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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. And this particularly commercialized holiday is intricately associated with flowers. Every ad tells you to buy the blooms for someone, anyone, to prove your love — it’s a great gig for the flower industry. That industry is something that New York artist Virginia Poundstone has been intrigued by for years. […]

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When Alice fell down the rabbit hole, she entered a wonderland filled with strange creatures, fabulous sights and unexpected adventures. The experience is really not unlike entering the new building of the Young at Art Museum (a $500,000 Knight Arts grantee) in Davie, an exciting, multi-sensory trip no matter what age you are. There are […]

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Today’s opera world is heavily influenced by the vision of the stage director, particularly in Europe, where theater visionaries (some successful, some not so much) have rethought stage works old and new in ways that use the plot as a stepping-off point rather than a reference. Raffaele Cardone will have none of it. “We are […]

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The ambitious and extraordinary Young At Art Children’s Museum is about to be a hot summer ticket for South Florida families with kids. The cavernous and bright building is a riot of bright color and art at every turn, yet clearly organized with space for quiet time too. Art is organized into themed areas for […]

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Nature in a studio

Published on August 9, 2011 by in 2008 Miami Winners, KAC Miami, Miami

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Artist Alette Simmons-Jimenez is surrounded by her work on a light, open second-floor studio space in Wynwood this Thursday afternoon; of particular interest is a series of collage paintings, partially crafted from flower petals coated in resin. Several involve images of cages, with the flowers either trapped inside or spilling out. These are very feminine […]

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To launch a series of performance art projects presented outside in South Florida’s subtropical  landscape.

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Classical South Florida

Published on December 1, 2008 by in 2008 Miami Winners

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To ensure the development of South Florida’s only classical radio station by supplying challenge funds to motivate listeners’ financial support

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Twenty Twenty Projects

Published on December 1, 2008 by in 2008 Miami Winners

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To provide a free display space for local artists at one of Miami’s December art fairs.

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Free Gospel Sundays

Published on December 1, 2008 by in 2008 Miami Winners

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To provide free, monthly gospel concerts at the Arsht Center.

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Bas Fisher Invitational

Published on December 1, 2008 by in 2008 Miami Winners

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To provide young, unrepresented artists with free exhibition space and events by supporting a local art gallery.

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