Visual Arts

In terms of Collage at David Castillo Gallery

Thu Jun 7, 2018 - Fri Aug 31, 2018

David Castillo Gallery exhibits In terms of collage, a group exhibition with works by Sanford Biggers, Kate Gilmore, Francie Bishop Good, Quisqueya Henriquez, Susan Lee-Chun, Kalup Linzy, Pepe Mar, and Shinique Smith.The show explores the expanded possibilities of collage as medium, pictorial strategy, and storytelling device in the 21st century. The legacy of collage is codified alongside that of the readymade. Emerging … +

Cinema

The Complete Studio Ghibli in 2 Weeks! at Coral Gables Cinema

Fri Jun 1, 2018 - Thu Jun 14, 2018

For over three decades, Studio Ghibli has transported audiences across the globe to magical realms filled with fantastic creatures and awe-inspiring sights. Led by co-founders Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata, the Japanese studio has garnered numerous awards, set box office records, and touched the hearts of children and adults alike. Join Coral Gables Cinema for a two-week celebration as we present, in … +

Museums

Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly at MoCA NoMi

Through Sun Aug 5, 2018

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami will present the group exhibition Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly, curated by Risa Puleo, the exhibition features the works of 37 artists who are native to the Americas separated into conceptual categories including indigenous, immigrant and assimilated.   The exhibition focuses on the monarch, the only butterfly … +

Music

Symphony of the Americas Annual Summerfest 2018: Concerts and Venues

Sat Jul 14, 2018 - Fri Aug 10, 2018

The Symphony of the Americas 30th Anniversary season celebration continues, with its acclaimed summer music festival presenting one month of performances throughout Florida and the Americas. Refreshing cool waters and the Oscar-winning movie Shape of Water, are all inspirations for Ft. Lauderdale’s own Symphony of the Americas annual Summerfest – The Shape of Music. Orchestra of Rome, the Hungarian Virtuosi, Orchestra Symphonique … +

Music

Frost Chopin Festival at UM Gusman Concert Hall

Mon Jun 25, 2018 - Sat Jun 30, 2018

Presented in partnership with the Chopin Foundation of The United States, the Frost Chopin Academy is presenting the Frost Chopin Festival which allows concertgoers to enjoy a weeklong celebration of the music of Chopin and beyond featuring world-class artists from around the globe. This year’s festival features performances by pianists Dang Thai Son, Margarita Shevchenko, Katarzyna Popowa-Zydron, Kevin Kenner, jazz pianist Shelly … +

Opportunities

Life Is Art Announces NEW Program “Plugged In”

Dear Friends, Life Is Art is excited to announce our newest program, “Plugged In!” This connects event planners, industry professionals, businesses, and private entertainment seekers to local artists, entertainers, and production crew. We welcome Salome Garcia as our newest team member heading up this program! Get plugged in to our vast network to enhance your event or work space. Life is Art … +

Performing Arts

Stage Door Theatre presents From Door to Door

Through Sun Jul 1, 2018

This James Sherman’ bittersweet comedy is about three generations of American women. Mary Goodman, a woman of the “greatest generation” is mourning the loss of her husband. Her daughter, Deborah, is encouraging her to end her period of mourning and move on with a new independence.

In a series of scenes between Mary, Deborah, and Mary’s mother Bessie, Mary reflects back on her life … +

Performing Arts

Lightning Bolt Productions presents Into The Woods

Fri Jun 8, 2018 - Sun Jun 17, 2018

Into the Woods gives a modern twist to the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales in a musical format following the classic tales of Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Rapunzel-all tied together in an original story involving a baker and his wife, their wish to begin a family and their interaction with the witch who has put a … +

Performing Arts

On Stage ART by New City Players

Thu Jun 14, 2018 - Sun Jul 1, 2018

Winner of the 1998 Tony Award for Best Play. “My friend Serge has bought a painting … a white painting with white lines.” Is such a purchase absurd or the height of fashion? This loaded question shakes the foundation of a lifelong friendship. Marc, Serge, and Yvan’s arguments over the painting spiral from lofty artistic theory to the kind of sharp, personal attacks … +

Visual Arts

Art and Culture Center of Hollywood holds Dual Roles, Artists as Parents

Fri Jun 8, 2018 - Sun Aug 19, 2018

Focusing on artists who are also organizers and parents, Dual Roles will raise awareness about how American culture perceives parenting in relationship to artistic careers. Leading artist organizations have begun conducting surveys about how artists raise their kids and pursue creative practices simultaneously. In South Florida, many of our community organizers are also parents and bring their kids to openings. The model … +

Visual Arts

Linda Lopez’ Intermission at Mindy Solomon Gallery

Jun 2-Jul 21, 2018

Linda Lopez creates works that imply familiarity without being specific. Linda Lopez creates spaces. Her works are sculptural vignettes. Each piece corresponds to the other in a kind of object dialog that feels vaguely familiar but at the same time is refreshingly unique. Her works invite touch and exploration that engages the viewer to consider further. In her second solo exhibition at … +

Performing Arts

Equuus by Palm Beach Dramaworks

Through Sun Jun 3, 2018

Equus is a play by Peter Shaffer written in 1973, telling the story of a psychiatrist who attempts to treat a young man who has a pathological religious fascination with horses. Shaffer was inspired to write Equus when he heard of a crime involving a 17-year-old who blinded six horses in a small town. He set out to construct a fictional account … +

