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The Twin Cities are hopping this weekend: Minnesota Fringe Festival launches into its 176 shows in 16 venues across Minneapolis beginning Thursday. Loring Park Art Festival takes up residence in the park next to the Walker Art Center on Saturday and Sunday. In Northeast Minneapolis, a much-buzzed-about new space, Public Functionary, is hosting a Naked […]

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By Elissa Weller, VocalEssence VocalEssence is pleased to introduce our 2013-2014 ¡Cantaré! composers, José Galván Castañeda and Pamela Mayorga Tellez. The composers will visit Minnesota three times during the 2013-2014 school year to conduct workshops and residencies with students in local schools. ¡Cantaré! is an internationally renowned cross-cultural education program that brings Mexican composers to […]

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Oakaloosa, a brand new Detroit music festival with a nonprofit approach, made its 2013 debut on Saturday, July 27th with a kickoff that met challenges posed by weather and revealed the grounds of Historic Fort Wayne to be an untapped gold mine of potential for large venue performances. The festival was hosted by Detroit Sports […]

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Once more, the lobby of Le Meridien Hotel in Center City Philadelphia is graced by the work of local artists. The group show organized by artist and curator Gaby Heit brings together four creators for a small but potent exhibit. Alex Halpin, Lori Evensen, Nicole Koenitzer and Jon Montenegro display their work in the already […]

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With nearly 100 years and internationally-recognized exhibitions under its belt, the Akron Art Museum is doing anything but resting on its laurels. A new $750,000 grant from Knight Foundation announced today is helping the museum to look forward – to rethink both the museum and its role in the community. The infusion will help the […]

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Due to overwhelming attendance at the Bechtler’s jazz concerts, the museum has expanded this series to include two full concerts. Now audiences can choose between one of two shows: a 6-7:30 p.m. concert and a 8:15-9:30 p.m. concert. Kicking off this new option, the Ziad Jazz Quartet will be performing Latin jazz. Latin jazz fuses […]

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Grand Hand Gallery opened a worthwhile exhibition over the weekend, a themed retrospective of work by influential University of Minnesota art professor and internationally noted artist, Malcolm Myers (b. 1917 – d. 2002). “All That Jazz” features a selection of 20-some pieces — mostly paintings, along with a handful of prints and watercolors — that showcase the […]

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The Betsy Hotel Summer Regional Writer’s Event.

The Writer’s Room at The Betsy is transforming and fostering the vitality of Miami’s literary community. Through The Writer’s Room, which is in its second season, the Betsy offers emerging and established

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What began as a way to showcase Macon’s younger artists has become something of an annual tradition at Macon Arts Alliance. For one month each summer, the back gallery is filled with work by young artists. In past years, artists have ranged widely in age, some as young as 13 or 14 years old. The […]

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One of the most striking things about the Seraphic Fire ensemble is its ferocious work ethic when it comes to recordings. I’ve had occasion to mention several of their discs on this blog as they’ve come out, and next week (Aug. 6), the group’s latest record, a collection of Gregorian chant and Renaissance motets drawn […]

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