Two for one at the Mitrani spaces

Published on May 20, 2014 by in Miami

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  The Mitrani sisters, with adjacent art spaces in Wynwood, have collaborated for the first time with a photography and video show from Chicago-based Colleen Plumb, and it’s a real success. Elegant and moving with a sense of whimsy in some cases. Let’s start with Dina Mitrani Gallery, where the photographs are hanging. They all […]

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Attendance was lively at the Sixto Rodriguez concert on Tuesday, May 13th, which took place at the Masonic Temple in an area once known as the Cass Corridor—a neighborhood that has changed rapidly, much in the style of the captivating pencil drawing animation of the documentary, “Searching for Sugar Man,” which chronicles Rodriguez’s amazing Cinderella […]

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Broad Street’s Gershman Y is the center of Philadelphia’s freshest manifestation of printmaking as it opens its halls to “Making Our Mark: Philadelphia Printmakers,” hosted by the brand new collective Star Wheel Printers. This group started by Elaine M. Erne, Nicole Patrice Dul and Hanna Aufschauer seeks to recognize the potent body of printmakers already […]

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By Barbara Johnson Ross, Ohr-Ohr’O’Keefe Museum of Art The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art initiated the annual Unrivaled High School Art Competition in 2002 before moving to its new museum campus in Biloxi, Mississippi.  Now that the museum is in its permanent location, the juried competition will be held again each year.  This year’s juror was […]

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By Tara Keating, BalletX “Ms. Tara?”, one of the 4th grade dancers whispers into my ear. “I’ve been practicing my steps every night at home before I go to bed. Can I show you?” She proceeds to demonstrate the entire “Superstition” dance to Stevie Wonder that we’ve been working on all by herself, and she […]

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By Serlin Quah, ZERO1 ZERO1 is thrilled to announce the unveiling of BRING IT! 2014. This summer, through the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, we’re handing over the ZERO1 Garage to innovative performance artists who are pushing the boundaries of digital culture. We are combing our way through the proposals received […]

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This month we have a very special Big Night in Little Haiti. May is Haitian Heritage Month and we are very proud to feature rasin (roots) legends Boukman Eksperyans . They are one of the most successful and well traveled Haitian bands to date. The band arrived in Miami after a  14 hour drive from […]

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LandMindz has partnered with Shadow’s Dinner Theatre to bridge a void between all disciplines of the arts with the general public. A lot of times, local artists face slim chances of being booked on a stage with a built-in audience to witness their ability to perform. Shelton Land, the founder of LandMindz, has worked hard […]

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Mark your calendars: Motionpoems (“the world’s only poetry film company” and a Knight Arts grantee) will premiere its fifth season of newly commissioned short film adaptations of contemporary poetry on May 22 at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. (Full disclosure: I’ve been a fan of this outfit for years now and recently agreed to […]

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Civic leaders are getting behind the Fund for African American Art at the new Perez Art Museum Miami, joining an ambassadors group and raising more than $30,000 so far to enhance the museum’s permanent collection. The group also hopes to ultimately sponsor programming and an internship program. PAMM Board Members Barron Channer and Marilyn Holifield […]

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