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“Resonancias” by Jose Luis Rodriguez opens at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center

Dance, Miami, Music, Theater // July 14, 2014

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FUNDarte and South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC) present flamenco guitarist and composer Jose Luis Rodriguez’s “Resonancias” as part of the SMDCAC’s Cabaret Series on Saturday, July 19th at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 20th at 3:30 p.m. “Resonancias” is an interdisciplinary and collaborative performance that frames Rodriguez’s guitar with images and staging by Alexey […]

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Artist Profile: Kevin Joy’s endless inspiration

Detroit // July 11, 2014

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Kevin Joy meets me in front of his massive mural-in-progress on the side of Red Door Digital Design Studio. The piece stretches more than 120 feet along the side of the building, at the gateway of the North End neighborhood, and is a veritable who’s-who showcasing Joy’s arsenal of recurring characters and visual motifs. For […]

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‘It’s movie season’ – and now Akron has a home for indie film

Akron // July 11, 2014

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Photo: A DJ provides tunes for the opening night of Akron Film+Pixel at Nightlight Cinema. Photos by Rob Vaughn. By Roger Durbin For years, Akron Film+Pixel showed cutting-edge films in pop-up events around the city – 20 a year on average – filling a void in the one of the largest communities in the country […]

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The Locust Art Builders (LAB)

Miami // July 11, 2014

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The Locust Art Builders (LAB) is an innovative and intensive three-week arts program for High School students. The goal of the program is to foster the development of their creative capacities, as well as develop their critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration and communication skills. LAB was developed by contemporary art space The Locust Projects. Visual artists […]

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“Virginia Woolf’s ORLANDO as adapted by Sarah Ruhl” coming to Balch Street Theatre

Akron, Theater // July 11, 2014

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The New World Performance Laboratory seems to regularly bring some interesting – wait, make that zany, unusual, unpredictable, or simply out-there – theatrical experiences to their Balch Street Theatre. This time the group is presenting the offbeat “Virginia Woolf’s ORLANDO as adapted by Sarah Ruhl,” a work described by promotions and critical voices as a […]

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Pulling at the art strings

Miami // July 11, 2014

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Goran Tomcic marks his return to Miami with an installation at Dimensions Variable (a Knight Arts grantee) that shouts out intensity of process and attention to detail that results in a spectacular display. Tomcic has fastidiously cut out little golden-colored hearts, leaves, flowers, shells from Mylar and attached them to thousands of strings of fishing […]

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July classes at the Light Factory

Charlotte // July 10, 2014

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Looking to improve your photography skills this summer? Look no further than The Light Factory’s summer program, which includes classes for youth and adult workshops. With classes ranging from Creative Selfies to Gimmicks & Gizmos for Lighting there is sure to be something for all skill levels and interests. You can also save 20 percent […]

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Scientific and historical considerations at Bartram’s and beyond

Philadelphia // July 10, 2014

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When a powerful storm ravaged Bartram’s Garden in 2010, the oldest surviving botanical garden in North America sustained a fair amount of damage from the high winds, including a number of downed trees of varying types and ages. Harnessing this destructive event for constructive ends, the Garden joined with The Center for Art in Wood […]

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Celebrating The Clay Studio’s 40th anniversary

Philadelphia // July 9, 2014

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By Alisha Ebling, The Clay Studio As a part of The Clay Studio’s 40th Anniversary events, Iraqi war veterans and artists Ehren Tool and Jesse Albrecht transformed 1,000 pounds of clay into hundreds of military and war-themed cups while onlookers watched and interacted with the artists, provoking discussion on the cultural impact of art. In […]

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July’s Second Sunday free concert series in Washington Park stars The Grapevine

Dance, Macon, Music, Uncategorized // July 9, 2014

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It’s the middle of the summer, and outdoor concerts are the hip happenings. The Second Sunday concert series at Washington Park was born in 2009. It was kicked off as an informal gathering by a group of fun folks. Gradually, the College Hill Corridor, a Knight Arts grantee, began to spread its arms around a […]

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