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MIAMI DANCES BLOG: Dimensions Dance Theatr...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

MIAMI DANCES BLOG Jennifer Kronenberg and Carlos Guerra, Founding Directors Dimensions Dance Theatre Miami By Josie Gulliksen The Miami Dances blog features insight into traditional and nontraditional dance programs, performers and choreographers that make Miami’s dance scene special. In this post we feature, Jennifer Kronenberg and Carlos Guerra, founders and artistic directors of Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami. They are

Jog your memory at ‘MemoryLab’ exhibit at ...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

Bringing together the long-standing Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Archive Images at Miami-Dade College and newcomers Obsolete Media Miami (OMM) was

Indie Cinema Profile: Cosford Cinema

Written By Josie Gulliksen

Named after the late Miami Herald Film Critic Bill Cosford, the Cosford Cinema on the University of Miami Coral Gables Campus at 60 years old is Miami’s longest running arthouse cinema.

Miami Arts Marketing Project Labs Continue...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

The Miami Arts Marketing Project (MAMP) is a collaborative high impact series that provides an entry into the latest trends in arts marketing, innovation and exploration of new partnerships and audiences. This cross industry gathering of the creative economy continues

Literary Scene: Dr. Marc Agronin speaks at...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

By Lisa Palley, PalleyPromotes Alzheimer’s touches everyone. Whether someone you know who has the disease, is a caregiver to someone who has it, or is someone who is afraid they themselves might have the disease, Alzheimer’s is in our lives. Especially now that we are living longer. It’s apparent we have figured out how to keep our bodies healthy and strong, but we haven’t yet figured out a way to keep our minds from disintegrating. The full room welcomed Dr. Marc Agronin at a recent evening at Books & Books in the Gables. Some people he knew, and some he didn’t. It didn’t matter, because everyone there wanted – and needed – to hear him talk about his new book, The Dementia Caregiver. The crowd of over 200 wanted to hear what he had to say about Alzheimer’s, especially what he had to say to caregivers of those living with

MIAMI DANCES BLOG: Mary Luft, Founder Tige...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

MIAMI DANCES BLOGMary Luft, Founder Tigertail Productions, Inc. By Josie Gulliksen Miami Dances features insight into traditional and nontraditional dance programs, performers and choreographers that make Miami’s dance scene special. In this post we feature, Mary Luft, founder of Tigertail aShe speaks extensively about her history in Miami’s dance community. Luft is the founder and executive director of Tigertail Miami a 37 year-old Miami-based not-for-profit organization that is committed to the creation and presentation of new work in music, dance,

Arsht Center Announces New Broadway Season

Written By Josie Gulliksen

  Excitement filled the air as season subscribers and other VIP guests milled around the lobby and then took their seats for the recent ArtsLaunch event at the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. The VIP event was a first look at the upcoming 2017-18 Broadway in Miami series, the 12th presented at the Arsht, as hints were dropped about a few special guests of the evening. Master of Ceremonies Bob Bucci from Broadway Across

Arts & Business Council’s first MAMP L...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

The Arts & Business Council of Miami’s MAMP (Miami Arts Marketing Project) Labs series begins at the end of this month, on February 28 with their Analytics Hack Session. It’s happening at the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, a longtime partner of the Arts & Business Council of Miami, from 9:30 a.m. to 12

Community Read of ‘Night,’ honoring Elie W...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

By Lisa Palley, Palley Promotes After finishing a book, I usually find myself in a place where I want to talk about it. I know I’m not the only one, given how many book clubs there are, and the variety of topics that bring readers together. As part of the 2017 Holocaust Education Week is