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Macon Film Festival: Where creativity meets community

Macon // February 6, 2013

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By Beverly Blake, Knight Foundation Program Director/Macon Eight years ago, a group of creative folks here in Macon came up with the idea for a film festival to celebrate the craft of the moving image and introduce independent films that rarely appear in Macon and the Macon Film Festival was born. Beginning in 2008, Knight […]

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A one-two mayoral punch on behalf of the arts

Miami // February 6, 2013

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By Adrienne Arsht Center Staff Opera stars. Prima ballerinas. Legendary violinists. Mayors? Two of the biggest government rock stars of our time – former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and former Miami Mayor Manny Diaz – stepped into the spotlight usually reserved for gifted artists on the grand stage of the Knight Concert Hall on Tuesday, […]

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Macon Film Festival announces kick-off screening of “The Buddy Holly Story”

Macon // February 6, 2013

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It’s no secret that the film industry has invaded Georgia. Feature films and television series are regularly filmed throughout the Atlanta area. While the concentration of filming is in Georgia’s largest metropolitan area, Macon is no stranger to the filmmaker’s lens. In early 2012, Clint Eastwood, Justin Timberlake and Amy Adams were in town to […]

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Rose Ensemble brings medieval chant to life with selections from Hildegard von Bingen and the Minstrel

Music, St. Paul // February 6, 2013

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The St. Paul-based Rose Ensemble will soon open “Sibyls of the Rhine,” a series of candlelight concerts highlighting medieval chant and polyphony from Germany and France. For this show, the internationally-known ensemble will focus on the sounds of the Gregorian Vespers, with the atmospheric, 13th century “Song of Songs” by minstrel/poet Heinrich Frauenlob and a […]

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Summit Artspace branches out to theater in performances of “The Emperor Jones”

Akron, Theater // February 6, 2013

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Word has it that famous playwright Eugene O’Neill had a great first year when he got to Broadway in 1920 with his plays. One of the reasons was his second Broadway production – “The Emperor Jones.” The play tells the tale of Brutus Jones, an African American who kills a man and is imprisoned but then […]

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A chat with La sonnambula’s Rachele Gilmore

Miami // February 5, 2013

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By Alejandra “Alex” Serna, Florida Grand Opera One of the rarely performed and most beautiful examples of the bel canto genre return to Miami this coming weekend with the opening of Bellini’s La sonnambula on Saturday, February 9, at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Florida Grand Opera brings back their resoundingly successful […]

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Welcome Wynwood Ways

Miami // February 5, 2013

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By Miami Biennale Team Residents and visitors of Wynwood can now enjoy the neighborhood’s first permanent artistic crosswalk, marked by a work that seeks to transform the intersection of Northwest Second Avenue and 25th Street. The effort is part of the Miami Biennale and WADA’s ‘Wynwood Ways’, a collaboration to make the neighborhood a more pedestrian-friendly cultural […]

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Moreno and Oroza explore urban creation

Miami // February 5, 2013

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Some of what Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza are trying to get at in their collaborative works are a little hard to comprehend, but usually they are interesting and intellectually challenging contemporary explorations. This should hold true for “Drywood,” opening up at Wynwood’s Alejandra von Hartz Gallery on Thursday. Like some of their other collaborations in the past, […]

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Just “One More Day” at Napoleon

Philadelphia // February 5, 2013

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At Napoleon throughout February, two artists explore the earthly as well as the otherworldly through a variety of media for the show “One More Day.” Napoleon member Tamsen Wojtanowski and artist Christina Roth share the space in an exhibit that is at once grounded and lofty; mystical but not gratuitous. Wojtanowski directs her attention to […]

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Ivonne Batanero: Here & Now

Dance, Miami // February 5, 2013

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Ivonne Batanero

Ivonne Batanero grew up a shy girl in a cruel world where dance became here preferred mode of communication. Through dance, Batanero reveals the world of extremes by pushing the limits of human

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