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Diana Lowenstein opened up a gallery 25 years ago in Buenos Aires, originally called Der Brücke (named after the early 20th-century German Expressionist movement); it opened up in Miami 15 years ago, first in Coral Gables and now in Wynwood. She has featured many artists from her homeland through the ages, being the first to […]

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  By Caridad Castro, Miami Dade College Liberal Arts & Sciences Department “Funding for this program was provided through a grant from the Florida Humanities Council with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the Florida Humanities Council […]

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By Daniel Peabody, director Elizabeth Leach Gallery Advice Station for Miami Basel is the latest project by multimedia artist MK Guth. Advice Station will be presented at Aqua Art Miami December 3-7 2014. Advice Station is part psychiatry office and part information booth where visitors can sit and talk about their experiences and offer their […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer In the Puccini operatic canon, Madama Butterfly occupies no middle ground as to audience views. Those who adore Puccini’s exquisite Oriental painting with passion á la italiana will never make peace with those who can’t stand the story of a geisha deceived by lo yankee vagabondo and who, […]

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By Mark Hart, executive and artistic director Community Arts Program, a Knight Arts Challenge South Florida winner to create the Miami Jazz Institute  Since its inception in the early 20th century, jazz has been a reflection of American culture and is widely considered the truly original American art form. Yet many graduate from high school with […]

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By Ann Mintz, Reading Terminal Market On November 9, world indie songstress Eleanor Dubinsky brought her eclectic repertoire to Reading Terminal Market. Born in St. Louis, Dubinsky’s music is influenced by extensive travels in Europe, Latin and South America. A favorite at Philadelphia arts venues such as the Kimmel Center’s International Festival of the Arts, […]

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Saturday, November 22nd was a banner night for the arts in Hamtramck. There was a packed house for the Ben Hall/Andrew Mehall artist talk at Popps Packing, as well as a lively crowd on hand at 9338 Campau for the poster auction benefiting the Hamtramck Neighborhood Art Festival. The evening also featured a reprisal of […]

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If the third time is the charm, then the Philadelphia Sculpture Gym‘s “Process: Wood III” show is surely the enchanted culmination of its two predecessors. This Knight Arts grantee acts as the reliquary for a number of artifacts, many of which seem to cast a spiritual slant on one of the most time-tested mediums. Even […]

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Voting for ArtPop 2015 now open

Published on November 24, 2014 by in Charlotte

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I voted. Have you? No, I am not talking about the midterm elections, but rather the 2015 roster of ArtPop candidates. ArtPop is an exciting partnership between Adams Outdoor Advertising and the Arts and Science Council to promote local artists through available billboard space. This initiative is the brainchild of Wendy Hickey, a national sales […]

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In light of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, announced last week, Raoul Deal’s exhibition of new and recent work in Macalester College’s Law Warschaw Gallery seems especially timely. At the center of his show, “Ni De Aquí Ni De Allá (From Neither Here Nor There),” are large woodcut prints and paintings inspired by oral […]

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