Nomad by Enrique Martínez Celaya. January 9th, 2008. 8:00 p.m. The second of a new series of free ArTalks, co-sponsored by Miami Art Museum and Books and Books, features Cuban-born artist Enrique Martínez Celaya and Miami art critic Alfredo Triff.
F is for Fellini. From Jan 4th through Feb 1st, 2008. As Italy’s premiere fantasy cinema genius for decades, Fellini created the most outrageous characters and scenarios on film, and eventually on his own terms, without the approval or advice of any controlling studio committee. The later films are a Fellini unleashed, since his name and style was the most famous in … +
Kristina Wong. January 16th, 2008. 8:00 p.m. As part of the South Beach Comedy Festival, Miami Light Project presents the Florida premiere of the social commentary of Kristina Wong on Wednesday, January 16th, 2008 at the Colony Theater on Lincoln Road.
Celebrating 25 years of Cagney and Lacey. December 21st, 2007. Books and Books Coral Gables is hosting a night of reading and discussion with two special guests; author Barney Rosenzweig and actress Sharon Gless who will be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the famous television series Cagney and Lace and the launching of Rosenzweig's new book Cagney and Lace …and Me.
Buddy by Morten Tyldum. January 12th, 2007. 6:00 p.m. BHI Art and Culture Foundation presents the film Buddy by Norwegian filmmaker Morten Tyldum on January 12th at 1177 Kane Concourse in Bay Harbor Islands. Buddy is a romantic comedy about daring to be who you are. It explores what makes people the happiest and how that impacts those they call "friends". This … +
Company. From Jan 19th through Feb 3rd, 2008. Boca Raton Theatre Guild presents Company, a six-time Tony Award winning musical comedy by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth. Performances will take place at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Park located at 301 S. Military Trail in Boca Raton, FL.
The Fourth Wall. From Dec 21st, 2007 through Feb 3rd, 2008. Palm Beach Dramaworks, located at 322 Banyan Boulevard in West Palm Beach, will be presenting the play The Fourth Wall. In this love letter to the theatre, Gurney uses the stage to explore, quite comically, our place in the world today. Set in the living room of a contemporary, upper-class, New … +
From Feb 9th through Feb 10th, 2008. Miami Beach’s oldest art festival is as fresh and laid back as North Beach, the up-and-coming neighborhood where it takes place. This year’s festival will once again be located on the Ocean Terrace, East of Collins Ave between 73rd and 75th Street. This nationally recognized event brings over 50,000 visitors, both young and old, to … +
at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. From Dec 8th through May 31st, 2008. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is currently presenting a sculpture exhibition of one of the world’s most iconic Pop artists, Roy Lichtenstein. Fairchild will host the large-scale sculpture exhibition as part of its art and flowers program. With sculptures ranging from eight to 30 feet high, Lichtenstein at Fairchild will mark … +
BFA Fall 2007 Exhibition. From Dec 21st, 2007 through Jan 19th, 2008. The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU will be inaugurating its BFA Fall 2007 exhibition with an opening reception to take place at the museum on December 21st, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. The group show will feature works by graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of … +
From Jan 7th through Jan 12th, 2008. On the week of January 7th, the nation’s top 150 young artists will be in Miami as part of 2008 youngARTS Week for a once-in-a-lifetime experience that furthers their artistic development. The annual program of National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA), youngARTS Week allows the 17 and 18 year-old artists to participate in … +
From Jan 11th through Jan 14th, 2008. Palmbeach3 Contemporary Art Fair returns to Palm Beach for its 11th season on January 11th through 14th, 2008 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. Riding high on levels of interest in contemporary art, the fair will offer a compelling, innovative, multi-disciplined exhibition of modern and contemporary art designed to appeal to both new and … +
From Jan 31st through Feb 4th, 2008. Running for more than 45 years, the Original Miami Beach Antique Show at the Miami Beach Convention Center is one of the largest antiquing events of its kind in the United States. The show features more than 1,000 national and international dealers from around the globe including London, Paris, Rome, Beverly Hills, Milan, New York, … +
December 2007. MutualArt.com, a revolutionary new online information service will officially launch its online presence in March 2008 following two years of research and development. MutualArt.com offers an unprecedented amount of art information, and more useful online tools than have ever been available before – a global solution for people beginning to collect art, as well as established collectors, art professionals and … +
Annual Global Cuba Festival. January 13th, 2008. Miami Light Project and Fundarte present the Latin Jazz trio Overproof as the kick off concert for the 1st Annual Global Cuba Festival at Spiegelworld Miami Beach. Overproof is a Latin-jazz based power trio who have recently released their debut recording on the Japanese EWE label and Spanish SONIFOLK label, entitled "3 Guys Walk Into … +
December 28th, 2007. 7:00 – 11:00 p.m. On December 28th, Viernes Culturales / Cultural Fridays, the monthly event on Calle 8, will be concluding its activities for 2007 with a night filled with music, exhibitions and cultural activities for the whole family to enjoy. Visual art exhibitions will be taking place that night at the Calle 8 galleries, presenting works by artists … +
at MOCA North Miami. February 9th, 2008. POP 8 La Dolce Vita, a party inspired by the genius of Italian film director Federico Fellini, will be the next big event at the Museum of Contemporary Art’s in North Miami. MOCA’s 5th annual fundraiser will take place on February 9th, 2008 from 8:00 p.m. to midnight.
From Feb 16th through Feb 18th, 2008. In the very heart of Coconut Grove, St Stephen’s Art and Craft show will be celebrating its 20th anniversary come February 2008 with a bigger show presenting more artists, arts, crafts and attractions. For those not familiar with the Art Show, it began humbly as a hot dog and onion ring stand during the Coconut … +
Video by shuttlecock85 New World Symphony by Antonin Dvorak. Wiener Philharmoniker. Herbert von Karajan, conductor. Watch on Youtube
Plaza Level Gallery. From Dec 1st, 2007 through Apr 6th, 2008. Work in Progress: Herzog and de Meuron’s Miami Art Museum offers an exciting glimpse into the award-winning architects’ still-evolving design for the new Miami Art Museum. Enjoy an insider’s access through the exhibition’s large-scale wallpaper murals, architectural models, floor plans, video projections and stereoscopic devices, and see how one of the … +
From Dec 1st through Dec 9th, 2007. SeaFair has docked at the Miami Beach Marina for the first time this December. Following its recent inauguration in Greenwich, CT, Port Washington, NY, and Chelsea Piers, NYC, the art world’s most tempting venue – a purposely built 228’ foot mega yacht – opens to the public on December 1st, 2007. The fair offers a … +
From Dec 5th through Dec 9th, 2007. The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) will debut this December in Miami. More than 45 among the world’s leading fine art photography galleries will present a wide range of museum quality work by 19th century, modern and contemporary masters. The exhibition will be held at NW 31st Street and North Miami Avenue in … +
A new film about David Halberstam. December 6th, 2007. 8:00 p.m. Books and Books joins nearly 75 independent booksellers around America in celebrating the final, great work of David Halberstam: The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War featuring Joan Didion, Neil Sheehan, Bob Woodward and Anna Quindlen.
From Dec 4th through Dec 10th, 2007. During Art Basel week, take a moment to experience a visual playground filled with fragments from a childhood that would have suited Kafka and Bosch. The new work by Cuban-born artist Esteban Blanco further explores his interest in the ambivalence of toy-violent imagery, while reflecting his preoccupation with power, wealth, religion and science and the … +