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Get in the mood with landscape painting

Miami // October 14, 2014

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It’s so nice to realize that landscape painting has not died, and that some of the best of it is still, well, old school. A great case in point: the gorgeous paintings of Scott Armetta hanging in the artist-run GucciVuitton gallery. Walk around Armetta’s world, and be transported into a clearly Florida landscape just before […]

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2014 Hamtramck Neighborhood Art Festival: bigger, louder and artier than ever

Detroit // October 14, 2014

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Saturday, October 11th was a peerlessly beautiful day for the Fourth Annual Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival, with more events and open studios than ever before. The day was punctuated by a wide variety of activities beyond the massive scope of open artist studios, including a ghost-DJ and art dance floor at Kinehaus, a concert featuring […]

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Generative art and the unconscious Internet at Little Berlin

Philadelphia // October 14, 2014

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Spending a ton of time in the studio? Ever wish your artwork could just make itself? Whether or not any of this applies, Little Berlin has a surprise for you this month with its show “Heavily Scripted: Generative Art And Bots” curated by Lee Tusman. Although the artworks here are not exactly self-made, they represent […]

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A conversation with Dale Andree, artistic director, National Water Dance

Miami // October 13, 2014

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By Julie Travers Miami Dances features insight into traditional and nontraditional dance programs, performers and choreographers.  Dale Andree is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music and adjunct faculty at New World School of the Arts. She has performed and taught nationally and internationally with her company Mary Street Dance Theatre and also worked under […]

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Arts advocacy group names three 2014 USA Knight Fellows

All Communities // October 13, 2014

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Three artists have been named USA Knight Fellows for 2014 by United States Artists, the national grantmaking and advocacy group. They include Edouard Duval-Carrié, a Miami-based visual artist who recently had a solo exhibition at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Yowei Shaw, an independent radio producer in Philadelphia, and visual artist Sandow Birk of Long […]

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Displaying Public Art (or, can a public artwork be a little too ‘loved’?)

Miami // October 13, 2014

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By Elizabeth Shannon, Bass Museum of Art Unbelievable as it may seem, Art Basel in Miami Beach is just around the corner and so the Bass Museum of Art is gearing up to prepare Collins Park for the installation of another “Public” exhibition. As a result, we will be deinstalling several works that have spent […]

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Charlotte Ballet’s “Dangerous Liaisons”

Charlotte // October 13, 2014

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If the rainy weather kept you at home this weekend, then you missed Charlotte Ballet’s dramatic re-envisioning of “Dangerous Liaisons.” This is the second production of Sasha Janes’ choreography, which premiered in 2012, and brings the 1782 French novel “Les liaisons dangereuses” to contemporary ballet. This passionate tale of greed and lust was accompanied by […]

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“Paper Quilts” by NYC-based artist Mike Cloud on view at Bethel University

St. Paul // October 13, 2014

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There’s a compelling exhibition, “Paper Quilts” by Brooklyn-based artist Mike Cloud, on view now at Bethel University’s Olson Gallery. The centerpieces of the show, three doubled-sided “paper quilts,” are surrounded by a series of smaller collage works, all of which are composed of deconstructed and repurposed photographs by Annie Leibovitz. Specifically, Cloud’s quilts are made […]

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Jazz and Arts on Riverdale raises funds to present jazz to youth

Macon, Music // October 13, 2014

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In order to meet the budget, many Bibb County public schools have cut back or deleted art and music programs. This is one reason the Jazz Association of Macon’s mission to preserve jazz through participation, education and inspiration can be a driving force to keep jazz alive in our local schools. For almost a decade, […]

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An evening of Broadway songs at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center

Miami, Music, Theater // October 13, 2014

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The Carbonell Award, named after Cuban sculptor Manuel Carbonell, annually recognizes excellence in South Florida theater. On Saturday, October 25th at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC) will present an evening of Broadway songs with performances by past Carbonell winners as part of its Cabaret Series. Carbonell Award-winning director […]

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