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Anyone who’s ever seen Saw Dogs on the Discovery Channel know that chainsaw sculptures are big business. The Saw Dogs team wins huge commissions and creates large-scale pieces for both private and public collections. Along with being an interesting and lucrative niche business, chainsaw sculpture is an art form that has large crossover appeal. The […]

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Music fans, clear your calendars – the largest jazz event of the Twin Cities is coming to St. Paul this weekend. In addition to the many local musicians who’ll be playing on stages around the city, the 15th Annual Twin Cities Jazz Festival national headliners include pianist and composer Kenny Werner, pianist Cyrus Chestnut and Walter Smith […]

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More walls to cover

Published on June 26, 2013 by in All Communities, Miami

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Downtown Hollywood isn’t Wynwood – in fact both neighborhoods would prefer to be their own entities. But in the last several years, Broward’s hip coastal town has developed an outdoor mural program that,while not as crazy as Wynwood, has some stellar stuff on its walls. Adding to the works of the likes of Jessy Nite, […]

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By Katrina Vander Kooi, VocalEssence After a global search through which we received more than 60 applications, VocalEssence is proud to announce that we have hired our first-ever Assistant Artistic Director, Mr. Tesfa Wondemagegnehu (one-dim-AWG-knee-you). Tesfa joins VocalEssence from Orlando, Florida, where he was director of choral activities at Freedom High School. He will serve […]

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By Gina M. Russo, Locust Projects The 2013 Locust Arts Builders will develop their collaborative exhibition in Locust Projects’ main gallery over the course of three weeks, under the instruction of Monica Lopez de Victoria of the TM Sisters and Loriel Beltran, a Miami-based artist. The program expanded to 25 students this year, thanks to […]

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Ellsworth Kelly prints at the DIA

Published on June 25, 2013 by in Detroit

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In a special exhibit that will run through September 8th, the DIA is showing selections from their collection of Ellsworth Kelly prints. Kelly is an abstract print artist whose work deals primarily in bright blocks of color. Originally a native of Newburgh, New York and a student of the Pratt institute in New York City, […]

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On Saturday, June 22 right between the summer solstice and the much anticipated supermoon, Laurel Hill Cemetery hosted a concert atop the crypts presented by the Divine Hand Ensemble. This nine-piece group is centered around Mano Divina – professional concert theraminist – who wields the world’s oldest electronic instrument to perform a mix of classical […]

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By Christy Gast, Artists in Residence in Everglades For more than ten years, the Artists in Residence in Everglades has given creatives the time and space to contemplate and make new work deep within the River of Grass. The residency hosts artists, writers, choreographers and composers for a month at a time, every month of […]

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By Maris M. Bish, The Wolfsonian-FIU When Knight Foundation gave a $5 million grant to The Wolfsonian–FIU in December, one of the goals of the grant was to provide support to enable greater public access to the museum’s unparalleled collection.  With a new gift from Wolfsonian founder Mitchell Wolfson Jr., this will begin to become […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer By chance or coincidence, this CD came out on Egon Schiele’s birthday. I have instinctively and often associated Schiele’s landscapes, marked by turbulence and lyricism, with the Emerson Quartet’s style and execution. Those two traits appear to intensify in this album, an absolute capolavoro in its class. It […]

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