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By Tara Keating, BalletX “Ms. Tara?”, one of the 4th grade dancers whispers into my ear. “I’ve been practicing my steps every night at home before I go to bed. Can I show you?” She proceeds to demonstrate the entire “Superstition” dance to Stevie Wonder that we’ve been working on all by herself, and she […]

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By Serlin Quah, ZERO1 ZERO1 is thrilled to announce the unveiling of BRING IT! 2014. This summer, through the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, we’re handing over the ZERO1 Garage to innovative performance artists who are pushing the boundaries of digital culture. We are combing our way through the proposals received […]

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This month we have a very special Big Night in Little Haiti. May is Haitian Heritage Month and we are very proud to feature rasin (roots) legends Boukman Eksperyans . They are one of the most successful and well traveled Haitian bands to date. The band arrived in Miami after a  14 hour drive from […]

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LandMindz has partnered with Shadow’s Dinner Theatre to bridge a void between all disciplines of the arts with the general public. A lot of times, local artists face slim chances of being booked on a stage with a built-in audience to witness their ability to perform. Shelton Land, the founder of LandMindz, has worked hard […]

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Mark your calendars: Motionpoems (“the world’s only poetry film company” and a Knight Arts grantee) will premiere its fifth season of newly commissioned short film adaptations of contemporary poetry on May 22 at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. (Full disclosure: I’ve been a fan of this outfit for years now and recently agreed to […]

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Civic leaders are getting behind the Fund for African American Art at the new Perez Art Museum Miami, joining an ambassadors group and raising more than $30,000 so far to enhance the museum’s permanent collection. The group also hopes to ultimately sponsor programming and an internship program. PAMM Board Members Barron Channer and Marilyn Holifield […]

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Streetline Percussion from Knight Foundation on Vimeo. I’m in Macon with the Knight Arts team, where we just joined with Program Director Beverly Blake to announce $363,000 in support to 11 local arts organizations. The list of awards below celebrates the legacy of rich artistic and cultural traditions that are quintessential to Macon’s identity. The […]

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Some fine art at Miami Light

Published on May 16, 2014 by in KAC Miami, Miami

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It would be a real shame to miss this year’s Knight Emerging Artist series Here & Now at Miami Light, now in its 15th year. This unique event highlights local artists working in a variety of media, with commissioned pieces that are in their essence still in their formative phases – that’s the point. And […]

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When Moliere’s “School for Wives” was first performed, it was before the brother of the French king. Some 352 years later, the play still holds up, and we get to see a rousing, quirky, seriously funny production of it at Coach House Theatre. Things could have gone awry when actor Terry Burgler became ill and […]

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I first got to know artist, engineer and curator Steve Panton through attending art occasions at his gallery space, 2739 Edwin, which offered consistently original and challenging work and workshops. The more I’ve learned about the goings and doings of this man involved in the heart of the Hamtramck cultural landscape, including co-organizing things like […]

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