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The architectural design, which includes the columns, doors, stained glass, stairway, detailed cathedral ceiling, turret and faces on the chimney, makes the Library Ballroom one of the most beautiful buildings in historic downtown Macon. It was designed to be Macon’s first public library in 1889, with the first floor rented out to a coffin shop. […]

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Ana Mendez blurs the genre lines

Published on April 1, 2014 by in KAC Miami, Miami

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Ana Mendez has done some exciting stuff in her young career. One of the new generation who blurs lines among disciplines, it’s hard to shoe-horn her work into any one category. She is a performance artist and trained dancer, and within this context will likely be where you have seen her before. Mendez has been […]

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Of the diverse exhibitions at Public Pool, a common theme emerges that strikes to the core of this blogger’s particular art fancies. Foremost, a tendency to create interactive art experiences, which democratize the process of artmaking and art appreciation—in marked contrast to the rarefied nature of the prototypical fine art venue. While the art world […]

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As part of the Henry Box Brown Festival, the Brothers’ Network will be hosting a conversation and tour exploring the work of Yinka Shonibare, currently on display at The Barnes Foundation. This Knight Arts grantee seeks to open up a dialogue about race, culture, gender and class through a festival that celebrates the artistic and […]

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Library goers swayed in their seats as a trio of instrumentalists and a vocalist performed at the West Boulevard Library in Charlotte on Tuesday, February 18. The musical walk-through was part of the Knight Foundation’s Library Acts of Culture program. The program, executed in partnership with the Arts & Science Council and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, brought an unannounced cultural performance to each of the county’s […]

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By AIRIE Miami-based artist and AIRIE Board Member Christy Gast will host a day trip to the Hole-in-the-Donut region of the Everglades in conjunction with her solo exhibition at Locust Projects entitled Inholdings, as a special fundraiser for the AIRIE program. The tour begins at Locust Projects with refreshments and a private chat with Christy […]

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AIRIE March 2014 update

Published on March 31, 2014 by in Miami

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By Nathaniel Sandler, AIRIE fellow Living alone in the swamp is like playing a role in a silent film except that the music is not Benny Hill; it is the constant murmuring hum of whatever beast lies afoot and in earshot. Were it actually a silent film maybe you’d run into Buster Keaton, but there […]

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By Jackie Rivera, The Project [theatre] To quote Drake, “Started from the bottom, now the whole team here” and we at The Project are banging on all four cylinders for our next project. Yes, 4. Prior to now, we’ve been a three-man-band for over a year and we are happy to announce that accomplished actress, […]

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By Colby Damon, BalletX dancer About a month ago, the dancers at BalletX were afforded an opportunity to learn the pedagogical practices forged and perpetuated by the National Dance Institute in New York City. I had heard of the program for a while, and knew much of its founder Jacques d’Amboise, but otherwise had little […]

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The Light Factory revitalized

Published on March 31, 2014 by in Charlotte

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As The Light Factory- Contemporary Museum of Photography and Film (TLF) settles into its new location on 1817 Central Avenue, a new lineup of photography classes will begin in April. Despite last October’s suspension of operations and dire outlook for this 41-year-old organization–one of four museums in the nation that exclusively focuses on film and […]

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