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Natasha Tsakos is virtual magic

Miami, Theater // February 6, 2012

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Natasha Tsakos exemplifies everything that Miami Light Project’s Here & Now 2012 (Knight Arts grantee) represents — the best of Miami’s emerging performance artists. “Omen,” produced, created and directed by Tsakos, took the audience

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Bursting bubbles

Philadelphia // February 3, 2012

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By: Craig Peterson, Director, Live Arts Brewery and Philly Fringe Festival The Live Arts Brewery program is rounding the halfway mark of its third year and we show no signs of slowing down.  When Live Arts began the LAB program in 2009 we had no idea how many lessons were in store for us.  In […]

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The second best seat in the house

Detroit // February 3, 2012

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By Eric Woodhams, Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hands-down, the best part of working at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra is hearing our amazing musicians perform in Orchestra Hall. The intimate connection between the stage and audience, the beauty and history of the building, and its acoustical warmth make every concert a joy to be a part of. As […]

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A rose is a rose sculpture in the park

2009 Miami Winners, KAC Miami, Miami // February 3, 2012

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We have hit the peak cultural season in South Florida. There is so much going on, most people will only be able to catch a fraction, from theater, dance, music and visual arts. Another round of Second Saturdays art openings is around the corner, as is the inaugural Art Wynwood, taking place at the Art […]

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Imagination made useful: In conversation with Andrew Krieger

Detroit // February 3, 2012

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Detroit native Andrew Krieger was, until recently, a fulltime carpenter, but he returned to making art after a two-decade absence following a revelation of sorts — that his avoidance of art making was actually the symptom of something deeper, an evasion from some fearful element he’d been unwilling to confront. That sounds rather serious considering […]

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“Becoming Something Else” at Rebekah Templeton

Philadelphia // February 2, 2012

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Micah Danges

Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art is currently showing the exhibition “Becoming Something Else.” The work in the show comes from four different artists — Anita Allyn, Micah Danges, Todd Keyser, and Leigh Van Duzer — and all of it is in some way a reworking of photography as a medium. Allyn’s piece in the show consists […]

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Salsa Invitational brings the best to Charlotte

Charlotte, Uncategorized // February 2, 2012

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It doesn’t matter whether you are a seasoned dancer or new to salsa, there is something for everyone at the “4th Annual Charlotte Salsa Invitational.” The party starts the evening of Friday, Feb. 3 leading into two full days of salsa workshops and professional performances on Saturday, Feb. 4 and Sunday, Feb. 5. Salsa On1, […]

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Miami is Here & Now

Miami, Music, Theater // February 2, 2012

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Miami Light Project’s (MLP) Here and Now 2012 program opens tonight at The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse with commissioned works by a diverse group of South Florida-based performing and multimedia artists. The unifying theme of Here and Now 2012, which includes the use of 3-D mapping technology, a glimpse into terror

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Random Acts of Culture™ hits Engaging Matters

All Communities, Random Acts of Culture // February 1, 2012

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Random Acts of Culture™ gains a bit more national attention this month as Doug Borwick, president of the Board of the Association of Arts Administration Educators, writes about the program in Engaging Matters, a blog that explores community engagement and the arts community. Borwick calls the Random Acts of Culture™ one of the best funded and […]

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St. Paul gets drawn in to posters and illustrations

St. Paul, Uncategorized // February 1, 2012

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Two print shows that deserve your attention are going up in St. Paul this week . First, the College of Visual Arts Gallery will open its biennial illustration exhibition tomorrow, “Illo Minn: Volume Three,” for which it will showcase the work of 25 notable Minnesota illustrators. Each artist will exhibit a print illustration and the original art from […]

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