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Individuals and organizations are invited to apply for funding through the Knight Arts Challenge, an initiative seeking arts ideas and projects that will benefit the local community. Knight looks to build on the momentum in the Miami art scene, sharpening the focus of existing efforts using the community’s unique strengths. We seek the best and the brightest and we encourage arts organizations to reach for the next level in programming and organizational capacity.

For more information about the Knight Arts Challenge visit our Knight Arts Challenge page. Sign up for e-mail updates to receive the latest information about challenge winners, projects and upcoming deadlines. If you have specific questions about receiving an arts grant in Miami, please e-mail our staff at arts@knightfoundation.org.

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By Chris Feeley, Young At Art Museum Young At Art Museum will launch its 2013 series of group and solo spotlight exhibitions, artist lectures and workshops with Annual Interest on January 11 from 7:30 to 11 p.m.  The 2013 series is designed to support Florida’s contemporary artists by providing them with a venue to display […]

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Things are about to get very busy here for classical fans, and so here’s a short look at what’s coming in the next few days: What if Works recital: If you’re still hoping to hear just a bit more holiday music before Epiphany, there’s a free concert tonight at the First Presbyterian Church of Miami […]

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New Year’s weekend resolution

Published on 04 January 2013 by in Miami

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The holidays are over, the new year has begun, and life slowly returns to normal, which for Miami continues to mean the exhibiting of a wide range of art. This weekend, if you haven’t visited the Lowe Art Museum in a while, be sure to catch “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Prints and Objects,” which will be […]

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ProjectLIMB illuminates Lummus Park

Published on 03 January 2013 by in Dance, Miami

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Gabriel Forestieri and Marla Phelan of ProjectLIMB say that their mission is to connect humans to their environment through site-specific dance performances. Next week, ProjectLIMB will reconnect South Floridians to Miami Beach with their site-specific performance

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By Pati Vargas, Viernes Culturales Join us in celebrating another Viernes Cultural/Cultural Friday. Little Havana’s popular art and culture festival is a great event for the whole family. Enjoy music and discover works by local artists and artisans in and around our iconic Domino Plaza on SW 8th Street and SW 15th Avenue, and behold […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer With the U.S. premiere of Kaija Saariaho’s Clarinet Concerto, the New World Symphony ends an ascendant year on a high note. The evening demonstrated once more the indisputable, exemplary and healthy state of music in Finland, a true breeding ground for musical talent. The concert was conducted by […]

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When all has been said and done

Published on 21 December 2012 by in Miami

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Tatiana Blass’s incredible installation in the latest CIFO exhibit includes about a dozen silver-metal drums and cymbals all set up on white-splashed microcrystalline wax on gray cement floor. Drums, percussion instruments, have always served a dual purpose, as musical components and as tools for communication, yet Blass has created a series where she has made […]

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The story goes that composer Gian Carlo Menotti, blocked on his commission for a Christmas opera for television and running out of time, went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, hoping to clear his head and think of something else. There, he stood in front of Hieronymus Bosch’s Adoration of the Magi, […]

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The Borscht 8 Film Festival debuted last weekend at the Adrienne Arsht Center.  Miami New Times critic Michael Musto weighed in on the festival, saying: “Miami has real soul. And lots of burgeoning art scenes, which are reflected in the personal, expressive filmmaking that Borscht serves with brio.” Click here to read the complete article.

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Galina Vishnevskaya was, above all, a survivor. Her life was out of an opera. Were only half of what she relates in her autobiography true, it would be enough to merit unconditional admiration. Everything was extreme in the tumultuous life of the mythical Vishnevskaya. Her book – Galina: a […]

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