Seeking the Essence premiered in Wynwood at Ideobox Art Space, as guests made their way through 18 distinctive interactive displays that invited reflection. Menena Cottin, a philosopher as much as an artist, replicated the exhibit she had created alongside Curator Pedro Quintero in Caracas two years before. Based on Menena's award-winning graphic designs and children's books, the Venezuelan native takes viewers through a sensory experience with displays that are playful, interactive and fully bilingual.
Charlie Cinnamon: Legendary Press Agent
The first-ever museum exhibition about a publicist, honoring the celebrity-studded life and career of Charlie Cinnamon, a promotional genius who was nationally recognized and greatly admired, debuts June 19 at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU.
The Grand Sage of Publicity, for whom all of life had been a stage was unmatched in his field. Because he was revered by the news media at a level uncommon for most publicists, and was highly respected by national cultural institutions, captains of industry, Americas leading philanthropists and arts patrons, his passing in 2016 made national headlines.
SocialMiami Summer Camp Guide
Looking for just the right camp for your youngster this summer? Here are some special selections, ranging for music to sports and dance to technology, that are offered for South Florida kids.
Miami City Ballet End of Season Event
Miami City Ballet hosted an End-of-Season Workshop Performance and Cocktail Reception at the Lynn & Louis Wolfson, II Theatre. Students from Miami City Ballet School performed excerpts from Raymonda Variations, Choreography by George Balanchine, and Juvenal, Choreography by Miami City Ballet dancer Ariel Rose. Over 120 guests attended the exclusive performance and reception, which was held at Villa Azur.
YoungArts at ONE
YoungArts at ONE is the second exhibition as part of the art program ONE Is Where The Art Is by ONE Sotheby's International Realty, in collaboration with the National YoungArts Foundation. At the opening reception Daniel de la Vega welcomed guests and introduced speakers YoungArts President and CEO Carolina Garcia Jayaram, Cathy Leff and four of the exhibiting artists: Frederick Rapp, Henry Rojas, Harley Walker and Alexander Wong. Following the talk, guests mingled while enjoying wine and hors d'oeuvres. The exhibition features work by eight 2018 YoungArts winners in Design Arts, Photography and Visual Arts.