“The Art Fair Phenomenon”

Published on November 3, 2014 by in Charlotte

0

Art fairs have exploded in recent decades; they attract some 70,000 artists, dealers, collectors, enthusiasts, curators and glitterati per show. Miami in particular has become a key hub as the global art world gathers there in December for Art Basel Miami Beach and Art Miami. Nick Korniloff, Show Director and Executive Vice President of Art […]

Continue Reading

Sidewalk chalking at Tattnall Square Park

Published on November 3, 2014 by in Macon

0

  All around the world, people create public art on the pavements of society. Many years ago, sidewalk art consisted of graphics to convey messages to citizens who couldn’t read. These same designs would also be targeted to upper-class people who would donate funds to the artists because of the aesthetics and messages expressed through […]

Continue Reading

0

As the mid-term elections draw near, the rhetorical extremes of the campaign season are starting to get to me. There are some hotly contested, important seats up for vote in Minnesota at every level of government. Between wall-to-wall special interest ads on TV and calls we’re getting from pollsters at suppertime, not to mention the […]

Continue Reading

0

By Rhett Del Campo, managing director of Seraphic Fire  cross-pol·li·na·tion noun: 2. Influence or inspiration between or among diverse elements I stood at a panoramic wall of windows in the new and stunning Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). My gaze alternated between thought-provoking works of art and the colorful, trance-inducing Miami skyline as it reflected […]

Continue Reading

0

By Lissette Mendez, director of programs for Miami Book Fair International The Swamp, a new event space at Miami Book Fair International sponsored by Knight Foundation, celebrates the writers, filmmakers, visual artists and musicians (and some who fall between those disciplines!) who are creating work and defining culture in the Sunshine State. Among those culture […]

Continue Reading

A farewell to Frost Museum’s Carol Damian

Published on October 31, 2014 by in Miami

0

Carol Damian is stepping down as director of the Frost Art Museum-FIU. She’s been at the helm as both the museum and the arts community as a whole in Miami have exploded. Six years ago, the Frost unveiled their three-story new museum building on campus – a significant statement, as it literally moved from small, […]

Continue Reading

0

Kitty-corner from each other on an unassuming stretch of Willis between Trumbull and Lincoln, the low-key art outpost Alley Culture and “Detroit’s sexiest anarchist collective,” known as Trumbullplex, have been coalescing talent and embracing alternatives since the early ’90s. Founded in 1995 by Sherry Hendrick and her husband, Alley Culture has quietly thrived off a […]

Continue Reading

0

Art + tech + waffles is a winning combination any day of the week, but we hope you will come enjoy it next Wednesday, Nov. 5 at a very special edition of #WaffleWednesday, hosted by LiveNinja. The weekly tech meet-up in Wynwood is welcoming the South Florida Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award nominees. Over breakfast, the […]

Continue Reading

0

It’s always a great thing when GroundWorks DanceTheater, a Knight Arts grantee, comes to Akron on one of their recurrent visits to perform for local audiences. And in the fall of the year, it is a couple of performances at the Main Library in Downtown. This year, the troupe will be bringing first a work […]

Continue Reading

0

The Mint Museum reflects on the building of the Panama Canal, its global impact and remarkable history through art in this the centennial year of the canal’s opening with the exhibition: “Connecting the World: The Panama Canal at 100.” Bringing together more than 50 artworks, historical ephemera and two new commissions, “Connecting the World” opens […]

Continue Reading

Please see our Privacy Policy

Trust-E
TRUSTe online privacy certification