Performing arts

Jennifer Ross Named VP of Programming; Curt Owens joins the Walton Arts Center

The Walton Arts Center announced that Jennifer Ross has been promoted to vice president of programming for the nonprofit performing arts center, and Curt Owens will replace her as director of programming. Ross has worked at the Walton Arts Center since 2002, where she began as the School Performance Coordinator. …

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Mason City Municipal Band promotes “goodwill” through music | Arts and theater

For many local musicians, Mason City Municipal Band is a place to share their love of music and build friendships. For trumpet player Chris Bell, it’s a band she’s been a part of since the 1970s. Because of the Municipal Band, Bell has been in many performances and even performed …

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Chris Jaymes stars in Kailua Onstage Arts’ production of “Constellations”

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Chris Jaymes, who moved to Hawaii last year when his fiancée got a job with the CBS series “Magnum, PI,” has an impressive resume spanning a wide range of contemporary performing arts. In the three decades since his first television role, …

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AT&T Performing Arts Center Hosts Third Annual Young Women’s Leadership Conference

On Thursday, June 16, the nonprofit AT&T Performing Arts Center hosted its third annual Young Women’s Leadership Conference (YWLC). The conference was held at the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House with approximately 150 young women in attendance from various high schools and public and private organizations across North Texas. …

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PACE Wins State Preservation Award for Harvester II Building Restoration | Arts & Theater

The Hoff Family Arts & Culture Center, now a centerpiece of the Council Bluffs community, is also turning heads across the state. The center was among four projects honored at the 2022 Preserve Iowa Summit when Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment received the Margaret Keyes Award for its $27 million …

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CAPA’s 104th concert season — past, present and future | Culture & Leisure

Posted on June 13, 2022 | 9:30 a.m. Tickets on sale for the International and Masterpiece series Maestro Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra come to the Granada Theater on January 25. (Todd Rosenberg) CAMA (Community Arts Music Association of Santa Barbara) announced its 104th concert season, featuring orchestral …

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Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts announces ‘Taste Of The Spencer’ fundraiser scheduled for next weekend

A delicious feast of surf and turf and tasty wines take center stage at the 2022 “Taste of the Spencer” party and fundraiser on Saturday, June 18 at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to this evening of tasteful fun in which all Spencer Theater patrons play a part! Freshly prepared …

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University of North Carolina School of the Arts Selects Design Team for Stevens Center Renovation

The University of North Carolina (UNCSA) School of the Arts has announced the selection of nationally recognized Charlotte-based Little Diversified Architectural Consulting and Los Angeles-based Steinberg Hart as the design team who will lead the first phase of a comprehensive, multi-phase renovation of Historic Center Stevens in downtown Winston-Salem. The …

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The Performing Arts Return to Historic Bayou Road with the Opening of the André Cailloux Center for Performing Arts and Cultural Justice

The former St. Rose de Lima Church on Bayou Road will once again serve as a site for the performing arts in New Orleans. Led by three community members, Lauren E. Turner, Dr. David Robinson-Morris and Dr. Robin G. Vander, the André Cailloux Center for Performing Arts and Cultural Justice …

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Signature Levitt Summer Camp Shines a Light on Urban Creative Arts in Downtown Dayton

“We are thrilled to be returning to Levitt Pavilion Dayton for the second year of camp,” echoed the Sierra Leone poet of Signature Educational Solutions, who serves as co-director of the camp with her husband, Robert N. Owens. “The students felt so connected last year and also felt so safe …

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Y Arts presents “Dinosaurs Before Dark Kids”

The young performers from Boothbay Region Y Arts returned to the Lincoln Theater on Friday and Saturday, May 28 and 29 to perform “Dinosaurs Before Dark Kids.” The play was a cute musical from the Magic Tree House collection about brother and sister, Jack and Annie, who stumble upon a …

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Gruessing: LCPS, continue to fund the arts | Letters to the Editor

LCPS Board Members: I am a student at Rock Ridge High School and I am writing to support staffing and fundraising to ensure safety and fairness. Please fund the performing arts using the $2.4 million allocation and fund positions identified by the Office of Teaching and Learning. You have the …

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Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Receives $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts Grant

The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to help support Dance @ The Wallis during the 2022/2023 season. Dance @ The Wallis provides an artistic home for a variety of local, emerging and established …

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The new DuPage Community Arts Festival is coming to Wheaton – Shaw Local

Affirming that the arts are an integral part of the community, a DuPage County Council member spearheaded the creation of a new performing arts festival. “For us to come out of this pandemic stronger than before and to help the recovery and to really strengthen our economy, we also need …

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HAMILTON at Des Moines Performing Arts

Hamilton castPhoto by Joan Marcus One of the great things about theater is the stories it allows us to tell. It doesn’t seem like it would work when you first hear the “Hamilton” story and how it is told. The show has proven that idea wrong since 2015, when it …

