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By Adrienne Arsht Center Staff Opera stars. Prima ballerinas. Legendary violinists. Mayors? Two of the biggest government rock stars of our time – former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and former Miami Mayor Manny Diaz – stepped into the spotlight usually reserved for gifted artists on the grand stage of the Knight Concert Hall on Tuesday, […]

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By Alejandra “Alex” Serna, Florida Grand Opera One of the rarely performed and most beautiful examples of the bel canto genre return to Miami this coming weekend with the opening of Bellini’s La sonnambula on Saturday, February 9, at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Florida Grand Opera brings back their resoundingly successful […]

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Welcome Wynwood Ways

Published on February 5, 2013 by in Miami

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By Miami Biennale Team Residents and visitors of Wynwood can now enjoy the neighborhood’s first permanent artistic crosswalk, marked by a work that seeks to transform the intersection of Northwest Second Avenue and 25th Street. The effort is part of the Miami Biennale and WADA’s ‘Wynwood Ways’, a collaboration to make the neighborhood a more pedestrian-friendly cultural […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer “I think our aim should be to have more and more access to the enjoyment of life” said John Cage (1912-1992) one of the most remarkable and controversial artists of the second half of the 20th century, who would have turned 100 last September. Tremendously influential and seldom […]

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By P. Scott Cunningham, University of Wynwood Ever considered working for a fake university? How about a scientific lab? How about both? University of Wynwood and Coral Morphologic are searching for qualified candidates for a full-time Operations Manager. The new Operations Manager will be someone who has a passion for organization and demonstrable experience managing […]

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On April 12, 2012, Eric Newton, senior adviser to the president of the Knight Foundation, posted an article on the Knight Foundation website titled, “Why we need new models for arts journalism.” The article coincided with the launch of the Knight/NEA Community Arts Journalism Challenge that we’ve written about recently on this blog. In his […]

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In conversation with Adrian Danciu, videographer for the project Speaking of Home. SOH: How did you begin your career as a photographer and videographer? AD: I was always interested in photography. My dad was an amateur photographer and I was always surrounded by visuals, art books. It was just a matter of finding the right […]

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By Robert Graham, VocalEssence The VocalEssence Choral Pathways program is designed to enrich the lives of older adults through music education workshops, sing-along sessions and concerts. The theme for the upcoming workshops and WITNESS concert celebrates the life, legacy and music of Marian Anderson. Residents and community members from our partner sites will learn about […]

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By Linda Harris, Center City District City of Philadelphia Over the weekend of January 11-13,  the Center City District, with a lot of support from SEPTA, completed a major step in the Dilworth Plaza project. The Market-Frankford station at City Hall was closed for 52 hours and trains were diverted so that construction crews working […]

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By Barbara Johnson Ross, Ohr-O’Keefe Museum Renowned throughout the State of Mississippi for his innovative, artistic photographs, photographer Paul Smith’s work is on display at the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, the Mississippi Governor’s Mansion, and in galleries throughout the South.  Smith’s recent book of photography, entitled The Color of Mississippi, was recently published by […]

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