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David Castillo Gallery announces inaugural exhibition on it's new space in Miami Beach!

Sep 26, 2014, 6:00 - 11:00 pm

David Castillo Gallery announces its new space on Miami Beach’s 420 Lincoln Road. The inaugural exhibition – a large group show – will mark the gallery’s 101st exhibition. The inauguration of the space comes after one decade in Miami with a 5,000 square foot gallery. The gallery’s new exhibition space was designed by architect Albert Anis and built in 1942 on the … +

Architecture

Miami Beach Historic ReSurvey Project

October 2013. Over the summer, the online database of Miami Beach’s historic buildings doubled in size! To date, information on over 550 properties has been collected and entered into MDPL’s historic property database. Ocean Drive, Collins Avenue, Lincoln Road, Espanola Way and more locations are already online.

Architecture

Wolfsonian Museum-FIU announces Updates to Art and Design in the Modern Age

September 2013. More than three dozen new objects, along with two new special installations, are part of the recently updated Art and Design in the Modern Age: Selections from The Wolfsonian Collection (ADMA). The updated installation retains the exhibition’s core themes and overall structure while refreshing its graphic identity, refining the exhibition design, revising text panels, and introducing new material.

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The Miami Symphony Orchestra and Eduardo Marturet announce the 25th Anniversary Season

August 2013. The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO) under the direction of Maestro Eduardo Marturet will celebrate its upcoming 25th Anniversary season with an assortment of new programs, including five World Premieres, three South Florida premieres and such renowned guest artists as classical guitarist Angel Romero, flautist Nestor Torres and Mexican guest conductor Alondra de la Parra.

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Timescapes: A Mural by NWSA Students at the Sagamore Hotel

April 2013. Timescapes, a five-story mixed-media mural created by South Florida’s New World School of the Arts (NWSA), by college visual artists Jeffrey Noble and Sebastian Duncan-Portuondo, was recently unveiled at Miami’s Sagamore Hotel. The second artistic project commissioned from NWSA by the Cricket Taplin Collection, Timescapes is a large-scale paint-mosaic-mirror artwork spanning the full height of the

Architecture

Studying the Digital Revolution in Art and Architecture

Wolfsonian Museum – FIU. March 2013. Eighteen FIU architecture graduate students are spending a good deal of their spring semester closely examining objects from the Wolfsonian museum’s collection as part of their coursework for Space, Society and the Digital: Virtual Worlds and Visual Aesthetics, taught by Winifred E. Newman, associate professor in the College of Architecture + the Arts.

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Cannonball announces 2013 Visiting Residents

February 2013. Cannonball (formerly LegalArt) announced the cultural producers selected to participate in its 2013 Visiting Residency Program. Entering its third year, the Visiting Residency Program is part of a hybrid, multi-disciplinary platform designed to empower Miami’s arts community and sustain the city’s position as a hotbed for contemporary art by infusing it with cultural producers (visual artists, writers, arts professionals, architects, … +

Music

Bobby McFerrin: A YoungArts Masterclass debuts on HBO

From February 12 through 28, 2013. Every year, the YoungArts program of the National YoungArts Foundation offers 15- to 18-year-old emerging artists from around the country the chance to be mentored by some of the world’s greatest artists in an intimate environment. In this all-new YoungArts MasterClass presentation, four young singers participate in a memorable workshop and performance with a Grammy-winning vocalist … +

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UM Frost School of Music student Asiya Korepanova wins First Place in the Wideman International Piano Competition

December 2012. University of Miami Frost School of Music student Asiya Korepanova, 28, of Russia won the gold medal and performed as one of seven piano finalists out of 46 competitors from sixteen countries in the 2012 Wideman International Piano Competition in Shreveport, Louisiana last week. She performed Prokofiev’s Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 16, for her musical selection.

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Singular Art Collection to Debut on Celebrity Reflection in the Port of Miami

December 3, 2012. On Monday, December 3, 2012, Celebrity Reflection, the newest ship in the Celebrity fleet, with an innovative, original art collection, will debut in Miami before the ship sets sail on its inaugural Stateside voyage. The collection is part of the fleetwide Celebrity Art Collection, representing a nearly $60-million investment across the fleet, showcasing conceptually strong, unique pieces and providing … +

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Ramon Tebar, FGO’s Music Director and Conductor, honored with 2013 Henry C. Clark Award

November 2012. Florida Grand Opera (FGO) recently announced the recipient of the 2013 Henry C. Clark Conductor Award, Maestro Ramon Tebar. FGO’s Music Director and conductor of the season-opening production of La bohème, Tebar was recently honored by the company’s new General Director and CEO, Susan T. Danis, when she presented him with the 2013 award during FGO’s annual gala this November.