By Fernando González, Miami-based arts & culture writer Those who argue for the transformative power of the written word will be hard pressed to find a more potent, or moving, argument than the life of poet Jimmy Santiago Baca. His childhood story suggests a Dickensian tale set in the American Southwest. Baca was born in […]
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By Dana Levy, AIRIE Every morning of the first week of my residency in the Everglades National park, I got into my rental car and drove to a different part of the park: the 1st day I rode a bike around shark valley, the 2nd day I kayaked at Flamingo, and the 3rd day I took a […]
By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Here’s a riddle. What’s new but came of age a long time ago, bears the name of a composer but includes the work of others, is always held on Sunday but sometimes on Saturday, marks the end of the classical music season but stretches into summer? You’re right! […]
Like the Caribbean region itself, PAMM’s latest exhibit, “Caribbean: Crossroads of the World,” is diverse and densely populated, with artworks spanning hundreds of years and multiple styles. There is 19th-century painting, and 21st-century video; representational canvases and more abstract sculpture. Like some other vast survey shows, it really is too much to take in on […]
This weekend is a big one for Miami classical music, not least because it marks the return of the Mainly Mozart Festival for a 21st season, now fully under the direction of the Miami Chamber Music Society. Last year, the new group, led by the Ukrainian-American pianist Marina Radiushina and Coral Gables-based attorney Mike Eidson, […]
By Aaron Glickman, SocialMiami.com The Miami Design District presented its April edition of Site Specific, a series that brings performance out of the traditional theater and into the venues in the Design District. The April edition featured four acts from local performers. In keeping with National Poetry Month, each act had a poetic element in […]
The main show at MOCA is the huge solo exhibit from Wangechi Mutu, and more on that amazing survey of works in a separate review. But tucked into the back of the museum is another gem, “Flat Rock” from Brooklyn-based Virginia Overton. When you leave the gray, wool-covered walls of the front space, you encounter […]
Deciding where to invest one’s cultural dollars can be a challenge. That’s why Tigertail Productions has announced a Knight Arts Challenge Special: half off all FLA-FRA
Lace up those sneakers, select a designated driver and come to South Beach for the first-ever (and hopefully annual) LitCrawl Miami. LitCrawl, somewhat invented in San Francisco,
When Christina Pettersson’s solo show opens at the new Primary Projects space in downtown Miami, it will launch much more than the intriguing “The Castle Dismal” exhibit itself. She joins up with O, Miami poetry month, creates special events including at the Miami City Cemetery, and will host a haunted house tour. This is going […]