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Hosted by TruArtSpeaks, the Be Heard MN youth poetry slam series is a statewide competition for youth ages 13 to 19 that seeks to identify a team of six to represent Minnesota in the international Brave New Voices youth poetry slam festival in Atlanta, Georgia in the summer of 2015. Since January 16th and running […]

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Walk, jog or run in the name of literacy

Published on January 28, 2015 by in Macon

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The Junior League of Macon is dedicated to help increase the literacy rate in our community. On February 21, you can walk, jog or run for the cause. On top of that, if the babysitter isn’t available, or if you just want to enjoy the event with your little one, the Junior League of Macon is […]

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Rubber City Shakespeare Company has to be the biggest art secret in the area. Well, apparently not to the couple of hundred people who have seen each of their productions; but to lots of people, they may still be the theatrical unknowns around town. Hopefully all that will change. During an interview with founder and […]

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By Ann Mintz, Reading Terminal Market In January, Reading Terminal Market continued its Knight-Foundation-funded series, Music @ the Market, with two performing groups anchored by a mother-daughter duo and deeply rooted in American traditions. On January 11, the Market featured the Celtic and French Canadian music of Mist Covered Mountains. This quartet features fiddler Donna […]

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Fountainhead focuses on local art

Published on January 27, 2015 by in Miami

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The Fountainhead enterprise continues to spread its wings. There is the Fountainhead Residency program, which has brought some great artists to town, many of whom have then had exhibits in Miami; the Fountainhead Studios, which houses myriad artists and has open studio nights; and now there is Your Fountainhead, a semi-nomadic exhibition space (currently in […]

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A new round of artists-in-residence arrived at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation this month. The new artists represent a variety of styles and media, but there is a significant focus on the Environment and Craft Spheres of Impact. These thematic realms are part of the McColl Center’s goal to create meaningful partnerships between […]

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Friday, January 24th was the opening for “Obscura Primavera” by photographer Corine Vermeulen, at the Susanne Hilberry Gallery in Ferndale. The collection of images, produced from 2009-2014, center around Medellin, Colombia, where Vermeulen spent multiple visits to the city documenting local places, people and nature, as well as participating in artist residencies at Casa Tres […]

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By Robin Haines Merrill, Upper Room Art Gallery Tonight in Fort Lauderdale, the Upper Room Art Gallery will kick off a yearlong public art project centered around the traditional art of creating dugout canoes. Below, the gallery’s Robin Haines Merrill writes about the project and the importance of keeping the art alive. I’m not a […]

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By Adria Greenhauff, Miami City Ballet Twenty 1st and 2nd grade students from Fienberg-Fisher Elementary School in Miami Beach are learning to dance through Miami City Ballet’s Explore Dance Program. This educational outreach program is designed to promote the arts to our community’s youth through weekly classes held at MCB Studios. Led by esteemed MCB School […]

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By Barbara Johnson Ross, Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art announces two fun, informative and visually exciting exhibitions. The long-awaited African Diva Project is open through March 7 and Qarqish + Welch: Art as Form . . . Art as Function is open through March 14. Sarah Qarqish + Morgan Welch: Art […]

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