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There is a pervasive feeling when encountering the work of Metro Detroit artist Mary Fortuna, currently on display in the Robinson Gallery at the Birmingham-Bloomfield Art Center, of intense personal mythology at work. Fortuna’s exhibition, “She Towers Above,” which opened Friday, May 3rd and remains on display free of charge at the BBAC through June […]

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Jesus Quintero. Photo by Pavel Antonov, 2009

The Miami Theater Center (MTC) is growing. Its ever-expanding reach and impact on the vitality of the performing arts for all ages in Miami-Dade spans theater, film, training and more. From their annual contemporary

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By Naomi Fisher, Bas Fisher Invitational To celebrate the wonderful news that Miami based artist T. Elliot Mansa was accepted into the prestigious Yale painting MFA program, the BFI #BigFutureInitiative is hosting an exhibition of his newest work. Please note, this is a fundraising exhibition: All profits from every sale of Mansa’s Artwork will go […]

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Ordway May 2013 update

Published on May 6, 2013 by in St. Paul

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By Dayna Martinez, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts In the midst of starting construction on the brand new 1,100-seat Concert Hall, which will open in Spring, 2015, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts is getting ready for a busy summer! We kick off the summer season with the Flint Hills 2013 International Children’s Festival, […]

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This week, WPBT is showing a Knight Foundation-funded short film by Ronnie Rivera about the International Noise Conference. Founded by Frank Falestra, the conference is three days of experimental music. Ronnie has created an experimental film that he shot at the conference, the likes of which has never been seen on public TV – check […]

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For many of us abstract modern art is confusing and incomprehensible. We fail to connect with it, to understand it, to see its complexity, or even to recognize its historical validity. I cannot even begin to count the number of times I’ve heard museum visitors say, “That’s not art! A kid could have painted that,” […]

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Blank Slate Theatre’s production of the off-Broadway hit, “Columbinus,” created in 2005 by the United States Theatre Project,  grabs you by the throat right from the start and doesn’t let go for an uncomfortable two hours. In the tradition of “The Laramie Project,” this two-act play blends fact and fiction to dramatize the events surrounding the […]

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Mark your calendars: May 12 will mark the return of The Grapevine to the Second Sunday stage in Washington Park. That day also happens to be Mother’s Day, so get your gifts now and then invite Mom to the park for a Mother’s Day concert. The concert begins at 6 p.m., and admission is always […]

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Monday night, Philadelphia celebrated all that Knight Arts Challenge winners will do to make art more participatory and ever-present in the city – with projects that combine voice & architecture, tech & design – even invite the audience to participate in an epic battle during Shakespeare’s Henry IV. Congrats to all! Click here for coverage […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Had Christian Tetzlaff’s second concert not measured up to his first, it would be tempting to call Tetzlaff’s April 26 recital at the New World Symphony the high point of the 2012-2013 season. But that would be unfair, because for the second straight year the American Orchestral Academy’s programming has […]

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