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By Adia Greenhauff, Miami City Ballet Miami City Ballet is 50 dancers strong for the 2014-2015 season, gracing the stage with eight new dancers on the company roster, including four 2014 graduates from MCB School. The School graduates joining the corps de ballet this year are Ellen Grocki from Damascus, Maryland; Alex Manning from State […]

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Inside of The Rotunda, West Philadelphia’s cultural landmark for boundary-pushing music and performance, there exists a magnificently constructed, acoustic and architectural gem that receives less of the action than the main performance area. Underneath the 80-foot diameter dome from which the space takes its name, The Rotunda and Bowerbird present the results of a multi-month […]

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Friday, September 19th was an evening of great literary antics and fanfare over at Public Pool artspace, with a reading by South African writer Lauren Beukes from her new novel, Broken Monsters, which is set in Detroit, and the announcement of the first Write-A-House grantee, poet Casey Rocheteau. Set against a backdrop of Public Pool’s […]

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The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s Modernism + Film program investigates themes in design, engineering, architecture and modern/contemporary art through the lens of film. This month’s film “The Vision of Paolo Soleri: Prophet in the Desert” on the 26th documents the life and work of Italian-born architect Paolo Soleri (1919-2013) and his principal concept ‘arcology,’ […]

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Nine different art organizations have collaborated to host the 2014 One City Art Festival. This year marks the second time this event has taken place. The One City Art Festival displays how Macon’s community has evolved for the best when it comes to the visual arts discipline. Middle Georgia State College is the principal supporter […]

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This week, South Florida’s WLRN Channel 17 will premiere its new documentary “Deep City: The Birth of the Miami Sound,” which explores the early days of soul music in Florida, the era’s pioneers and their contributions to American music. The movie documents the life of Deep City,  the state’s first black-owned record label, based in […]

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A new arts initiative for Akron

Published on September 20, 2014 by in Akron, All Communities

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Last year, Knight and the GAR Foundation released a survey on the arts in Akron that was telling. Related Link Akron arts community receives $6 million boost from Knight Foundation – KF Press release (09/21/14) Sign up for Knight Arts Challenge in Akron email updates We found a real hunger for arts and culture in […]

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Summer music enrichment program

Published on September 20, 2014 by in St. Paul

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By Peter E. Leggett, Walker West Music Academy After moving into the new Walker West facility at 760 Selby in June 2014, one of the most anticipated programs for Walker West faculty and staff was the 2014 Summer Music Enrichment Program. The Summer Music Enrichment Program is the Academy’s annual summer day camp. The program […]

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The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art held the opening for its final program of 2014 on Friday, September 12th. All three galleries feature a new collection of works, with the main gallery dominated by the painted works of Herbert Gentry supplemented by works of his contemporaries, including Romare Bearden and Ed Clark. Gentry combines a […]

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DWNTWN Art Days are here again

Published on September 19, 2014 by in Miami

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  The third annual DWNTWN Arts Days fair in downtown Miami starts today, running through the weekend, with almost 170 events (mostly free) taking place around Downtown in art galleries and cultural institutions, including bike and walking tours and family-centric programming. But running through Sept. 28 will be the latest installment of site-specific, temporary public […]

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