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Don’t miss it. That’s the kind of message that DANCECLEVELAND, a Knight Arts grantee, is sending out about the upcoming, one-night only, performance by Trisha Brown Dance Company, on March 8. DANCECLEVELAND is right to say so, for this is the final tour being presented by the famous modern dance troupe in its 50-plus years […]

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By Katherine Culclasure I became familiar with local artist Pamela Winegard, during my internship at the McColl Center for Visual Art. She herself was fresh to the contemporary art center, but as an honorable Summer 2012 Affiliate Artist-In-Residence. Winegard now lives in Matthews, N.C. but spends her studio time in Charlotte’s South End. She is […]

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When I read the title, “Gerald Ford Superfreak,” I laughed uncontrollably. I felt guilty for three seconds and then I chilled out. You see, it’s a comedy, so I had responded appropriately for once. “Gerald Ford Superfreak,” the latest comedy from Mad Cat Theatre

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Photography, drawing and landscape representation take a turn for the abstract at Grizzly Grizzly through March. Victoria Burge and Millee Tibbs present the two-person show, “Extending in Both Directions,” with the subtle yet confident works that either distort our view of nature or slyly connect the dots of our subconscious to evoke form from thin […]

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The Moonhanger Group has been booking some banging shows since taking over management of the Cox Capitol Theatre. I don’t know what kind of magic dust they’ve been sprinkling, but it seems to be creating a powerful sense of vibrancy in downtown Macon. I’m thinking the chemistry lies behind smart business people who know how […]

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“It’s a dream come true,” Mia Klinger, director of Ballet Excel Ohio, a Knight arts grantee, said recently during a rehearsal of her company’s role in an upcoming production of “Midsummer Night’s Dream.” The event is being presented by the Akron Symphony Orchestra, also a Knight Arts grantee and the sponsor for this event. ASO […]

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On February 24, Park Square Theatre (a Knight Arts grantee) announced a new partnership (PDF) with three Minneapolis-based companies: Theatre Pro Rata, Sandbox Theatre and Girl Friday Productions. The “producing partnership” will mount shows for Park Square’s new Andy Boss Thrust Stage over the course of three years, beginning spring 2015: Sandbox and Theatre Pro […]

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By Andrew Simonet, Artists U I’m a choreographer. And I run a program called Artists U, a grassroots, artist-run planning program. And I have two sons. So I started an Artists Raising Kids project. The Artists Raising Kids Compendium is a collection thoughts and tactics from artist parents. We surveyed 130 artist parents, interviewed a group […]

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By Cinetopia Festival Staff This story is cross-posted from CinetopiaFestival.org. Read an excerpt below & click here to read the complete story. Planning for the 2014 Cinetopia Film Festival is well underway. Today, we met with the volunteers of the Detroit Film Theater at the DIA (Detroit Institute of Arts) to discuss the expansion into […]

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By Jane Hart, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood was extremely pleased to present internationally acclaimed artist Andrea Zittel as the third speaker in its 2013/14 Hot Topics lecture series, which has been partially funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. On Saturday, February 8th, […]

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