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Beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 5th, with an opening performance at HenriettaHaus and continuing through to late night music events from 6-9 p.m., the 2013 Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival  is prepared to unleash for a roving art romp around the beloved city-within-a-city. The day’s activities include open studios, installations, numerous musical performances, Hamtramck history […]

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Akron’s Women’s Art League has been around for 80 years, beginning when a small group of women got together in mutual support of their interest in making art. As the group picked up speed – and members – they were able to hire professionals to assist in the development of their skills. The women got […]

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Ranjana Warier is a 2012 winner of Knight Arts Challenge Miami. Below, she writes about her project, which showcases classical Indian dance through adaptations of Western fairy tales.  By Ranjana Warier How would you describe cultural fusion in a word? “Magical” and “exotic” were among the adjectives used by those who attended the recent staging […]

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Once again, the Knight Arts grantee and quickly rising star of the Philly arts community, the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PPAC), is hosting Philly Photo Day on October 18. This fourth annual iteration of the event will see thousands of professional and amateur photographers point the lenses of their cameras and phones at every crack […]

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The beat returns to Broward

Published on October 2, 2013 by in Miami

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By Steven S. Klotz, Embrace Music Foundation The musical journey known as Rhythms of Africa / Music Around the World achieves its destination when 35 children, all musical novices, perform at Bailey Hall on the Davie campus of Broward College, Sunday afternoon, October 27th.   A capacity crowd is anticipated. This iteration of the program features […]

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Images of Miami, snap by snap

Published on October 2, 2013 by in Miami

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen work from Tao Rey, part of the group that emerged in the late 1990s and early 2000s who made a big mark on Miami’s art scene, being termed the “hot house” young artists at the time. But like all creative minds, that doesn’t mean he has been inactive. […]

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Miami Book Fair International

Even though the Miami Book Fair International—the nation’s largest book fair—is less than two months away (November 17 – 24, 2013), you don’t have to wait until then to the experience the power of literature. Leading up to the fair, The Center for Literature and Theatre @ MDC and Books & Books

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Macon Arts Alliance (a Knight Arts grantee) announced today that Steve Murray has been named critic-in-residence as part of an arts journalism project in collaboration with Mercer’s Center for Collaborative Journalism. Art Matters: Engaging the Community through Embedded Arts Journalists is a one-year initiative designed to engage the community through high-quality arts journalism. In April, […]

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Alex Kuno’s body of work hits the same sweet spot for me as the Grimm’s fairy tales I was drawn to as a kid. You know: the sort where happy endings are few and far between, where unlucky children are served up for dinner and eaten with relish, and the consequences of villainy (or even […]

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The Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, has been getting into the intimate setting for dance events and musical performances. Another one coming down the musical pike is a brand new performance group, Sound Gallery. Sound Gallery is made up of area musicians, mostly of classically trained performers, and most of whom play for […]

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