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Conceptual mashup at Vox

Philadelphia // December 22, 2011

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Michael van Winkle

The first of three curated, guest artist exhibitions in Knight Arts grantee Vox Populi‘s 2011-12 program, December’s exhibit through its critical take on abstraction, art-world fame and fictional narrative. Michael May presents “Ten Valiant Efforts,” which are paintings created under the premise that they were really painted by some sort of unreliable narrator. The fictional […]

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WordSpeak at Books & Books

Miami, Poetry // December 22, 2011

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On Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2011 at 8 p.m., Books & Books (Coral Gables) hosts WordSpeak — Tigertail’s teen spirited, high-octane spoken word project, book launch and performance reading that is both fun and

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January concert to celebrate art of Jewish music

Miami, Music // December 22, 2011

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It’s hard to get 700 people into a room for most things, if it’s not a sporting event or a major rock concert. So when that many people showed up in 2009 for a cantorial concert celebrating Alan Mason’s 18 years of service at Temple Israel of Greater Miami, he and his fellow musicians knew […]

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“A Piece of Me”

Miami // December 21, 2011

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By Grela Orihuela & Bill Bilowit, Founders, Wet Heat Project During Miami’s art fair week of Art Basel Miami Beach 2011– as a companion event to our annual “HOTBED MIami” exhibition of large-scale installations by graduating MFA seniors– we launched “A Piece of Me” to feature a unique cross-generation aesthetic dialogue between New World School of […]

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Revived with Scott Hocking

Uncategorized // December 21, 2011

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Five months ago, when I first learned I would be creating content for the Knight Arts blog, I made a mental list of the people and things I would like to write about. Sitting right at the top of that list is one of my idols and 2011 Kresge Fellow Scott Hocking. Since then, I […]

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A trio of ways to celebrate the season with music

Music, St. Paul, Theater // December 21, 2011

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One of the best things about the holiday season is the abundance of good music — cheesy pop Christmas albums aside, this time of year there’s nothing like a terrific show to bring a glow of good cheer to your cheeks. Below, I offer you three very different but equally tuneful options, to warm your […]

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A New York view in Miami

2010 Miami Winners, KAC Miami, Miami // December 20, 2011

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Sometimes a painting is just beautiful. It can have deeper meaning or a complex make up, but some works just hang there and say, look at me, I am so good-looking. That’s the case with the nature-inspired pieces of Greg Lindquist in the group show of New York artists, “you are here forever….” curated by […]

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Jay Hardman’s cake constructions at Space 1026

Philadelphia // December 20, 2011

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Phila Cake

Opening at Space 1026 on Jan. 6 will be the show “Unsustainable” by Jay Hardman. In the exhibit, Hardman’s work explores contemporary building practices and their effect on communities through construction of small-scale installations. By far the most inviting aspect of the work is its building material. What does Harman use to create his scenes of […]

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Adalberto Delgado: Again, After All These Years

Miami // December 20, 2011

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By Janet Batet, Miami Arts Journalist Under the Bridge is the name of the new art space recently added to the Miami art circuit network. Located in North Miami –just below the Red Bridge Studios– and under the direction of Lou Anne Colodny, founding director of MOCA North Miami and for fifteen years director of it’s […]

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Kevin Kling’s “Of Mirth and Mischief,” on stage and the airwaves

Music, St. Paul, Theater, Uncategorized // December 19, 2011

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Recently, playwright and raconteur Kevin Kling was named “artist in residence” for Minnesota Public Radio. It’s a three-year position, for which he’ll develop original live programming, write some commentary for broadcast and host storytelling workshops around the state. His first commission for MPR is “Of Mirth and Mischief,” a staged musical-theater production, which premiered at […]

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