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By Sue Arrowsmith, Miami Dade College With generous support from Terra Group and Bacardi, which now celebrates its 150th anniversary, Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art + Design presents an evocative, retrospective exhibition spanning three decades of creative collaboration between award-winning fashion designer Isabel Toledo and her husband, artist Ruben Toledo. TOLEDO/TOLEDO: Full Circle will take place at MDC’s Freedom Tower, the landmark Mediterranean […]

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By Lauren Reskin, Sweat Records When Sweat Records first opened in 2005, there wasn’t nearly as much happening around South Florida as there is today. Because of this, we felt it our duty as music and culture junkies to let our customers know not only about our own in-stores, but about every interesting/cool/worthwhile concert and […]

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By Wendy Wolf,  Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, one of Miami’s National Historic Landmarks, is pleased to provide field study experiences in the arts, history and environment as one of the Cultural Passport partners for 4th grade students and teachers. This year Vizcaya welcomed 896 students and 84 chaperones from 10 different schools […]

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By Carrie Chapter Philadelphia Theatre Company At Philadelphia Theatre Company, our PEP (Patron Enrichment Programming) events could be described as the goodie bags distributed at a birthday party – tasty diversions reminiscent of the core celebration, as well as a sweet way of saying, “Thank you for coming!” At least, this is how I picture our kick-off […]

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By Tom Sarago, DANCECleveland DANCECleveland, The University of Akron’s E.J. Thomas Hall and Dance Program are proud to present a repertory masterclass with Brett Perry and Ashley Werhun of the Trey McIntyre Project. The masterclass takes place on Saturday, October 6 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at The University of Akron’s Guzzetta Hall, located at 139 […]

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By Delta Giordano, Knight Foundation St. Paul Program Assistant I confess that I have put off writing this blog because it would mean admitting that summer is officially over!  In St. Paul, the markers for the end of the season are the Minnesota State Fair which runs through Labor Day, with kids starting school the next […]

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By Steve Klotz, Embrace Music Foundation Excitement ripples through the room when teenagers and their mentors — the “Littles” and “Bigs” in the lexicon of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami, which organized the workshop — as soon as they enter.  Greeting them is a selection of over 60 percussion instruments, large and small, arranged […]

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By Peter Leggett, Walker West Music Academy On Saturday, September 15th, Walker West Music Academy will open its doors to the community of Saint Paul for “ A Taste of Music” its annual open house to usher in a new season with students, their families, friends and supporters. This year’s open house will feature performances from […]

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By Kathryn Diamond, Detroit Institute of Arts Summertime in the museum is ordinarily a quiet place with visitors coming to wander the quiet galleries to escape the summer heat.  Not so this year!  On the heels of a positive vote for the tri-county millage on August 7th, a blockbuster exhibition of Five Spanish Masterpieces, and […]

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Creative placemaking takes another leap forward today as ArtPlace announces its third round of grant applications. A collaboration of 11 foundations, six national banks and eight federal agencies, ArtPlace invests in art and culture to help drive vibrancy and diversity in communities throughout the country. To date, it has awarded $26.9 million in grants to 76 […]

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