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Space 1026 has fun and gets a little freaky

Philadelphia // January 14, 2014

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If you’re looking to have a little bit of fun, Space 1026 may not be the place to go, because their show is more than just a little – it is actually “Deep Fun.” Whatever that term means or doesn’t mean (Deep house? Tons of fun?), the group of artists assembled by curator and exhibiting […]

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History Theatre starts 2014 with a week of works-in-progress by Minnesota playwrights

St. Paul, Theater // January 13, 2014

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History Theatre, in partnership with Minnesota History Center, begins 2014 with its annual weeklong festival featuring works-in-progress by Minnesota playwrights. For this year’s RAW STAGES showcase, the lineup consists of staged readings of four scripts, three of them new commissions. Individual, general admission tickets to each reading are $10; festival passes to see all four […]

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‘Bearing Witness’ at the Mint Museum Randolph

Charlotte // January 13, 2014

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After almost 50 years of obscurity Sonia Handelman Meyer’s social imagery and photography with the New York Photo League has been rediscovered with the first major exhibition devoted to her work at the Mint Museum. Now through June 29 “Bearing Witness: The New York Photo League and Sonia Handelman Meyer” will be on display at the […]

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New report reveals challenges and opportunities for the arts in Akron

Akron // January 13, 2014

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Today, the GAR and Knight foundations are releasing a new study on the arts in Akron, a first of its kind look at the challenges and opportunities for our arts institutions, future audiences and our community. Among the findings: While Akron residents both value and have a high demand for the arts, the sector is fragmented and lacking the […]

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Detroit Film Theatre celebrates 40 years with a banner weekend for cinephiles

Detroit // January 13, 2014

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The Detroit Film Theatre celebrated its 40th anniversary  Jan. 10-12 with a bonanza weekend featuring an eclectic group of 10 films offered at the 1970s ticket price of $2. The celebration kicked off on Friday at 7 p.m. with Mon Oncle Antoine, a Canadian film from 1971 that was also the first film to be […]

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Getting Inside the Music

Miami // January 11, 2014

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By Hilary Saunders, New World Symphony In late December, the New World Symphony brought a MTA train to Miami Beach. Sounds of train doors opening and clanking closed, winter boots thudding along the metal grates, and buskers performing underground flew through the 167 individually customizable speakers in the Miami Beach SoundScape. So, at least it […]

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Playing with time and illusion

Miami // January 10, 2014

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You can meet the artist Carola Bravo when you walk into the ground-floor room set aside for her videos at the Zadok Gallery, anytime of day. At least one version of her, as she covers a white room with irregular black lines in a wall-length video. “Legal Graffiti” is an immersive video, making the viewer […]

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ArtPop billboards arrive

Charlotte // January 10, 2014

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They are up! They are up! ArtPop billboards that is. If you have been driving in and around Charlotte since the holiday season, you will have seen Monique Luck’s collage on I-85; Jerry Kirk’s painting on Wilkinson Boulevard near Morris Field Drive; and Flavia Lovatelli’s coiled paper on I-77 near Morehead Street, not to mention […]

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Brother-sister team offers new violin sonata

Miami, Music // January 10, 2014

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The Tekalli Duo, a brother-and-sister violin-and-piano partnership from Winter Park, Fla. have been playing music together since they were children, and while there were the inevitable sibling tensions, today they are busily building a career. “There were pencils flying at some point,” said pianist Jamila Tekalli. “But no major injuries,” said her brother, violinist Suliman […]

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Benjamin White examines the meaning of machines

Philadelphia // January 10, 2014

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Consider for a moment all of the gadgets and machines we utilize every day. We are constantly at the mercy of appliances, automobiles, phones, computers and even simpler tools such as screwdrivers and wedges. They tend to simplify certain tasks – without the right tools, certain jobs are impossible – but how often have glitches, […]

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