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By Angela Coleman, Philadelphia Young Playwrights Philadelphia Young Playwrights, in collaboration with InterAct Theatre Company, opened the 2014 Young Voices Monologue Festival March 19-29  to 14 packed houses of student and public audience members. The festival featured professional productions of 18 winning high school students’ monologues chosen from over 400 submissions.  Currently, a post-festival tour […]

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In the Anne R. Belk Theater of Robinson Hall, J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos No. 3 and 6 will be performed at UNC Charlotte as part of the University’s Faculty and Friends Concert Series. On Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m., Department of Music faculty David Russell, Anne R. Belk Distinguished Professor of Violin, and Mira […]

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Even if you happened to catch the dizzying preview to this year’s Cinedelphia Film Festival at PhilaMOCA on April Fool’s Day, you still may not know what the city is in store for this month, or at least you may not be able to put it into words. The hour-and-change long teaser sped by with […]

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As is the case every spring, there are scads of literary events going on in and around Minneapolis-St. Paul in honor of National Poetry Month. One of my favorites this year comes out of Greater Minnesota, actually: the students and faculty of the English Department at Minnesota State University, Mankato are sharing a new video […]

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As we all stare down the April 7 deadline for the Detroit Knight Arts Challenge, offering a share of $3 million to innovative arts ideas, we wanted to offer some final tips on submitting your application. As Arts Program Officer Tatiana Hernandez said at a series of Q&A sessions last week, all great applications start […]

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Jason Odell Williams’ smart and fresh comedy, “Handle with Care,” recently had a long run off-Broadway. Actors’ Summit, a Knight Arts grantee, got the rights to produce the play as the regional premiere of the work while the New York production was still live. That’s pretty cool. It’s an amazingly fun and beguiling comedy, getting […]

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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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