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Friday, Nov. 9 at 7 pm (Reveron) and at 9 pm (El Malquerido), a tribute to director Diego Risquez. Cinema Venezuela 4th anniversary in Miami, each day a different movie, check the website for more information.
Join the Miami fun for PAMM’s Poplife Social on every Third Thursday! This week includes the best live music, food, drink, and exploration of the galleries after hours in a super lively and friendly setting. Enjoy a night of themed art-making and more on the beautiful museum terrace with a spectacular view of Biscayne Bay for the ultimate classy Miami experience.
Join the Boca Raton Museum of Art for a chance to hear the brilliant voices of Palm Beach Opera’s Apprentice Artists. These singers will be presenting a vibrant concert of arias and songs surrounded by the works in the galleries in this special afternoon event. See the current exhibitions after for a full experience of the museum.
Saturday Nov. 24, 7 – 9 at Arturo Mosquera space: art@work (1245 SW 87th Ave) solo exhibition by Mary Larsen and a Performance at 8 pm by David Rohn.Place Disrupted by Larsen on view until February 21, 2019.
Saturday, November 24th; 8-10pm; South Dade Cultural Arts Center
Go back in time to the 60s, 70s, and 80s with Decades Rewind at the South Dade Cultural Arts Center! Listen to the classic tunes from back in the day performed live by a show band, backed by three huge video screens showing classic American pop culture, concert lighting, world-class choreography, and over a hundred era specific costume changes. The audience is encouraged to show their excitement by singing along, dancing and enjoying the live show with hits by all of music history’s favorites.
December 21-24th; 7pm; Ziff Ballet Opera House, Adrienne Arsht Center
Join the Adrienne Arsht Center for this iconic play in celebration of the holidays! The Nutcracker, performed by the Miami City Ballet, is something to enjoy every December, with memorable music performed live and the best dancers in the city. Perfect for all ages, this is something for everyone to enjoy right before Christmas. Make sure to check the box office a few hours before showtime for student discount tickets.
Friday, January 4th, 2019; 7:30; South Dade Cultural Arts Center
Enjoy this beautifully immersive performance of Swan Lake by the South Dade Cultural Arts Center! In this ballet German folkloric classic, visitors can experience the original soundtrack with the music by Tchaikovsky, as well as 55 stellar dancers in this full-production artistic extravaganza. This romantic and playful story is perfect for all ages.
Saturday, January 5, 2019, 8:00 pm at Pinecrest Gardens (11000 SW 57 Ave, 33156) and Sunday, January 6, 2019, 4:00 pm at the Alan & Diane Liebman Theater at the Michael-Ann Russell JCC (18900 NE 25 Ave, 33180).Free parking at both venues. Orchestra Miami and Magic City Opera join forces to perform two of Bernstein’s exciting masterpieces: Trouble in Tahiti is Bernstein’s gem of an opera about life in 1950’s American suburbia. Arias and Barcarolles is his last major composition, a showpiece song cycle for mezzo-soprano and baritone addressing matters related to family- a perfect pairing with Trouble in Tahiti!
Sunday, January 6th, 2019; 5 pm; Knight Concert Hall
Enjoy the first Sunday of the new year with the Adrienne Arsht Center as you listen to the smooth voice of Maranda Curtis! “The Maranda Experience” includes the authentic voice of this singer, as she shows off her R&B and jazz roots for worshipping music. Maranda encourages everyone to say true to their faith in this unique and completely free experience.
Friday, January 11th; 7:30-10: 30 pm; YoungArts Gallery
Come to support the next generation of artists this Friday to see the greatest talent of high school students across the country. In this exhibition, you will see the most notable fine art, design, and photography pieces of teenagers who have been working in an intensive weeklong program that fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and offers unparalleled guidance to prepare for a career in the arts.
Friday, February 8th; 6-7:30pm; Calle Ocho
Join HistoryMiami for a look into Miami’s most famous neighborhood–Little Havana. Explore the public art and mingle with local artists as you stroll down vibrant Calle Ocho. Explore Cuban art from Modernismo to the Contemporary. Discover the significance of the Ceiba Tree, learn the art of cigar rolling at a local tabaqueria, and reflect upon the words of renowned poet José Martí. Join the historians to learn about what Little Havana means to Miami, and the beauty that lies within it.
IlluminArts and ArtCenter/South Florida present Terence Price II: Here After on Saturday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the New World Symphony’s Sun Trust Pavilion. Starting with a pop-up performance at 6 p.m. in front of our ArtCenter building, 924 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach. A reception will follow at 8 p.m. at ArtCenter. Free.
Wednesday, February 13th; 2:30-5:30 pm; NSU Art Museum Ft. Lauderdale
Join NSU Art Museum for a sophisticated afternoon of tea and opera. This month’s performance is dedicated to honoring Mexican Modernists like Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and other revolutionary artists in celebration of the upcoming premiere of Florida Grand Opera’s of Frida in March 2019.
Thursday, March 14th; 6-8:30pm; PAMM
Join PAMM for the Tout-Monde Festival, in which Caribbean artists are given a platform to express their creativity in multidisciplinary approaches, including film work, installation, and performance. Visitors will be able to view a selection Caribbean short films curated by Jonathan Ali of Third Horizon Film Festival followed by a Q&A session with film directors, as well as a powerful dance and installation work performed by the women of Miami. Yué#Sorority is a project done by female local Caribbean artists who aim to call attention to feminine issues for Women’s month, as well as climate change and a social movement, so make sure not to miss this amazing performance at PAMM.
