Cinema

X screens at O, Cinema South Beach

From March 18 - 24, 2022

In 1979 some young filmmakers set out to make an adult film in rural Texas, but when their reclusive, elderly hosts catch them in the act, the cast members find themselves in a fight for their lives. Written and directed by acclaimed genre filmmaker Ti West, this wild slasher stars Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Martin Henderson, Brittany Snow, and Scott Mescudi (aka … +

Opportunities

Office Manager/ Box Office Manager, Fantasy Theatre Factory at the Sandrell Rivers Theater

Fantasy Theatre Factory at The Sandrell Rivers Theater is seeking an Office/Box Office Manager to join our team in an entry-level position on a full-time basis. As the key member of the FTF team, the primary responsibility of the Office/Box Office Manager is to oversee the day-to-day operating function of our office, as well as our box office and concessions operations. We … +

LifeStyle

Photo Walk with photographer Luis Cobelo

Saturday, March 19, 2022, 11:00am

Join Leica Store Miami for a Coral Gables photo walk with photographer Luis Cobelo. This is a great opportunity to photograph alongside Luis and learn about his process. Luis is an expert explorer of the uncharted waters of imagination, and through his art, he invites people to step into other worlds and alternate dimensions. Expand your imagination, engage with your environment, and … +

News

Miami Film Festival announces full list of award winners from our 39th edition

With another year in the books, Miami Film Festival is thrilled to announce the full list of award winners from our 39th edition! Making its US premiere, the Haiti-set Freda directed by Géssica Généus, earned the Festival’s top jury prize, the $25,000 Knight MARIMBAS Award, supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, an international competition for new narrative feature … +

Literature

Vanishing Cuba: An Evening with Michael Chinnici at Books and Books

April 11, 6:30 pm

VANISHING CUBA is a visual storytelling project by American photographer Michael Chinnici. The collection depicts the changes Cuba is facing as it emerges from more than 60 years of isolation and decay. Michael’s 24 trips to Cuba have yielded tens of thousands of photographs, thought provoking and emotional stories, and created lifelong friendships. Vanishing Cuba is about capturing the past, present and … +

Art Fairs

PALM BEACH MODERN + CONTEMPORARY

From March 24 - 27, 2022

The Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Fair (PBM+C), presented by Art Miami announces new dates and a new location for the 2022 edition. The Fair will relocate to the Palm Beach County Convention Center opening with an exclusive VIP Preview benefiting the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens on Thursday, March 24, and will run through Sunday, March 27. The Palm Beach Modern … +

Visual Arts

Carlos Alfonzo: Late Paintings at ICA Miami

From April 21 – November 27, 2022

ICA Miami is proud to present “Carlos Alfonzo: Late Paintings,” which brings together over a dozen paintings from 1990, the artist’s final year of production. Relying on an established exhibition and research practice of delving into significant periods in artists’ work, ICA Miami takes a deep and definitive look at the final series of works in Alfonzo’s oeuvre. The largest gathering of … +

Visual Arts

Pan American Art Projects presents Memories, by Lisandra Ramirez

April 2 -July 2, 2022

Memories, by Lisandra Ramirez, is curated by Gabriela Azcuy and it is a reconstruction of the memory of the artist’s childhood, where the objects are not recreated as they are, but as they are remembered, sometimes as collages or fused images. “In her artistic practice, the child’s object —in most cases reimagined — blends with the remains of historic porcelain, cutlery, and … +

Literature

Packing for Mars for Kids: A Virtual Evening with Mary Roach and Brad Meltzer on CROWDCAST

April 6, 2022, 6:00pm

“America’s funniest science writer” (Washington Post) asks the questions children ask in this young readers adaptation of her best-selling Packing for Mars. What is it like to float weightlessly in the air? What happens if you vomit in your helmet during a spacewalk? How do astronauts go to the bathroom? Is it true that they don’t shower? Can farts really be deadly … +

Visual Arts

Pan American Art Projects presents Carbon, by Serlian Barreto

April 2 -July 2, 2022

Carbón, by Serlian Barreto, is a series composed of work produced over the last two years as a homage to his grandfather, who is a life-long producer and exporter of coal in Cuba. Barreto grew up with his grandfather and gained in-depth knowledge of the specifics of turning organic materials into coal, to later be used as fuel: from gathering raw materials, … +

Music

Cuba virtuoso Orlando Alonso plays Bach at New World Symphony

Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 7:30pm

On the 300th Anniversary of the publication of this monumental work, Pianist Orlando Alonso will perform the Well-Tempered Clavier Part I composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. Introductions and conversation with Musicologist Frank Cooper. Cuban born pianist and conductor Orlando Alonso has already established a flourishing international reputation through his orchestral and recital performances in North America, South America, and Europe. Noted for … +

Music

The Gianni Bianchini Trio at the Arts Garage

Mar 26, 2022, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Gianni Bianchini Trio encompasses the jazz tradition of this great American music and simultaneously pushes the boundaries for the next generation of jazz musicians. The trio will be performing for the first time at the Arts Garage since 2019 and will feature new arrangements of the American classics that span the generations. International recording artist Dr. Gianni Bianchini is among the leading … +

