Arts Biz Blog

EXPERT PANELISTS DECIPHER THE ART OF “THE ...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

Speaking to a room filled with representatives from all spectrums of the arts world, nine experts — from the museum, advertising, public relations, professional sports, financial and condo development fields — presented the workshop “What Counts in Corporate Sponsorship.” The event was held at the Adrienne Arsht Center and hosted by the Miami Arts Marketing Project of the Arts and

MEET THE ARTBURST WRITERS: NEIL DE LA FLOR

Written By Josie Gulliksen

Neil de la Flor’s creative spirit has always been present, from his fashion design days in the late 2000s to his recent segue

ArtTUESDAYS/MIAMI PRESENTS ARTS & BUSI...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

Knowing that forging and maintaining long-term partnerships is vital to the survival of arts organizations, the next presentation of ArtTuesdays/Miami on March 11 at Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave., Coral

MEET THE ARTBURST WRITERS: FERNANDO LANDER...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

Fernando Landeros, a native of Tijuana, Mexico, started tickling the ivories when he was just a toddler. At four years old, his mother started him on piano lessons, thinking it would help him work his way through college. “Little did

MEET THE ARTBURST WRITERS: JUAN CARLOS PER...

Written By Josie Gulliksen

Puerto Rican-born Juan Carlos Perez-Duthie came to South Florida from New York after completing his Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications at Fordham University. “I had no clue how long I would stay but my parents had purchased a house in Broward so I moved there,” he remembers. He headed directly for the Miami Herald, where he began as a translator in 1988. No matter what his work, he was ecstatic to be part of a major newspaper, never imagining what would happen to the industry later on. After two years at the English-language Herald, where he copyedited, wrote reviews, and did a few interviews, he realized he wanted to write more. The first writer opening that came up was in El Nuevo Herald. From there he segued into more features, covering areas that were of particular interest to him, ones that reminded him of his years in New York and