Selby Avenue Jazz Fest kick-off

Published on November 13, 2014 by in St. Paul

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By Peter E. Leggett, Walker West Music Academy For the past 14 years, on the 2nd Saturday in September, people of all ages and backgrounds have gathered at Selby Avenue and Milton Street in Saint Paul for the Selby Avenue Jazz Fest. Founded by Golden Thyme Coffee Shop owner Mychael Wright, The Selby Jazz Fest […]

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The 2014 Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a small and emerging arts organization in South Florida – $20,000s is up for grabs and you can have a say on who receives it! Click here to watch Knight Foundation VP/Arts Dennis Scholl discuss the Knights Arts Challenge […]

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The 2014 Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a small and emerging arts organization in South Florida – $20,000s is up for grabs and you can have a say on who receives it! Learn more above as Knight Foundation VP/Arts Dennis Scholl discusses the Knights Arts Challenge […]

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AIRIE Residency: Man and Nature

Published on November 13, 2014 by in Miami

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By Reed van Brunschot, AIRIE I started my adventure by driving all the way down south to the very tip of America to the small village called Flamingo to meet ranger Ryan to receive my keys for the AIRIELAB studio. There was absolutely no phone service, and it was a nice thought to have life […]

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By Fernando González, Miami-based arts & culture writer Mario Ernesto Sanchez, founder and producing artistic director of Teatro Avante and the International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami, received the 2014 Legacy Award in Los Angeles, Sunday. The honor recognizes “outstanding individuals whose lifelong commitment to Latino Theater in the United States and Latin America will […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer During a recent Carnegie Hall master class, Marilyn Horne told participants: “Don’t just go to the opera. Be sure to attend recitals, concerts, oratorios… even string quartet performances!” Wise counsel, that of the legendary mezzo-soprano, especially the last one, as was borne out on Monday, Oct. 27, at […]

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By Lissette Mendez, director of programs for the Miami Book Fair International Each year, Miami Dade College throws a party for book lovers in Downtown Miami. About 200,000 people join us to hear from some of the world’s greatest authors, in one of the biggest book fairs in the country, under our warm November sun. […]

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By Adria Greenhauff, Miami City Ballet This season, bring the family together to witness the #1 holiday spectacular as performed by “one of America’s most beloved dance companies.” Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and an epic battle between toy soldiers and mischievous […]

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By Fernando González, Miami-based arts and culture writer For dancer and choreographer Hattie Mae Williams, the question is not whether all the world’s a stage but why shouldn’t it be? She has taken her self-described guerrilla approach to dance performances to supermarkets and churches, subway platforms and cemeteries. “Culture Concrete,” her site-specific dance film project […]

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By Angelica Arbelaez, Locust Projects Locust Projects will produce a major new installation by New York-based artist Daniel Arsham in his hometown, Miami.  For the installation, entitled Welcome to the Future, Arsham transforms the gallery into an excavation site, digging a trench in the gallery’s floor that holds thousands of calcified artifacts—a muted cacophony of […]

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