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By Barbara Johnson Ross, Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art At an Ohr-O’Keefe Museum Studio Ohr workshop on February 9, 2013, students used the printmaking art of linocut to create one-of-a-kind 4” x 6” Valentine cards that could be mailed, framed or given as gifts.  Linocut skills can be used to transfer designs to fabric, create wrapping […]

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In just one week, on March 25, we’ll start accepting applications for the Knight Arts Challenge in Detroit. This year, we’ll be giving away up to $3 million to arts and cultural projects that engage and enrich the city. The deadline is April 22. Get Detroit Arts Email Updates Email (required)  First Name  Last Name […]

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Tigertail Productions always brings innovative, cutting-edge performing artists to Miami that challenge our preconceived notions of what performance art is and can be. These artists push the conceptual

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By Kelly Belich, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The Friends of The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s second annual Youth Chamber Music Competition, the final rounds of which will take place March 23-24, saw an interesting innovation this year. For the first time, the competition’s first round was judged via YouTube videos submitted by talented young chamber […]

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There are few issues in Detroit more politically or emotionally fraught than the state of the Detriot Public School system. In this regard, Detroit is perhaps an extreme example, but by no means the sole instance of breakdown of the concept and execution of public education. As of this Saturday, March 16, 2739 Edwin Gallery in Hamtramck […]

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Tonight, the Cleveland Orchestra opens a series of three concerts that celebrate love between two humans as well as the love of humanity in general. The love story of composer Peter Lieberson and his wife, mezzo Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, is told in the Neruda Songs, which Lieberson based on five of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda’s […]

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The Center for Art in Wood in Old City (formerly the Wood Turning Center) is a non-profit community space that, since its inception in 1986, has provided wood turning, woodworking and exhibition opportunities for local artists working in the medium of wood. Currently, the Center is hosting a two-part show in its first-floor gallery, featuring […]

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By Christina Chang, Minnesota Museum of American Art “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” – Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt’s words perfectly capture the do-it-yourself (D.I.Y.) spirit that is the subject of the MMAA Project Space’s new exhibition of print, D.I.Y. Printing: Presses Not Required (March 7-April 28, 2013). The message […]

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Full disclosure: I’m (tangentially) affiliated with what I’m writing about today, but it’s significant enough to the St. Paul arts-and-culture scene that I’m going to mention it anyway. The Walker’s hugely popular Internet Cat Video Festival (a.k.a. #catvidfest) is returning for a second year, and the festivities will be held at the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand on […]

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In case you missed “The Intimate Bach, Part I” from Apollo’s Fire, a Knight Arts grantee, here’s your chance to redeem yourself, for the celebrated Baroque orchestra will be coming again to appear at Fairlawn Lutheran Church on Thursday evening. This performance has the subtitle “with his friend Telemann,” referring to Georg Philipp Telemann, who […]

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