Performing Arts

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom at Miami-Dade County Auditorium

Feb 7, 2020, 8 PM

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom tells the moving, true story of Lynda Blackmon Lowery, one of the youngest participants in the Selma to Montgomery march in 1965. Jailed nine times before her fifteenth birthday, Lowery fought alongside Martin Luther King, Jr. to secure the right to vote for African-Americans. The performance lets audiences of all ages experience what it took … +

Museums

Meleko Mokgosi: Your Trip to Africa at PAMM

Thu Feb 27, 2020

A large-scale, newly commissioned work by Mokgosi created for the museum’s distinctive 30-foot double-height project gallery. The project centers on the 1962 film Unsere Afrikareise (Our Trip to Africa) by the seminal filmmaker Peter Kubelka. Kubelka is widely recognized as one of the progenitors of the Structural film movement, which attempts to distill the cinematic experience to its purest material form. The … +

Performing Arts

Lorca: Flamenco & Contemporáneo by Main Street Players

Fri Nov 29 - Sun Dec 15, 2019

Lorca: Flamenco and Contemporary is a walk through the most significant moments of the work of the great Spanish poet Federico García Lorca, a magical journey navigating through his characters and stories. His theater, poems, and songs are uniquely intertwined under the aroma of a Spanish guitar and the broken voice of flamenco. Actors with different nationalities and accents, will set up … +

Visual Arts

Trenton Doyle Hancock: alter ego Torpedo Boy comes to Locust Projects

Nov 16 - Feb 8, 2020

Locust Projects presents a new installation by Trenton Doyle Hancock in its Store Front and Main Gallery this fall. Supplementing his religious upbringing with comic books and Greek mythology, at the age of 10 Trenton Doyle Hancock invented Torpedo Boy — an alter ego/superhero he still uses today. Ultimately birthing his own creation myth — as played out through paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, … +

Performing Arts

The Nutcracker at Miami Dade County Auditorium

Dec 7, 2019, 7 PM

Thomas Armour Youth Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker is Miami’s oldest presentation of the holiday classic and has been enjoyed by over 300,000 audience members over 42 years. The cast is a celebration of Miami’s diversity, featuring students from all five TAYB locations, dancers from New World School of the Arts, and internationally known guest stars. Don’t miss this timeless classic this … +

Visual Arts

Rubell Museum opens its new campus with a museum-wide installation on 2019 Miami Art Week

December 4, 2019

The Rubell Museum‘s new campus will open on December 4, 2019 with a museum-wide installation of works that chronicle key artists, moments, and movements in vital arts centers over the past 50 years, from the East Village to Beijing, Los Angeles to Leipzig, and São Paulo to Tokyo. The inaugural exhibition includes more than 300 works by 100 artists, providing one of … +

Music

Nu Deco at Adrienne Arsht Center ft. PJ Morton & Miami Mass Choir

Thu Dec 12, 2019. 8:00pm

Nu Deco is back at the Adrienne Arsht Center with a holiday infused program featuring a special collaboration with the newest member of Maroon 5 and 2018 Grammy Award winner PJ Morton in addition to the return of the incredible Miami Mass Choir. The program will also include the premiere of the Nu Deco Nutcracker and other Miami inspired holiday favorites. Program HYKEN, LEBOS, … +

Visual Arts

HENRIETTA HARRIS’S SOLO EXHIBITION “SECOND BEST” at Robert Fontaine Gallery

Saturday, November 9, 2019. 7:00 PM

Henrietta Harris, is a New Zealand based artist who explores, the human condition, through a muted, soft and weightless palette. The faces in her paintings are often of young subjects, with gleaming eyes, filled with a sense of hope and confusion. As a result her paintings, as physical objects breathe life, conveying all the vulnerabilities and truths that are deeply obvious in … +

Dance

Brigid Baker WholeProject presents Remain in Light at Miami-Dade County Auditorium.

Oct 3, Nov 1, Nov 2 and 3 at 8pm

Inspired by the 1980 seminal David Byrne/Brian Eno album, Remain in Light is a phenomenal aggregate of funk, hip hop, afro beat, minimalism, punk, ambient and electronica. The album demurs from fusion and meets on another harmonic plane of collaborative engagement. Remain in Light celebrates meeting the “otherness” of the natural world with this same collaborative engagement. From that spirit of welcome … +

Performing Arts

Broadway Musical “Fiddler on the Roof” at ARSHT

Oct 29 - Nov 23, 2019

Tony®-winning director Bartlett Sher and the team behind South Pacific, The King and Iand 2017 Tony-winning Best Play Oslo, bring a fresh and authentic vision to this piece from Tony winner Joseph Stein and Pulitzer Prize winners Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick. The original production won ten Tony Awards, including a special Tony for becoming the longest-running Broadway musical of all time. You’ll be there when the sun rises on … +

Dance

FUNDarte presents FLAMENCOS at Miami Dade County Auditorioum

November 9th & 10th, 2019

Unrivaled flamenco masters Casa Patas return to Miami Dade County Auditorium with their newest show, RAIZ DE 4, created by and featuring Rafael Peral and Marisa Adame.  RAIZ DE 4 honors the art of Flamenco by delving into its most primitive roots, evoking the convergence of cultures and the folklore of Spain. The work expresses the purest styles of flamenco, some of … +

