Free with admission Join museum staff and artist Sebastian Duncan-Portuondo to make the ornamental theater frame that will be used in the Spectral Vizcaya performance on February 26th. Creating pieces for the frame is easy and no art-making or technical skill is required! We’ll have facilitators on hand to orient you and all the supplies […]
Adventurous aficionados of fine food and vintages can explore creative cuisine, premium wines and unique events in a subtropical island setting during the annual celebration. Whet your appetite for island-style excellence, showcasing local chefs’ culinary flair and favorite indigenous ingredients, intriguing libations and distinctive Florida Keys atmosphere. Ticket sales to be available Nov. 4, 2020.
Your event has been rescheduled on a new date. We are looking forward to seeing you at your rescheduled performance. All ticket holders will be contacted and reissued tickets for the new date and we hope you plan on attending the performance. Your support in this way is greatly appreciated. If you are unable to […]
“The highly anticipated poetic megaFLO’ production “ANNIFLO’ETRY” returns to the world famous Broward Center for the Performing Arts! Join us in beneath the palm trees & stars in the beautiful BCPA Peck Courtyard for the latest megaFLO’ live entertainment experience. An exciting Spoken Word journey through the words & life experiences of one the greatest […]
The 2020 Miami Children’s Film Festival runs December 28 – 30. Culturally rich, entertaining, and 100% FREE family fun, the Festival includes three days of highly-acclaimed international cinema for children and families. It offers a unique opportunity to cultivate critical appreciation for intelligent films among younger people, while educating and entertaining. In addition to the […]
Hillel at FIU Presents ‘Unity Through Art,’ a virtual discussion taking place on December 3 from the home of Alan Kluger and Amy Dean, Founding member of Kluger Kaplan P.L., and Retired Judge, respectively. Moderated by Laura Raiffe, Alan and Amy will talk about art with renowned contemporary artists and curators, including Tschabalala Self, Xaviera […]
Sponsored by WLRN, ArtServe Live will host a virtual chat with award-winning filmmaker, international business executive and U.S. Army Veteran Bryan G. Thompson. Thompson founded his production company Imani Films in 2012. His first production exposed audiences to the often misunderstood “wet-foot-dry-foot” law, a former U.S. immigration policy that stated that anyone who fled Cuba […]
We are living in a thumbs-up, Rotten Tomatoes, Michelin Star-rated world where respected curated opinions have been reduced to a couple of stars next to a well-authored (but totally ignored) review. The elimination of art critics from the Sun-Sentinel, New Times, and Miami Herald – among others – has left a cultural “brain drain” in […]