Delicate art of our fragile oceans

Published on October 25, 2013 by in Miami

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The most eye-catching piece in an exhibit filled with quite a few of them, Mira Lehr’s “The Pull of the Tide” at Kelley Roy Gallery, is a huge tapestry covering one wall. As the title refers to, all these new works from the long-established artist relate to the tides, the organisms of the ocean, and […]

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When I think of newly organized amateur theater groups putting on a show, somehow I’m figuring they will do some light breezy comedy to lure in the audience and keep the acting away from deep characterization and weighty themes. Not so for Cody Innovations, the ensemble that is currently presenting one of the great Greek […]

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Knight Foundation heads west today as VP/Arts Dennis Scholl joins Cleveland’s NPR station WCPN to discuss his Oct 25 appearance at the City Club of Cleveland.  Click here to listen to the interview. Scholl is heading to the City Club of Cleveland to discuss what today’s audiences want from the arts. He’ll will give examples […]

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Transformation. Photo by John Kane.

“We are bringing a whole new program for the Miami audience this year, including the brand new Houdini-esque collaboration with Penn& Teller and another raucous romp with frequent collaborator

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By Nicole Chipi, Knight Foundation Michael Kaiser – the man dubbed “the turnaround king” for his work reviving institutions like Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and the Royal Opera House – has released the third book of his popular trilogy on creating and sustaining arts organizations. “The Cycle: A Practical Approach to Managing Arts Organizations” […]

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Building on Akron’s creative momentum

Published on October 24, 2013 by in Akron

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2013 KnightArts Akron grants via Knight Foundation on Flickr Today, we are excited to celebrate new investments in the Akron arts scene, with $750,000 in support to 14 organizations exploring ways to engage new audiences while maintaining our community’s history of artistic excellence. This year has been one of creativity in Akron.  Rising artists are […]

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By Nicole Chipi, Knight Foundation What should every artist know before applying for a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts? Knight Foundation hosted a conversation on that topic with Robert Frankel, former NEA director for Museums and Visual Arts. Frankel and Knight’s Dennis Scholl went over the nuts and bolts of the application […]

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At Grizzly Grizzly, two worlds collide for a solo exhibition by San Francisco artist Margo Wolowiec. At this Knight Arts grantee, threads of the fabric and digital variety abound in a show that traces the maddeningly complicated streams of consciousness that twist and turn around every corner of the internet. Instead of text and other […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Neither the vicissitudes of the season opener – Eugene Onegin – nor James Levine’s eagerly awaited return in Così fan tutte, nor the American premiere of young Nico Muhly’s controversial Two Boys managed to overshadow the New York Metropolitan Opera’s revival of three opera productions that in the […]

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By Pati Vargas, Viernes Culturales Join us for another Viernes Cultural/Cultural Friday.  Little Havana’s popular art, music and culture festival for everyone.  Come and enjoy the music of Lucy Grau, Latin tropical diva and Vicentico y su Sonera, a touch of Cuban sones.  Little Havana comes to life the last Friday of every month, enjoy music, […]

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