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Assemble: IDEA launches at DSO

Detroit // February 18, 2014

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On Monday, February 10th, the DSO’s Max M. Fisher Music Center was the location for the kickoff of the Assemble: IDEA Speaker Series, with a presentation by keynote speaker Vishaan Chakrabarti, followed by a panel discussion. Chakrabarti is a highly renowned urbanist, Principal at SHoP Architects and author of “A Country of Cities.” His presentation […]

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Diaspora Women’s Dance Festival

Dance, Miami // February 17, 2014

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Kaeshi Chai

The Hanan Arts Cooperative and the Mideastern Dance Exchange present the Diaspora Women’s Dance Festival, a weekend of meditation and exploration of dance workshops that culminate in a performance on Saturday, March 8th at 8 p.m. The culminating performance highlights cross-cultural and interdisciplinary artists Michelle Grant Murray, belly-dancers Valerick Molinary, Alicia of Bellycraft and Francesca […]

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“Innovative Works”: an inspiring miscellany

Charlotte // February 17, 2014

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Collaboration was the main theme running through the 2014 performances of North Carolina Dance Theatre’s “Innovative Works,” but diversity in collaboration took the choreography on divergent paths, creating a wonderfully inspiring miscellany. This year’s “Innovative Works” featured four pieces: “Contrast” by Mark Diamond with guitarist Troy Conn, “Chaconne” by Sasha Janes, “Transformation” by Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux […]

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The Macon Film Festival brings Matthew Modine to host a screening of “Birdy”

Macon, Music, Theater // February 17, 2014

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  For nine years, the Macon Film Festival (a Knight Arts grantee) has been making moves by choosing independent films for all of Middle Georgia to view and by accepting work from independent filmmakers from all over the world. Each year in February, they host one of the largest film festivals in Macon, and the […]

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You can have Sochi. I’ll take “Tonya and Nancy: The Opera”

Music, St. Paul, Theater, Uncategorized // February 17, 2014

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I have a confession. I’ve been following the peripheral shenanigans coming out of Sochi – the security concerns and journalists’ hotel horror stories, funny Putin-in-triumph photos – with far more relish than I have the actual games. But when news of a one-night-only performance of “Tonya and Nancy: The Opera” hit my inbox a couple of weeks […]

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More art-fair fun in Wynwood

Miami // February 14, 2014

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Think Miamians (and visitors) are sick of art fairs? Think again. This President’s Day Weekend, the second Art Wynwood opened up to huge crowds in a tent in Midtown. It was joined by a new fair, MA+D Miami Art and Design, in the waterfront Bayfront Park Pavilion, which also opened up on Thursday evening. At […]

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Tosca’s Kiss: The beauty of live theater

Miami // February 14, 2014

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By Max Kellogg, Florida Grand Opera One of the beauties of live theater is its unpredictability, and when you are dealing with one of the most-performed operas in the world, unexpected things are bound to happen.  Some things are minor incidents that are easily covered up, sometimes without anyone in the audience noticing.  Others tend […]

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Local talent at Blumenthal’s Open Mic night

Charlotte // February 14, 2014

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A new initiative by Blumenthal Performing Arts called Whirl is bringing local artists to Blumenthal’s stages as it encourages greater public participation in the performing arts. Parts of this initiative are bi-monthly Open Mic nights, giving Charlotte’s local talent a chance to take the stage. Open Mic nights are free and open to performers and […]

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“ART AS ANTI-ART IS ART” gets things straight at Public Pool

Detroit // February 14, 2014

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The latest at Public Pool is a group show, “ART AS ANTI-ART IS ART” that tackles one of the fundamental questions of contemporary art practice: “What makes that art?” The pieces on display at Public Pool seem largely to employ commonplace materials in the making of objects that, in the words of the exhibit’s curator […]

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Dance Theatre of Harlem played before large crowd at Akron Civic Theatre

Akron, Dance // February 14, 2014

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The Dance Theatre of Harlem has relaunched itself, and a stellar orbit is in the making. Begun 44 years ago through the efforts of Arthur Mitchell, principal dancer for New York City Ballet, and Karel Shook, with the idea of invigorating the Harlem neighborhood with the best of classical dance, the new organization is reaching […]

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