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Podcast | The Black Arts Legacies podcast is coming soon

That’s why we’re producing a podcast dedicated to these places as part of Black Arts Legacies, the major multimedia project produced by Crosscut and featuring profiles, original photography and video about black arts and artists in Seattle. Subscribe to the Black Arts Legacies podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or …

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The National Arts Center’s next season features Buffy Sainte-Marie, Bruce Liu and a double dose of Margaret Atwood

Baritone Joshua Hopkins, foreground, on the Skywalker Sound scoring stage, with an image of his sister Nathalie Warmerdam and her two children, Valerie and Adrian, behind.Jake Heggie/Houston Grand Opera The Ottawa-based National Arts Center has announced the world premiere with orchestra of an eight-song suite in memory of a horrific …

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Make arts and culture the center of growth in downtown Fort Lauderdale

In early April, the Nova Southeastern University Art Museum Fort Lauderdale hosted the first-ever international “Codaworx: Experience” summit. The conference brought together hundreds of creatives, civic leaders, and tech companies whose fusion of art and technology creates phenomenal civic projects. These projects promote economic development, promote civic engagement and stimulate …

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Power of the Arts | CMUnow

Investing in the future of performing arts in Western Colorado begins with rebuilding the Robinson Theater to create a regional cultural destination University of Colorado Mesa The William S. Robinson Theater can be moody and quirky – always warm and welcoming, sometimes squeaky and grumpy. It has its moans and …

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Denver Center For The Performing Arts Completes $17 Million ‘A Grander Opening’ Fundraiser

In 2010, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) undertook a $57 million renovation of the Helen Bonfils Theater Complex. The project was divided into three phases, the second of which required the DCPA to embark on its first-ever fundraising campaign. “A Grander Opening” launched on June 5, 2018 …

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Management consultants for the arts selected by Pittsburgh Ballet Theater to find new leader

May 10, 2022 – Stamford, Conn-based executive search firm Management Consultants for the Arts has been called upon by Pittsburgh Ballet Theater (PBT) to lead its search for a new Executive Director. The mission is led by David Mallette, Jason Palmquist and Shruti Adhar. Pittsburgh Ballet Theater wants a collaborative …

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A performing arts center in China rises like a colorful volcano

With an innovative design that blends the formality of opera with the informality of island culture, Heatherwick Studio won a competition to design the Hainan Performing Arts Center. Hainan is an island province located in the far south of China and this new landmark is inspired by the surrounding landscape. …

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Priestley College performing arts students talk about their return to action

PICTURE this. You’re in your living room trying to get into a group routine because your laptop is lagging and you haven’t seen a friend in weeks. Not ideal. The lockdown has been difficult for everyone, especially Priestley College students in the performing arts sector. And as we approach the …

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Announcement of the recipients of the Randolph A Frank Prize for their contributions to the arts

Two hard-hitting instrumental music educators and a cellist who The New York Times has described as “an elegant and accomplished performer” will share a total of $10,000 as recipients of this year’s prestigious Randolph A. Frank Awards, which recognize performers and educators who enrich the quality of the performing arts …

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Go beyond the Fringe Festival – Orlando Sentinel

Tra-la is May…and that means only one thing in Central Florida: it’s time for the annual Orlando Fringe. In fact, that is completely false. May means more than just one of Central Florida’s signature events. There are plenty of non-Fringe arts and cultural activities going on, whatever your artistic interest, …

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May Arts Roundup: Pearl Jam, New Shows in the Sacramento Area

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder will perform in Sacramento on May 18 at the Golden1 Center. The month of May is here and a host of arts and entertainment options are on the way to the Sacramento area. The calendar is full of exhibitions, plays, concerts, artistic activities, comedy and more. …

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American Academy of Arts and Sciences Announces New Fellows

Glenn Close is one of 261 inductees to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences ce … [+] year. (Photo by 27th Annual SAG Awards/Getty Images for WarnerMedia) Getty Images for Warner Media The American Academy of Arts and Sciences has announced 261 individuals who have been elected as new …

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The Washington Arts Center operates in the dark

By Lorilyn C. Lirio The Washington Center for the Performing Arts is financially afloat despite closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization’s executive director, Jill Barnes, said at Olympia’s finance committee meeting on Wednesday, 20 april. Barnes said the arts center hasn’t had much activity since March 2020 and …

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Flying high with the arts – Magazine

From live performances to in-person exhibitions, from student work to contributions from local artists and patients, the arts at UAB are soaring Shannon Thomason Story In 2021, we have come together again— even when we had to keep our distance – performing on stage or watching in front of a …

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Let’s be patrons of the arts

April 21th. — We are all, in a way, patrons of the arts. No, not all of us have the means to build halls, sponsor events or commission large works of art, but we can attend a performance. We can go see a movie. We can support aspiring musicians during …

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The Singapore International Festival of the Arts (SIFA) 2022 emphasizes the rituals of performance.

