Arte Flamenco at the Arsht Center for the Perfoming Arts

From Jan 7 through 15, 2012. Ballet Flamenco La Rosa, Clarita Filgueiras – Flamenco Puro, Siempre Flamenco, The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County and PAN, Performing Arts Network announced the inaugural edition of Arte Flamenco, an international flamenco event that will take place in the Carnival Studio Theater (in the Ziff Ballet Opera House) at the Adrienne … +


Urban Fiction Author Hannah Spivey Speaks at AARLCC

The African-American Research Library and Cultural Center. Jan 4, 2012. 5:30 p.m. Hannah Spivey is an author, a supporter of women’s empowerment and a domestic violence activist. She will be discussing her novel, Ebony the Beloved, at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center on Wednesday, January 4, 2012 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.


An Affair of the Arts Performance and Gala

Gusman Center for the Performing Arts. Jan 14, 2012. On Saturday, January 14, 2012, at An Affair of the Arts Performance and Gala, YoungArts will honor actor Robert Redford with the Arison Award; visual artist Doug Aitken with the Alumni Award; and arts administrator Robert Lynch, President of the Americans for the Arts, with the YoungArts Leadership Award. The gala, held at … +


YoungArts Week in Miami

From Jan 9 through 14, 2012. YoungArts, the core program of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA), has announced the names of the emerging young artists, ages 17 and 18, who will be recognized by the program in 2012 for their excellence in the visual, literary and performing arts. Of the 597 national winners, 152 finalists will come to … +


Ballet Etoile presents Carmen

Aventura Arts & Cultural Center. Jan 4 and 5, 2012. Ballet Etoile has developed a reinterpretation of Carmen that features contemporary ballet, a beautiful set and costumes, and brazenly sultry characters. Unlike the opera, which focuses on later parts of the original novella, Mazuch’s ballet will include nuances often left out in other adaptations. Slightly anachronistic in its retelling, Carmen will bring … +


MOCA Nomi. Mark Handforth: Rolling Stop

Through Feb 19, 2012. Inspired by everyday urban existence, Mark Handforth’s sculptures are poetic, lyrical, and wryly comical objects that comment on daily life and human interaction. Through a corporeal engagement with scale and distortion of form, Handforth imbues works such as an illuminated street lamp resting on the ground, a weeping neon moon, and a monumental coat hanger with distinctive personalities.


Diana Lowenstein Gallery. Thoughts, Meditations, Acts

Through Jan 30, 2012. Xawery Wolski’s Thoughts, Meditations, Acts is a continuation of the artist’s experimentations with terracotta, bronze, steel, seeds and natural fibers searching for ways to meld them organically while infusing them with a spiritual, complex and introspective energy. Although his method may be described as an interpretation of contemporary concepts and theories through the use of traditional handcrafting techniques, … +


ArtSight Gallery Grand Opening Ceremony

Jan 16, 2011. 6:30 p.m. The newest art gallery in Coral Gables, ArtSight, is inviting the public to be part of their grand opening celebration featuring a ribbon cutting ceremony with the mayor of Coral Gables, Jim Cason. ArtSight Gallery is an alliance of three sculptors and three painters bringing their creativity and entrepreneurial spirit to the Gables.