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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.

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By Maris Bish, The Wolfsonian-FIU This month, The Wolfsonian–Florida International University presents a new exhibit Politics on Paper: Election Posters and Ephemera from The Wolfsonian–FIU Collection. The installation, which showcases election posters and other political ephemera from the United States and Europe between 1918 and 1945, draws from the collections of The Wolfsonian–FIU and the Mitchell […]

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Boots | CircX

The Miami based performance troupe CircX celebrated its 10th anniversary at the Fillmore with a salaciously disjointed collage of burlesque acts that fit beautifully within the bizarre context of South Beach, where the line

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The 2012 Knight Arts Challenge Miami is bigger and better than ever with the addition of its first People’s Choice Award. Knight Foundation has selected five local nominees from this year’s group of finalists – the rest is up to you.Vote for your favorite and the winner will receive $20,000 for their Miami art project. Click here to watch profiles […]

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Performance and video artists Antonia Wright invites you to sit on the couch she has brought in to her temporary studio, which is at MOCA, one of five that make up “Trading Places II.” It’s a unique project first inaugurated in 2005 by museum director Bonnie Clearwater, to get artists involved with each other and […]

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The 2012 Knight Arts Challenge Miami is bigger and better than ever with the addition of its first People’s Choice Award. Knight Foundation has selected five local nominees from this year’s group of finalists – the rest is up to you.Vote for your favorite and the winner will receive $20,000 for their Miami art project. Click here to watch profiles […]

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The 2012 Knight Arts Challenge Miami is bigger and better than ever with the addition of its first People’s Choice Award. Knight Foundation has selected five local nominees from this year’s group of finalists – the rest is up to you.Vote for your favorite and the winner will receive $20,000 for their Miami art project. Click here to watch profiles […]

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A concert of national reflection

Published on 03 October 2012 by in Miami, Music

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The first debate of the presidential campaign takes place tonight in Denver, and this weekend in Miami Beach, a local South Florida string quartet is chiming in with music that evokes the country from sea to shining sea. The Delray String Quartet appears Sunday in the Arts at St. Johns series on Miami Beach in […]

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Public art in support of the community

Published on 02 October 2012 by in Miami

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The city of Opa-locka has always been a strange, unique, other-worldly place to many a South Florida resident. The city is often associated with poverty, corruption and crime (in 2004, it had the highest crime rate in the country). But it is also known for its bizarre Moorish architecture — built at its founding in 1926 — its […]

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“Cask of Amontillado”

When I think about Edgar Allen Poe, which I don’t do often, the words terror and psychological torture come to mind — and suffering, too. His writing has a way of unhinging the human psyche to reveal the darkness that resides in all humans. These are things we fear the most, the things we keep […]

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On Tuesday, the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami presents the 29th iteration of its Festival Miami, a monthlong series of concerts that covers the genre waterfront from Rachmaninov at his biggest to a tango ensemble, from a Brazilian jazz trio to a lone songwriter on a stage with a guitar. As […]

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