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Sundays in May are for Miami Book Fair’s H...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

The rich, colorful heritage that is the Haitian Diaspora is in the spotlight in May during Haitian Heritage Month.

Haitian Heritage Month rekindles Cultural ...

Posted By Jonel Juste

May is Haitian Heritage Month in the US, and one of the signs of this celebration this year is the reopening of Little Haiti Cultural Complex in Miami. Little by little, art and culture are coming back, people are coming back.

Solo Theater Fest abre este viernes con ex...

Posted By Jose Antonio Evora

El Festival ofrecerá funciones hasta el fin de semana del 11, 12 y 13 de junio.

Public Art adds pop of color to benches an...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

“It makes me happy to see the community bringing people together to celebrate our similarities and differences,” says artist Cavan Koebel.

Melanie Charles in Virtual Jazz at MOCA

Posted By Sergy Odiduro

Charles’ performance features a soulful and eclectic mix of jazz, experimental and Haitian roots music.

Buddy System MIA’s Community Fridges beaut...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

Seeing the project as the perfect match, artist Alex Yanes feels it is "exactly the kind of response to food scarcity this city needs, merging creativity with humanity."

Nicolás Dorr… presente y vigente en el sig...

Posted By Jorge Herrera-Monroy

Un autor cubano que no se parece a ningún otro.

Arts leaders divulge navigating virtual ev...

Posted By Josie Gulliksen

Despite the pandemic, the Arts & Business Council of Miami continues its long-running Miami Arts Marketing Project workshop series. The most recent one, held virtually in late March and titled “Impactful Virtual Arts Events,” and led by Aubrey Swanson, founder of Auboom Media a social media consulting, brand management and training business. Lending their expertise