[Ce n'est pas nous] is the multidisciplinary ensemble founded by dancer/choreographer Priscilla Marrero, visual/performing artist Ferrán Martín, and composer/performer Matthew Evan Taylor. In “The Emerald House,” the triad also explored the ways in which modern architecture
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[Ce n'est pas nous], an experimental performance ensemble founded by choreographer and dancer Priscilla Marrero, sculptor and filmmaker Ferrán Martín, and musician/composer Matthew Evan Taylor, will present “The Emerald House” as part of the Artists in Residence program at Inkub8, a Knight Arts grantee. “The Emerald House” examines the ideal body established by the masters of […]
By Pati Vargas, Viernes Culturales Join us Friday, September 27th for another Viernes Cultural/Cultural Friday. Little Havana’s popular art, music and culture festival for everyone. Come and enjoy the music of Cuban ‘son electrico’ Picadillo, JA Trio with a touch of jazz. Little Havana comes to life the last Friday of every month, enjoy music, free […]
Breast cancer strikes fear into the heart of women more than almost any other affliction. It’s true we now know that men can get breast cancer, and other cancers can be as deadly or worse, but the breast is the most outwardly prominent symbol of womanhood — an attack on the breast can feel like an […]
“Any woman born with a great gift in the 16th century would certainly have gone crazed, shot herself, or ended her days in some lonely cottage outside the village, half witch, half wizard, feared and mocked at….No girl could have walked to London
When it opens on the Miami waterfront in December, the Perez Art Museum Miami will have a collection devoted to contemporary African-American art, thanks to a $1 million gift from Knight Foundation and real estate developer and art collector Jorge M. Perez, the Miami Herald reported. For Knight, the funding is a way to ensure […]
Things are starting to move a little as summer transitions Saturday into fall, with shows from two more regular festivals taking place this weekend and early next week. And Festival Miami is less than two weeks away. Here are some short items about things to see in the classical realm: Miami Lyric Opera: Raffaele Cardone’s […]
“For real!” is a clever name for the painting show at Waltman Ortega. The three Europeans depict almost-hyper real portraits of American cities — mostly New York City. Except that there is a slightly non-American perspective to them. It’s a nice show to open up the season. The most “real” come from Frenchman Alain Bertrand, whose […]
The Los Angeles-based dance company Diavolo returns to the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center with the premiere of two new works, “Transit Space” and “Fluid Infinities,” on
By Sue Arrowsmith, Miami Dade College Miami Dade College’s MDC Live Arts performing series will bring together an eclectic group of Latin artists for its inaugural OLA Music Fest to celebrate the new wave of Latin music sprouting across the globe, from London to São Paulo to Miami and beyond. Combining electropico, funk, dancehall, hip-hop, […]