Thursday, March 21st; 6-8pm; HistoryMiami
Join HistoryMiami for this amazing multicultural celebration of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. In this event, visitors will get to experience the unique traditions and ceremonies of Iran, including a performance by musician Reza Filsoofi and the Caravan Ensemble, featuring dancer Roshana Nofret.
Free! On Saturday, March 30th, at Bayfront Park, children and adults can enjoy a magical and unique spectacle in the city of Miami; “The Tempest”, a classical play by William Shakespeare adapted for children of all ages and their families. At the Tina Hill Pavilion at Bayfront Park (301 Biscayne Blvd.). Shakespeare & Friends introduces children, through theatre, to the world of the greats of Universal Literature, such as Shakespeare, Twain, Melville, Dickens and Alcott.
Friday, April 5th; 6-10pm; ICA Miami
Join ICA for their free first Friday events, with special featured events and activities specifically for Miami Pride month. ICA invites visitors from all communities to enjoy drag performances, complimentary craft beer, and musical performance by SOPHIE. The museum will be open until 10pm, so visitors can explore the galleries and enjoy film screenings, exhibition tours, performances, and more for all ages.
Sunday, April 8th; Adrienne Arsht Center; 3-5pm
Don’t miss the modern interpretation of this classic musical! The tale of murder and outrageous humor is complimented by Stephen Sondheim’s glorious soundtrack to reimagine the iconic story of Benjamin Barker and Mrs. Lovett as it comes to Miami.
When Louis Ortiz shaved off his goatee one day in 2008, his life changed forever…Black Lounge Film Series presents its 3rd Edition of Docs and Books with a special screening of BRONX OBAMA at the Culmer Library in Overtown on Friday, April 12th from 4 – 6 pm. Paired with the book: Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance by Barack Obama.
Wednesday, April 17th; 6:30-8pm; Coral Gables Museum
Join the Coral Gables Museum for a relaxing night of poetry, sophistication, literature, and more. For only five dollars, enjoy a reading of personals by Miami poet Elisa Albo and a slides presentation by artist Tina Salvesen over a glass of wine for National Poetry Month.
Saturday, May 25th; 10am-12pm ; HistoryMiami
Join the HistoryMiami Museum for a closer look at one of the biggest communities in Miami–the Cuban community in Little Havana. See the street art, walk down Calle Ocho, visit historic buildings, learn about the art of cigar making, listen to salsa at the Ball and Chain Bar, and enjoy light bates and specialty Cuban food and coffee.
Where the Oceans Meet, an exhibition of modern and contemporary art that resonates with the pioneering thought of two Caribbean writers, Lydia Cabrera and Édouard Glissant. An international group of forty artists and collectives participate in the exhibition curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal. The panel discussion with two artists in the exhibition–Zins-Browne and Daniel Boyd—and two of its curators—Asad Raza and Rina Carvajal—will be held at 3 p.m., followed by Zins-Browne’s The Chaos Opera at 4 p.m.
Where the Oceans Meet will be on view thru Sept. 29.
Tuesday, April 28th; 12-1:30pm; NSU Art Museum
Join NSU Art Museum for A Sense of Pride even leading up to National June Pride Month. In this special edition, the museum will be hosting a discussion with performance artists Liz Ferrer and Bow Ty Enterprises Venture Capital, as well as live music by Nia, a local femme reggaeton band that celebrates coming-outs, comings of age, and self-accepting. Join to learn about diversity, and embrace and celebrate different communities at the museum.
Tuesday, June 4th; 6-8pm; Adrienne Arsht Center
Join the Arsht Center for Summer Shorts, a series of ten minute comedies, dramas, plays and mini-musicals in an all-inclusive adventure for theater lovers. This special will only be available for the summer, so make sure to check out their opening night production.
Thursday, June 6-7th; 10:30-12pm; ICA Miami
Join ICA and the design district for the “The Distance is Nowhere”, a performance piece by Paul Maheke and Sophie Mallet, artist and film maker. This performance emphasized information and knowledge, and sociopolitical and historical concerns while using the body and water as a medium for exploration.
Friday, June 7th; 6-10pm; ICA Miami
Join ICA for their first Friday social event in which visitors can stay at the museum until 10pm, and enjoy the district district air. The museum will be displaying public art installations by Sol LeWitt, Yona Friedman, Urs Fischer, and Buckminster Fuller. This month will also feature a free performance series produced by 19-time Grammy Award-Winning Producer Emilio Estefan in collaboration with the Miami Symphony Orchestra.
Wednesday, June 19th; 8-10:30pm; Adrienne Arsht Center
Join the Adrienne Arsht Center for “Come From Away”, a new musical by Tony nominees Irene Sankoff and David Hein, and helmed by this year’s Tony-winning Best Director, Christopher Ashley. “Come From Away” tells the tale of peace, tolerance, and trust that stemmed from uneasiness when 7,000 passengers were stranded in Newfoundland.
Thursday, June 20th; 7-10pm; PAMM
Join PAMM for for a live concert by Canadian indie rock band TOPS, a flash theater experience by Miami Motel Stories and more on the museum terrace overlooking the Biscayne Bay in a complete audio-visual immersive experience.
Saturday, July 6th; 8pm; Adrienne Arsht Center
Join the Adrienne Arsht Center and Grammy award winner Dionne Warwick for a one-night performance on Independence Day Weekend. Warwick will perform her renowned songs and ” Walk on By,” “Don’t Make Me Over,” and “That’s What Friends Are For,” among many others while accompanied by a live music orchestra.