Stories with 'arts' tag

The Colony Theatre has something to say

Marquees: the OG Twitter. Find out how Lincoln Road’s historic Colony Theatre makes the most out of its 140 character entryway.

/ October 7, 2018


IlluminArts presents: A Female Force

IlluminArts presents “A Female Force,” a program inspired by the work of celebrated Cuban-American artist Ana Mendieta at the de la Cruz Collection on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Mendieta’s groundbreaking work was largely autobiographical and focused on themes of feminism, life, identity, place, and belonging. Her art provides a wealth of inspiration to be illuminated through a musical program focusing on arrangements by […]

/ April 5, 2018


Moonlight is just the beginning of what the black arts community can achieve

Davis says there are wonderful things happening in Brownsville and Liberty City and on the heels of “Moonlight,” 2017 will be a year for nurturing that talent.

/ January 9, 2017


The 2016 resolution redux: Howard Herring thinks the best is yet to come in Miami’s music scene

But he says there’s a lot more experimenting to do.

/ December 22, 2016



The 2016 resolution redux: Kathryn Mikesell saw lots of local support in Miami’s art scene last year

She’s looking forward to the many collaborations in the year to come.

/ December 22, 2016


How Miami Light Project went up against Cubanitos and won

As the US-Cuba relationship continues to grow, Miami Light Project is celebrating its ground breaking lawsuit against Miami-Dade to bring the first Cuban artist to the city almost 20 years ago.

/ June 1, 2016


Nu Deco Ensemble takes a bow

In its inaugural season, Nu Deco Ensemble’s classical music mashups filled up auditoriums around Miami. The founders look back at what they’ve accomplished so far.

/ May 24, 2016


Your View: With VONA, writers of color finally have a home in Miami

Writers of color who want to write about more than color now have a place to do that.

/ March 2, 2016


Miami Resolutions: Art

We’re asking local leaders for their aspirations for the city in 2016. We started with leaders in the arts, from the symphony to the street.

/ January 10, 2016