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The ecoFab Trash Couture Fashion Show (which I wrote about earlier this month) hit the runway with glitz, bravado and Barbie doll heads! Twenty-three artists took their assignment to create fashion out of at least 25 percent recycled materials and the rest using re-purposed, reused or sustainable materials to new levels of ingenuity. Not only […]

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By Original Noise Entertainer. Educator. Facilitator. Innovator. The embodiment of power who can fight social injustice. This is Indian Dance, a heroine who takes an audience through a journey from her divine origin to present day. This is also in some ways Ranjana Warier, the creative soul behind the “From Bharatanatyam to Bollywood — The […]

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Napoleon  just opened the month of May with a solo show by member artist Christina P. Day. Entitled “Solid State,” the objects in the exhibit are indeed physically solid, but contextually they are plastic and malleable in innumerable ways. Day places only four works within the confines of the space, but each one rests with […]

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The Frieze New York Art Fair returns to Manhattan for a second year, after the wildly successful introduction of the London-based fair last year on Randall’s Island. More than 180 galleries from across the globe will be set up in the inviting island park, joined this year by an adjacent waterfront Sculpture Park, with works […]

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A photography exhibition featuring archival photographs of historic Macon properties alongside photographs of their present-day appearance will soon begin a tour around Macon. The project was kicked off on March 25 with an opening reception at the Sidney Lanier Cottage. “Macon, Then and Now” was conceived by Maryel Battin, a preservationist and member of the […]

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Good theater is the kind where you leave with your mind reeling with ideas about what you’ve just seen – thinking about it and figuring it out. That’s what you have to look forward to if you go to see New World Performance Laboratory’s “Gilgamesh: He Who Knew Everything” at the Balch Street Theatre. NWPL […]

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Three interesting newsy bits from St. Paul’s thriving craft scene have caught my attention recently that merit passing on. If you’re looking to shop: Andy and Jenna Krueger’s long-lived indie craft sale, Craftstravaganza, is on the docket for this weekend at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. Now in its eighth year, this well-curated fair has become […]

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By Katherine Bergman, Zeitgeist Long known for its creative culture, the historic Northwestern Building in the heart of Lowertown St. Paul is host to Second Floor Live, a cluster of performance spaces with a variety of musical offerings, including classical, jazz, contemporary, musical theatre and more. Second Floor Live is comprised of Studio Z, a […]

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By Dias Dobson, Gantt Center Jonathan Green — the painter whose work, A Spiritual Journey of life, is currently on display at the Gantt Center — is more than an artist: he’s a visionary, an intellectual and a history teacher. As a proud South Carolina native, Green has made it his personal mission to educate […]

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There was a noticeable change in scenery across the street from the Vox Populi building and its many gallery spaces this First Friday – a big red tent and a crowd of people in the lot on the west side of 11th Street. Bold white letters on the top and front of the tent reveal […]

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