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By Christina Catanese, The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education We are thrilled to announce the four resident artist projects for our new LandLab residency program. Launching this spring, LandLab projects will create innovative, art-based installations that prevent or remediate environmental damage while raising public awareness about our local ecology. LandLab is a unique artist residency […]

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By Kathleen Maloney, IFP Minnesota Independent Filmmaker Project Minnesota is proud to announce the first of a six-part Master Class Series made possible by a generous grant from the James S. and John L. Knight Foundation. IFP MN’s Master Class Series offers the local film community privileged access to film and media innovators who are […]

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The ultimate purpose of the Fired Works Ceramics Exhibition and Sale is to raise funds, preserve history and support artists. This year commemorates nine years of almost 100 ceramic potters connecting with the Macon community via their presentation, products and skills. The event draws people from all over that flock to the southeast region to […]

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If you drive by the Akron Art Museum, a Knight Arts grantee, you will notice three giant red balls hanging from three sides of the building. Dangling really, as if to guide you to come and see what’s going on there. That’s exactly what the artist, Tony Feher, whose name is the title of the […]

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By Aaron Glickman, SocialMiami.com The Miami Design District presented its April edition of Site Specific, a series that brings performance out of the traditional theater and into the venues in the Design District. The April edition featured four acts from local performers. In keeping with National Poetry Month, each act had a poetic element in […]

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Remember the crowdsourced film, “One Day on Earth,” that came out a few years ago? Billed as a global “participatory media experiment,” the project invited video entries from amateur and professional filmmakers – documentation of individual, day-to-day lives around the world – captured over a single 24-hour period, October 10, 2010. From the vast pool […]

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At six community Q&A sessions this month in St. Paul,  Arts Program Officer Tatiana Hernandez  shared tips to help applicants be more competitive in the Knight Arts Challenge, which is offering $4.5  million over the next three years to ideas that engage and enrich the city. Here’s are her tips for beefing up your 150-word […]

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The main show at MOCA is the huge solo exhibit from Wangechi Mutu, and more on that amazing survey of works in a separate review. But tucked into the back of the museum is another gem, “Flat Rock” from Brooklyn-based Virginia Overton. When you leave the gray, wool-covered walls of the front space, you encounter […]

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Cedric Andrieux. Photo by Marco Caselli Nirmal.

Deciding where to invest one’s cultural dollars can be a challenge. That’s why Tigertail Productions has announced a Knight Arts Challenge Special: half off all FLA-FRA

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The latest special exhibit at the DIA, “Samurai: Beyond the Sword,” seeks to contextualize one of history’s most romanticized figures, the samurai warriors of Edo period Japan. The Edo period spanned 1603 to 1867 and witnessed a great flourishing of culture under the relatively stable rule of the Tokugawa shogunate. Having served to help consolidate […]

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