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Picks of the Week: Film, Dance, and More...

Picks of the Week: Film, Dance, and More...

Performing Arts

Published 8/13/21

CORAL GABLES ART CINEMA: SWAN SONGThrough August 19th Legendary actor Udo Kier (Bacurau) stars as retired hairdresser Pat Pitsenbarger, who escapes the confines of his small-town Sandusky, Ohio nursing home after learning of his former client's dying wish for him to style her final hairdo. Soon, Pat embarks on an odyssey to confront the ghosts of his past – and collect the beauty supplies necessary for the job. More event details here.(Photo: The Swan Song)INTERNATIONAL BALLET FESTIVAL OF MIAMI: CLASSICAL GALASAugust 14th and 15thDance Stars from around the world perform the most famous classical and neo-classical ballet repertoire, featuring prestigious ballet companies represented by their greatest stars. All guest Principal Dancers perform at this Gala with a different program. More event details here.IS PROJECTS: SUMINAGASHI PAPER MARBLING & LETTERPRESSAugust 14th at 11 amIn this workshop, participants learn the basics of Suminagashi paper marbling and letterpress printing! …

Picks of the Week: Museums, Film and More...

Picks of the Week: Museums, Film and More...

Performing Arts

Published 7/23/21

NSU ART MUSEUM: THE WORLD OF ANNA SUIThrough October 3rdWith over 100 looks, The World of Anna Sui explores the glamorous and eclectic world of one of New York’s most beloved and accomplished designers, and invites viewers to step inside Sui’s imagination to discover her creative process and the diverse influences that contribute to her signature aesthetic sensibility. The World of Anna Sui is organized by the Fashion and Textile Museum, London and is curated by Dennis Nothdruft. More event details here.25TH INFFINITO BRAZILIAN FILM FESTIVALThrough July 29thPeople in Brazil and throughout the American territory, from Puerto Rico to Alaska, can watch 25 feature films that have marked the history of Brazilian cinema for free. The films will stream at www.inff.online! More event details here.POMPANO BEACH ARTS: MEMORIES AND MYTHS BY ALEJANDRA ABADThrough September 30thThis solo exhibition is a collection of animated works that relate to folklore, myth, national idealism, and the loss …

Picks of the Week: Art, Music and More...

Picks of the Week: Art, Music and More...

Performing Arts

Published 7/9/21

HISTORY FORT LAUDERDALE: THE ART OF TIM FORMAN: FLORIDA EVERGLADESThrough September 26thTim Forman’s colorful and impressionist Florida Everglades landscapes will be on display in the New River Inn at History Fort Lauderdale. He creates his landscapes to portray the splendor and simplicity of the natural world, and, through his work, seeks to lift the spirits and inspire awe above our day-to-day lives. More event details here.(Photo: History Fort Lauderdale) FLAMINGO GARDENS: DAVID ROGERS' BIG BUGSThrough September 6thVisitors of all ages can enjoy the craftsmanship of 10 larger-than-life sculptures created by artist David Rogers using willow limbs, twigs, and branches, all nestled along the pathways throughout the Arboretum. In the gardens you'll come upon enormous ants marching to a picnic, a giant spider dangling from a tree, and a humongous dragonfly hovering over the water. Highlights of the exhibit include a 10' tall Daddy Long Legs and a 17' long Praying Mantis! More event …

Picks of the Week: Art, Music and More...

Picks of the Week: Art, Music and More...

Performing Arts

Published 6/25/21

POMPANO BEACH ARTS: KARINA IGLESIAS AND THE NU THANGThrough July 3rd Experience a post-modern reimagining of current and classic American, Afro-Caribbean, and Brazilian pop music! Known as the sultry soul and R&B singer from NBC’s hit show “The Voice”, Karina Iglesias’ style combines rhythm & blues, boleros, gospel and hip-hop. She delivers her performances with the intimacy of a deep soul crooner and the conviction and drive of a dauntless female singer/songwriter. More event details here. AREA STAGE COMPANY: ANNIE THE MUSICALThrough July 4thIt’s Annie like you’ve never seen it before! This new take on the classic story will be housed within an immersive theatrical experience that will begin as soon as the audience enters the theatre through a speakeasy-looking door, reminiscent of Annie’s 1933 New York setting. Once inside, audience members will find themselves in The Soap Box, an abandoned, industrial Brooklyn warehouse turned speakeasy, complete with cabaret …

Picks of the Week: Memorial Day Weekend

Picks of the Week: Memorial Day Weekend

Performing Arts

Published 5/28/21

VIRTUAL JAZZ AT MOCA: LUCAS APOSTOLERIS QUINTETMay 28th 7:00 pmBorn in Connecticut and raised in Massachusetts, Lucas Apostoleris is a composer and instrumentalist currently residing in Miami, Florida. In June 2020, Apostoleris released his debut album, Chronicle, which consists of nine original compositions and features Tom Kelley and Carlos Mata-Alvarez on saxophones, Alex Brown on piano, and Dan Montgomery on bass. More event details here.HISTORY FORT LAUDERDALE: HAUNTING ON THE RIVER PARANORMAL BOOT CAMPMay 29th at 6:00 pmJoin Ghostly Experiences at History Fort Lauderdale and discover what it takes to be a true paranormal investigator. At Haunting on the River Paranormal Boot Camp, you’ll learn about the tools paranormal investigators use to explore and explain hauntings. Then, put your knowledge to use by touring some of the oldest historic buildings in Fort Lauderdale - the 1905 New River Inn, the 1907 Pioneer House Museum and the 1899 Ivy Cromartie Schoolhouse Museum - while …

