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By Emily Parkinson, Miami City Ballet After visiting a rehearsal at Miami City Ballet studios, New World Symphony (NWS) fellows began meeting regularly with a group of our dancers to examine the relationship between sound and movement, resulting in a creative exchange between the talented young artists. Corps de ballet dancer Michael Breeden explains how […]

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By Fernando González Miami arts & culture journalist Well before Miami Sound became a brand name, there was a Miami sound. It came together in the mid ’60s and it was soul and funk as only Miami could make it. It was raw and gritty. It was built on the sanctified grooves of church and […]

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Arts for Learning Teaching Artist Yanira Collado is working with high school students from Coral Gables Senior High to launch a school year portion of A4L’s innovative ArtWorks internship program.  Through a partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools’ Honors and Executive Internship Program, students learn crucial job skills in and through the arts.  Here Yanira […]

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Locust Projects is pleased to invite young artists, aged 6-13, to participate in Little LAB event on Saturday, March 22nd from 11am-1pm, where they can create a project among our current exhibition at the gallery. Please RSVP: info@locustprojects.org or 305-576-8570

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By Avery Maehrer, Philadelphia Film Society Joe Lee was horrified to make the call. An idea had sprung in his head for a documentary about Sue and Ron Witman, whose family made headlines after their son was found guilty of brutally killing his younger brother. But for Lee’s vision to come to fruition, he had […]

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By Karla Arguello, Big Night in Little Haiti The March 21st edition at Big Night in Little Haiti launches a very cool national initiative at the Little Haiti Cultural Center:  Little Free Libraries.  This “take a book, return a book” gathering place is a community spot where neighbors can share their favorite literature and stories. […]

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By Fernando González, Miami-based arts & culture writer As much an idea as a city, Miami has long established itself as a place of opportunity and reinvention. Now the MIA Music Summit wants to expand on Miami’s growing reputation as a place for innovative startups. The weekend-long event, which concludes with a full day of […]

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By Anne Younan, City Lights Theater Company of San Jose “Why?”  “To what end?”  If you are not asking yourself that, you should.  I have recently become a huge fan of “strategic thinking.”  I personally do a lot of what I do from instinct, or “gut feeling,” trusting that my accumulated experiences continue to strengthen […]

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By Anne Younan, City Lights Theater Company of San Jose I can’t tell you how excited I am about Amadeus at City Lights.  I underestimated the size and scope of the overall project, but experience tells me that the projects that are the hardest – that pose the most challenges, are ultimately the most fun and fulfilling. […]

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By Brandon Harris Back for the 31st time, the Miami International Film Festival, presented by Miami Dade College’s MDCulture program, will unfurl 120 films over 10 days starting Friday, March 7, and running through March 16 at locations all over Greater Miami. It’s a rich smorgasbord of cinema from around the world. The festival opens […]

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