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Miami New Music Festival “marches on”

Miami, Music // February 10, 2012

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For almost 20 years now, Miami has been home to an annual festival of new classical composition and performance. What began in 1993 as the May in Miami Music Festival became the Miami New Music Festival not long after that, and last month it got under way with an organ recital by New York-based Will […]

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Detroit Soup to celebrate its two-year anniversary on Sunday

Detroit // February 10, 2012

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This coming Sunday at 6:30 p.m., Detroit Soup will celebrate its two-year anniversary with a dinner at 2900 E. Grand Blvd., featuring a performance by The Detroit Flyhouse Circus School. There is quite a lot to celebrate. Begun by a handful of participants, the micro-granting dinner has undergone steady expansion, having now outgrown its previous […]

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Center for Emerging Visual Artists Fellows at Moore College of Art & Design

Philadelphia // February 9, 2012

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Rebecca Gilbert

The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA) is currently showing “Introduction 2012” in the Widener Foundation Memorial Gallery at Moore College of Art & Design. The exhibit highlights works by the six new Career Development Program Fellows at Center for Emerging Visual Artists: Leslie Friedman, Daniel Gerwin, Rebecca Gilbert, Kay Healy, Heechan Kim and Johanna Inman. […]

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The Arts Factory is not about black, white or other. It’s about change.

Charlotte, Theater, Uncategorized // February 9, 2012

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It’s not about black. And, it’s not about white or other. Johnson C. Smith University is about urban diversity, coming together for a better future of growth and success for its students and the surrounding communities. At the forefront of this change is its new arts curriculum and the “Arts Factory.” Johnson C. Smith University […]

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When the sun goes down

Miami, Music, Theater // February 9, 2012

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Let’s face it. Miami is s expensive, especially if you want to hear live music during a night on the town. However, thanks to Miami Made Festival 2012: When the Sun Goes Down, March 1 through 4, 2012, you have the chance to listen to hip local bands do their thing Miami-style — for free. […]

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Springboard for the Arts helps Minnesota artists get medical care

St. Paul, Uncategorized // February 8, 2012

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In the wake of a 2007 economic impact study of individual artists, which revealed that Minnesota artists are twice as likely as the general population to be uninsured, Springboard for the Arts (a Knight Arts grantee), under the direction of Laura Zabel, decided to do something about it. The organization decided to approach the issue […]

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MOCAD’s Joshua White and Gary Panter’s Light Show

Detroit // February 7, 2012

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By  Kelli Kavanaugh, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit MOCAD’s winter exhibition is going to be outta-sight! Joshua White and Gary Panter’s Light Show is a new exhibition organized especially for the Museum by two great pioneers of multimedia art, and it opens this Friday, February 10. White and Panter have been working together since the […]

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Our diversity, in small artistic pieces

All Communities, Miami // February 7, 2012

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A couple of museums have shows that tell a little off-the-beaten path tale about the histories of the people who make up Miami today. Rather than huge exhibits trying to cover broad topics, the Jewish Museum of Florida and the University of Miami have bitten off a few interesting pieces that nonetheless let us in […]

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Last chance to participate in Community Supported Art Miami!

Miami, St. Paul // February 7, 2012

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By Laura Zabel, Springboard for the Arts One of the most enjoyable aspects of working with the Community Supported Art program in the past year has been seeing the various ways it’s been adapted for different cities. Since our replication program launched a year ago, we have worked with over thirty organizations to help them […]

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Ft. Lauderdale soprano shines on the Florida Grand Opera Stage

Miami // February 7, 2012

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By Alejandra Serna, Florida Grand Opera Verdi’s Rigoletto, one of the world’s most beloved operas, centers on a lurid plot of lust and revenge. Yet, even the darkest story has a soft glimmer of light. In this smash-hit production by Florida Grand Opera, light comes to the stage in the form of Rigoletto’s innocent daughter, Gilda, […]

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