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A world famous and innovative dance company comes to Charlotte after a prolonged absence of 30 years. On January 18, UNC Charlotte’s College of Arts + Architecture will present the Martha Graham Dance Company at 8 p.m. in the Knight Theater. Known for the ground-breaking choreography of modern dance pioneer Martha Graham, the Company offers authentic Graham experiences […]

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Y-Love opens at Guava Rugelach Lounge

Published on January 17, 2013 by in Miami, Music

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Stereotypes persist. Sometimes they box us in and keep us from reaching our full potential and sometimes these boxes exist as a catalyst for creativity and innovation—even if it means destroying those stereotypes and becoming absolutely

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At Gallery 102 of the Crane Arts Building, two artists harness painted abstractions as a way to explore power relationships as well as shape and form. In the show curated by Rebecca Saylor Sack, Stuart Elster and Peter Krashes share the relatively spacious, rectangular room whose walls are lined with a mixture of painted works […]

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By Tom Sarago, DANCECleveland In his annual recap of dance in Northeast Ohio, The Plain Dealer’s Don Rosenberg highlighted six innovative and diverse dance companies, including Trey McIntyre Project, which spent the week leading up to their October performance “in residency” at the University of Akron, culminating with a public performance at the University of […]

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This Saturday night, McNally Smith College of Music in downtown St. Paul is hosting a five-and-a-half hour wintertime arts “conflagration,” the Second Annual Deepwinter Bonfire. This performance free-for-all emphasizes collaboration, interdisciplinary experimentation and improvisation, bringing together visual artists, spoken word and hip hop dancers, along with a small army of DJs and musicians for a […]

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Shades of James Agee’s “A Death in the Family.” The storyline of Geoffrey Nauffts’ “Next Fall” revolves around a family reeling from the loss of a loved one in a traffic accident. Some subplots line up too — two central characters to whom religion is the big elephant in their relationship, and alcohol and drug […]

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Two brothers have turned their childhood passion into an intergalactic, excuse me, “Ultra Galactic” comedy adventure. Macon’s Museum of Arts and Sciences will premiere UG3 Thursday, January 17th from 6–9 p.m. Two screenings will be held. The first showing begins at 6:30 p.m. and the second at 8 p.m. Attendees will have the chance to enjoy […]

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By Sue Arrowsmith, Miami Dade College During the month of love, get cozy with MDC Live Arts’ extraordinary live performances. At 8pm on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1 & 2, don’t miss the South Florida premiere of renowned choreographer and dancer Kyle Abraham and his company, Abraham.In.Motion (A.I.M.) in The Realest MC at the Colony […]

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Monday’s Knight Foundation’s announcement of the 69 Knight Arts Challenge Philadelphia finalists made a big media splash. Here are a few highlights… Philadelphia Magazine’s Philly Post noted: “This year, 1,200 local artists and organizations responded to the challenge, and today, the foundation announced the finalists, with some pretty exciting ideas like a Dr. Dog/Pig Iron […]

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By Locust Projects In 2013 Locust Projects will celebrate its 15th anniversary as an experimental exhibition space with a mission to serve artists and the community. To mark this milestone, Locust Projects is starting Locust Talks, a series of free public lectures by visiting art professionals. The series will begin in January and be complemented […]

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