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ArtsBeat: Two Ailey Dancers to Leave for New Roles in St. Louis
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The Alvin Ailey dancers Antonio Douthit-Boyd and Kirven Douthit-Boyd will become co-artistic directors of the Center of Creative Arts in St. Louis, where Antonio trained.

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Dance: Refreshening Postmodern Roots
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The Stephen Petronio Company begins “Bloodlines,” a five-year project to restage important postmodern dances.

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Rashaun Mitchell’s ‘Light Years,’ Surreal Yet Supple
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Choreographed by Mr. Mitchell, the characters in the dance quartet at New York Live Arts include a knight, a young woman painted in blue and two wild youths.

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The Kimmel Center For The Performing Arts Welcomes The …
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The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts welcomes the Curtis Institute of Music as a new resident company. (Photo courtesy Kimmel.

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Creative Arts 4 Kids | Museum of Contemporary Art North …
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Creative Arts 4 Kids. Inflatable Sculptures inspired by Friends With You. Sew sculptures with lightweight fabric that can be animated by a fan. Saturday, May 2, 2015 | 2:00 pm. Eventbrite – Creative Arts for Kids. Kids ages 6-12 …

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College of Liberal Arts / Overland Partners | ArchDaily
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The new Liberal Arts Building at the University of Texas at Austin is a multifunctional academic building for the largest college on campus with an annual enrollment of over 15,000 students. With departments previously …

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Beyond the Bubble: More Complex Than Arts and Crafts …
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Have you ever thought of what defines a craftsman, of why we consider a craftsman to be different from an artist? To begin with, the definition of a craftsman is, according to my Google search, “a person who is skilled in a …

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How Integrating Arts Into Other Subjects Makes Learning …
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Art has long been recognized as an important part of a well-rounded education — but when it comes down to setting budget priorities, the arts rarely rise to the top. Many public schools saw their visual, performing and musical …

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