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Here’s an intriguing opportunity for St. Paul artists: Springboard for the Arts (a Knight Arts grantee) just announced a call for submissions of illustrations for “Lowertown Sketchbook,” paying homage to the city’s storied district (hat tip to Pamela Espeland’s fabulous “Artscape” column over at Minnpost for bringing it to my attention). Three winning designs will […]

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An opening reception for “First Editions” will be held at The Gallery at Macon Arts Alliance on Friday, June 7 from 5-8 p.m. The title is a reference to the fact that this exhibit will be the first group exhibition exclusively of prints by local printmakers. The artists featured include Dennis Applebee, Craig Burkhalter, William […]

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The largest free music festival ever in Akron is coming your way on Saturday, June 8 from 12-8 p.m. Don’t miss it. The Highland Square Porch Rokr Festival is organized by the Highland Square Neighborhood Association, a non-profit organization that means to celebrate the history, arts and self-described “eclectic” vibe of the Highland Square neighborhood […]

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By Gina M. Russo, Locust Projects Now celebrating its 15th year of exhibiting experimental contemporary art, Locust Projects is pleased to present Precipice/PostModem by Miami-based artist Jillian Mayer. Mayer is known for eclectic video installations that compress virtual, cinematic, and physical space. This is Mayer’s largest exhibition to date, passing fluidly from cinema to installation […]

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By Peter Leggett, Walker West Music Academy On Sunday, May 19th Walker West Music Academy held its first annual Reverend Carl Walker and Grant West Honors Recital. Held at Camphor United Methodist Church in Saint Paul, the event was created by the Academy’s faculty committee to honor and celebrate select Academy students and those in […]

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By Katherine Bergman, Zeitgeist Zeitgeist’s home turf will be abuzz with a multitude of visual arts, performance, film, and interactive media this Saturday as the Northern Spark Festival crosses the river into Lowertown St. Paul. As part of the all-night art festival, Zeitgeist is presenting “Studio Z in Flux,” a performance event featuring the ensemble plus […]

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Screening new art

Published on June 4, 2013 by in Miami

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Video as an art form has come a long way. Although artists started seriously working with the medium at least a half century ago (some will pinpoint Nam June Paik’s German exhibition in 1963 as its official arrival on the scene), it remained somewhat the stepchild, not getting a lot of respect until the last […]

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Saturday, June 1st was the opening of “U-Build It!,” a group show at Public Pool in Hamtramck. Artists Mary Fortuna, Andrew Thompson, Shoshanna Utchenik and Michael McGillis have each created an interactive art space to enable attendees to participate in the creative process, working to expand on the provided framework over the course of the show. […]

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In the Goldie Paley Gallery at Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia-based artist Ditta Baron Hoeber presents her recent work in the solo exhibit “Proximity,” curated by Kaytie Johnson. While spending time in transit riding trains, Hoeber began a series of cell phone photographs capturing various components of her surroundings. The result is a […]

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“Touch Me Hear” by Juraj Kojs

Of what use is it to explore the relationship between touch, sound and movement when that exploration may divide into incongruous factions? This is a question that Slovakian composer, performer, multimedia artist and Inkub8

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