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“Gidion’s Knot” at None Too Fragile Theater boasts stellar acting

Akron, Theater // April 9, 2014

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Johnna Adams’ “Gidion’s Knot” in an immensely emotional play constructed for two women. The power of the drama gets its due and then some from actresses Jen Klika and Alanna Romansky at None Too Fragile Theater’s production of this play. Go see it. You’ll be glad you did. It’s hard to write about it, because to […]

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Choral music (and a quartet) for a sacred time

Miami, Music // April 9, 2014

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The Western world grows more secular every day, but the rhythms of our concert season are still linked to large religious observances, with things generally wrapping up in early spring with the arrival of Passover and Easter. Two choral concerts this week are firmly in sacred Christian territory, and the Master Chorale of South Florida […]

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Making movies the Miami way

Miami // April 9, 2014

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By Juan Carlos Pérez-Duthie The work of up-and-coming Miami filmmaker Monica Peña is generating some serious heat. And that’s due to her cinematic debut, “Ectotherms,” a 65-minute feature film that takes this scientific term, which refers to cold-blooded organisms dependent on outside sources for warmth, and gives it a Miami spin. The “ectotherms” in Peña’s […]

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Four resources for applying to the St. Paul Knight Arts Challenge

KAC St. Paul, St. Paul // April 9, 2014

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Earlier this week, we opened the Knight Arts Challenge in St. Paul, where we’re looking to fund innovative ideas for the arts. Since this is the challenge’s first year in St. Paul, we thought we’d compile a list of resources and strategies on how to best approach your application ahead of the May 5 deadline. […]

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O, Miami takes on art

Miami // April 8, 2014

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There are so many cool things about the O, Miami poetry festival (a Knight Arts grantee), not the least of which that it crosses many genres and lasts a whole month (April). Now in its third incarnation, O, Miami continues to spread its wings, and to be as inclusive as possible. So it’s no surprise […]

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Buckminster Fuller flourishes at FringeArts and beyond

KAC Philadelphia, Philadelphia // April 8, 2014

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Inside the repurposed, post-industrial behemoth of the FringeArts headquarters this past Friday, April 4, one would perhaps not easily make the connections to the legendary Buckminster Fuller and his elegant, geodesic domes. Director Sam Green, however, has more than enough associations and anecdotes to offer with his screening of “The Love Song of R. Buckminster […]

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2014 Detroit Food Policy Council Summit, “Race to Good Food,” carries the message of food justice

Detroit // April 8, 2014

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On Thursday, April 3rd and Friday, April 4th there was a “Race to Good Food,” otherwise known as the 2014 Detroit Food Policy Council (DFPC) Summit–an annual opportunity for proponents of urban agriculture, food justice and issues of public health and nutritional access in Detroit to convene and share ideas, challenges and hopes for Detroit’s […]

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American Composers Forum (ACF) launches NextNotes High School Composition Awards

St. Paul // April 7, 2014

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By The American Composers Forum The American Composers Forum (ACF) announces the launch of a new, national program designed to nurture the next generation of creative voices in music composition. The NextNotesTM High School Composition Awards will encourage and recognize the creativity of high school composers and award outstanding talent with mentorship, scholarship funds and […]

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Penumbra Theatre’s Lou Bellamy brings “The Mountaintop” to the Guthrie stage

St. Paul, Theater // April 7, 2014

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“The Mountaintop” attempts to examine the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with fresh eyes: a man wrestling with his already larger-than-life historical footprint, seen through the lens of the last night of his life – April 3, 1968 – and a chance encounter that quickly turns surreal. The play by Katori Hall […]

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J. Shawn Durham stars in “Four Broke Guys” at the Douglass Theatre

Macon, Poetry, Theater // April 7, 2014

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  For almost eight years, Macon’s community has witnessed J.Shawn Durham perform a spoken word piece called “Lola.” He was very passionate when expressing the content of this particular work. When he would recite the piece, his thoughts were picturesque. You could definitely visualize all the scenarios he portrayed during his projection of this poem. […]

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