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The Field. Ocatvio Campos.

Last Friday, I attended a free FieldWork Workshop demonstration facilitated by Octavio Campos. Local artists, including Jenni Person, Priscilla Marrero and Bill Spring, shared work so that performing

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When Lowertown artist Jean Matzke died in a fluke accident in 2009, her loss left many in the state’s arts community reeling. She was a fixture in the fine craft scene for decades, known for her beautifully crafted fiber art and as a lifelong champion of others’ work, particularly those working in rural Minnesota. Her […]

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By Theresa Rose, FringeArts Anticipated for the summer of 2014, FringeArts will commission Brooklyn-based artist Mary Mattingly to create WetLand, our first major temporary public art project. WetLand will be a visually stunning utopic floating structure with the central intention of igniting imaginations around a sustainable future. Free and open to the public, the water-based […]

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Combat art from Afghanistan

Published on August 26, 2013 by in Charlotte

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“Sketching the Drawdown,” an exhibition at UNC Charlotte’s Center City Building, features freelance war artist Rob Bates’ drawings for American Public Media. In December 2012, Bates received invitational travel orders to embed with the United States Marines as a war artist. He spent 10 days in Afghanistan with a battalion of Marines from Camp LeJeune. […]

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Macon needs more artist collectives

Published on August 26, 2013 by in Macon

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In 2004, I co-founded an artist collective that went on to have exhibitions in Macon and throughout Georgia for more than six years. We called ourselves the “Three Cities Group Artist Collective,” and it was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. While attending the opening reception for “Pack a Pistol” at the […]

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Earlier this week, the Chopin Foundation of the United States, which is based in Miami, announced that its 2015 national competition for American pianists would offer a top prize of $75,000. That would be the highest award for a piano competition in the country, as the Foundation says. The top prize at the Cliburn Competition, […]

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Knight Foundation scores a bit of small screen attention this month as CBS Miami names the foundation as a ” Top Organization Giving Back To The Miami Arts.” CBSMiami.com writes: “Once upon a time in Miami, the only artistic entertainment available was the occasional play, trip to an art museum or visit to the ballet. […]

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The Akron Art Museum’s new director Mark Masuoka is making headlines. Masuoka recently discussed the museum’s future with WKSU’s Mark Urycki – click here to listen to the interview.

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My Everglades

Published on August 25, 2013 by in Miami

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By Harumi Abe, AIRIE Fellow I have been living in South Florida about one third of my life now but I gained a new understanding of its history and landscape in this past month at the Residency. I stayed in a studio style home in the Everglades National Park during the month of July 2013.  […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Every summer, in a theater on a green hill an opera festival takes place, one in which performances are preceded by picnics on the grounds. It’s not in Europe and it’s not called Bayreuth or Glyndebourne, but Glimmerglass. One hundred percent American and in every way more accessible […]

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