SINGAPORE, April 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Singapore International Arts Festival (SIFA), that of Singapore The annual Pinnacle Performing Arts Festival featuring captivating and diverse works across theatre, music, dance, film and visual arts, returns May 20 – June 5, 2022. Organized by Arts House Limited (AHL) , SIFA 2022, …

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Parksville Dance Studio Qualifies 9 Dancers for Provincial Performing Arts Festival – Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Parksville’s Innovative Dance Arts studio will feature nine young women ages 11 to 17 at the 2022 BC Provincial Performing Arts Festival in June. Sarah DeVito, Owner and Director of Superior Intensive Programming, said each dancer qualified for the provincial festival by achieving high marks in the North Island (held …

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The Tri-M Foundation Announces Recipients of the Performing Arts Grant Program

The Tri-M Foundation has announced the postgraduate recipients of its performing arts grant program. Launched in 2020, the Performing Arts Grants Program supports the development and presentation of high-quality, innovative performing arts projects, events and festivals by regional non-profit arts organizations. Dozens of arts organizations submitted applications, and six were …

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Don’t miss Summit’s two-week arts festival coming in May

SUMMIT, NJ – It’s showtime this May in Summit, as 14 arts organizations come together for the Summit Arts Festival – a two-week celebration of all things music, art, theater and dance. The festival will kick off on May 1 with a series of performances and events that will last …

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THE GROUP’S VISIT to the Lied Center For Performing Arts

There’s a new band in town, and it’s the one you don’t want to miss. The nationwide touring production of The Band’s Visit is settling into the Lied Center for Performing Arts for just two days, and it’s a sight that has to be seen to be believed. Based on …

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Upcoming arts events include a rock concert, cultural festival and musical performance – Oxford Observer

Pan Rocks, a renowned group of steelpan players founded by musician Tracy Thornton, are set to perform classic rock-inspired covers at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 9 at Millett Hall at the University of Miami. Thornton’s band will be joined by electronic violinist Mark Wood and the Mason, Centerville, Greenville …

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A public performing arts space is closer to a home in Northwood. Affordable housing could follow

The Tallahassee City Commission has provided official support for a performing arts facility at the Northwood Center. It would be part of a larger site redevelopment effort that includes new space for the Tallahassee Police Department and now, perhaps some kind of affordable housing. PAC supporters are hoping that after …

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An associate professor develops the integration of arts in education with CULTIVAR | Texas A&M University-San Antonio

Dr. Karen Burgard, a former high school social studies teacher turned Texas A&M University-San Antonio professor of education, did not start with artistic training. However, she used art as a medium to teach his high school students almost every day, like music to learn facts. She found their engagement, connection …

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Actress showcases black skating for Philly Theater Week | Arts

She was born in Baltimore, lived for a time in New York, and eventually moved to Philadelphia. “I was unhappy in New York and one day one of my mentors suggested I like Philly better,” says Sanchel Brown. “And he was right. I moved here and immediately fell in love …

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🌱 Shirley-Mastic Daily: Wall Fine Arts + Rabbits! At MMSPL

Happy Sunday, people of Shirley-Mastic! Let’s keep up to date with what’s happening locally to start today on an informed note. First, today’s weather forecast: Mostly cloudy with showers. High: 48, low: 39. Here are the top 4 stories at Shirley-Mastic today: The William Floyd School District Fine Arts Department …

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Ukrainian bandura concert this Saturday at Macomb Performing Arts to benefit Ukraine – Macomb Daily

It’s easy to burn a book about Ukrainian history and culture, but not a song. This is the basis of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus (UBC), which will perform at 7 p.m. April 2 at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts Center in Clinton Township for the Ukrainian people. “UBC, …

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ANASTASIA at the Times Union Center for the Performing Arts

“Have you heard there’s a rumor in St. Petersburg?” Have you heard what they say in the streets? Anastasia stopped over in Jacksonville! The musical, based on the beloved 1997 film, follows the story of two Russian men who attempt to pass off a street sweeper as the sole surviving …

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Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Announces 2022-23 Broadway and Dance Shows

If you’re wondering which Sarasota premiere of a family-favorite Broadway show is heading to the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall for the 2022-23 season, here’s a hint: The venue bills the entire season as “A Whole New World.” Sounds familiar, Aladdin Fans? It’s probably not just that …

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Morris Performing Arts Center Announces 2022-2023 Broadway Season

The American Theater Guild, the nation’s largest nonprofit Broadway touring presenter,unveils its highly anticipated 2022-23 season for the Morris Performing Arts Center and part of its 100th anniversary celebration and impressive $30 million renovation project. The BROADWAY IN SOUTH BEND SERIES will include the following touring productions: THE BOOK OF …

