Tagged: Arts

Miami Beach Invites Art Aficionados to Experience the City’s Bustling Arts & Culture Scene This Spring | News

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., May 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Miami Beach, a city like no other place in the world, is inviting travelers and art enthusiasts to take a step back from day-to-day stresses, headlines, and routines and experience the city’s extensive arts and culture offerings this spring. From Art Deco-themed hotels to world-renowned museums and art installations, Miami Beach is the picture-perfect option for a socially distanced getaway or staycation to celebrate the arts.

Miami Beach’s rich architectural history allows visitors and locals to escape to a bygone era filled with colorful buildings and décor elements of

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Bach, Steamrollers, Barrio Art Crawl And Live Rock

This weekend in the arts: Four events in one at Bread and Salt, Bach Collegium online, a drive-thru steamroller printmaking exhibition, and Carrie Feller and D.WREX at Sycamore Den.

Credit: Katie Ruiz

Above: “Re-Imagine Welcome” by Katie Ruiz is a large-scale print made with a steamroller. It’s on view as part of the “Heavy Duty” outdoor exhibition in parking lot 1 at Mesa College Friday through June 4, 2021.

‘Heavy Duty’: A Steamroller Printmaking Exhibition

Visual Art, Outdoor Art

Mesa College Art Gallery has put together a large-scale printmaking project and outdoor exhibition — with a little help from

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Leadership changes in the arts and culture; Weisman galleries to close for the summer

As arts and culture organizations reopen to the public, who will be running things? Here’s a roundup of recent and upcoming leadership changes.

Jack Reuler

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Jack Reuler

Jack Reuler, the founding artistic director of Mixed Blood Theatre, will step aside in July 2022. Reuler started Mixed Blood in 1976 and has produced hundreds of shows over the past 45 years. He will spend his final year at Mixed Blood reshaping the venerable Twin Cities institution “from a theater that addresses social issues to a social justice organization that uses theater as a way to catalyze action,”

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Goodyear Arts alumna turns Charlotte, NC garage into gallery


Charlotte artist Kilee Price turned this old stone garage in her parents’ backyard into Stone House Art Gallery. She uses the west Charlotte gallery space to spotlight local artists, as well as emerging artists from across the U.S.

Courtesy of Kilee Price

An awning hangs over double French doors on the exterior of Stone House Art Gallery in west Charlotte. The small building projects a fairy-tale charm. Inside, the simple, 11- by 19-foot converted garage oozes with artistic depth.

Referred to by area residents for decades as “the stone house,” due to its quartz-rock exterior, Stone House Art Gallery —

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