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Looking through other people’s things at St. Paul’s College of Visual Arts

St. Paul // September 19, 2011

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The College of Visual Arts has a small gallery space, but really makes the most of it. Situated in the middle of the vibrant Selby/Dale area of St. Paul’s Cathedral Hill neighborhood, in addition to its main exhibition galleries inside the building, the college capitalizes on its corner location and brisk foot traffic by offering […]

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Tigertail season kickoff party at Wynwood Walls

Miami, Music, Poetry, Theater // September 19, 2011

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Mary Luft, Tigertail’s executive director, who will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2011 Miami Beach Arts Gala, is super busy. She is so busy ,we only had time to exchange a few words via e-mail about Tigertail’s upcoming

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Bursting out in contemporary baroque

Miami // September 16, 2011

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A lush, beautiful, ornate, strange world awaits at Praxis International Art. Imagine towering portraits — Or are they really landscapes? — with layers of photographs as the base; they are then decorated, as there is no better word for it, with found jewelry, porcelain birds, buttons, textiles, lace and coated in resin. You will start […]

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“Wallcasts” provide at-home sonics in the outdoors

Miami, Music // September 16, 2011

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When the New World Symphony was building its new home on 17th Street in Miami Beach, officials at the orchestral academy had high hopes for the park outside, where they hoped to get plenty of foot traffic for the “wallcasts” on the center’s 7,000-square-foot white wall. Tonight the group opens its concert season with a […]

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Exploring a new partnership: SPCO & GTCYS

St. Paul // September 16, 2011

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By  The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Earlier this week, we at the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, together with our colleagues at Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies, were pleased to announce a $100,000 grant from the Knight Foundation to support our new strategic alliance. We are extremely grateful to Knight Foundation for providing this start-up capital […]

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The “in” crowd

Detroit // September 16, 2011

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I’ve always been friends with people who are in bands. Eventually, these people return from touring, full of inside jokes I do not understand. While listening to their “hilarious” stories, sometimes I try to laugh along just because, but usually I have no idea and can only imagine whatever they are talking about. The works […]

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University of North Carolina stakes claim on Center City

Charlotte, Music, Poetry, Uncategorized // September 15, 2011

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University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) recently opened its new Center City campus, and to celebrate, Saturday, Sept. 17 is “Community Day.” From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17, this newest University of North Carolina at Charlotte member will open its doors to welcome the neighboring community and University partners into the […]

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Pig Iron’s drunken Shakespearean romp in “Twelfth Night”

KAC Philadelphia, Music, Philadelphia, Theater // September 15, 2011

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Knight Arts grantee Pig Iron Theatre Company has been providing Philadelphia with quality, original theatrical performances since 1995. As part of this season’s Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe, another Knight Arts grantee, Pig Iron has tackled its first full-on interpretation of a “classic” script with its production of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” or “What You […]

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Get ready for the “Florida Flash” 
reading and book launch

Miami, Poetry // September 15, 2011

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The team at Tigertail have a literary gift for you. The ninth edition of “Tigertail, A South Florida Annual: Florida Flash,” edited by author and distinguished FIU creative writing professor Lynne Barrett, is set to be released

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Artist Unknown/The Free World: A first look

Miami // September 14, 2011

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The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood is delighted to announce it is the recipient of the $50,000 FAB! Knight New Work Award supported by Funding Arts Broward and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for the exhibit Artist Unknown/The Free World, organized by artists John D. Monteith and Oliver Wasow. This is […]

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