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08
Jan
Purvis on Paper 14 – MAR 6, 2015 Miami Dade College

North Gallery Pawley Center, Building 5 11380 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami, FL From MDC’s Permanent Collection and part of a gift from collector Richard Levine, Purvis Young’s works on paper have not been as widely seen as his paintings but express through his energetic and beautifully drawn lines the themes that he worked on during … Continue reading

07
Jan
Voices of the Island: The Cuban Art Collection of Reynier Llanes

The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum presents Voices of the Island: The Cuban Art Collection of Reynier Llanes. Voices of the Island features 55 works by 18 artists, including Llanes, all of whom are from Cuba and most of whom are still living there. The works are part of Llanes’ personal collection. Reynier … Continue reading

18
Dec
U.S.–Cuba Relations: President Obama Announces a New Approach

On December 17 President Obama announced a new approach to U.S.–Cuba diplomatic relations. The new approach includes: Re-establishing diplomatic relations in matters such as migration, counternarcotics, environmental protection, among others. Adjusting regulations to improve travel and remittance policies, support the flow of information between Americans and Cubans, and more. Facilitate an expansion of travel to … Continue reading

15
Dec
Jorge Mendez Gallery Presents Bodegones by Vladimir Cora

DECEMBER 27th – JANUARY 31st Artist’s Reception Dec/27th 6 – 9pm “Bodegones” is the latest series of works presented by Cora at the Jorge Mendez Gallery in Palm Springs, CA. More than 20 of his most recent paintings, characterized by his unique style and technique, maintaining a consistent identity and using rich colors in a … Continue reading

15
Dec
Antigonon, by Teatro El Publico – January 22-25, 2015 @ Miami Dade County Auditorium

FUNDarte in collaboration with The Miami Dade County Auditorium presents Teatro El Público’s Antigonón, written by the unbelievably sharp young playwright Rogelio Orizondo, and directed by the audacious and unwavering Carlos Díaz.  The work departs from the myth of Antigone to fuse with old and new heroes of Cuban history.  Heroes are reborn and others … Continue reading