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MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE PRESENTS FREE READING OF SOUTH FLORIDA PLAYWRIGHT CHRISTOPHER DEMOS-BROWN’S ‘WRONGFUL DEATH’ ON JULY 27

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Want to hear a new play in the works before it hits it big? Then you won’t want to miss the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s staged reading of Wrongful Death, a new dark comedy about power and money by South Florida playwright Christopher Demos-Brown. The play reading will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, July […]

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Conrad Miami Salutes Public Servants with New Summer Special

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Luxury Hotel Honors America’s Public Service Personnel with Special Travel Perks Conrad Miami honors the country’s public servants with a new special promotion and travel perks just in time for summer vacation. Military personnel, teachers, fire-fighters, and their colleagues are invited to escape to Miami for a summer getaway at the luxury, cosmopolitan hotel in […]

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THE PASADENA PLAYHOUSE Announces the Cast of the Tony Award® Nominated – A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN, July 21- August 16, 2015 at The Pasadena Playhouse

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The Pasadena Playhouse (Sheldon Epps, Artistic Director) announced today full casting for A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN.  Conceived, written and directed by Randy Johnson, with choreography by Patricia Wilcox and musical direction by Tyler Evans.  A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN stars Mary Bridget Davies, following her Tony Award® nominated Broadway run.  Pasadena native Kacee Clanton, […]

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CINÉPOLIS USA ANNOUNCES OPENING OF FIRST-CLASS MOVIE EXPERIENCE IN JUPITER, FL Fourteen-Screen, 70,000-Square-Foot Upscale Movie Theater Concept to Open Fourth of July Weekend 2015

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Cinépolis USA, a leading world-class cinema exhibitor, today announced the July 2, 2015 opening of its 14-screen, 1,460-seat luxury hybrid theater – Cinépolis Jupiter – replacing the existing Paragon Jupiter theater in Jupiter, located at 201 N US Highway 1, 30 minutes away from Palm Beach.   One of four Cinépolis theaters in Florida and […]

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Terry Teachout, Drama Critic for The Wall Street Journal, to Make his Directorial Debut with Palm Beach Dramaworks’ Production of his Play, Satchmo at the Waldorf.

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Terry Teachout, Drama Critic for  The Wall Street Journal, to Make his Directorial Debut with Palm Beach Dramaworks’ Production of his Play,  Satchmo at the Waldorf. Terry Teachout, drama critic for The Wall Street Journal, playwright, librettist, and biographer, will add another title to his impressive list of accomplishments when he makes his directorial debut next […]

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AN AMERICAN IN PARIS at the Palace Theatre (Broadway at 47th Street, NYC) March 13-April 12 2015

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AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Music and Choreographed by CHRISTOPHER WHEELDON A new spin on the Gershwin classic opened in April—and has taken Broadway by storm The magical combination of the music of George and Ira Gershwin, the superb choreography of Christopher Wheeldon and a fresh take on the story by Craig Lucas, all conspired to […]

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Art+ Shanghai Gallery is pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition Solemn Suns and Darkest Night: Contemporary Paintings by Patrick Lee and FloRéto, which will run from Friday, June 19, to Sunday, July 31, 2015.

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Art+ Shanghai Gallery’s summer exhibition Solemn Suns and Darkest Night presents works of contemporary acrylic painting that capture those familiar emotions of heavy days and sleepless nights from Taiwanese artist Patrick Lee and Shanghai-based French artist FloRéto. Linked by their design backgrounds and complementary dialogues, Lee and FloRéto feature meditative landscapes and abstract compositions that resonate with our own circadian rhythms […]

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SUNDARAM TAGORE NEW YORK announces the Summer Group Show thru August 15, 2015 with 13 artists at 547 West 27th Street in NYC

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THE ARTISTS Miya Ando | Kamolpan Chotvichai | Tom Doyle | Golnaz Fathi | Taylor Kuffner Tayeba Begum Lipi | Judith Murray | Sohan Qadri | Sebastião Salgado Hiroshi Senju | Jeremy Sharma | Joan Vennum | Robert Yasuda For the first time at Sundaram Tagore New York, we are showing work by noted Bangladeshi artist Tayeba Begum Lipi, whose work was recently on […]

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Guggenheim announces: DESIGN BY PARIS FIRM MOREAU KUSUNOKI ARCHITECTES WINS HISTORIC INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION FOR PROPOSED GUGGENHEIM HELSINKI MUSEUM

Art, Issues, Museum Show

The Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition, which began in June 2014 and generated a record-making 1,715 submissions from more than 77 countries, reached its conclusion today, as the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation announced the winning concept: a design that invites visitors to engage with museum artwork and programs across a gathering of linked pavilions and plazas […]

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ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 2015 U.S. TOUR

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MUSIC DIRECTOR ZUBIN MEHTA BRINGS THE IPO TO EIGHT CITIES ACROSS THE U.S. AMERICAN FRIENDS OF THE ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA CELEBRATES ITS 35th ANNIVERSARY BENEFIT GALAS TO BE HELD IN NEW YORK, LOS ANGELES, CHICAGO, SAN FRANCISCO AND CLEVELAND Bringing its historic message of peace through music, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, joined by Music Director for Life Zubin […]

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109-FOOT MURAL LANDS AT SFO’S TERMINAL 3 San Francisco artist Amy Ellingson debuts first major public art commission five years in the making

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In its 46-year history of commissioning public art, the San Francisco Arts Commission has overseen many mosaic projects, but Amy Ellingson’s 10-foot by 109-foot mural for San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 3 is by far the biggest. Untitled (Large Variation) is an abstract mural that uses color, geometry, repetition, scale and spatial illusion to suggest […]

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2015 Biennial of the Americas Media Events, Public Festivals featuring Flobots and Bomba Estéreo, Art Installations and More to Celebrate Ideas, Art, and Culture in Denver

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Hosted in Denver, the Biennial of the Americas is an international festival of ideas, art and culture featuring art exhibitions, public installations and performances by international artists, panel discussions showcasing leaders from throughout the Americas, a public pavilion and a free Friday evening festival. The most inspiring artists, innovators and experts will explore the theme […]

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Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette Through July 26, 2015 18 West 86th Street, New York City

Art, Art Shows, Fashion

Often through extraordinary means and ever in the name of fashion, women and men shape their figures into distinctive silhouettes. Fashioning the Body: An Intimate History of the Silhouette presents the many devices and materials that have altered natural body forms from the seventeenth century to today. Also featured are rare period garments and specially crafted mannequins […]

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MoMA’s Schedule of Exhibitions

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Zoe Leonard: Analogue June 27, 2015–August 30, 2015 The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium, second floor   Warm Up 2015 June 27, 2015–September 05, 2015   Endless House: Intersections of Art and Architecture June 27, 2015–March 06, 2016 The Robert Menschel Architecture and Design Gallery, third floor   Mexico at Midnight: Film Noir […]

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