Hardcore Art Contemporary Art Space Sep 8th through Oct 20th, 2007Hardcore Art Contemporary Space is presenting the second edition of The New Media Festival this fall. The scope of this festival has grown larger this year including artists from Greece, Taiwan, Korea, Russia, Switzerland, Israel, Germany, France, Spain, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Afghanistan, United States, and Latin America. New practices and technologies are presented such as 3D digital animation, Radio Channels and TV projects, compelling the audience to deeply get involved into the digital material. There are three projection rooms with large scale screening and seats to accommodate the audience. There are also individual presentations on TV monitors. Two main new projects that go beyond the boundaries of the visual arts are: Art Channel by Milan Atanaskovic, a hot radio presentation from Paris France; and TV Lata Project by Monica Hernandez, based on updated TV themes as outdoor installation. Photography will be represented by two important contemporary photographers: Jordi Bernado and Dr. Muu. Other participating artists are Asya Reznikov, Peter Eudenbach, Els Opsomer, Gabriela Morawetz, Sabrina Montiel-Soto, Boaz Kaizman, Rodolfo Peraza, Johanna Domke, Juan-Sí González , Jason Mena, Chus Garcia-Fraile, Beatriz Caravaggio, Laura Erber, Aisen Chacin, Iris Cegarra, Ignacio Goitia, Richard Garet, Matilde Marin, among others. During the festival there will be a panel discussion titled New Media: A contemporary production. A Survey with the participation of digital artists and curators. This year, The New Media Festival takes place from September 8th through October 20th at Hardcore Art Contemporary Space in Wynwood Art District in Miami.
Twenty-year-old violinist Kevin Zhu is a recipient of the 2021 Avery Fisher Career Grant. He has amassed an outstanding record of concert performances and competition wins since he began playing violin at age three. Praised for his “awesome technical command and maturity” (The Strad) and “absolute virtuosity, almost blinding in its incredible purity” (L’ape musicale), Kevin regularly performs on the world’s largest … +
This indoor series includes the return of the 35th International Hispanic Theatre Festival, the free International Children’s Day, a jazz concert starring Negroni’s Trio & Edgar Omar, performances featuring Conecta: Miami Arts, ARCA Images, FUNDarte’s Climakaze Miami 2021 and more. MDCA and Teatro Avante present the 35th International Hispanic Theatre Festival, featuring theatrical performances by companies from Uruguay, Ecuador and Mexico. These … +
Pianist Misha Dacic performs at Key Biscayne Piano Festival, acclaimed for its passion and virtuosity, this one-time-only concert will include a wide program. There will also be an introductory talk by Frank Cooper. RACHMANINOFF Elegie in E flat minor, Op.3 No.1 Melodie in E major, Op.3 No.3 In the Silent Night Op.4 No.3 (Arr.Earl Wild) To Her Op.38 No.2 (Arr.Misha Dacic) Prelude … +
The Miami Jewish Film Festival’s 23rd annual Opening Night brings a Film Premiere, Reception, and great Live Music. Like many survivors of the Holocaust, after World War II, Saul and Ruby moved to America, started families and careers, grew old, and retired to South Florida. For them, settling near Fort Lauderdale could have been the last chapter in their story. But then … +
“Prats is a rare genius, not only because of his extraordinary life story but because of his extraordinary gifts. The piano, he said, is merely the tool he uses to create music. The music he creates is stunning — it enthralls and amazes, while simultaneously stimulating the mind. Here is a prodigious talent whose experiences in Cuba and abroad are conveyed in … +
Highly praised for it impeccable technique, Hungarian musician Daniel Lebhardt won 1st Prize at the Young Concert Artists International auditions in Paris and New York in 2014. A year later he was invited to record music by Bartók for Decca and in 2016 won the Most Promising Pianist prize at the Sydney International Competition. Now he comes to play as a part … +