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By Deborah Briggs, Betsy Writers Room Many Miami pre-war hotels had ‘Writing Rooms’ for travellers and guests. In a continuing effort to link past and present through the arts, The Betsy-South Beach opened a ‘Writers Room’ in Spring 2012 during National Poetry Month; poets Tom Healy, Billy Collins, Daniel Halpern, Campbell McGrath, Scott Cunningham, and […]

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By Matthew Marshall, The Miami Symphony Orchestra Eduardo Marturet and The Miami Symphony Orchestra added a new twist to the Viennese New Year tradition with “Ocean Drive in Vienna” on Sunday night before a large and very enthusiastic audience at the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall.  Thanks to the support of the John S. and […]

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Inside and out for art on the weekend

Published on January 25, 2013 by in Miami, Music

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While the rest of the country is in a deep freeze, we are enjoying almost perfect South Florida weather. So it’s also perfect timing for the Bass Museum to join up with the Miami Symphony Orchestra for a free outdoor concert in the newly revamped Collins Park on Sunday. If you haven’t been to the […]

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Experience the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra (CSO) (a Knight Arts grantee) in a new way with the rhythm and movement of the Metropolitan Ballroom dancers at 7:30 p.m. on January 25 at the Knight Theater. “Ballroom!” will showcase the music and dance of the waltz, rumba, samba and tango with Jacomo Rafael Bairos conducting. Select highlights […]

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For whoever’s counting, the Detroit Film Theatre (DFT) is off to a monster start in 2013, with a second consecutive weekend featuring a documentary about a particular artistic process. Previously, it was the astounding photographic productions of Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters, and last weekend it was the far-ranging multi-mediated stylings of cartoonist and set designer-come-fine […]

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If you like “talky” dramas, go see “Fiction” that is being put on by Actors’ Summit, a Knight Arts grantee. Unfortunately I don’t, and that’s too bad because the playwright, Steven Dietz, is a gifted scriptwriter. The language, the references and allusions to literary works and philosophical ideas – these are captivating and can keep […]

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The National Endowment for the Arts is hosting a webinar next week to answer questions on how to prepare a strong application for arts journalism project grants. The webinar is January 29, 4-5pm ET on arts.gov. Click here to join or listen to the archive. There will be an overview presentation from NEA Local Arts […]

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Peter LaBerge

Peter LaBerge was just nominated for 2013 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts and may be the next Poet Laureate of the United States because anything thing seems possible from this young, energetic 2013 YoungArts Week Writing Finalist in Poetry. LaBerge’s poetry, and personality, is thoughtful and electric, intense yet luminous—and he is a senior

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Currently at Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art is the show “Plainsight, Plainspoken” by Corey Antis and Anna Neighbor. Although the title of the exhibit implies the mundane or the regular, the work focuses on a variety of forms and ideas that explore the uncanny and strange. This show was originally assembled for a gallery in Kansas […]

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By Pati Vargas, Viernes Culturales Join us Friday, January 25th from 7 pm to 11 pm for another Viernes Cultural/Cultural Friday. Little Havana’s popular art and culture festival is a great event for the whole family. Enjoy music, discover works by local artists and artisans in and around our iconic Domino Plaza on SW 8th […]

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