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Performing Arts Software Market Statistical Forecast, 2022 Trade Analysis, VenueOps, ASIMUT

the Performing arts software The report is an in-depth examination of the general consumption structure, development trends, sales techniques and sales of the world’s leading Performing Arts Software nations. The research covers well-known vendors in the global Performing Arts Software industry along with market segmentation, competition, and macroeconomic climate. A …

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Young Life: Aspire Christian Theater presents “Camp Rock: The Musical” | Arts & Theater

By COLLETTE CAPRARA FOR THE FREE LANCE-STAR When several families with a background in theater surveyed the area, looking for opportunities for young people to experience live performances, they realized that, especially for large families, the costs involved were prohibitive and rallied people in the community to create an affordable …

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Originally from Southwest Philadelphia, she uses the arts to create her own schools | Way of life

A Philadelphia native uses her passion for the arts to give kids the academic spark they need to thrive inside and outside of the classroom. Tiffany Ford, also known as “The Childcare Guru”, is owner of Little Leaders Learning Academy, co-owner of Stages Community School and founder of Leaders and …

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Wu’s plan for the arts

This week, GBH Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen discusses Mayor Michelle Wu’s plan to elevate the arts in Boston and a new show centered around Parkinson’s disease. Mayor Michelle Wu talks about the arts Watch his full interview at Open workshop with Jared Bowen on March 17 Jared Bowen sat …

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High School Performing Arts set to stage ‘Doctor in Wonderland’

GALION – The Galion Performing Arts department will present its interpretation of “The Doctor in Wonderland” on April 1, 2 and 3. All performances will take place at the Galion Community Theater downtown. This play, written by Don Zolidis, is a comedy about a certain BBC doctor and his companion …

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Durham Performing Arts Center Broadway series 2022-23: Schedule

Tomorrow. You have to know. Let it go. We don’t need another hero. You could hum at least one of these catchy musical tunes over the coming year as the Durham Performing Arts Center presents ‘Annie’, ‘Jagged Little Pill’, ‘Disney’s Frozen’ and ‘Tina: The Tina Turner Musical’ in the 2022-23 …

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Tyler ISD Fine Arts Students Have a ‘Magical Experience’ and Perform with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra

TYLER, Texas (KETK) — All of Tyler ISD’s fourth and fifth-year fine arts students performed with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra at a Carnegie Hall Link-Up. Tyler ISD hosted the event at their new theater on March 9. Longview ISD students help fund drinking water well in Uganda The school …

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New Performing Arts Center Opens at Festus High | Education

FESTUS — Link Luttrell will be honored with one last request as superintendent of the Festus school district when his favorite musical “Annie” opens this month at the high school’s new performing arts center. After 14 years in the district of 3,250 students, Luttrell will retire from Festus in June …

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Field Arts and Events Hall Receives $1 Million Donation

PORT ANGELES — A newly Sequim-based foundation with family ties to a former publishing giant has donated $1 million to complete construction of Field Arts and Events Hall in Port Angeles, and it could start again in August and be completed by mid-2023. The contribution from the Elizabeth B. McGraw …

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ArtsBridge Hires Elizabeth Lenhart as Director of Arts Education

The ArtsBridge Foundation announced in the following press release that it has hired Elizabeth Lenhart as Director of Arts Education. ATLANTE – March 3, 2022 – The ArtsBridge Foundation today announced that Elizabeth “Beth” Lenhart has joined the organization as Director of Arts Education. In this role, Lenhart will oversee …

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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra returns to the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts

Photo courtesy of Krannert Center website The Chicago Symphony Orchestra performed Thursday at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts. The Krannert Center was able to have the first completely sold out show since, it’s their first since reopening. A wave of silence descended on the audience as the lights went …

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Dance Reflections: a radical new performing arts festival

Dance Reflections: new progressive festival mixing art and movement The inaugural edition of Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels Festival marks a bold new step in the performing arts calendar. In London from March 9 to 23, 2022, the initiative has been conceived in collaboration with Sadler’s Wells, the …

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HV Performing Arts is back with Big Fish!

