arts Challenge award, inaugural activities include “A Body in a Station,” a series of solo three-hour durational performances at Amtrak’s 30th Street Station on four […]

Continue Reading

0

By Ann Mintz, Reading Terminal Market In September, Reading Terminal Market celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month, working in partnership with two culturally-specific organizations: AfroTaino Productions, and Raices Culturales Latinoamericanas. Afrotaino Productions was founded in 2005 by Rahsaan Lucas and Marangeli Mejia Rabell, who share a passion for the arts and a commitment to serve as agents […]

Continue Reading

0

By Joey Bargsten, Composer and Director of multimedia opera MelanchoLalaland™ I’ve just completed recording Katharine Goeldner singing the soundtrack for my film-Intermezzo “Casual (Sex) Friday”. Katharine has established an international reputation as one of today’s finest mezzo-sopranos. She has appeared at the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Savonlinna Festival, […]

Continue Reading

0

By Fernando González, Miami-based arts & culture writer Actor, writer and director Teo Castellanos once put a deep slice of true Miami, in all its glorious diversity, promise and miseries, right on stage. Set as a jitney ride through town, his one-man play “NE 2nd Avenue”offered a mirror to a city still becoming. It was […]

Continue Reading

0

By Laura Bruney and Etain Connor, Arts & Business Council of Miami A true renaissance man, Dennis Scholl is a philanthropist, art collector, and entrepreneur, four-time Emmy winner for his work in cultural documentaries, CPA and lawyer. His out of the box thinking has captured the imagination and interest of business leaders, artists and creative […]

Continue Reading

0

By Mary M. Chapman, Detroit-based  freelance writer The epiphany came when Jonathan Lewald was enjoying a projected light installation at the nighttime arts festival Dlectricity. “Detroit’s coming back, baby,” he turned and yelled to no one in particular, his face flecked with dancing reflections. “This is what we do!” As Detroit seeks to regain its […]

Continue Reading

Please see our Privacy Policy

Trust-E
TRUSTe online privacy certification