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By Locust Projects Locust Projects is pleased to announce that artist Ron Terada has been selected to create a new commissioned work for Art on the Move, part of an ongoing public commissions initiative, by the project’s guest curator Dominic Molon, Richard Brown Baker Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island […]

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Borscht is back!

Published on December 18, 2014 by in Miami, Theater

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It’s that time of year again when the boys (and girls) from the Borscht Film Festival, a Knight Arts grantee, come out to play (on the big screen) at the Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall. It’s also the time when the community comes together for a few rounds of machete fencing. (More on that later.) […]

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The craft tradition is particularly strong in North Carolina, especially in the realm of ceramics. After all, the North Carolina pottery tradition from regions like Seagrove is world-renowned. Very few of us think about Mexican pottery traditions when we hear North Carolina and pottery in the same phrase. There is, however, a significant community of […]

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There are artist residencies, and then there is this idea out of Detroit: Artists-Musicians Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller, the couple behind the electro band ADULT., are inviting musicians from around the country into their home to collaborate on an album. Starting this month, the selected musicians will get to know the city, have a […]

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Artists become others at Napoleon

Published on December 18, 2014 by in Philadelphia

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A beige canvas rectangle on the floor topped with a human-size, plush stick figure of the same color greeted visitors to the second floor hallway of 319 North 11th Street on First Friday. Seeing that the hallway of this multiform art destination is a severely underutilized space, the regulars stopped in their tracks as much […]

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Fantastic fundraisers and solid sponsorships are key elements when it comes to planning a festival or event. Many of these productions are created to help with a cause marketing effort where donations are essential. While other events may be generated for profit with a dual purpose of enlightening the community, it’s also necessary to have investors […]

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By Stephanie Portalatin, Miami Dade College Hialeah Campus On November 18, 2014, Emilio Cueto, Cuban attorney, author, and actor, delivered a lecture and visual presentation to approximately one hundred Hialeah community members including Miami Dade College- Hialeah Campus students, faculty and staff on his latest book La virgen de la Caridad del Cobre: en el […]

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Happy Craziest New Year

Published on December 17, 2014 by in St. Paul

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For the past three years, Dangerous Productions has produced a unique series of shows called Happy Minnesota. The project was created with a focus on fostering economic growth, play and community along St. Paul’s Central Corridor. Over the course of nine productions, Happy shows have been performed in both vacant storefronts and active businesses all […]

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By Fernando González, Miami-based arts and culture writer The work of Andy Warhol set the art world on its head, blurring the lines between high and low and the notions of what defined artistic and commercial work. It is only fitting then that “Andy: A Popera,” a show exploring Warhol’s life, work and legacy, started […]

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None Too Fragile Theater put on three performances only over the weekend of December 13-14 called “Exact Change.” The one-person drama is one of those stories that needs to be told, the artistic co-founder of the company has said. And he was correct. The drama tells the true story of Christine Howey, who is a […]

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