Fred Snitzer goes downtown

Published on September 3, 2014 by in Miami

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Well, it’s finally happened. After several years of planning to leave Wynwood, the Fredric Snitzer Gallery has finally decamped for a new space further south, in downtown Miami. Snitzer will be joining the neighborhood that now includes Dimensions Variable, Bas Fisher Invitational, Primary Projects and, of course, PAMM. To inaugurate the space, Snitzer will be […]

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The Akron Civic Theatre, a Knight Arts grantee, is beginning a new series called Club @ The Civic. It’s to be an intimate cabaret-style setting taking place on the main stage where other performers have worked successfully. To kick it off, the first Club @ the Civic will feature now Akron area artist Helen Welch, […]

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Macon Pops was not designed to be an ordinary performance group. In 2013, Matt Catingub, a Grammy Award-winning arranger, and Steve Moretti, a Grammy-nominated musician, played together, and this encounter gave birth to the Macon Pops. Although, this body of musicians and vocalists is labeled as an orchestra, they don’t reflect the stereotypes of what […]

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Keys to the Collection

Published on September 3, 2014 by in Philadelphia

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By Lynn Berkowitz, Barnes Collection family and community programs manager What lies just beneath the surface of a painting? How do art elements shape composition?  Why do artists do what they do? These guiding questions make for fun hands-on learning as youth aged 7 to 14 virtually roam the rooms and leap into paintings at […]

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By Becki Kenderes Want to know what Peck Park on Brush Street, the pedestrian bridge over 75 in Southwest Detroit, the Atheneum Hotel, Children’s Hospital, the Federal Reserve Bank, Campus Martius, the Detroit Athletic Club, and the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church have in common?  They all contain works by world renowned Detroit artist Hubert Massey.  […]

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Artist Profile: Susannah Goodman

Published on September 2, 2014 by in Detroit

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Rosie Sharp: What brought you to ceramics initially? Has that changed over time? Susannah Goodman: I have a distinct childhood memory of digging for worms in a friend’s yard. I remember pausing, analyzing the feeling of the not-quite-dirt as it squished between my fingers. It was a mysterious joy.  Being dirty is something I always […]

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The fall theater season is set to hit full swing in the coming weeks but before these last warm nights of summer give way to fall, I’d recommend catching the collaborative, open-air production of “The Tempest” this weekend at Franconia Sculpture Park. Two big names in the Twin Cities’ scene are spearheading the effort: Theatre de la Jeune Lune […]

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Each month, Historic Macon presents an author to speak on his or her literary work. The writer engages the audience by discussing, reading and signing their books. The salon series are named in honor of the late and legendary Sidney Lanier. Although he’s widely known as a a poet, Lanier was a writer, musician and so much more […]

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In memory of the art and life of Robert Huff

Published on September 2, 2014 by in Miami

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It’s with great sadness to report here the death last Friday of Robert Huff, a remarkable artist, teacher, mentor and human being, whose passing will leave a void in the art world. Those who came into his orbit learned to appreciate art, and more importantly, life, with greater gusto. In his artwork, he was always […]

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Actors’ Summit, a Knight Arts grantee, is the area’s only professional theater. Not only does it put on quality productions, it seeks to introduce area residents to new materials that haven’t been seen before. That’s what it plans to do again when it brings five regional premiere works in its six productions for its 16th […]

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