Music

Choral Music of the Civil War

April 6 and 7, 2013. The University of Miami Collegium Musicum, under the direction of Dr. Donald Oglesby, will present a concert of Choral Music of the Civil War. The Collegium Musicum is a long-standing choral ensemble associated with the University of Miami which has received acclaim for its performances in conjunction with the Miami Bach Society.

Events

Eat Drink Support Art Fundraiser Event at Dimensions Variable

April 8, 2013, 7:00 – 11:00 p.m. Spend an evening at Dimensions Variable and experience the culinary delights by one of Miami’s hottest chefs – Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House in Coral Gables. Enjoy cocktails by 42BELOW Vodka, wine by Betts & Scholl and music by Romulo Del Castillo of Schematic. Tour the founder’s studios and meet the artists.

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Ballet Etoile presents The House of Bernarda Alba

Aventura Arts & Cultural Center. April 4, 2013, 8:00 p.m. Ballet Etoile has returned to Aventura Arts & Cultural Center with one night only performance The House Of Bernarda Alba. Artistic Director Tomas Mazuch has created a danced adaptation of tragic tale of frustration and explosive passion in a household of women ruled by tyrannical mother.

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New World School of the Arts presents The Beaux Tratagem

From April 3 through 7, 2013. New World School of the Art’s college theater students present the once forgotten restoration comedy The Beaux Stratagem, by George Farguhar, adapted by Thornton Wilder and KenLudwig. With a cast comprised of college juniors and seniors, NWSA acting professor James Randolph directs the play with the assistance of published author Edward Rozinsky, who serves as fight … +

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Dorsch Gallery launches new exhibition space as Emerson Dorsch

April 2013. Dorsch Gallery announced that it has changed its name to Emerson Dorsch. The move reflects the partnership of husband and wife co-owners Brook Dorsch and Tyler Emerson-Dorsch. The name change coincides with the launch of its completely renovated gallery space featuring two exhibitions: Brookhart Jonquil’s In a Perfect World and Rene Barge’s Relay in the new Project Room.

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WDNA Jazz Gallery to exhibit works from the Edna Glaubman Family Collection

Featuring Latin Jazz Quintet New World BeatOpening reception: Saturday, March 30, 2013, 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.From March 30 through May 10, 2013. From Saturday, March 30 through Saturday, May 10, 2013, the Jazz Gallery at the WDNA Studios in Coral Gables will feature the original artwork of Edna Glaubman, an influential American artist who lived and worked in Miami from 1961 to … +

Museums

Modern Meals and Women in Motion at the Wolfsonian Museum

Through September 29, 2013. Modern Meals examines how advances in technology and design reshaped the places where food was produced, sold, cooked and eaten from the turn of the century into the post-1945 period, while Women in Motion displays images of physically active women produced by governments, fitness advocates, advertisers, and artists in Europe and the United States during the first half … +

Art Fairs

MIA Encore Aboard Sea Fair

From April 4 through 7, 2013. On the heels of the successful Miami International Art Fair (MIA), IFAE is pleased to we are pleased to invite you as our guest to MIA Encore aboard SeaFair, docked at Bayfront Park in the heart of Miami’s Downtown Arts & Entertainment District. 

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Nick Gentry's Xchange opens at Robert Fontaine Gallery

Opening reception: April 13, 2013. 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.From April 13 through May 4, 2013. Robert Fontaine Gallery showcases new works by London-based artist Nick Gentry in a solo exhibition entitled “XChange.” Gentry works with recently discarded technology, such as floppy discs, x-rays, and film negatives, to compose imagined identities through painted portraits.

Architecture

Studying the Digital Revolution in Art and Architecture

Wolfsonian Museum – FIU. March 2013. Eighteen FIU architecture graduate students are spending a good deal of their spring semester closely examining objects from the Wolfsonian museum’s collection as part of their coursework for Space, Society and the Digital: Virtual Worlds and Visual Aesthetics, taught by Winifred E. Newman, associate professor in the College of Architecture + the Arts.