Performing Arts

CCE Miami presents La Golondrina by Guillem Clua
Sep 12th,13th at 8:30 p.m | Sep 14th at 5 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.

The premiere of the Theater Play, La Golondrina by the Spanish play-writer Guillem Clua, inspired by the Pulse nightclub terrorist attacks in Orlando (USA) will take place at MDCA on September 12th-14th. What is it that make us human? Among all the things that we are and we do, what is it that truly defines our human nature? For Amelia, a mother heart … +


The Secret Life of Cities by Carlos Estévez at CCE
Thu Sep 6, 2018 - Thu Oct 18, 2018

An experiment with different kinds of handmade paper that Carlos found in local art supply stores. The city as a source of inspiration. The view consists of six installations of drawings on paper and an installation of objects that were found converted into masks. A result of the daily experiences of the artist –a conversation between the city’s stories and his own … +

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 … +

Performing Arts

CCE Miami Macro Directors for Microtheater: Carlos Diaz
Through May 20, 2018

The project Macro Directors for Microtheater will experiment with theatrical formats by inviting renowned theater directors to produce plays in the center’s microtheatres, located in shipping containers, where each 15-minute piece is part of a larger story that audience members can see in any order. This is the third KACM grant awarded to CCEMiami since 2012. Macro Directors will be divided into … +

Performing Arts

CCE Miami’ Microtheater presents I need a (Space) Man
Through Sun 15 Apr, 2018

I need a (Space) Man is a new comedy held by Microtheater at Centro Cultural Español. It portrays a bumbling social worker’s ‘dating’ anniversary which plans are thrown for a loop when he discovers his fiancée’s secret fetish…Will their relationship survive this new twist? Author: Michael Kingston Director: Michael Kingston Ensemble: Kris Bean and Shane Lowe Genre: Comedy Language: English Thursdays-Sundays 8PM-12AM … +


Goyescas. Piano Concert
Sat 9 Sep, 2017

CCEMiami presents piano concert “Goyescas. Los Majos Enamorados”, in collaboration with Joaquin Achucarro Foundation. The concert will be performed by three pianists: Yumi Palleschi, Victor Diaz and Marco Antonio Cuevas and highlights Spain’s rich influence in the world of the Arts, students from Joaquin Achucarro’s studio will perform the piano suite Goyescas op.11 written by Enrique Granados and inspired by the paintings of Francisco Goya. … +


Theater Festival at Microtheater Miami at CCE Miami
Through Sun 3 Sep, 2017

CCEMiami and Microtheater Miami present the new season Theater Festival opening on August 3rd until September 3rd. This season Microtheater will have special working hours Thursday to Sunday 8pm to 12am. The theaters that participate are Trail Theater, Teatro 8, Koubek Center, Teatro Bellas Artes and Microtheater. La cueva Autor: Carolina Laursen Director: David Chocarro-Victoria Murtagh Elenco rotativo: Carolina Loyola, Salomon Barros, Lisa … +


Micromusicals Microtheater at CCE
Thu 13 Jul, 2017

CCEMiami and Microtheater Miami present Micromusicals the new season. This season will include Espejito, espejito directed by Kevin Cass; Jewbans in Miami directed by Sylvie Billings; Quiero vivir! directed by Gonzalo Rodriguez; The Promotion directed by Stefano Cipan; Milantis directed by Jason Yoskowitz; Te quede grande directed by Rosalba Maldonado and Y fueron felices directed by Carlos Villar. Prime Time Thu – … +

Visual Arts

CCE exhibits Ronald Moran’Dialogos Inmateriales
Mon 10 Jul, 2017

Dialogos Inmateriales is inspired by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando (n.1941). The architect affirms “to change the dwelling is to change the city and to reform society” which is related on how Moran uses the stairs and mazes to cause perception thresholds and social transformation. Moran uses photos of architectural spaces done by Tadao Ando and covers then with translucent sheets. Ronald … +


Diálogos Inmateriales by Ronald Moran at CCE
Through Fri 28 Jul, 2017

CCEMiami presents the exhibition “Diálogos Inmateriales” by the artist Ronald Moran. The view has been curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective (Adriana Herrera and Willy Castellanos). This series has been inspired by the Japanese architect, Tadao Ando (n.1941). The architect affirms “to change the dwelling is to change the city and to reform society” which is related on how Moran uses the stairs and mazes … +


Mural Interventation by Joan Tarragó and Alberto (Sabek) on CCE Miami’s building
Mon 26 Jun, 2017 - Sun 2 Jul, 2017

Spanish artists, Joan Tarragó and Alberto (Sabek) will intervene the mural located outside of the Cultural Center of Spain (CCEMiami – 1490 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami FL 33132), June 26th – July 2nd. They will also redesign one of the containers located at the patio at Microtheater. These actions are part of the project, Survibe, a 45-day journey, an experience, a painting trip … +


CCE presents Out of the Container
Thu 25 May, 2017

Centro Cultural Español in Miami (CCEMiami) and Microtheater Miami present the new season Out of the Container, dedicated to the LGTBQ community through June 25, 2017. The programming offers drama and comedy with 12 plays inspired by themes such as sexual identity, gender politics and other topics related to LGBTQ. Out of the Container will premiere Teatro Sorpresa, produced by filmmaker Abraham … +

Visual Arts

CCE: A conversation about women photographers in Cuba
Tue 9 May, 2017

CCE holds a conversation with Art historian Aldeide Delgado about Women Photographers in Cuba. It starts a process of recovery of memory and models that contributes to self-knowledge and self-esteem of women as photographers. The rescue in 1853 of the first Cuban woman photographer Encarnacion Iróstegui was the first step for developing of a historiography where the creators could find the visibility … +