Stories with 'FIU' tag

Designing the future on Lincoln Road

Growlight summer camp is taking over Lincoln Road with 3D printed designs and innovative urban ideas. And it’s all being done by high school students from all over Miami-Dade County. For its third year, Breakthrough Miami partnered with Florida International University’s Architecture School and hosted 15 students for a four-week program, which focuses on urbanism, […]

/ July 23, 2018


Free event! Workshop on Climate Change in the Americas on Miami Beach

“Climate Change in the Americas” is the theme of the 35th edition of the annual Journalists & Editors Workshop on Latin America and the Caribbean to be held on March 27-28, 2018, at Florida International University’s Miami Beach Urban Studios. Each year, FIU’s Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center and School of Communication+Journalism partner […]

/ March 19, 2018


Miami finally has its first-ever board games cafe

Miami’s got a board games bar now, and it’s not in Wynwood. Two West Miami boys started a homemade mac and cheese, local beer, and hobby games spot.

/ October 12, 2017


Welcome to MBUS Lab

Come join us for refreshments and discussion about our latest work and research projects at the MBUS labs.

/ August 8, 2017


Manspreading, hogging seats: Why are people such jerks on public transit?

We got a great reader question from Christine Rupp, and decided to figure out why people act they way they do when it comes to riding Miami’s public transit.

/ August 28, 2017


Wild. Life.

Wild. Life. presents Michael Gray’s collection of monotype prints of Florida flora that he calls Epiphyte. Inspired by Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights (1495–1505), the images may be understood to illustrate a battle ground, a disarray of chaotic madness, where leaves take over the horizon and reduce signs of any other life form. The intimate portrayal of war […]

/ August 8, 2017


REKONESANS II

The Florida International University’s Art + Art History Department, alongside the Academy of Fine Arts (ASP) in Warsaw, have continued their global academic partnership and will unveil their new exhibition entitled, REKONESANS II Proposed as an attempt to try to build a global dialogue between South Florida and Central Europe, Prof. Kolasinski and Prof. Jarnuszkiewicz, together with the help from the FIU MFA […]

/ August 8, 2017


Bruce Matheson: crank or model for anti-development activism in 2017?

Bruce Matheson, whose family has stewarded Crandon Park since the 1940s, shows one way that private citizens can block big development in Miami today.

/ June 12, 2017



What plans the better idea

What plans the better idea presents new modes of survival, natural selection and mechanizations that use the present to explore ways to influence the future.

/ August 8, 2017