Hopewell Valley Central High School once again welcomes the public to the Performing Arts Center on March 4, 5, 11 and 12 for an exhilarating adventure into the southern wilderness with Big Fish! Big fish focuses on the epic adventures and impossible stories Edward Bloom tells his son Will. Will …

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Arts Ed NJ Releases ‘March Forward Spring 2022 Guidance For Arts Education’

Arts Ed NJ, the performing arts affiliate of the National Association of State High School Associations (NFHS), has suspended mitigation guidelines for schools designated as “mask optional” effective March 7, 2022. The announcement coincides with the all-new March Forward Spring 2022 Guide for Arts Education (http://marchforwardnj.org/), which provides the most …

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Arts Beat: several symphonies back on stage next month

5 Arts Beat: February 28, 2022 MOSSO, The Musicians of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, back at Springfield Symphony Hall on March 26 with “MOSSO’s Virtuosos,” a program featuring the musicians. Trumpeter Thomas Bergeron and timpanist Martin Kluger will share the direction. The program includes Faure’s “Fantaisie pour flûte et orchester” …

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Livermore Master of Arts | People

A lifelong musician, Carter feels as at home on stage as he runs the show behind the scenes. Courtesy of Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center Chris Carter has been drawn to the arts for as long as he can remember. The executive director of the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center …

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Local Activist and Broadcast Pioneer Wins Governor General’s Performing Arts Award

Oro-Medonte’s Rita Shelton Deverell “Totally Surprised” by Recognition; ‘It means a lot to me’ An Oro-Medonte woman with a long history in broadcasting, theater and activism has received Canada’s highest honor for the performing arts. Rita Shelton Deverell is one of seven people to receive a 2022 Governor General’s Performing …

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Clark’s detailed plans for the new Media Arts Building

Clark University has submitted detailed plans to the City of Worcester for the college’s four-story Media Arts, Computing and Design academic building to be located on Woodland Street. The building will be 70,280 square feet located at 151 Woodland St., which is currently a parking lot next to Clark’s Strassler …

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Supporting artistic communities benefits the communities themselves | Philanthropy

Theaters and performing arts centers become a fixture in the communities they serve, but also rely on those communities to keep track of production. Chris Fornadel, director of development at Cleveland Play House; Michelle Ryan Steward, senior vice president of advancement at Playhouse Square; and Scott Spence, artistic director of …

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How Sandra Bassett, CEO of the West Valley Arts Council, balances art and business

For 20 years, musician and arts leader Sandra Bassett worked in sales management for corporate America. Heineken, Dr. Pepper, Walmart, K-Mart and Frito Lays were among the accounts she managed. Although she thrived in the business world, she retained a love for music and performed on the side. Now she …

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‘Rent’ will be staged at the Geyer Performing Arts Center | Entertainment

For the Observer-Rapporteur The production of the musical “Rent” at the Geyer Performing Arts Center is an exciting project for the show’s co-directors and cast. “That show really defined who we were and how we felt at the time,” said Tyler Handford, who co-directs production with Rachael Szabo. “He was …

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Talented Students Win Scholarships for Prestigious American Performing Arts Academy

Post views: 71 Performing arts students Kian Crowley and Mia Ssali from New City College Ardleigh Green have won scholarships for a unique opportunity to study at AMDA (American Musical and Dramatic Academy). The talented duo were selected after an intense audition process that saw two million auditionees worldwide compete …

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“Power of Sport Summit” to celebrate the arts and diversity

CLEVELAND – Cleveland is just days away from being in the national spotlight for the 2022 NBA All-Star Game. Events are planned all weekend for the enjoyment of guests and visitors. Performers are also gearing up for a big weekend. On Friday, February 18, the “Cleveland Power of Sport Summit” …

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Arts Beat: Images of music icons exhibited at the Musée D’Amour

Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival announced its 90th season, running June 22 through August 28 at its Becket campus. The renovated Ted Shawn Theater will be back in action, and some of the season’s program highlights include Kyle Abraham’s AIM, the Miami City Ballet, Limon Dance Company, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago …

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University of Northern Colorado adds health sciences and arts degree programs, closing French and German

New academic programs in health sciences and the arts are on their way to the University of Northern Colorado in the fall, while the university will begin phasing out French and German majors. The UNC board of trustees approved a new bachelor’s degree in health sciences in the college of …

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Elon University/Today at Elon/Department of Performing Arts Presents ‘Into the Woods’ Feb. 11-13

The work will be performed at the McCrary Theater on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It is directed by Fred Rubeck, choreographed by Faythe Kelly with Christopher Rayis as musical director. Elon University’s Department of Performing Arts will perform its production of the Broadway hit “Into the Woods” Feb. 11-13 at …

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LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts will present ALL SHOOK UP

In a triumphant return after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, students from Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music and Art and Performing Arts will take the stage this month for the musical performance from the entire school of “All Shook Up,” a 2004 Broadway musical that takes …

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Artistic Briefs 2/7 – Grand Valley Lanthorn

Make friendship bracelets Grand Valley State University’s Honors Student Council invites those interested to come make friendship bracelets with them on Monday, February 7. This event will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Participation is free, so interested people are welcome. to bring their friends and do crafts. …

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Zuzu Acrobats flying in the North East State on February 15 | Culture & Leisure

BLOUNTVILLE — Prepare to be amazed by the high-energy acrobatic moves of the Zuzu Acrobats as they return to Northeast State Community College for two free performances on Tuesday, February 15. Sponsored by the Northeast State International Education Program, Zuzu Acrobats elevate acrobatic dance to a performance art. The band …

