7th year of Locust Arts Builders at Locust Projects

Through Jul 30, 2016

The 7th year of LAB (Locust Arts Builders) features 23 South Florida high school students selected to create at Locust Projects under the direction of Miami-based artists Monica Lopez de Victoria (TM Sisters) and Francesco Lo Castro. This initiative allows young artists to learn the practical aspects of creating a public exhibition. The LAB program extends Locust Projects’ commitment to innovate in … +


Miami Lyric Opera presents Tosca by Giacomo Puccini

Aug 27 - 28, 2016

The worldwide known Opera Tosca by Giacomo Puccini released for the first time in 1900 will be performed by Miami Lyric Opera as a part of its current season. This Opera in three acts by Giacomo Puccini with libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa will have Nathalie Avila as FLoria Tosca, Enrique Pina as Mario Cavaradossi, Nelson Martinez as Baron Scarpia … +


Recent Cinema From Spain at Olympia Theater

Nov 17 - 20, 2016

The 6th Annual Recent Cinema From Spain series in Miami, held at the Olympia Theater will showcase six of Spain’s most acclaimed films of the year. Over the last years, the premiere Spanish Film Series has brought the best of Spanish Cinema and their stars, including Javier Cámara, Antonio de la Torre, Goya Toledo, Juan Diego Botto, Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Amaia Salamanca, … +


Colorado: Locust Projects

Through Jul 30, 2016

Locust Projects presents Colorado, a new project by this year’s LAB MFA artists, Beki Basch and Laura Hughes. The exhibition consists of imagery relating to cars and the American landscape, a sculptural interpretation of the experience of taking a cross-country roadtrip. Two podiums have been conceived as commemorative portraits of Michèle Mouton, the woman who won the Pike’s Peak Hill Climb in … +


Speaking of Abstraction at Durban Segnini Gallery

Through Jul 30, 2016

Speaking of Abstraction, language transitions in Latin American Art is curated by Dennys Matos, the show considers artists from six generations whose contributions and paths made of Abstraction the most influential tendency in the historiography of Latin American Contemporary Art of the XX century. The exhibition presents a selection of 12 crucial abstract artists from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Uruguay and … +


MAD CAT Live Band Performs Neil Young’s On The Beach

Aug 12 - 14, 2016

The acclaimed Mad Cat Live Band returns with their performance of Neil Young’s fifth studio album On The Beach, released in 1974. The album is the third installment in Young’s self-proclaimed “Ditch Trilogy” and follows Young’s disenfranchisement with the record industry and the state of the country at large. An unparalleled album for die-hard Neil Young fans. Aug 12, 2016, 8 pm … +


MOCA exhibits Intersectionality in South Florida

Through Aug 14, 2016

Curated by Richard Haden and focusing on the works of South Florida artists this exhibition explores concepts and issues of intersectionality, namely the ways in which oppressive institutions are interconnected and cannot be examined separately from one another. It also includes key artists whose practice is based outside South Florida. Collectively, all work in the exhibition works in tandem, to activate localized … +


David Hayes: Small Sculpture and Gouache Studies at Lowe Art Museum

Through Jul 31, 2016

A focused micro-exhibit, this show highlights the work of artist David Hayes, who is remembered for his monumental cut-steel sculptures that have been featured in some 300 exhibitions both domestically and abroad. It includes six pairs of preparatory drawings and maquettes, or models, for Hayes’s full-sized colorful works, and sheds light on the sculptor’s artistic process, both intellectual and aesthetic, revealing the … +


Actors' Playhouse: Buyer and Cellar

Jul 13 - Aug 7, 2016

Buyer and Cellar now starring Chris Crawford, was considered the most talked-about comedy of last year’s Off-Broadway Season, winner of the 2013 Drama Desk Award is a one-man tour-de-force. An underemployed Los Angeles actor goes to work in Barbra Streisand’s Malibu basement. What follows is a riotously funny new play that gets every comedic element right, ultimately questioning the price of fame. … +


ArtCenter/South Florida: Everything good I have is from a long time ago

Through Aug 21, 2016

Miranda Burns’ Everything good I have is from a long time ago is a visual odyssey exploring the last phase of her mother’s battle with cancer. In this installation, the vitrine is transformed into a domestic bunker where Burns curates her mother’s embodiment in the space through the perspective of artist and daughter, treating her personal items and photographs as though she … +


Wagnerian Soprano Christine Goerke at New World Symphony

Jul 16, 2016, 7:30 PM

As a part of Miami Music Festival Soprano Christine Goerke and bass-baritone Alan Held, two of the world’s most pre-eminent Wagnerian singers will debut with festival’s inaugural Miami Wagner Institute. The first year of this unprecedented program culminates with a concert featuring excerpts from Wagner’s Die Walküre. Amongst the world’s most in-demand Wagnerians, Goerke (“Brünnhilde” in upcoming productions at the Metropolitan Opera), … +