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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It’s rare that art in a main space gallery have any real relationship with works in a project room — often, in fact, they are meant to be examples of different disciplines and different styles. And although the works of Christy Gast and Felice Grodin may not seem on the surface to have a lot in […]
When I read the title, “Gerald Ford Superfreak,” I laughed uncontrollably. I felt guilty for three seconds and then I chilled out. You see, it’s a comedy, so I had responded appropriately for once. “Gerald Ford Superfreak,” the latest comedy from Mad Cat Theatre
By Jane Hart, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood was extremely pleased to present internationally acclaimed artist Andrea Zittel as the third speaker in its 2013/14 Hot Topics lecture series, which has been partially funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. On Saturday, February 8th, […]
Cities have always been associated with civilization. The creation of shared space necessitated laws, and moral codes, so that large groups of people could get along together, unlike the ancient world of their nomadic cousins. But starting in the late 19th century, the idea of the metropolis took on new meaning, as both a hyper-modern […]
Last Friday I commandeered the comfy offices of FUNDarte. Elizabeth Doud, FUNDarte’s Artistic & Development Consultant, escorted me to a cushioned rocking chair on the balcony. From my perch I could see the teeniest sliver of ocean in the distance, or maybe it was just the sky. Whatever it was, I also got a peek […]
One of the large sculptures from New York-based Colby Bird is disarmingly fragile. The gentle, serpentine-like piece made from wood holds a real green apple and a lemon within its curves, and several hand-crafted fruits. It appears to be propped up by a single, slim metal rod. It’s also made from pieces from Thonet café […]
Carnival Arts is an arts learning program for youth living in crisis shelters across the state of Florida. Since 2007, Carnival Arts has introduced more than 1000 young people to dance, drum and mask-making traditions from carnivals from around the world, led by more than 75 professional artists in these traditions and assisted by more than […]
There is a simply lovely exhibit called “Human, so human” that feels both futuristic and also is an homage to early 20th-century Russian and German avant garde art at the Farside Gallery. It’s a solo show from Angela Valella, an artist, curator and this year’s winner of the Cintas Foundation grant, a well-deserved recognition for […]
This week, the 15th Tropical Baroque Festival got underway at Miami Beach Community Church. It lasts through March 6 for a total of 11 concerts, one each day. On the lineup this year are a number of leading early music performers, such as gamba specialist Jordi Savall and cornett master Bruce Dickey, and groups including […]