By Augusto Soledade Brazzdance Augusto Soledade Brazzdance is pleased to announce its return engagement to The Adrienne Arsht Center on February 8th & 9th at 7:30 p.m. in the intimate Carnival Studio Theater in the Ziff Ballet Opera House. Augusto Soledade Brazzdance, formerly known as Brazz Dance Theater, will be performing Cordel – a work inspired […]
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By Lauren Reskin, Sweat Records Sweat Records’ in-house label Sutro is excited to announce the second release in our local 7″ series – a brand new single from Miami dance-rock quartet KRISP! They have played tirelessly around South Florida since 2011, earning a reputation as one of the best bands to see live and opening […]
If you want to laugh your head off and learn something about cat ladies, existential loneliness,racism, hording and pick-up artists, see Kristina Wong in Mad Cat Theatre Company’s production of
The recent works from Rafael Ferrer, in this case painting on paper bags, that will arrive at the David Castillo Gallery this Saturday have been a long time coming. The Puerto Rican native (and incidentally, the younger brother of the 1950s actor Jose Ferrer) began his prolific artistic career with conceptual installations in New York […]
ArtPlace named Miami Beach and Philadelphia two of America’s top ArtPlaces today. ArtPlace, a collaboration of national foundations, banks and federal agencies, identified Miami Beach and Philly as being “communities that successfully combine the arts, artists and venues for creativity and expression with independent businesses, restaurants and a walkable lifestyle to make vibrant neighborhoods.” America’s […]
By Trong Gia Nguyen, Artists In Residence in Everglades (AIRE) I thought I wasn’t going to have to post anything else, Mayan apocalypse and all, but now, post 12-21, the post must post. I had wanted to do a weekly write-up, but lacked any real desire to leave my sanctuary in the park just to […]
By Artists in Residence in Everglades Now in it’s thirteenth year, Artists in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE), proudly announces the 2013 AIRIE Fellows. This year AIRIE has selected a diverse group of local and national artists across several disciplines, including, painters, sculptors and installation artists, photographers, writers, performance artists and a composer. South Florida is […]
By Chris Feeley, Young At Art Museum Young At Art Museum will launch its 2013 series of group and solo spotlight exhibitions, artist lectures and workshops with Annual Interest on January 11 from 7:30 to 11 p.m. The 2013 series is designed to support Florida’s contemporary artists by providing them with a venue to display […]
Things are about to get very busy here for classical fans, and so here’s a short look at what’s coming in the next few days: What if Works recital: If you’re still hoping to hear just a bit more holiday music before Epiphany, there’s a free concert tonight at the First Presbyterian Church of Miami […]
The holidays are over, the new year has begun, and life slowly returns to normal, which for Miami continues to mean the exhibiting of a wide range of art. This weekend, if you haven’t visited the Lowe Art Museum in a while, be sure to catch “Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Prints and Objects,” which will be […]