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Miami artist Adler Guerrier’s work graces ...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

"... smaller ideas which will institute change of how artists live and practice and raise the question, 'What is black art?' Additionally, it will address how black artists shape the landscape that they live in,” said Guerrier.

New World Symphony Celebrates Wallcast 10t...

Posted By Leia Villamizar

The night began with a small rain shower to which Kathleen Drohan, Vice President of Public Relations for New World Symphony said, “It isn’t a Wallcast without a little rain!”

FIU Alumna Monika Miodragovic wins first p...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

“I’m grateful to have music in my life. I have to feel what I’m doing is making a difference and creating something beautiful,” she said.

Descubriendo a Teatro Salvaje… con una com...

Posted By Wilfredo Ramos

La experiencia teatral como algo informal y al mismo tiempo familiar.

The Underline: A Space For Community, Leis...

Posted By Jonel Juste

The Underline won’t just be a place to walk or bike; it will resonate with music, movies, dialogues and soundtracks, and other activities..."

Miami Arts Marketing Project (MAMP) Labs 2...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

Navigating marketing expertise in regular times can be a challenge for arts groups. Throw in a pandemic and the cancelations of events and challenging becomes an understatement.

Flagler Street’s empty storefronts t...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

In Downtown Miami, The Miami Downtown Development Authority has launched the Alt-B along Flagler Street. With the absence of Art Basel, DDA Executive Director Christina Crespi wanted a way to showcase art in Downtown.

North Miami’s MOCA Plaza site of art insta...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

Ultimately, the activation program at MOCA serves as a silver lining during all the trauma caused by the pandemic. It has allowed them to connect with the community and serve an area of the region “that doesn’t have much happening in the way of public art... filling that need.”