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Saturday, January 4th marked the closing of “Adverse Affects Include” at Popps Packing, with an artist talk by sculptor Brian Nelson about his large-scale welded bronze and steel works. The installation dealt with pharmaceuticals, specifically antidepressants. A number of the works, including “Paxil, Paroxetine (16 Years),” “Xanax, Trade name, Alprazolam (I will never find my […]

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Two artists seek to uncover hidden bits and pieces of the crumbling Philadelphia post-industrial cityscape, while simultaneously using these loose narratives to tell personal tales strung together with fabric, steel and found objects. At PhilaMOCA, “Resurrecting Rust” presents the work of Carolyn Perri and Amanda Lee Watkins in a montage of thread and forgotten fixtures […]

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Above: Alumni Spotlight / Andrew Rannells and Zuzanna Szadkowski from YoungArts on YouTube South Floridians can experience the work of 171 emerging U.S. artists this week as the National YoungArts Foundation celebrates their talents. The artists from 46 states are converging on Miami for YoungArts Week, an annual opportunity to perform and work alongside leading […]

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Low and Lower at the Bechtler

Published on January 6, 2014 by in Charlotte

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With only a cello, a bass, a sense of humor and two voices, musicians Brooks Whitehouse (cello) and Paul Sharpe (Bass) deliver a musical comedy show of the classical variety. This duo, known as Low and Lower, offer performances of artistry, virtuosity and satire. Low and Lower will be performing at the Bechtler Museum of […]

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Matt in a fish bowl.

I remember the antiquated days of making mix tapes from my ghetto blaster. “Wild Boys” by Duran Duran was always in that mix. Last week, Mad Cat Theatre Company premiered “Mixtape 2: Ummagumma Forza Zuma,” which is a collection

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Macon Arts Alliance (a Knight Arts grantee) and The 567 Center for Renewal (a Knight Arts grantee) both opened new exhibits on this past First Friday in January. Macon Arts Alliance featured a solo exhibit of paintings by Monica Stevens. The 567 featured a group exhibit of pencil and colored pencil drawings. Stevens’ exhibit is […]

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Our state is a national hub for fine craft, home to a host of internationally known artisans and a number of discipline-specific, widely acclaimed arts centers – places like Northern Clay Center, the Textile Center of Minnesota, Highpoint Center for Printmaking, American Association of Woodturners and Minnesota Center for Book Arts. The American Craft Council […]

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By Jackie Rivera, The Project [theatre] At just past the one year mark of being awarded with the challenge of matching the generous $25,000 from The Knight Foundation’s Knight Arts Challenge we stand humbled by our successes and grateful to the foundation for allowing us the funds to grow and achieve the progress in storytelling […]

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The Sidney Lanier Cottage, birthplace of poet Sidney Lanier, is owned by Historic Macon Foundation. In honor of his legacy, Historic Macon established the Lanier Center for the Arts, which hosts workshops, literary events and book signings at the Cottage called Sidney’s Salons. The next salon in the series will be held Tuesday, January 14 […]

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By Erica Hawthorne, Campus Philly Campus Philly held their Annual Meeting on Thursday, December 5 at WHYY in Philadelphia, where 240 stakeholders gathered to learn about the organization’s focus and progress on accelerating internships and connecting Philadelphia college students to community.  The meeting highlighted Campus Philly’s newest connector initiative: Open Arts, a program that builds […]

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