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Neil de la Flor

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    Photos: Geoff Sobelle and Annie Saunders in “Holoscenes.” Photos by Lars Jan, courtesy of MDC Live Arts. For 25 years, MDC Live Arts, formerly known as Cultura del Lobo, has brought the most eclectic and innovative contemporary choreographers, dance companies, performance artists and musicians from around the world to Miami. In 2003, MDC Live Arts […]

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    This post has been updated with the details on Garcia’s appearance at the book fair in November. Later this fall, thousands of authors, publishers, agents and book lovers will descend upon Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus for the Miami Book Fair International–an annual event during which Knight Foundation supports a variety of programming. Since its […]

    Article · September 23, 2015 by

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    Photo courtesy of Filmgate Interactive. When it comes to horror films, I’m a hater. The flincher. The guy who screams, grabs the person next to him and closes his eyes when the blood starts to flow and all hell breaks loose. Yet despite my trepidation (or irrational fear), I’m going to go, eyes wide open, […]

    Article · September 16, 2015 by

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    Photo: “Eiko in Fukushima…” featuring choreography by Eiko Otake and photography by William Johnston. Otake will perform a related work, “A Body in Places,” as part of Tigertail’s 2015-16 season. President Obama’s recent trip to the Exit Glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska wasn’t just a hike in the woods. For the President, […]

    Article · September 15, 2015 by

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    Choreography featuring dancers from the West Palm Beach, Fla.-based Demetrius Klein Dance Company. Photo by Joey Bargsten. “MelanchoLalaland”—an opera conceived by composer and Florida Atlantic University professor Joey Bargsten—opens Sept. 13 at the Miami Beach Cinematheque. The transmedia work, which won a Knight Arts Challenge South Florida grant, presents a not-so-distant, dystopian future in which […]

    Article · August 31, 2015 by

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    Big Night in Little Haiti. Photo by Neil de la Flor. On opening night at Laundromat Art Space, a new artist-run collective on the corner of Northeast Second Avenue and 59th Street in Little Haiti, artist Andres Martinez unfurled a giant sign over the front of the building. “Sorry we’re open,” it read. The words are […]

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