Literature

Meet a poet with O, Miami Poetry Festival at Books & Books

Begins April 1, 2022

In celebration of both National Poetry Month and the 40th Anniversary of Books & Books, South Florida-based poets are available to the public at Books & Books Coral Gables throughout the month of April for two alternating micro-residency engagements. Check out a Poet invites the general public to spend 15 minutes of one-on-one time with a local poet, hear them read, ask … +

Visual Arts

Onajide Shabaka: On the edge of tomorrows… on view at Emerson Dorsch

Through March 26, 2022

The show is a selection of works made throughout Shabaka’s five-decade career, evoking the artist’s range of expression and the web of connections he makes between stories, ethnobotany, deep mapping, and anthropology, among many other themes. With his practice and work, the artist imbues into his practice a model of how one can hold accumulated memories of horrific truths in history and … +

Cinema

Mothering Sunday at Coral Gables Art Cinema

April 8, 2022

“There’s a real potency to how [Eva] Husson contrasts the sexual frankness of the young lovers’ meetings with the miserable ritual of their outside lives – the difference between white sheets and the deep reds and fussy florals of an Edwardian parlor room. —Clarisse Loughrey, The Independent “One of the sexiest period dramas in some time”—The Hollywood Reporter On a warm spring … +

Music

Sphinx Virtuosi: Tracing Visions at New World Symphony

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 7:30pm

Tracing Visions sets out to challenge and evolve our “classical “canon by illuminating a new pathway for listening, sharing, and artistic expression. As we trace visions of the past, we summon Ginastera’s epic work for strings. We revel in the sounds of gospel and Cuban dance music. We seek to tell a more complete story of America through the voice of Xavier … +

Literature

The Coward: A Virtual Afternoon with Jarred McGinnis and Chloé Cooper Jones at Books and Books

Thursday, April 14, 1:00pm ET

After a car accident Jarred discovers he’ll never walk again. Confined to a ‘giant roller-skate’, he finds himself with neither money nor job. Worse still, he’s forced to live back home with the father he hasn’t spoken to in ten years. Add in a shoplifting habit, an addiction to painkillers and the fact that total strangers now treat him like he’s an … +

Performing Arts

Area Stage Company presents This Is Our Youth

April 15th - May 1st. Fri, Sat, Sun

Set in New York in 1982, the script follows forty-eight hours in the lives of three very lost young souls: Warren, a dejected nineteen-year-old who has just stolen $15,000 from his abusive, tycoon father; Dennis, his charismatic drug-dealing friend who helps Warren put the stolen money to good use; and, Jessica, the anxiously insightful young woman who Warren yearns for. Funny, painful, … +

Music

Lenore Raphael Trio pays tribute to Oscar Peterson and The Modern Jazz Quartet

Saturday, Apr 2, 2022, 8:30pm

The Lenore Raphael trio with Steve Hobbs, vibes, and Hilliard Greene, bass will play a dynamic mix of jazz standards reminiscent of Oscar Peterson and The Modern Jazz quartet but will give them their own spin on these tunes. Lenore Raphael, is an internationally renowned jazz Pianist, Steinway artist, radio host, and jazz teacher and has been critically acclaimed as one of … +

Arts Marketing

How to Balance Creativity and the Business of Art

The business of art is something many artists avoid. They enjoy selling their work but not the tasks involved in creating opportunities to get their work into the marketplace. So how can artists make art and operate a business that helps them sell their artworks? I am interested in art as a means of living a life; not as a means of … +

Arts Marketing

How to Sell Art at Shows

Here are tips and observations from selling show space and attending fine art consumer and trade shows for decades. My knowledge comes from participating in fine art, home furnishing, interior design showrooms, and marts in the day. Like many artists, vendors, and exhibitors, I miss the glory days of ArtExpo New York in the Jacob Javits Center, the Decor Expo Atlanta in … +

Cinema

Desperately Seeking Susan at Coral Gables Art Cinema

Saturday March 26, 2022, 9:00pm

In 1985, Susan Seidelman blessed the planet with Desperately Seeking Susan, a screwball East Village fantasia about amnesia, Egyptian artifacts, mob killings, mistaken identities, jacuzzi sales, magic acts, suburban ennui, Nefertiti’s earrings, and an extremely rad jacket. Leora Barish’s script had been lingering in development hell for years, with studios passing on it because, as producer Sarah Pillsbury put it in 2015, … +

Museums

Radical Conventions: Cuban American Art from the 1980s at Lowe Art Museum

March 17 – June 12, 2022

By the 1980s, the first waves of Cuban exiles who migrated to South Florida in the previous two decades had begun to establish themselves as an economic force with increasing political power. In the process they developed an ideological narrative around which the community could rally; that is, to liberate Cuba from communism. This thinking not only informed their political and social … +

Music

Then and Now: Rebekah Heller live at New World Symphony

Sunday, March 20, 2022 at 2:00pm

Artistic Director Emeritus, NWS alumna Rebekah Heller returns to New World Symphony to share works by today’s visionaries and yesterday’s trailblazers. From Hannah Kendall’s scenes of World War I to Ruth Crawford Seeger’s playful Suite, the pieces explore myriad emotions and techniques. Johannes Brahms’ Piano Quintet is often called the crown of his chamber music. Rebekah Heller is an artist whose work … +