Visual Arts

Mindy Solomon Gallery exhibits Mathew McConnell’ February, February

Jun 2-Jul 21, 2018

February, February a solo exhibition by Mathew McConnell. The artist finds hidden messages in the depths of black charcoal. By mimicking pattern and repeating textures he creates a conversation that visually stimulates the viewer. The resulting forms vary between what could be mistaken as a facsimile of another artist’s work and an artwork with a source seemingly outside any individual reference. Mathew … +

Dance

Bring it Live! 2018 at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Saturday, June 30, 2018 - 8:00 PM

Straight out of the Dollhouse Dance Factory, come see the main event featuring Miss D’s top girls as they high kick, shake and flip their way to the top. From Jackson, MI to the Au-Rene stage, the Bring It! LIVE features the hottest, show-stopping routines with all the bucking, hair flips and death drops you can handle. The Dancing Dolls have pulled … +

Visual Arts

Tom Scicluna’ 6319 NW 2nd Avenue at Nina Johnson

Through Jun 2, 2018

Nina Johnson exhibits  6319 NW 2nd Avenue, Tom Scicluna’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Scicluna continues his practice of sourcing nearby found material and composing it in such a way as to trace new connections between the gallery and surrounding social contexts. The title of the show—a phantom address next to the gallery refers to the continuing effacement of Miami’s urban landscape, and the … +

Visual Arts

Artists Gian Paolo Minelli / Michelle Weinberg at Dot FiftyOne Gallery

Through Jun 17, 2018

Dot Fiftyone Gallery is pleased to announce two simultaneous exhibitions “The Skin of the Cities” by the Swiss photographer Gian Paolo Minelli in gallery one, and “Selections from Something Vast” by Miami based Michelle Weinberg. For Minelli, photography is an instrument for investigating the people and places making up his world. He alternates within a twin-theme register: portrait/self-portrait and urban reality. Minelli has over the … +

Performing Arts

Opening New Windows: A Tribute to Angela Lansbury by Delray Beach Playhouse

Through Wed Jun 6, 2018

Angela Lansbury has enjoyed an astonishing career as a performer succeeding  in every phase of show business. She earned her first Academy Award nomination at the age of 17 in Gaslight. Later she starred in the popular television series, Murder, She Wrote. In 1966, she conquered Broadway with her dazzling performance as Mame. Later, she created the iconic role of “Mrs. Lovett” … +

Opportunities

Scholl Lecture Series: Laurent Dubois at PAMM

May 31, 2018

For those who love the game of soccer or want to learn more about it. Professor Laurent Dubois, specialist on Haiti and the Caribbean within the transatlantic frame and authority on all things fútbol, will join us to close out the fourth year of the Scholl Lecture Series. Dubois will reflect on the work of artists from PAMM’s special exhibition, The World’s … +

Dance

Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami “Aurora’s Wedding” at Miami Dade County Auditorium

Jun 9, 2018

Cuban Classic Ballet of Miami presents this year’s Annual Gala Performance, “Aurora’s Wedding,” the third act of “Sleeping Beauty” and one of the jewels of the Russian 19th Century classical ballets. Featuring Cuban prima Ballerina Yolanda Correa next to CCBM soloists and corps de ballet under the artistic direction of Pedro Pablo Peña. Miami-Dade County Auditorium 2901 West Flagler St Miami, FL 33135 305.547.5414 … +

Visual Arts

ICA Miami: Paintings by Francis Alÿs

Through Dec 2, 2018

ICA Miami hosts a presentation of paintings by Francis Alÿs based on three important multi-panel works in the museum’s permanent collection. The artist’s “Sign Painting Project” series (1993–97), one of his first important bodies of work, involves his close collaboration with three commercial sign makers in Mexico City who copied, enlarged, or otherwise interpreted his original paintings. Alÿs in turn made new … +

Events

FUNDarte and Centro Cultural Español present Out in the Tropics 2018

Thursday, May 24th - Sunday, June 24th

Now in its ninth year, and extended to a month-long series, FUNDarte and Centro Cultural Español (CCEMiami), present Out in the Tropics 2018 (OITT) an exhilarating program of multi-disciplinary performance art; embracing story-rich poetry, a folklorist musician, a prolific lesbian Cuban painter, a Brazilian multi-disciplinary theater performance, and an exciting month-long season of seven new micro-theater plays. The event will run from … +

Visual Arts

Beyond Eroticism by Cuban Artist Rocío García at CCE

May 24-Jun 24, 2018

CCEMiami presents the first solo show by Cuban artist Rocio Garcia, Beyond eroticism -curated by Elvia Rosa Castro- this exhibition is part of the program Out in the Tropics by FUNDarte. Conceived as a representative compilation of Garcia’s work, this show includes paintings from different career stages of the artist, coming since mid-1990s to the present. The human body, eroticism, homoeroticism, and … +

Visual Arts

ICA Miami exhibits “Diamond Stingily: Life In My Pocket”

May 17-Oct 14, 2018

The first solo museum exhibition by the emerging New York-based artist Diamond Stingily. For her presentation at ICA Miami, Stingily will create a new installation that sees the artist using the form of the readymade and the monument to explore personal and shared memories of suburban life, black girlhood and racial violence. Working across disciplines, but with a concentration in sculpture and … +

Visual Arts

Charles Gaines: A Visionary Recital (After Terry Adkins) Performance at ICA Miami

May 19, 2018

ICA Miami presents the Miami debut of A Visionary Recital (after Terry Adkins) (2017), a composition by artist and musician Charles Gaines. Using a rigorous system of translation and notation derived from Gaines’s visual practice, Gaines converts a 1993 text written by Terry Adkins into a new musical composition. This performance is presented on the occasion of the opening of “Terry Adkins: … +