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The Creole Choir of Cuba | Sven Creutzmann

FUNDarte and Miami Light Project open the 6th Global Cuba Fest, a month-long festival of performances that celebrates the contemporary music and artists of Cuba and the Caribbean Diaspora, with a historic first-ever U.S. performance

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As winter comes to an end, so do three notable exhibitions at the Mint Museum Randolph (a Knight Arts grantee).  “A Thriving Tradition-75 Years of Collecting North Carolina Potter” closes on Sunday, March 10; “Sophisticated Surfaces: The Pottery of Herb Cohen” ends on Sunday, March 17; and finally “And the Bead Goes On” closes on […]

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While it is true that the map is not actually the territory, a group of artists at the AIGA Philadelphia Space prove that these useful representations can serve as much more than orienteering tools. For the show “MAPnificent: Artists Use Maps,” some 15 individuals and a couple of groups including the Brooklyn Art Library and […]

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It’s not hard to understand why La Virgen de la Caridad, Our Lady of Charity, is the patron saint of Cuba. As legend has it, a statue of her was found floating in the water by three men in a boat 400 years ago, after they had prayed to the virgin to help save them […]

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Ovations365.com was recently honored with a Gold Addy Award from the local chapter of the American Advertising Federation for its marketing efforts. The award was presented to Burt&Burt Design and Macon Arts Alliance (a Knight Arts grantee) on February 26 at an awards ceremony inside Macon’s historic Douglass Theatre. As a gold level winner, Ovations365.com […]

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Hundreds of arts-friendly folks are expected to descend on the capitol this Thursday to lobby their legislators on behalf of Minnesota artists and arts funding. The statewide advocacy organization, Minnesota Citizens for the Arts (MCA), expects more than 700 people to turn out for this Thursday’s Arts Advocates Day in downtown St. Paul. The day […]

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The Macon Concert Association (MCA) will present “Late Night with Leonard Bernstein,” in Porter Auditorium at Wesleyan College on Friday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students. Founded in 1933, Macon Concert Association is one of Macon’s oldest arts organizations. The association’s purpose is simply to bring world-renowned […]

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Moore College of Art & Design has released a call for submissions for the upcoming “Film al Fresco” juried competition and outdoor film series. The Galleries at Moore received a $20,000 Knight Arts Grant to establish the series in response to Knight’s question: “What’s your best idea for the arts in Philadelphia?” Out of over […]

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“Six Characters in Search of an Author,” playwright Alan Berks’ new adaptation of the Luigi Pirandello’s classic 1921 meta-theatrical “comedy in the making,” opens in a television editing room, mid-season of a hit reality show.  Three competitors-cum-housemates remain in a series called “The Maze;” they’re living in a mansion, completing “challenges” set by the show’s […]

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“Good, God, Go” goes wild

Published on March 5, 2013 by in Dance, Miami, Theater

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GOOD GOD GO

Letty Bassart’s “Good,God, Go” for Miami Made 2013 was a wonderfully entropic, energetic, comedic and well-timed performance packed with a plethora of elements and symbolism that flew over my head

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