Our ability to foresee a promising future in the arts relies on our dedication to the continued support and endorsement of young artists, as the formation of our emerging talents is key in the process … +
By Manuela Gabaldon
More than 200 years ago, a massive deportation of African slaves to the coasts of the French colony of Saint Dominique created a new Pan African state.
By Manuela Gabaldon
Our city of Miami has not always been recognized for its incredible art scene. In fact, our advancement into one of the most important ports of the arts in the US has been quite the … +
Art is an imprint of human life, of human creation. One of the focuses of anthropology is the effect of these captured moments in images on the people of their time.
A visit to the Playground Theatre takes me back to my school days in which a field trip to the theater was the highlight of my week.
By choosing these seven artists, whose work in terms of concept seems disparate, Mosquera hopes to emphasize a lateral movement toward denarration and the dialogue created between their works. The exhibition as a whole does … +
Its roots in South Florida go back to the time of Pearl Harbor, and it has stood as an artistic bulwark against financial challenges and shifts in the culture. Reliable in its offerings and quality, … +
The three-story, 30,000 square foot structure that houses the Carlos and Rosa De La Cruz collection opened to an impressive turnout of visitors during Art Basel Miami Beach.
January 2010. Performing Arts Network (PAN), retakes center stage in a temporary facility at 13146 W. Dixie Highway in North Miami following a devastating fire that destroyed its former studio and black-box theatre in June … +
Jan 29th through Feb 2nd, 2010. Circa Puerto Rico returns with its fifth edition to the Puerto Rico Convention Center in the heart of San Juan with nearly 30 international galleries. Having achieved worldwide visibility, … +
February 27th and 28th, 2010. The University of Miami’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Program honors the 50th teaching anniversary of its founding professor, Lester Goran, author of 14 books, by launching a … +
March 13th and 14th, 2010. Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida presents “Chipollino,” a lively and entertaining ballet meant to delight audience members of any age. This popular Russian folktale, by Gianni Rodari, has been turned … +
From Jan 24th through Feb 14th, 2010. Miami Art Museum presents the 2010 Scholastic Art Awards and Exhibition, featuring artworks by Miami-Dade County middle and high school students, from January 24th through February 14th, 2010. … +
From Jan 9th through Feb 5th, 2010. New World Order or “NWO” refers to a conspiracy theory for the emergence of a one-world currency, religion, language and an absolute fascist One World Government.
Little Haiti Cultural Center. Feb 14th, 2010. 4:00 p.m. Dance Now! Ensemble heralds the Season of Love this February 14th with a cocktail reception at 4:00 pm followed by a performance at 5:00 pm. The … +
From Jan 9th through Feb 6th, 2010. Somewhere between humor and magic lies the work of Charley Friedman. He has an undying interest in eliciting emotion in the viewer, not the quick response of shock … +
Feb 11th, 2010. 7:30 p.m. To conclude the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial, the Jewish Museum of Florida presents “Music and Poetry of Lincoln’s Time” on Thursday, February 11th, 2010 at 7:30 p.m.
Feb 4th, 2010. 8:00 p.m. Shaffer Chimere Smith, better known by his stage name Ne-Yo, is an American pop and R&B singer – songwriter, record producer, actor, and occasional rapper. Since his debut, Ne-Yo has … +
Jewish Museum. Jan 31st, 2010. 2:00 p.m. Author Linda Corley will review her book, The Kennedy Family Album at the Jewish Museum of Florida this January 31st at 2:00 p.m. Bob Davidoff, whose studio was … +
Feb 2nd and 3rd, 2010. 7:30 p.m. The Miami Beach Cinematheque’s Tennessee Williams retrospective closes with a live play reading of the searing American Classic of greed and sexual frustration and its effect on a … +
From Jan 29th through 31st, 2010. The documentary Killing Kasztner, directed by Gaylen Ross in 2009, will be screened at the Miami Beach Cinematheque on January 29th through 31st as part of the film series … +
Jan 28th, 2010. 8:30 p.m. The film Suddenly Last Summer will be screened at the Miami Beach Cinematheque on January 28th as part of the ongoing series “Steamy Tennessee”. Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz in … +