News

Distinguished tenor Russell Thomas offers masterclass and concert for our community

March 4; 6:00 - 8:00 PM and March 5; 7:30 PM

Continuing the New World School of the Arts Make Art Work (MAW) series, Russell Thomas, distinguished tenor and NWSA 1998 music alumnus, will present An Evening with an Opera Tenor, working with singers from the New World School of the Arts Music division in a special Masterclass to focus on voice technique and performance. The MAW Q & A session following the … +

Opportunities

ICA Miami: Several Opportunities for Interns

Tue Aug 21, 2018

ICA  Internship  Descriptions The  Institute  of  Contemporary  Art,  Miami  (ICA  Miami)  is  dedicated  to  promoting  continuous experimentation  in  contemporary  art,  and  to  the  exchange  of  art  and  ideas  throughout  the  Miami region  and  internationally.  Launched  in  2014, The ICA  Miami  opened  its  new  permanent  home  in  Miami’s  Design  District  in  2017. The  ICA’s  internship  program  is  awarded  on  a  bi-annual  basis  and  … +

Events

11th Annual All Kids Included Festival at SMDCAC

Sat 6 May, 2017

The 11th Annual All Kids Included Family Arts Festival provides a full day of activities and cultural experiences for children with and without disabilities. This event will include: productions by Magic Morgan and Miami Childrens Theater’s Beauty and the Beast; music and performers inside and outside ASL storytelling; face painting, rock wall and food; free surprises and book giveaway of Misty Copeland’s … +

News

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 … +

Dance

Burlesque Magnifique: Summer Edition

Jul 15 & 16, 2016

This special summertime themed show will take you on a trip across the Tropics and beyond with our fabulous cast! Step into a world of exotic jungles and sparkling oceans as the spectacular dancers make the temperatures rise for a truly entertaining Burlesque Revue, Cabaret, and Variety show! This 90 minute production will feature both classic and neo burlesque, along with showgirls, … +

News

Downtown Hollywood to Launch Online Survey to Determine Space Needs for Area Artists, Arts Organizations, and Creative Businesses

Feb 1st, 2016

The Hollywood CRA in collaboration with Artspace Projects, Inc. will conduct a major online survey of artists, arts organizations, and creative businesses in South Florida to determine the size and nature of the market for an Artspace affordable live/work/create project planned for Downtown Hollywood. The eight-week survey period runs through March 28, 2016. Artists, musicians and other creative individuals are encouraged to … +

Dance

Artistry in Rhythm Dance Conference

Mar 26- Mar 28, 2015

Put on your dancing shoes! Miami Dade College will present its fourth annual Artistry in Rhythm: Engaging the Community (AIR Dance Conference) in an effort to create an innovative training program for dance artists and a laboratory for choreographers. The scholarly dance conference will explore the significance of community engagement through the vernacular of dance, encourage community growth and development, and enhance … +

News

Audrey Love Gallery: The Reunion at BAC

Feb 13 - Mar 28, 2015, 7pm-10pm

The Bakehouse Art Complex opened in 1987 in the former Art Deco American Bakeries Company building in today’s Wynwood Arts District, by a group of artists relocating from Coconut Grove. These artists founded the nonprofit Bakehouse Art Complex and repurposed the industrial building into working studios and galleries, ensuring a permanent venue for local artists to explore their creativity. This exhibition celebrates … +

Events

Jazz Reach Kids Cabaret, Big Drum Small World at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center

Feb 21, 2015, 11am

Kids have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn about jazz from prominent, internationally recognized jazz composers hailing from countries as diverse as West Africa, Israel, Cuba, Puerto Rico, India and the United States. The program also features fun, short video interludes that offer background on each of the project’s composers, and commentary on the various ways that both the American jazz tradition and … +

Dance

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida: A Celebration of Dance

By Fran Robbins

South Florida continues to mature as an area brimming with the fine arts. At any time, locals and visitors alike have a rich menu of choices available to them, reflecting the unique mix of different backgrounds and talents that calls this area home. The Miami International Film Festival, Miami Book Fair International and Art Basel Miami Beach are renowned and anticipated on … +

Events

Locust Art Builders (LAB) exhibition on view at Locust Project

Through August 16, 2014

This year, 26 South Florida high school students selected from an open call, will have the opportunity to create a collaborative exhibition at Locust Projects’ gallery in Miami’s Design District. Under the direction of contemporary visual artists Monica Lopez de Victoria from the TM Sisters and Loriel Beltran, students are given the opportunity to create a collaborative exhibition managing all aspects of … +

Editorial

Evonne S. Alvarez to lead New World School of the Arts High School Program

August, 2012. The Miami-Dade County Public Schools has appointed Evonne S. Alvarez to lead the high school program of New World School of the Arts. A seasoned academic administrator and educator, Alvarez will be responsible for planning, organizing, administering and directing academic and operational activities at the high school level, which are essential to the operation of NWSA.

Editorial

Who’s Reading What This Summer At Books & Books

June 2012. Amazon just announced their list of the most well read cities in America. Miami is number six. And for those with a need to know, Alexandria, VA is number one. Amazon determined the rankings, based on per capita of cities with more than 100,000 residents, after compiling sales data of all book, magazine and newspaper sales in print and via … +

Editorial

Walls Outside the Wynwood Walls

By Juliana Accioly

Collector’s can’t buy it, it is all for the public. The gigantic, eye-catching maze of artwork throughout Wynwood keeps expanding – on view are more than two dozen of works by graffiti artists from all over the world, big murals painted directly onto the warehouse buildings. The largest show of such pieces mounted in one location, the Walls add a sense of … +

Editorial

ABMBdays

By Carlos Suarez de Jesus

  The most pedestrian friendly conglomeration of fairs were located at the stalled Midtown Miami development where, the Bridge, Red Dot, Art Miami, Photo Miami, Scope, Art Asia and the Green art fairs all pitched tents. There was plenty of parking nearby and unusually thin traffic compared to recent years.

Editorial

Miami Book Fair International

By Fran Robbins

Mitchell Kaplan took a look around in the early 1980s, disheartened by what looked back. His community was on the ropes. “If you remember Miami back then,” he said a while ago, “it was a pretty bleak time back in 1982. The Mariel boatlift had just happened a couple of years before. Even TIME magazine had a cover story entitled Miami: Paradise … +

Editorial

The New Light Box at the Goldman Warehouse

By Matt Balmaseda

The Wynwood Art District is no stranger to new tenants. There is an almost alarming regularity to the opening of new businesses – galleries, restaurants, cafes – that one might wonder whether or not the warehouse-laden landscape can sustain them all. And yet, it thrives. Not only that, it continues to evolve into a neighborhood that pushes the boundaries of art in … +

Editorial

Coral Gables Art Cinema

By Fran Robbins

You walk along Aragon Avenue in the Gables, just west of Ponce de Leon. Duck into a nondescript space to find four walls surrounding, well, nothing. It’s an impressive space though: a two-story situation in a storefront. Nice part of town. Easy access from the street. No floors, but that can be fixed. Maybe it could be used for parking, it’s certainly big … +

Editorial

New World Symphony’s New World Center

By Fran Robbins

It had been home since 1988 and had served them well enough, but in January 2011, the New World Symphony moved out of the Lincoln Theater and relocated to a new facility that boasts state-of-the-art luxuries and futuristic capabilities. The New World Center, as this multi-building venue is called, is located at 500 17th Street on Miami Beach, adjacent to Lincoln Road and the Lincoln Theater.