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There’s only one weekend left to experience the immersive “Van Gogh Alive” exhibition at Discovery Place. More than 3,000 of Vincent van Gogh’s artworks are on display in an unusual exhibition method that re-creates the paintings on digital screens in a synthesis of traditional art and modern technology. Visitors will walk through galleries with famous […]

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Like many artistic collaborations, this one began over yoga, solidified over pizza and blossomed over chicken cacciatore. John Jarboe and his Philadelphia cabaret group, The Bearded Ladies, had an idea to create a performance piece on Andy Warhol. The idea intrigued David Devan, who was intent on rethinking the city’s opera company. After running into […]

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Today, shares will go on sale for the St. Paul-based Community Supported Art (CSA) program, the first and founding version of what has become a nationwide initiative connecting artists with collectors. It began as a riff on the economic model made popular by community supported agriculture, a new way of thinking about arts patronage, co-presented […]

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No matter how we may have a difference of political, religious or ethnic backgrounds, food seems to be a great way to bond through an act that all of nature has in common, which is eating. Each year, the Tubman African American Museum ends its spring fundraisers with the International Taste of Soul. Local celebrities […]

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Kulu Mele at Free Library of Phila

One of Philadelphia’s oldest dance companies and a driving force behind the African cultural renaissance in the region, Kùlú Mèlé African Dance and Drum Ensemble, surprised Philadelphia’s library patrons on a recent afternoon as part of Knight Foundation’s Library Act of Culture. “I happened to walk into the public library, and I heard all this […]

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By The Tattooed Ballerinas Dancers come prepared for Modern/ Contemporary Movement and Improvisation. Helping to celebrate two of Miami’s historic gems, choreographer Hattie Mae Williams will present a site-specific dance event at the Venetian Pool — for its 90th birthday, 2015 — and a dance/film project at The Miami Marine Stadium, Key Biscayne, this Summer […]

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The ninth annual Charlotte Shakespeare Festival brings Shakespeare forward to the psychedelic 1960s and ’70s with productions of “Love’s Labor’s Lost” from May 29-June 15, and “Measure for Measure” from August 7-24. As always, the festival is free, but donations are encouraged. “Love’s Labor’s Lost” will be performed outside at The Green Uptown, while “Measure […]

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On Thursday, May 22, the MOCAD (a Knight Arts grantee) played host to “An Evening of Art + Science,” a unique fundraising event that acted as a benefit for the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Institute. In her role as curator, novelist and art critic Lynn Crawford paired 11 artists with 11 physician-researchers from the […]

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Each of the objects placed into the small space of Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art pines for the familiar and the accessible, but somewhere along the way, these creations lose their way. Artist Ryan McCartney impresses the weight of the banal upon the viewer with simplified process pieces that excel at innuendo without revealing their true […]

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Photo by Alexey Taran from Bistoury Physical Theatre and Film

Carlota Pradera returns to the Miami Theater Center as part of its 2013-2014 SandBox Series for the premiere of “Bare Bones,” an experimental dance performance featuring special guest artist Lazaro Godoy, who has just returned after a few years performing in Israel. I sat down with Pradera & Godoy on floor of the SandBox Theater […]

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