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The Newport County Arts and Culture Alliance is accepting nominations for the 2022 Artist Award

Submissions for the upcoming round of Newport County Arts and Culture Alliance (ACA) Artist Awards, in support of Newport County artists and arts projects to benefit the community, are due Tuesday, March 15, 2022. Notification of the winners will be made on March 31, 2022. Now in its fifth year, …

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Arts and Entertainment Window: February 3, 2022 | Deviations

St. Petersburg Named to MovieMaker’s Annual List ST. PETERSBURG – St. Petersburg has been named one of the best places to live and work as a MovieMaker filmmaker in 2022 according to St. Petersburg’s Clearwater Film Commission. MovieMaker compiles its annual list based on surveys, production expenses, tax incentives, additional …

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Innovative theater is coming to Scottsdale Arts in 2022

From the recontextualization of a classic opera through a contemporary theme of Black Lives Matter to a play in a massive dress to the mystery of India’s endangered vultures seasoned with a hint of Bollywood disco, a mixture eclectic of theatrical offerings can be found at the Scottsdale Center for …

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What’s in a Name: Moss Performing Arts Center | Western Colorado

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The New World School of the Arts High School named “National Magnet School of Excellence” by Magnet Schools of America

The New World School of the Arts has been named a National Magnet School of Excellence by Magnet Schools of America, the national association of magnet and subject schools. MSA’s National Merit Awards program recognizes the top magnet schools in the United States. These awards recognize magnet schools that demonstrate …

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Clay joins Kentucky Performing Arts Foundation Board of Trustees

Carolle Jones Clay LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Kentucky Performing Arts Foundation has announced the appointment of Carolle Jones Clay to its Board of Trustees. Clay is a longtime Republic Bank executive and has been active on several boards and committees during her career. Clay is currently Senior Vice President – …

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Los Lobos bring rock to Scottsdale | Culture & Leisure

IAmid an exciting week of events during Western Week, Latin rock band Los Lobos – who are best known for their 1987 hit “La Bamba” – will perform at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, January 29. . Fans expect to hear a track from each of …

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Lewiston High School opens its first arts and music wing

LEWISTON — When art and music students head to class on Tuesday, it won’t be the basement they’ll head to, but the new two-story addition to Lewiston High School. After 18 months of construction, the school’s first arts and music wing is open, and students and staff are thrilled. Unlike …

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The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center will host a musical tribute to Aretha Franklin

The South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center (SMDCAC) will host “The Queen of Soul: A Tribute to Aretha Franklin” on Saturday, February 5, 2022 at 8 p.m. A dynamic presentation celebrating the late soul icon’s incredible musical legacy, the show is the creation of accomplished musician and songwriter Damien Sneed who …

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Performing arts, a life-changing experience – 100 Mile House Free Press

Among the most active members of the 100 Mile Performing Arts Society, Karen Smith and Margot Shaw, pour out photos from their favorite shows at the Free Press office. (Patrick Davies photo – 100 Mile Free Press) As a historian of the 100 Mile Performing Arts Society, Karen Smith has …

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Georgia Straight guide to the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival

The PuSh International Festival of Performing Arts celebrates interdisciplinary work of blending forms from here and around the world. From January 20 to February 6, the city-wide event will offer a multi-course, multi-cultural feast of performances that boldly blur the lines between performance art, theatre, music, dance, cinema, visual arts, …

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Comedy series blends local and national talent | Culture & Leisure

After a successful summer of laughs, The Collective Snowmass presents another live-action comedy series this season. Over nine nights of shows, the series features a mix of national, regional and local comedians with different styles and stories, bringing an accessible and versatile comedy experience to the valley. The Snowmass Live …

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A celebration of Chicago music

The sweet sounds of Chicago’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will fill the air at Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center (226 N. High St., West Chester, PA) on Friday, January 21 at 8 p.m. as preeminent Chicago tribute band Begins – A Celebration of the Music of Chicago …

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Local view: Wanted cultural and artistic center

Experts also say that a cultural center for the arts in these difficult times must generate daily entrance receipts. To this end, arts centers organize celebrations, art fairs, festivals, storytelling events and art classes in rented spaces. They must have a smart gift store with a strong online sales presence. …

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Local Advocate Continues to Defend the Arts in Tupelo :: WRAL.com

By BROOKE BULLOCK BURLESON, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal TUPELO, Miss. — The artistic community has long been the heart of Tupelo. With arts education embedded in public schools and countless outlets for dance, theater and music, Tupelo has made it a priority to make arts experiences tangible for all ages. …

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Organizers Need Youth to Participate in Franklin County Arts Scene | Community

