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The grand opening of “Connecting the World: The Panama Canal at 100″ at the Mint Museum

Charlotte // November 18, 2014

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By Leigh Dyer, Mint Museum UPDATE: The Charlotte Observer reviewed the exhibit on Dec 13. Click here to read the piece. What a difference a month can make! Looking back to our first Knight Arts blog entry at the one-month point before our grand opening of the exhibition Connecting the World: The Panama Canal at […]

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Mike Pavol is both adept and inquisitive in his vision of painting

Philadelphia // November 18, 2014

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At Da Vinci Art Alliance, the dedication and curiosity inherent in Mike Pavol‘s figurative oil paintings is unmistakable. His collection of recent works for “Portaits and Such” is heavily based on the human body, but Pavol also takes liberties with his art that twist traditional portraits beyond mere representation. Delicately perceptive and at times experimental, […]

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Madama Butterfly: “I gave tears to the earth”

Miami, Theater // November 17, 2014

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Madama Butterfly. Brittany Mazzurco

Despite the incessant coughing and overtly assertive scent of floral perfume filling up the Arsht Center, soprano Kelly Kaduce (Cio-Cio-San/”Butterfly”) and mezzo-soprano Caitlin McKechney (Suzuki) delivered an extraordinary performance in “Madama Butterfly” on the opening night of Florida Grand Opera‘s 74th season. On the surface, Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa’s libretto is a cliché written […]

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Watch and listen to the kinetically powered “Tri-Cycles” at the Schubert Club Museum

Music, St. Paul // November 17, 2014

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Here in St. Paul, new music has never been so accessible. Uninitiated listeners looking for inviting points of entry and seasoned fans alike need not look far to find a variety of offerings, thanks to the efforts of folks like Kate Nordstrum (curator of Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s fabulous Liquid Music series), and artist-led organizations […]

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Second Street reopens with a block party

Dance, Macon, Music // November 17, 2014

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  One phase of the Second Street Corridor project has come to an end. For approximately three months, several businesses have experienced a change with their normal routines. Although they are mindful that the results of such improvement will enhance our city, some of the businesses had to go out on a limb to keep […]

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Miami Book Fair International opens Sunday, Nov 16

Miami // November 17, 2014

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By Mitchell Kaplan, co-founder and chair of the Miami Book Fair International Miami Book Fair opens Nov. 16, and for the 31st year in a row, the streets of downtown Miami will fill with books and the people who love them. With more than 600 authors in town, our city, for the next eight days […]

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New apps engaging arts audiences in Philadelphia

Philadelphia // November 17, 2014

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By Monica Peters Two Philadelphia cultural institutions are using mobile technology to engage visitors and provide a deeper understanding of the arts. The Barnes Foundation and Philadelphia Orchestra recently released apps that enrich the audience experience. “The Philadelphia Orchestra is one of only a few in the world to create an in-concert mobile app that […]

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Akron Art Museum hosts first ever exhibition of artist Butch Anthony

Akron // November 14, 2014

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The Akron Art Museum, a Knight Arts grantee, has a one of a kind exhibit going on with a one of a kind artist. The exhibition, “Butch Anthony: Vita Post Mortum,” which is on display through January 25, will feed your art-loving imagination. It’s a fascinating exhibition, and one not to be missed. The display […]

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“Inifinite Mile” announces Y1 print edition and November issue release party

Detroit // November 14, 2014

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This Saturday, November 15, from 6-8 p.m. at the Cass Café will be the release party for the latest issue of “Infinite Mile.” Issue #11 features contributions by Katherine Craig, Colin Darke, Clara DeGalan, Christina deRoos, Alex B. Hill, and Matthew Piper. ∞ mile (“Infinite Mile”) is a monthly online art journal based in Detroit. […]

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At the Bridges: some terrific offerings

Miami // November 14, 2014

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Duane Hanson might be the most famous artist to have lived and worked in South Florida, and who may be more familiar elsewhere. His eerily life-like figures and busts have been shown in museums across the world, and reside in collections such as the Saatchi Gallery, the Whitney, the Smithsonian and numerous others. But Hanson, […]

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