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Christina Alexander | Photo by Neil de la Flor

“Alexander’s Hate! An American Love Story,” which debuted at the Miami Theater Center‘s Sandbox Series, explored the fine line between love and hate in a country (and world) polarized by these two illusory binaries. Christina Alexander courageously played eight characters and each character delivered a monologue

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Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe proves that its promise to provide quality, year-round programming to the region is in full swing. This Knight Arts grantee just brought the first ever “Robot-Human Theater” to Old City’s Christ Church Neighborhood House. Produced by Seinendan Theater Company and Osaka University Robot Theater Project, this innovative and […]

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We had a great turnout last night at Fort Lauderdale’s Cinema Paradiso, our first of 4 Community Q & A sessions on the Knight Arts Challenge that are taking place this week around South Florida.  We wanted to share what’s on people’s minds ahead of the March 4 application deadline, and some tips and insights […]

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While some Metro Detroiters explored their wild side this weekend at The Dirty Show, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (a Knight Arts grantee) was open for wholesome family fun on Sunday with the Family Day Workshop: “Drawing Sculpture in Space.” The event was curated by Mary Fortuna, artist and exhibition director for Paint Creek […]

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The high ceilings at the entry of Parastou Forouhar’s new exhibition at Macalester College, “Ornament and Crime,” are festooned with Mylar balloons, as if for a party. Seen from the floor below, the balloons’ surfaces look festive and simply decorative – repeated arrangements of curvaceous, pale pink shapes, looped together with thickly drawn black lines. […]

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By John Jarobe, Bearded Ladies Cabaret “Fueled by a Knight Arts grant, The Bearded Ladies are delivering on their promised cabaret revolution.”- Mark Cofta, City Paper “[The Bearded Ladies Cabaret] are at the forefront of what is becoming a thriving cabaret scene in Philly.” Lewis Whittington, Edge Philadelphia The Bearded Ladies closed out 2012 with […]

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With an opening that was timed to coincide with Valentine’s Day, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s (a Knight Arts grantee) new exhibition, “Artistic Relationships: Partners, Mentors, Lovers,” reveals the importance of connection to inspire great art. On view from Feb. 14-July 29, “Artistic Relationships” features more than 80 works from the Bechtler’s permanent collection. […]

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The 8th Annual Macon Film Festival (MaGa), a Knight Arts grantee, ended yesterday. Whether people showed up due to a love for filmmaking, the chance to rub elbows with the stars, or just to drink the MaGa-tinis, the effect was just the same. The film festival was, by all accounts, a big success. Over the […]

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More art than we can see

Published on February 15, 2013 by in Miami

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Once again, this thankfully chilly weekend offers up so many art events, you’ll have to make some choices. Tonight, Friday, for instance, there are a plethora of riches. Starting up in Broward at the Girls’ Club Collection (a Knight Arts grantee), one of Miami’s most consistently interesting artists, Karen Rifas, will give a talk about […]

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TU Dance: February 2013 Update

Published on February 15, 2013 by in St. Paul

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By Abdo Sayegh, TU Dance In early January, TU Dance travelled to New York City to showcase several works for the APAP conference.  Toni and Uri brought the company to The Alvin Ailey Studios where a crowd of more than 100 people -amongst them some presenters- filled the space.  Enriched by the New York energy, […]

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