FRANKLIN COUNTY — For Erin Grainger, the performing arts scene in the northwest corner of Vermont is thriving. Churches, village greens and town halls abound with soft music, but it could fade if the next generation doesn’t keep it going. “I think sometimes the right hand doesn’t know what the …

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“Rubu ‘Qarn” launches theater and performing arts project

Sharjah 24: The Rubu ‘Qarn Foundation for Building Future Leaders and Innovators held a virtual event titled “The Rubu’ Qarn Project Open Day for Theater and Performing Arts” coinciding with Arab Theater Day. The event aimed to unify the efforts of affiliated institutions: Sharjah Children, Sharjah Youth, Sajaya Young Ladies …

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Morris Performing Arts Center Launches 100th Anniversary Celebration

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (WNDU) – This is the year the Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend turns 100, and Friday was the day the party started. “This is an important step. Very, very few theaters in the United States are 100 years old, ”said Aaron Perri, artistic director of …

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Providence Performing Arts Center announces ARTS scholarship program

Providence, RI – The Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) Community Outreach Committee is pleased to announce that nominations for the ARTS The 2022 scholarship program will be available on Friday January 7, 2022; applications will then be accepted until Friday March 4, 2022 at 4P. the ARTS The 2022 Scholarship …

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Vernon and District Performing Arts Center hosts strong January lineup – Vernon News

Shows galore in Vernon Got a case of winter – and COVID – blas? You can relieve some of the stress with several shows in January at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Center. The fun begins with Frazey Ford, January 16 at 7:30 p.m. The Vancouver-based singer-songwriter is on …

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Stage and film stars pay tribute to Glasgow School of the Performing Arts as it celebrates its anniversary

Alan Cumming is one of the stars of stage and film featured in a new book retracing 175 years of the Royal Conservatory of Scotland, Glasgow’s renowned music and drama school. Photo: Robert McFadzean Stage and film stars Alan Cumming, James McAvoy, Richard Madden, David Tennant and Ncuti Gatwa are …

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Listen to Fleetwood Mac hits at the Merryman Performing Arts Center in Kearney | Recent news

Note for note – with an occasional personal touch – Tusk plays the music of Fleetwood Mac, focusing on the years when Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham joined the group. “They brought a little more pop sensibility to the band,” said Tusk member Kim Williams. The group will perform at …

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Year in review 2021

AFew year 2020, just about any year after could be rated higher overall, but 2021 has certainly had some real highlights on the East End art scene. Let’s take a look at some of the exciting arts news covered in Dan’s papers This year. “Lady Grace” by Hans Van de …

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A Sneak Peek of Arts and Entertainment in San Antonio in 2022, Featuring J Balvin, Tig Notaro, the Georgia O’Keefe Exhibit, “Mean Girls” and Motley Crue

In 2016, Cassandra Parker-Nowicki had a conversation that planted the seed for one of the big cultural events slated for 2022: a festival celebrating the life and work of the San Antonio writer Sterling Houston. Parker-Nowicki, executive director of the Carver Community Cultural Center, chatted with actress Danielle King about …

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Meet the Creepy Rochester Metal Man | Culture

Against the incessant din of traffic on Westfall Road, Dan Sprague put down a Blackstar amplifier on the sidewalk near CityGate, plugged in his Les Paul fake guitar, and let a chord tear. He was hard to miss even without the distorted growl of his amp. He wore a black …

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Lowcountry Arts and Events | Calendar

EDITOR’S NOTE: These calendar listings include Lowcountry arts and entertainment events that will be held both online and in person. To submit an event, go to www.postandcourier.com/events Today Summerville Skates What: Glide on the ice at this outdoor rink in Summerville. Revolving vendors and food trucks will offer you concessions …

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‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Becomes Inspiration for Actor Sam Primack | Arts and theater

Bruce Miller of the Journal speaks with actor Sam Primack, one of the stars of “Dear Evan Hansen”. Bruce miller Waiting at home during the pandemic stoked Sam Primack’s love for the theater. “It made me want to do it more,” he explains. “It made me more passionate and I …

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See the arts center offers summer internships

OLD FORGE – View, the center for arts and culture, has opened the application process for its 2022 summer internship program. View offers full-time summer art internship opportunities in the following areas: Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Community Arts, Ceramics and Pottery, Community and Special Events, and Marketing and Media. The …

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Sailor Circus Academy Returns With ‘Let It Snow’ Holiday Show | Arts and entertainment

The music is booming, the lights are shining and the students are playing without a net. It’s just another day at Sailor Circus Academy, a seven-decade institution in Sarasota, and a whole host of rehearsals are going on at the same time. There are children who attack the trapeze and …

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10 famous people who majored in English literature – NoHo Arts District

To some people, the very idea of ​​getting an English degree can seem boring and a bit outdated. Why should you get an English degree unless you are planning to become a university professor? It turns out that there are many career paths you can take with an English degree, …

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Performing Arts at the College Level – The News Herald

