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We’ve seen dance and classical music brought into Akron city parks, along with free rock and roll, jazz and country concerts in various venues around town. But never glimpses of fine visual art – until now. The Akron Art Museum, a Knight Arts grantee, is planning to install high-quality reproductions around the city for everyone to […]

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By Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council of Miami ABC: What role do see the arts playing in Miami’s growth as a global community? The arts are the core of what started the growth of Miami as we know it today. When I first moved here in the late 80s I came to such an […]

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By Roza Maille, Akron Art Museum The Akron Art Museum is beginning a new project, based on a successful effort in Detroit, that will bring its collection into the city’s neighborhoods. Below, Project Manager Roza Maille writes about the first installation. This item is cross-posted from the Akron Art Museum’s blog. Picture this: You’re walking […]

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It’s Art Basel week, and amid all the interest from the outside world, as well as the tremendous amount of art by creators from outside the country, there are a number of local shows in which Miami and South Florida artists are drawing attention to their work, hoping to be seen in the middle of […]

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By Ara Topouzian, Detroit Hye Times I have been working on Detroit Hye Times from the moment I knew I was a recipient of funds from the Knight Foundation. Some may disagree with me, but the hardest part is putting the narrative script together. I have interviewed over a dozen musicians and their relatives and […]

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Small gems in a huge fair week

Published on December 2, 2014 by in Miami

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Art Basel Miami Beach hasn’t officially begun yet, but some art peeked through early, maybe so as not to get lost in the shuffle. And sometimes, even in the biggest, most cramped fairs, just a few good pieces are enough to satisfy, maybe even letting you feel less hollow when you leave after only seeing […]

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Last week was the last chance to see “Delray: Beyond Isolation,” a collection of black and white photographs by Karpov the Wrecked Train, which was on display at Galerie Camille from Friday, November 21st through Saturday, November 29th, as part of the ongoing event/art series organized through WDET in partnership with local art spaces (including […]

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Having recently completed their Fall Experimental Music Festival which included a retrospective of early electronic musician Bruce Haack and a night of avant-garde compositions curated by Thomas Patteson, North Philadelphia’s <fidget> performance space shows no signs of standing still, as its rather apropos name might suggest. On December 12 and 13, <fidget> will host “There, […]

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Knight Arts grantee The Embrace Music Foundation snagged a bit of press last month in the Sun Sentinel. Reporter Fallan Patterson visited Somerset Academy Central Miramar for an in-person preview of the students’ upcoming event at the Miramar Cultural Center. Click here to read the complete story and read below for an excerpt. Cross posted […]

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By Christina deRoos, Kresge Arts in Detroit Emerging and established metropolitan Detroit Literary and Visual artists are invited to apply for a $25,000 Kresge Artist Fellowship. Fellowships are funded by The Kresge Foundation and administered by the Kresge Arts in Detroit office at the College for Creative Studies, with professional practice opportunities for the selected […]

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