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Meet HistoryMiami's New Artist-in-Residence

Meet HistoryMiami's New Artist-in-Residence

Artist Spotlight

Published 9/2/21

Both born in Rio de Janeiro, Rose Max and Ramatis Moraes moved to the U.S. in 1993 and now call Miami Beach home. Rose, a singer and songwriter, comes from a long line of Brazilian music legends and now performs and records music around the world. Ramatis, an acousic guitar player, was born to a family of artists and became a successful songwriter, producer, and arranger. The duo has received various awards for Ramatis’s work as a producer and musician and for Rose’s vocal talents. Through performances and presentations, Rose Max & Ramatis share their passion for Brazilian culture and an appreciation for the mix of traditions that contribute to Brazil’s rich musical history.What is your name and where are you from?A black and white photo of Rose and Ramatis posing with his guitarOur names are Rose Max and Ramatis Moraes. We were both born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.How did you come to live in Miami?In 1993, we were invited to play at the first Brazilian restaurant …

2020 ARTIST INNOVATION FELLOWSHIP SHOWCASE

2020 ARTIST INNOVATION FELLOWSHIP SHOWCASE

Artist Spotlight

Published 6/14/21

The Artist Innovation Fellowship is unique among professional development opportunities as it focuses on personal creative growth and the belief that an entire community will benefit through investments in creative individuals. The program is designed to address the pursuit of innovation in either existing avenues of creative expression or through the pursuit of new ideas and projects without the constraints of budgets or specific project outcomes. Through a generous grant from the Leonard and Norma Klorfine Foundation, the Council awarded five $7,500 Artist Innovation Fellowships in 2020. Fellowship funds could be used for supplies, research, instruction, apprenticeships, travel, or other experiences to help the recipient explore and expand their creative process. The artists awarded the fellowships are:  Anthony Burks Sr., visual artist (West Palm Beach)  Isabel Gouveia, visual artist (Lake Worth Beach)  Amy Gross, visual artist (Delray …

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