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Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez

Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez is a multi-talented artist and a significant voice for women and Miami’s cultural continuity. Her work as an experimental filmmaker pushes the boundaries of cinema to create politically minded work that attempts to change perceptions within segments of the population and the community at large. This Friday, May 23rd at 7 […]

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From the “Grand Entry-Book Columns” on The Green to the mirrored “Firebird” outside of the Bechtler Museum, the “Flying Shuttles” at the Trade Street Plaza to “Zygos” at the Trademark Building, Charlotte is a city full of public art. Since 2003, the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners and the Charlotte City Council have made it […]

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By Mary M. Chapman Growing up in a hardscrabble swath of Detroit’s west side, Haleem Rasul had a start in life that wasn’t all that auspicious. Dance was his escape. Rasul’s cousin got him into Breaking and Popping, dance forms popularized on the East and West coasts. But Rasul fell for the Jit, so much so that he got […]

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Tom Ridge, the former Pennsylvania Governor turned first United States Secretary of Homeland Security, is brought back into public consciousness at Vox Populi with Gary Sczerbaniewicz’s interactive installation, which bears his name. Although the Knight Arts grantee has a plethora of other great pieces on view this May, it is the sheer scale and detail […]

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By Emily Sullivan, Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia Throughout March and April the Arts + Business Council of Greater Philadelphia held its first ever leadership program targeted towards the arts and cultural nonprofit and creative for-profit sectors. This program, called Designing Leadership, was a five-session-long series that helped professionals develop and strengthen their […]

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By Etain Connor and Laura Bruney, Arts & Business Council of Miami With a façade that harkens back to the golden age of Ocean Drive yet refined for a contemporary palate, The Betsy South Beach is known for hosting a variety of events that are diverse, innovative and always interesting. Ask around town and the hotel […]

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Here’s a piece from Knight National Advisory Council member Laura Zabel that reminds all of us who are artists why we do what we do. The yin and yang of angst and energy that comes out of artistic endeavor. The piece was originally posted on HowlRound Eight years. It’s been eight years since I was […]

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The push is on to attract and retain top artistic talent in South Florida. The Adrienne Arsht Center has launched  MiamiArtsJobs.com, a free online jobs resource for the creative industries. The site is a free portal for full time, part time, freelance and internship jobs. The site focuses on creative services, arts and cultural industries […]

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The school year is winding down, and my inbox is already packed with press releases for the many arts festivals and community cultural programs with which we fill our warmer months around here. Most families have their summer child care and day camp arrangements cobbled together by now—although, if you’re still looking, I compiled a round-up […]

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Imagine a bunch of deejays, engineers, producers and lyricists from alternative, Hip Hop, rap, pop and house backgrounds coming together to display their love of music in one spot. Well, The Drum Gunz’s “Project ECHO” is just that type of concert. They have made Macon the first stop on this tour. The booked artists are […]

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