Museums

LARA FAVARETTO: Blind Spot at the BASS Museum

Dec 1, 2019 - Apr 19, 2020

Incorporating paintings, sculpture and interactive installations, Lara Favaretto: Blind Spot presents an arrangement of new and recent works alongside ongoing series from the artist’s practice. The exhibition also features a new, site-specific work commissioned for the museum’s permanent collection. Favaretto embraces the idea of constant change, creating works of art and situations that are in flux. Though often humorous and playful, her … +

Museums

Seven Solos: big scale Art Installations on view at Cornell Art Museum

Through Sun Oct 6, 2019

Seven Solos departs from our traditional group exhibitions by featuring only eight artists; each creating a unique, site-specific, immersive experience in six galleries plus the Margaret Blume Atrium space. These art installations can only be seen at the Cornell Art Museum Large-scale installations by Miya Ando; Giannina Dwin in collaboration with Freddy Jouwayed; Jacob M Fisher; Frank Hyder; Brookhart Jonquil; Shinduk Kang and … +

Cinema

Let the Right One In on 35mm at Coral Gables Art Cinema

Sat Oct 26, 2019

“At once a devastating, curiously uplifting inhuman drama and a superbly crafted genre exercise, Let The Right One In can stand toe-to-toe with Spirit Of The Beehive, Pan’s Labyrinth or Orphee. See it.” – Kim Newman, Empire Magazine A lonely 12-year old boy, Oskar, befriends a mysterious 12-year-old girl, Eli, after she moves in next door. Pale and serious, Eli’s arrival coincides … +

Music

Don Giovanni by FGO at Ziff Ballet Opera House

Sat Oct 26 - Sat Dec 7, 2019

Don Giovanni is the story of the world’s greatest lover, Don Juan, a young, arrogant, and charismatic aristocrat, who will stop at nothing to fulfill his ravenous lust. But when a midnight seduction ends in murder, Don Giovanni soon finds himself pursued on all sides by those he has wronged in the past. This masterwork is a brilliant combination of an engrossing story … +

Performing Arts

The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ 2 shows at Miami Theatre Center

Sat Oct 26, 2019

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of this beloved children’s book, Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia reimagining of The Very Hungry Caterpillar follows the wonderful adventures of a very tiny and very hungry caterpillar as he eats his way through an amazing variety of foods on his path to becoming a beautiful butterfly, a Little Cloud who playfully transforms himself into various creatures, and finally The Mixed-Up Chameleon who … +

Dance

New World School of the Arts presents Woke/Spring

October 11, 12, 18, 19; 7:30PM

Inspired by Frank Wedekind’s masterwork, Springs Awakening, Woke/Spring will bring audiences to contemporary American life brimming with multiculturalism, in a world where technology reigns king and connecting to other human beings is endangered. A new spring is upon the youth of America and their sexual coming-of-age story is a mix of religious oppression, bigotry, xenophobia & disease. Woke/Spring is a choreoplay that … +

Dance

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida opens Season at Aventura Arts & Cultural Center

September 2019

Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida opens its season featuring Neoclassical contemporary works of the XXI Century.: “Eros Game” by Cuban choreographer Alberto Mendez, “Fuga con Pajarillo” with music by Venezuelan composer Aldemaro Romero, “Four Seasons” by Verdi and “Shostakovich Suites”. All these pieces with choreography by Vladimir Issaev. In December, the company performs the beloved production of “The Nutcracker” with choreography by Vladimir … +

Music

Debut of Making Movies ft. Dama Vicke at Las Rosas

Sun Oct 20, 2019

The genre-breaking Band will offer a Free Debut Concert featuring Dama Vicke. Making Movies brings a mix of afro-latino rhythms and psychedelic rock n’roll. The connection between the Chi brothers (hailing from Santiago, Panama) together with their Mexican bandmates, the Chaurand brothers results in an overwhelming musical presence that takes the audience through landscapes festive, furious, refreshing, and dark. The world turned … +

Visual Arts

Six Words – Stories exhibition opens at New World Gallery

Sep 19 – Oct 25, 2019

A story-telling exploration through typography. The show borrows its concept from legendary American writer Ernest Hemingway’s lore that claims the prolific writer challenged himself to write a story in just six words. The result: “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” Hemingway’s six-word story and self-critique have never been verified but what is irrefutable is that great stories can be told in 60,000 words … +

Museums

What Carried Us Over: Gifts from Gordon W. Bailey at PAMM

Sept. 12, 2019 – April 25, 2020

What Carried Us Over: Gifts from Gordon W. Bailey features selections from gifts made by Gordon W. Bailey, a Los Angeles–based collector, scholar, and advocate, who has donated 60 artworks to Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) since 2016. Of the 28 artists represented in Bailey’s gift, all but two are new additions to PAMM collection. Few of these artists received formal instruction. … +

Music

Russian and American Works at UM Gusman Concert Hall

Mon Sep 16, 2019

Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Principal Trumpet, Thomas Hooten, and world-renowned collaborative pianist, Rebecca Wilt, present an eclectic program of Russian and American works by Reinhold Glière, Vladimir Peskin, John Williams, and more. Tom Hooten, trumpet Rebecca Wilt, piano

Cinema

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood at Coral Gables Art Cinema

Friday Aug 30-Thursday Sep 5, 2019

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood visits 1969 Los Angeles, where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The ninth, and arguably most personal, film from the writer-director is a paean to Hollywood’s golden age, an era whose end was … +