Stout Middle School volunteers nurtured the school’s performing arts program with a school-wide talent show on December 14 to encourage creativity and provide a safe space for students to s Express. Volunteer principal and mentor Amen Salha, a high school student at Edsel Ford High School, said he launched the …

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Parents, don’t worry if your kids want to study fine art in college

As college application season is in full swing, high school kids sit down with their parents to discuss how they imagine adulthood. Many teens will envision a life in the arts, regardless of old tropes on starving artists. Many mothers and fathers will fear tropes. Here’s my advice: let your …

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Preparing the ground for the opening of the Goulburn Performing Arts Center | Goulburn Post

news, local news, Goulburn, Performing Arts Center, opening, Raina Savage, shows The seats are in and the layout is well advanced at the new Goulburn Performing Arts Center. Several shows were also sold out ahead of the Auburn Street venue opening on March 25. Zauner Constructions has been building the …

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This week in A + E: from December 16 to 22 | Arts and entertainment

Thusday Janet Williams aka The Tennessee Tramp 7 p.m. at McCurdy’s Comedy, 1923 Ringling Blvd. 25 $ Visit McCurdysComedy.com Here is the funny one. Janet Williams has been on tour for two decades, and her end-of-life turn as a stand-up comedian came after a divorce left her with plenty to …

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Performing arts learners succeed in more than one way

J3 Performing Arts is a performing arts school in Benoni that caters exclusively to Ridgewood College learners by basing their courses on music theory, piano, keyboard, vocal training, acoustic and electric guitar as well as drums. “The learners at J3 Arts have worked very hard and tirelessly this year. I …

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COVID-19 has scared the theater world; Merryman Performing Arts Center back | Local news

During this closed period, The Merryman, which has an annual budget of around $ 500,000, survived on funding from the Federal Wage Protection Plan and the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant administered by the Small Business Administration. The center has also received funds from many generous foundations, including the Ron and …

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Jefferson Performing Arts Society presents “The Nutcracker”

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The Jefferson Performing Arts Society returns to the Jefferson Performing Arts Center for the first time since before Hurricane Ida with The Nutcracker for two shows only on Saturday, December 18 and Sunday, December 19 at 2 p.m. 00. The ballet will feature live music …

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Arts & Culture Newsletter: “Sides” is a smart web series with local artists “up to 11”

Hello and welcome to the UT Arts & Culture newsletter. I am David L. Coddon, and here’s your guide to all the essentials in San Diego arts and culture this week. What happens when four struggling actors look for side jobs in a restaurant? This is the premise of “Sides,” …

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Tickets for OKLAHOMA! & More at Shea’s Performing Arts Center on sale tomorrow

Shea Performing Arts Center and Albert Nocciolino announced today that single tickets for the M&T Bank Broadway Oklahoma series, My Fair Lady, Harper lee‘s To Kill a Mockingbird, and Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations goes on sale Wednesday, December 8 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets …

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Christmas show concert at the Burlington Performing Arts Center Sunday evening

By Jeffrey Allen Posted on December 6, 2021 at 3:50 p.m. The Burlington Performing Arts Center is celebrating the holiday season with A Christmas Spectacular featuring the incredible showman Pete Paquette with the band Rockin ‘Royals and the Tonettes, with special guest Kay Howl. You will be able to enjoy …

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Dean / Black School of Performing Arts – Sandra Black

Sandra Black is the owner of the Dean / Black School of Performing Arts, located on Northgate Drive in Midland. She and her five employees provide dance lessons in ballet, jazz, tap dance, hip-hop, creative and contemporary movement. They also offer technique courses. Their students range from the age of …

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Squirrel Nut Zippers Bring Holiday Caravan Tour to Stowe | Vermont Arts

Famous southern swing revival band, Squirrel Nut Zippers, are hosting their “Holiday Caravan” tour at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center in Stowe at 7 pm Wednesday as part of a 17-date tour. The show features the prominent ensemble performing original tunes from their 1998 album “Christmas Caravan” in addition …

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Performing Arts Program Reinvents “A Christmas Carol” Hip-Hop Style – York College / CUNY

The opening of the piece will take place this Friday, December 3 at the Jamaica Performing Arts Center (JPAC) at 7 p.m. According to director / producer, Professor Thomas Marion, it will be a treat. “We are all looking forward to opening Friday for a weekend, live on stage at …

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Gregory Van Kirk Combines Visual and Performing Arts as Fellow | News, Sports, Jobs

One of Gregory Van Kirk’s photographic creations. Photo courtesy of Tom Hall. [email protected] The Uncommon Friends Foundation and the Fort Myers Public Art Committee recently hosted the biennial Individual Artist Grant Recipients Exhibition at the historic Langford Kingston House in Historic Fort Myers. The foundation awarded an annual grant, supporting …

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