Tag: Music

Indianapolis Art Center hosts new music festival – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The temperate weekend in Indianapolis offered a chance for live, outdoor music in Broad Ripple as part of a new festival. The “Locally Made” festival at the Indianapolis Art Center in Broad Ripple ran Saturday and Sunday and featured Indiana musicians playing jazz, blues, R&B and much more. Concertgoers told News 8 they were glad they could get out and back ...

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A New Museum, Norwalk Art Space, Opens June 5 With Exhibit Tours, Outdoor Music, Sculpture Garden, Cafe

A new art museum is opening Saturday, June 5 in central Norwalk with a free weekend celebratory party. The museum will include an exhibition gallery, a sculpture garden with regular live music on weekends, a cafe, studios for artists, a classroom and workspaces for students. — an announcement from The Norwalk Art Space The Norwalk Art Space is located at 455 West Ave., next ...

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Art, music and commerce ideal blend for holiday activities

Li Qian / SHINE The Floor has become the latest landmark of the Xintiandi commercial zone. Li Qian / SHINE A music concert on a balcony. The city’s downtown areas are brimmed with art, culture and commerce over the Labor Day holiday.The Floor, a showy commercial complex that offers a subtle blend of historical charm with modern amenities, has opened in the Xintiandi commercial zone ...

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ArtFields opens with steady crowd, lots of art and music | Local News

ArtFields opens with steady crowd, lots of art and music | Local News | scnow.com We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time. For any issues, contact news@scnow.com or call 843-317-NEWS. Source ...

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Sisters with Transistors Film Celebrates Women in Electronic Music – ARTnews.com

The archetypal vision of the early electronic-music maker as a bespectacled midcentury man in a crisp coat and tie commandeering loads of vintage machinery is given a stiff dressing-down in Sisters with Transistors, a new eye- and ear-opening documentary about women who proved pivotal in the evolution of electronic music and sound art—related realms of history that have long been misattributed and misunderstood. The ...

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“GO FAST, PLAY MUSIC!” by Deih in Oropesa del Mar, Spain – StreetArtNews

Street artist Deih currently worked on a new mural entitled “GO FAST, PLAY MUSIC!”.  “SPEED ALWAYS FEELS GREAT, AND STOP ME FATAL” mentioned Deih. This wall is a tribute to his natural environment: movement. The mural was produced in collaboration with Rampuda Urban Art Festival in Oropesa del Mar, Spain wherein several well known artists created murals in different parts of the municipality.For more than twenty ...

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Student news: Fox Chapel Area music accolades, art awards and science and engineering fair

Ten Fox Chapel Area School District students won awards at the virtual Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair (PRSEF), and two students qualified for an international science and engineering fair. Junior Zoe Lakkis and sophomore Arvind Seshan were named two of seven overall winners and qualified to participate in the virtual Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (Regeneron ISEF) — the Olympics of student ...

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Works by musicians with UAB ties featured in Birmingham Art Music Alliance project – News

The double CD “Alabama String Quartets” features original music by composers living in Alabama — including Matthew Scott Phillips, Brian Moon, Chris Steele and Monroe Golden — performed by Amernet String Quartet. A new musical project spotlights original music by Alabama composers, and features musicians including University of Alabama at Birmingham faculty and alumni. “Alabama String Quartets” is a two-CD set of music composed ...

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