Recent Articles

Head over to Bedlam for a sampling of new dance by a West Coast-meets-Midwest assortment of emerging choreographers

Dance, St. Paul // November 10, 2014

0

If you follow contemporary dance, you need to be at Bedlam Lowertown this Saturday night. The collaborative duo Fire Drill (Billy Mullaney and Emily Gastineau) are presenting “an evening of pop-up experimental choreography,” bringing together dance-makers from Portland, Ore., Oakland, Calif. and the Twin Cities. “Absolute Bliss” will feature performances by emerging West Coast and […]

Continue →

Vintage Charlotte Winter Market

Charlotte // November 10, 2014

0

Vintage Charlotte is back with their Winter Market just in time for that pesky holiday shopping. Featuring locally handmade goods and unique vintage finds, this is the perfect event to fulfill that shopping list while supporting local artists, craftspeople and retailers. The Winter Market will be held on Saturday, November 15th from 11 a.m. until […]

Continue →

PBS to livestream, cover Miami Book Fair International

Miami // November 10, 2014

0

By Lissette Mendez, director of programs for the Miami Book Fair International Each year, Miami Dade College throws a party for book lovers in Downtown Miami. About 200,000 people join us to hear from some of the world’s greatest authors, in one of the biggest book fairs in the country, under our warm November sun. […]

Continue →

“La Reunión” is…um…awesome

Miami // November 10, 2014

0

FUNDarte

Suddenly, I’m jerked back to life and I’m out of my funk. It’s like witnessing the first night launch of the space shuttle as a child. As it ascends like a reverse meteor headed for the blackened sky, everyone around you is crying and you don’t know why, but your bones tell you it’s right. […]

Continue →

Georgia Gives Day 2014 event benefits statewide nonprofits

Dance, Macon, Music, Poetry, Theater // November 10, 2014

0

There’s a popular trend of giving that has swept across the country in many communities. A lot of us have a vested interest in our favorite nonprofit organizations. However, when competitive incentives are involved, it encourages us to engage in these causes even more. This year marks the third year that the Georgia Center for […]

Continue →

Hattie Mae Williams: Dancing to Miami’s History

Miami // November 9, 2014

0

By Fernando González, Miami-based arts and culture writer For dancer and choreographer Hattie Mae Williams, the question is not whether all the world’s a stage but why shouldn’t it be? She has taken her self-described guerrilla approach to dance performances to supermarkets and churches, subway platforms and cemeteries. “Culture Concrete,” her site-specific dance film project […]

Continue →

Inside Locust Projects’ Daniel Arsham installation & Basel Kickstarter campaign

Miami // November 9, 2014

0

By Angelica Arbelaez, Locust Projects Locust Projects will produce a major new installation by New York-based artist Daniel Arsham in his hometown, Miami.  For the installation, entitled Welcome to the Future, Arsham transforms the gallery into an excavation site, digging a trench in the gallery’s floor that holds thousands of calcified artifacts—a muted cacophony of […]

Continue →

Weighty new shows hold up the Frost

Miami // November 7, 2014

0

The Frost Art Museum is opening up its two main Art Basel-time shows tomorrow – they couldn’t be more different, but both have real heft. “Wang Qingsong: ADifinitum” is the freshest, with huge photographic prints covering the entire third floor from the contemporary Chinese artist. Wang is not one of the youngest of the new […]

Continue →

Yeti or not, here comes Dave Eggers and 826 National

Detroit // November 7, 2014

2

Dave Eggers took Detroit by storm this week, with a presentation at the 2014 Richard C. Van Dusen Urban Leadership Forum at Wayne State University, titled “Buccaneers, Robots, Yetis, and Other Agents of Social Change.” The title of the presentation refers to the eclectic storefronts that act as an interface between the public and the […]

Continue →

Last few chances to see “Listen Up Philip” at Nightlight Cinema

Akron // November 7, 2014

0

It always feels tricky to write about a movie house, even a wonderful independent film-centered one like Nightlight Cinema, a Knight Arts grantee. The films turn over regularly, so it’s not like a single event or a three-week stint of a play. Now and then, though, a reminder about a quality arts organization and the […]

Continue →

Please see our Privacy Policy

Trust-E
TRUSTe online privacy certification