Arts Biz Blog

Brilliance in Our Backyard: Rosie Herrera ...

Written By Gina Margillo

Herrera's approach to choreography is setting new standards and raising the bar for future choreographers. The award serves as evidence of what many in her cohort already knew.

Slavs and Slavery – Spotlight on Justyna K...

Written By Erin Parish

Kisielewicz paints complex narrative work informed by her upbringing in Poland and holds a mirror up to our culture to reflect her own experiences.

MAS Ritmo Wins DownBeat Student Music Awar...

Written By Shanieya Harris

This award marks the first international jazz recognition for the Miami Arts Studio Band Magnet, showcasing their dedication to musical excellence and innovation.

New Heritage Trail Explores Opa-locka̵...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

A collaborative community effort, The Opa-locka Heritage Trail "takes people from the city’s founding in the 1920s to the Civil Rights Movement and finally to the city as it is today.”

Nam June Paik – Innovator, Visionary, and ...

Written By Erin Parish

Known as “The Father of Video Art,” Paik was a visionary who saw the possibility of uniting the world by joining art and technology across continents and cultures.

Mahara+Co. Exhibition explores Silence, Sp...

Written By Shanieya Harris

This exhibition offers visitors time to engage deeply with the art and to reflect on the broader narratives of struggle, resilience, and hope that define the human experience.

New Executive Director Adam Ganuza leads R...

Written By Fernando Gonzalez

Co-founder James Quinlan has set a high bar for Ganuza, saying, "It's time for the next leader to bring us to the next level of growth, institutional growth. We want to participate as a cultural anchor of this city."

Hampton Art Lovers presents “Under a Simpl...

Written By Gina Margillo

Hampton Art Lovers “Under a Simple Tree” Art Exhibit, Speaker Series, and Summit seeks solutions to urgent environmental issues through art and community.

Rocío García’s Guys, Gals, Gaming & G...

Written By Erin Parish

Captivating works explore power and eroticism at Fredric Snitzer Gallery, on view through May 25th.