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10.01.09
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by Troy
For those of you who have strict rules on what it means to be an artist, you may not like the following list very much. Click HERE to be re-directed. But if you are like me and are of the
08.30.09
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This August in the music area of Art+Culture, we explored ‘Quiet Music’ (Read [Part 1] [Part 2] and [Part 3]). Thanks to everyone for reading and contributing! Next month, curator Alen Hadzovic will lead us on an exploration on "Anniversaries." As
10.06.09
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The first decade of the new millennium has been rich in works of art that are cross disciplinary, forward-thinking yet steeped in the past, and capable of inspiring people to think differently. Here are ten artists whose work exemplifies the
09.27.09
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In no particular order, here are the first few of ten important literary figures and their related events and publications. These people have not only done their own great work but have fostered creative American communities in their own fashions. They
11.23.09
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Hyperdub: Five Years of Hyperdub I’ve recently discovered that the British label Hyperdub has released a five-year compilation of their best tracks. I was unfamiliar with dubstep (and all the myriad variations within the genre) up until last year, but my
09.27.09
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This post is part of a series we are calling “10 for 2010” in which we list 10 influential or favorite artists. This list is a personal, idiosyncratic list of 10 major musicians active in the first decade of the 21st
10.11.09
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Yesterday afternoon Montreal's Belgo building hummed with activity. Visitors to the building's art galleries clutched 'ralley maps' which guided them on a tour of discovery, following troupes of musicians and dancers as they performed in the Belgo's galleries. The sounds of
10.27.09
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Atlanta, my hometown, is best known for its role in the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, and Coca-Cola. Many sports fans follow the Braves (aka America’s Team), and many people get their news from Atlanta-based CNN. The Art and Culture,
12.06.09
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Check out Stanford University's Mobile iPhone Orchestra making music out of iPhones! Learn more from the NYTimes: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/05/technology/05orchestra.html?_r=1&src=tptw
06.13.09
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The number of blogs on the internet is somewhat overwhelming, but I still enjoy sifting through site after site, searching for the perfect ‘beat’, so to speak (with apologies to Gilles Peterson). It is like walking in the middle of a
10.26.09
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Here is Part 1 of my picks for Artists to Watch in 2010! I hope to offer some fun, inspiring new stuff to check out, and would love it if you responded in kind with artists you're loving right now.... Enjoy!!
09.18.09
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I just want to bring some attention to S.T.E.I.M foundation, which has recently joined artandculture as a venue and member. S.T.E.I.M (studio for electro-instrumental music) is a wonderful venue and research centre located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. They host many events
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