Picks of the Week: Mother's Day Edition

Picks of the Week: Mother's Day Edition

Performing Arts

Published 5/7/21

HISTORY OF DIVING MUSEUM: MOTHER'S DAY WEEKENDMay 8th and 9thThe Museum will be hosting special weekend events with unique programming, scavenger hunts, family fun and more. HDM will be highlighting the "mothers" of diving and how they helped diving grow as a recreational sport, career field and more. More event details here.(photo: History of Diving Museum)DEERING ESTATE: MOTHERS DAY BRUNCH & BAY CRUISEMay 9th Bring the whole family to picnic and play or take a Bay Cruise on Biscayne Bay. More event details here.KEY WEST TROPICAL FOREST & BOTANICAL GARDEN: ART IN THE GARDENThrough July 31st Meander over Garden Boardwalks and down pathways through dappled shade cast by fresh greenscape, colorful blossoms and winged creatures of nature and spot….sculpture! Nature has been benign in recent months with spring rains bringing renewal and the return of “Art in the Garden” with artistic expressions emphasizing harmony with nature. These works are earth-friendly in the selection …

Picks of the Week: Art, Music and More..

Picks of the Week: Art, Music and More..

Performing Arts

Published 3/19/21

MIAMI CITY BALLET: VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSEMarch 20th at 10 amMiami City Ballet is delighted announce our first ever Virtual Open House for young artists of color, their families and teachers. Virtual Open House events are free online, interactive experiences designed to welcome and create access for young artists of color to visit behind-the-scenes of Miami City Ballet and Miami City Ballet School. More event details here.POMPANO BEACH ARTS: DR. ED CALLE PRESENTS MAMBLUE WITH 18-PIECE BAND AND VOCALIST LISANNE LYONMarch 20th through April 3rdSaxophonist Ed Calle is known for his extraordinary musical ability. His distinctive playing style has been heard on hundreds of recordings both as a sideman and soloist. In this outstanding livestreamed concert, he will perform songs from his acclaimed CD Mamblue accompanied by an 18-piece orchestra and vocalist Lisanne Lyon. More event details here.BROWARD ART GUILD: SECRET SYMBOLS A SOLO ART EXHIBIT BY RAFAEL MONTILLAMarch 20th through the 26thCheck …

Picks of the Week: Art, Live Music, and More...

Picks of the Week: Art, Live Music, and More...

Performing Arts

Published 3/12/21

SMDCAC PRESENTS INDIE FLICKS: PICTURE CHARACTERMarch 14th through the 17thIn "Picture Character," directors Martha Shane and Ian Cheney lead viewers on a deep dive into the ever-evolving world of emojis, Japanese for “picture character,” from their humble beginnings in Japan to mobile keyboards across the world. They shed fresh light on the private consortium that approves new emoji offerings and the individuals fighting to make the language more representative of its billions of users. More event details here.NSU ART MUSEUM: THE WORLD OF ANNA SUIThrough October 3rdWith over 100 looks, The World of Anna Sui explores the glamorous and eclectic world of one of New York’s most beloved and accomplished designers, and invites viewers to step inside Sui’s imagination to discover her creative process and the diverse influences that contribute to her signature aesthetic sensibility. More event details here.(photo: NSU Art Museum)HISTORY OF DIVING MUSEUM: ART OF THE ABYSSThrough …

Culture This Month

Culture This Month

Performing Arts

Published 1/14/21

AREA STAGE COMPANY: SHREK THE MUSICALJanuary 22nd through January 31stExperience this dynamic, stripped-down, renaissance theatre troupe-style production directed by Giancarlo Rodaz. Shrek the Musical is performed by seven irrepressibly talented young actors! More event details here. HISTORYMIAMI MUSEUM: BISCAYNE BOULEVARD VIRTUAL TOUR WITH DR. GEORGEJanuary 29th at 6:00 pmReflect upon the rise of Biscayne Boulevard on a virtual tour with HistoryMiami Museum’s Resident Historian, Dr. Paul George. View some of the early buildings that made up Miami’s developing skyline including the Miami News Tower and nearby hotels such as the Alcazar and Everglades Hotel. More event details here. (image: HistoryMiami Museum)BROWARD CENTER OF THE PERFORMING ARTS: ROB SCHNEIDERJanuary 22nd at 7:00 pmExperience a one-of-a-kind evening of entertainment under the stars.A household name and a bona-fide comedy star, Rob Schneider is well known for his trademark blend of character and comedic …

Showcasing Rising Stars

Showcasing Rising Stars

Performing Arts

Published 3/1/18

With an exciting program that includes a vibrant and diverse art exhibition at the New World Gallery, followed by performance excerpts of renowned works in dance, music and theater at the Olympia Theater, the showcase will capture the artistic heart and soul of its guests. With excerpts from the performing arts divisions, the evening will highlight the work of world-renowned choreographers including Echad Mi Yodea by Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin. This iconic dance is set to the music of Israeli rock group Nikmat Hatractor and will be performed by select college dance students. Overture by NWSA alumnus Robert Battle, Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance will also grace the stage.Led by Maestro Alfred Gershfeld, the NWSA Orchestra will come alive with the famous Overture to Gioachino Rossini’s William Tell Opera (popularly known as the William Tell Overture), premiered in 1829 and the last of Rossini’s 39 operas. NWSA Wind Ensemble will present a movement from …

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