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    It takes bold moves to make it as a nonprofit arts organization in today’s economy. Learn from some of the best at Boldly Go, a one-day seminar being developed for South Florida nonprofit arts groups. Mark May 18 on the calendar - the agenda includes: How to use new technology...
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    Video has played an integral role in contemporary art for decades now, but it doesn't get much of a showing in Miami as a medium. That's why the all-video "Chained to a Creature of a Different Kingdom" is a standout and worth catching while it's still running ... [caption id="attachment_3288"...
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    This week the Global Caribbean exhibit at the Little Haiti Cultural Center comes down and heads for a second showing at the Musee International des Artes Modestes in the South of France. Let's hope that the exhibition, curated by artist Edouard Duval Carrie, is only the beginning of a powerful...
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    March in Miami is never idle. What with the Miami International Film Festival, the Winter Music Conference, and the peak of the performance season, it used to be hard for visual arts to get a view in edgewise. Not anymore. Openings, one-off events, readings, and even … [caption id="attachment_3275" align="aligncenter"...
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    There was a time when the world stopped for me during Winter Music Conference. Every year I interviewed dozens of DJs, sat in on official panels, slogged around the Ultra Festival, stayed up all night and all the next...
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    Fancy yourself an art aficionado? Put your eye to the test Saturday, April 17 at Locust Projects’ annual Spring Fling fundraising gala. Enjoy cocktails, conversation & some friendly competition as you bid on 8x10 works by established and emerging artists. The catch? Each piece is signed on the back and...
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    You have you put on little white booties to enter one of Carlos Cruz-Diez's color installations at MAM. But you would put on just about anything to experience … the four works of this pioneering Venezuelan artist that just opened at the downtown...
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    Congratulations to the team behind Sunday’s Best – the eight-minute film was just accepted to the Aspen shortsfest. Conceived and commissioned by the Knight Foundation, Sunday’s Best blends interviews, vintage and contemporary photography and local gospel music to document the Miami black community's rich tradition of wearing elaborate hats to...
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    The Arsht Center for the Performing Arts wants you to submit proposals for the Miami Made program, which has been supporting the work of local performance artists since 2005. "Our goal is to find high quality …ideas from artists who have the ability to implement their vision," says Scott Shiller,...
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    The great Haitian revolutionary hero Mackandal ignited a popular uprising in the 1740s, only to be brutally killed as an example to his fellow travelers. It would be nearly four decades before the Haitian Revolution would gain momentum...
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    Created in 2004, the Miami Lyric Opera “promotes knowledge and appreciation of opera with a special focus on younger generations.” Translation – it brings opera to younger audiences and enables local artists to stay local. Get on and off stage with the 2008 Knight Arts Challenge winner courtesy of this...
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    There are just a few days left to enter the 2010 Knight Arts Challenge. Miami Program Director Dennis Scholl hosted a Town Hall meeting Tuesday evening at the Little Haiti Cultural Center to explore the ins & outs of the challenge and answer all your burning questions –see the video...
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    The Obama administration is handing out visas to Cuban artists again, and Cuban musicians have begun showing up on Miami stages after a nearly decade-long hiatus. So the digital bridge artist Sage Lewis built to connect an acting...