Cinema

Cine-Improv

Miami Beach Cinematheque. November 12th, 2008.  Cine-Improv is a live Comedic Jam served with cinema on the side! Cine-Improv latest performance takes place November 12th, 2008 at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Cinematheque.

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Frozen River

Miami Beach Cinematheque. November 9th, 2008.  The film Frozen River premiers on November 9th, 2008 at 8:30p.m. at the Miami Beach Cinematheque. Critical acclaim abounds for Courtney Hunt's auspicious directorial debut, which won the Grand Jury Prize for Drama at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

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The Pool

Miami Beach Cinematheque. From Nov 7th through Nov 8th, 2008.  The Pool by Chris Smith premiers November 7th and 8th at 7:45 and 9:40 p.m. at the Miami Beach Cinematheque. The Pool is the story of Venkatesh, a "room boy" working at a hotel in Panjim, Goa, who sees from his perch in a mango tree a luxuriant garden and shimmering pool … +

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Kevin Bruk Gallery

From Dec 2nd, 2008 through Jan 17th, 2009.  Kevin Bruk Gallery presents the group exhibition Deal or No Deal featuring the work Mika Tajima. Deal or No Deal examines a field of transactions and negotiations, employing elements of geometric formalism to delineate various positions of inclusion and exclusion, participation and observation, and the particular and universal. The circle, line, and square in … +

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New Theatre

The Gates of Choice. From Nov 13th through Dec 14th, 2008.  New Theatre continues with its second World Premiere of the season with Michelle Rosenfarb’s coming of age drama, The Gates of Choice making its World debut on November 13th, 2008.  Set in Israel’s ultra orthodox quarter of Mea Shearim, a Hasidic young woman facing an arranged marriage finds refuge and answers … +

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Kaiju Monster Invasion in Miami Beach

ArtCenter/South Florida. Dec 2008.  The ArtCenter/South Florida is presenting a group show titled Kaiju, curated by Harold Golen. Kaiju is a Japanese word that means "strange beast," but is often translated in English as "monster."  The most famous Kaiju is Godzilla. Other well-known Kaiju include Mothra, Anguirus, Rodan, Gamera, and King Ghidorah. During the 1960’s in Japan, toy vinyl figures of popular Japanese … +

Music

Miami Dade Parks Noches Tropicales

Concert Season. From Dec 5th, 2008 through Mar 13th, 2009.  Miami-Dade Park and Recreation Department announces Noches Tropicales 2008-2009 free concert series. This season features internationally recognized artists Albita on December 5th, 2008, Las Calles de Buenos Aries on January 23rd, 2009 and Tiempo Libre on March 13th, 2009. All concerts begin at 8:00 p.m. and take place at Tropical Park, 7900 … +

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Curator's Voice Art Projects

Rosario Bond. From Nov 8th, 2008 through Feb 14th, 2009.  Curator's Voice Art Project, led by Milagros Bello, presents a solo exhibition of paintings by Rosario Bond titled Lipstick on November 8th, 2008. Rosario Bond specializes in neo-expressionistic paintings made out with thick layers of impasto, in which figures, objects and nature intertwine in voracious and parodic relationships. Her most recent series … +

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David Castillo Gallery

Glexis Novoa. From Nov 8th through Dec 1st, 2008.Old / New is a solo exhibition by Glexis Novoa starting November 8th at David Castillo Gallery. Novoa renders cityscapes like peering into a curio cabinet and coming face-to-horizon with societal apocalypse in miniature. In Harold and the Purple Crayon, a children's book by Crockett Johnson, Harold draws his own picaresque narrative into being. … +

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Free Fun for Families at the Arsht Center

From Nov 2008 through May 2009.  The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is offering a new opportunity every month for the entire community to enjoy a free and fun family experience at the Center. Family Fest will take place on the first Saturday of each month from November, 2008 through May, 2009, and features interactive activities for … +

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Art Basel's Art Projects

at Lummus Park. December 2008.  This year’s Art Projects sector features nine projects by international artists, more than ever before. For the first time, most of Art Projects will be presented in a single site: Lummus Park, on Ocean Drive between 10th and 14th Street; one will be on view at Watson Island, 888 MacArthur Causeway, Miami. Displayed in the public space … +

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Dot Fiftyone Gallery

Leslie Gabaldon. From Nov 8th, 2008 through Jan 20th, 2009.Leslie Gabaldon's And Let it go…Collective loss: another visual register of unavoidable thoughts, a composition of photography and language, opens on November 8th, 2008 and runs through January 20th at Dot Fiftyone Gallery's Project Room.

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George Balanchine's The Nutcracker

Miami City Ballet. From Dec 14th through Dec 23rd, 2008.   Sugar Plum Fairies and Candy Canes dance on a holiday stage this season at two venues in South Florida. A beautifully decorated Christmas tree grows from twelve to thirty feet tall, winter snow flakes fall before your very eyes, and a little Nutcracker doll magically comes alive to rescue a young girl … +

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Panamerican Art Projects

Two views: From Oct 25th through Nov 22nd, 2008.  In this exhibition, Panamerican Art Projects is presenting the work of two contemporary Cuban painters: Pedro Pablo Oliva and Rene Francisco Rodriguez, whose work is a direct result of their environment. These two artists are from two different generations, which undoubtedly influences their perception. Their views about social circumstances differ, and they take … +

Events

7th Annual Miami Short Film Festival

From Nov 17th through Nov 23rd, 2008.  Discover a world of short film at the 7th Annual Miami Short Film Festival. Over 80 films from 26 countries will show throughout 22 screenings at 6 venues. Panel discussions, filmmaker Q&As, and after-parties are included in the weeklong event.