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By Levi Weinhagen, St. Paul arts blogger Curious Incident started accidentally in the fall of 2014 when radio host and producer Jade Tittle, graphic designer and art director Leu Solomon, and theater maker and community organizer Ashley Hanson were chatting over wine at the University Club in St. Paul. They were sharing stories from their […]

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Francois Sagat Zombie make up

Last summer I became obsessed with “Face Off,” the competitive reality show on the Syfy Channel. Every week the producers challenge special effects makeup artists to create magical and sometimes spectacularly haunting characters based on a theme. At the end of the season, one winning artist walks away with $100,000 and, most importantly, a huge jump-start […]

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The Akron dance community just got a mega-boost. At a press conference held at The University of Akron on May 14, Alberto Ibargüen, president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, announced that the organization was awarding a $5 million grant through DANCECleveland and The University of Akron for the creation of a National […]

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By Jenny Pennaz, Contempo Physical Dance This weekend marks the world premiere of Vulcão, an exciting new piece by Contempo Physical Dance. The company’s fourth full-length piece focuses on forces acting within the earth, generally unseen by humans, that manifest themselves in awesome displays of fiery power. Vulcão is Contempo Physical Dance’s latest collaboration between […]

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Friday, May 15th was the opening for the MOCAD’s summer program, and the first time that Rob Pruitt’s “The Obama Paintings” and “The Lincoln Monument” were presented publicly. The installation is staggering in scale, with all of the MOCAD’s existing walls tiled in two-foot-square portraits of the President—2,922 paintings in all, one for every day […]

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By Thalissa Woodcock, Miami Dade College Hialeah Campus The Hialeah Campus Arts & Cultural Programs’ mission is to celebrate and preserve the arts and culture in Hialeah by bringing together artists and the community through events and exhibitions. The Hialeah Campus Arts & Cultural Programs support the historical significance of the Hialeah community by sharing […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer In the last concert of the 2014-2015 season, Seraphic Fire performed a contemporary piece that, harking back to the past, proved yet again the virtues of a choral ensemble that reaffirms its artistic growing year after year. An essential contribution to the evening’s resounding success was the presence […]

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Everything moves in cycles, but the path and purpose of many systems isn’t always evident. At Tiger Strikes Asteroid, artist Joanna Platt traces the potential of some of these circuits across the walls by way of electrical connections that directly reflect the post-industrial landscape of the building in which the gallery resides. But these meandering […]

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  The Macon Arts Alliance, a Knight Arts grantee, will hold its 3rd Annual Arts Advocacy Breakfast on June 4, beginning at 7:30 a.m. This early-morning program provides a platform for local artists to display their talents. At the beginning, a light breakfast is served for attendees to network and socialize. Afterward, scheduled individuals and […]

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The nonprofit Write-a-House offers a twist on a typical writer’s residency: It provides writers with the opportunity to own a home, for free, in Detroit, as a way to promote the literary arts. The group, a Knight Arts Challenge winner, is currently accepting applications through June 5. Here, the first recipient, poet Casey Rocheteau,, writes […]

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