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The summer outdoor concert season has officially begun in earnest: Music in Mears is now in full swing, and Ordway’s Summer Dance program just got underway.  The Twin Cities Jazz Festival will heat up Lowertown and downtown St. Paul throughout the weekend  – speaking of which, MinnPost’s arts columnist, Pamela Espeland, has the skinny on this […]

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By Elizabeth Shannon, Bass Museum of Art New York, New York! As they say, it’s a wonderful town (although obviously it doesn’t hold a candle to the Magic City). However, when a Knight Curatorial Fellow is tasked with seeing the best of international contemporary art (and Art Basel Miami Beach is a long way off), […]

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By Kira Obolensky, Ten Thousand Things Next season, Ten Thousand Things will produce three plays, using what’s become a standard rubric for season planning for this unique organization that brings theater to non-traditional and traditional audiences: a play by Shakespeare in the fall; a musical in the winter; and a new play in the spring. […]

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By Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The Arts Partnership, a nonprofit collaboration between the Minnesota Opera, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, The Schubert Club and The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, announced on Wednesday, June 11 the official names of the newly constructed concert hall and adjoining spaces at the Ordway. The new facilities, which are […]

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The effect upon entering The Factory—a warehouse painstakingly converted into a three-day opening extravaganza due to efforts martialed by Cass Corridor artist and art scene mainstay Robert Sestok—is perhaps best considered as admission into a total experience of large works, rather than a dissection of each individual contribution from the more than 40 participating artists. […]

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Although Grizzly Grizzly is a creative collective geared towards the somewhat broader definitions of what art can be, one type of art that they do not display is work by their own members. This boundary is probably in place to prevent conflicts and controversy, and it is upheld by the members regardless of whether they make […]

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By Adria Greenhauff, Miami City Ballet Its 2013-2014 season may have come to a close just a few weeks ago, but Miami City Ballet is already gearing up for the new season ahead. Our dancers returned to the studios on June 9th to begin learning next season’s ballets. They’re beginning with choreographer Justin Peck’s new […]

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By Roger Riddle When you first walk into Fresh Produce Records in downtown Macon, it’s like you’ve stepped into a clubhouse for fans of independent music rather than a retail shop. There may be someone sitting on a couch reading a magazine. Obscure experimental rock music plays in the background as people standing around the […]

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The Charlotte New Music Festival (CNMF) presents the final event of the festival, “Arts Align,” on June 28th at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. at Johnson C. Smith University’s Black Box Theatre in The Arts Factory (1545 W. Trade St.). CNMF began in 2012 to foster new collaborations and further the creation of new music […]

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Every Thursday in July will call for a rivalry between some of the best DJs in Macon at Shadows. It doesn’t matter what type of music you play, you can enter the competition. Each DJ will be judged on their creative talents along with audience applause and shouts. This is a new type of wave […]

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