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By Jessie Raynor, AAAA Director
Although construction on our Knight Foundation-funded project is a month behind schedule due to HVAC contractors, Summit Artspace is still able to present its first public event on our second floor, which is currently being renovated for performance space and arts [...]
The Harvey B. Gantt Center launched a free lecture series, Conversations @ Gantt, with a two-hour discussion led by fine art consultant, B. E. Noel on November 18, 2010. Noel â€“ as she is known throughout the arts community â€“ ran her namesake gallery in [...]
Tis’ the season for satire! This December 14th, the long-running uber-popular Off-Broadway Tony award-winning musical comedy Forbidden Broadway opens at the Arsht Center for a limited two-week run.
Gina Kreiezmar in the Lion King photo by Carol Rosegg
Forbidden Broadway lovingly roasts [...]
By P. Scott Cunningham/ Founder O,Miami
On Nov. 19th, I was introducing Patti Smith at the Miami Book Fair when I was unexpectedly interrupted byâ€¦Patti Smith.
The crowd saw her firstâ€”sheâ€™d walked on stage behind meâ€”and some people began cheering as soon as they saw her [...]
There is a very special world awaiting in the Dorsch Gallery. Fans of artist/performer/magician Clifton Childree will recognize this world immediately, although they might still be blown away by the depth
"Orchestrated Gestures" at Dorsch Gallery
and creativity of his latest [...]
Dennis Scholl, Chad Tingle and Marlon Johnson
Knight Foundationâ€™s Dennis Scholl and Miami filmmakers Chad Tingle and Marlon Johnson won a Suncoast Emmy this week for Sundayâ€™s Best, a documentary on the elaborate hats African-American women traditionally wear to church.
Art Basel has moved off shore, but many remnants — and good ones — have been left behind, those created and put up by locals. Fortunately for us, we can have a closer look
Laurent Harari at Arts for a Better World
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It’s short notice but this Saturday, Dec. 11, the innovative and awe-inspiring Hubbard Street Dance Company will take your breath away at the Arsht Center. Their imaginative international repertory includes works by the world’s greatest choreographers with repertory pieces by Ohad Naharin,Â JirÃ [...]
I wonder whether anyone does an annual Handel Count at this time of year, tallying up the performances of Messiah that suddenly appear across the land like the red and green foil that magically appears in bags of Hersheyâ€™s Kisses.
George Frideric [...]
After its grand opening in October that attracted 20,000 people during Â its first weekend, the Mint Museum Uptown is now the center of attention for visual arts lovers in Charlotte.Â And it is well deserving of the acclaim.
But often lost in the hoopla is the [...]