Editorial

Indie Cinema Profile: Meet Tower Theater Miami

Chances are if you’re a film buff or happen to frequent Little Havana, you have attended at film at the Tower Theater. Hopefully you have, given that it is an institution in Miami’s film community. Not only is it a site for screenings during the yearly Miami Film Festival (taking place this year March 3-12), but they also screen award-winning and retrospective … +

Editorial

Truth Seeker Laurie Anderson Captivates Packed House at Frost Art Museum FIU

It was a packed house recently when the internationally renowned experimental composer and performance artist Laurie Anderson spoke at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU. Anderson spoke as part of the Steven & Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture Series. The room broke out in rousing applause as Anderson, with her hair in a small bun atop her head and dressed … +

News

Arsht Center Announces New Broadway Season

  Excitement filled the air as season subscribers and other VIP guests milled around the lobby and then took their seats for the recent ArtsLaunch event at the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. The VIP event was a first look at the upcoming 2017-18 Broadway in Miami series, the 12th presented at the Arsht, as hints were dropped about a few … +

Events

Miami Arts Marketing Project Labs Continue at Arsht Center through April

The Miami Arts Marketing Project (MAMP) is a collaborative high impact series that provides an entry into the latest trends in arts marketing, innovation and exploration of new partnerships and audiences. This cross industry gathering of the creative economy continues into Spring. Last month, marketing and social media individuals from arts organization gathered at the Arsht to partake in sessions, where they … +

Editorial

Indie Cinema Profile: Cosford Cinema

Named after the late Miami Herald Film Critic Bill Cosford, the Cosford Cinema on the University of Miami Coral Gables Campus at 60 years old is Miami’s longest running arthouse cinema. The building itself was erected in 1947 and wasn’t a cinema at all but the Beaumont Lecture Hall. It wasn’t until the 1950s that the space was converted into a cinema … +

Editorial

Jog your memory at ‘MemoryLab’ exhibit at HistoryMiami

Thu 9 Mar, 2017 - Sun 16 Apr, 2017

Bringing together the long-standing Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Archive Images at Miami-Dade College and newcomers Obsolete Media Miami (OMM) was an ingenious way for HistoryMiami to present their current exhibition MemoryLab which ends its run on Sunday, April 16. Rene Ramos, archives director at Miami-Dade College and Mike Knoll, vice president of curatorial affairs at HistoryMiami, conceptualized the show, … +