CULTURE SHOCK MIAMI Presents Miami is Dance

Written By Arts Marketing Network
January 28, 2018 at 7:51 PM

One of the most visionary and innovative professions for which Miami is known is dance. From the Miami City Ballet, the largest performing arts organization in the state of Florida, to New World School of the Arts, an incubator for rising artists and choreographers, Miami-Dade County is home to diversity of expression and creativity. Produced by Arts Marketing Network, this documentary short, “Miami is Dance,” gives voice to some of the leaders of the Miami dance community who share their thoughts about the unprecedented growth of the art form in South Florida. Produced by Kay and Stephen Belth.


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