The first Friday of every month is Gables Gallery Night in Coral Gables. This event, organized in part by Virginia Miller, one of the most active advocates of the arts in Coral Gables, continues its … +
By Manuela Gabaldon
Most of the time we know what the right thing to do is, however, having this knowledge does not exactly mean that we will always do so. We know that we should not do to … +
By Manuela Gabaldon
Pablo Contrisciani’s last exhibition entitled “Synthesis” was on display at the Arch Gallery in Miami this past month. “Synthesis” was comprised of a variety of pieces from a series of works that the artist had … +
I have always been puzzled by the thought of “stage fright”: isn’t the very idea of a stage one that offers a platform of relative anonymity? I say “relative” because performers do not necessarily wear … +
This past month, the Arts and Culture Center of Hollywood held the Abracadabra: Third Annual Fundraising Art Exhibition and Raffle, an event that invites the public to join the efforts of a charitable cause through … +
Churchill’s. Monday nights. Jazz. There’s nothing in Miami that comes close to it. Then again, almost any night at Churchill’s stands out from anything else that goes on, musically and crowd-wise, in this town.
For something quite minimal, albeit sprawling and undoubtedly time consuming, Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova’s An Uneven Floor exhibition at Locust Projects evokes many possible reads. All the implications the work holds may not be immediately detectable.
From Mar 26th through 29th, 2010. When the recession started, it took down virtually every part of the economy: housing, jobs, credit – you name it. And it hit “luxuries” such as the arts especially … +
Like many artists who ply their trade in studios, warehouses, and garages around the world, David Zalben says it’s not about the money. It’s about connecting with people. “Every day I’m here is an opportunity … +