September 2008, Volume 12, Number 7

Cultural Spotlight

Branford Marsalis

Cultura del Lobo Series Pushes the Envelope in its 18th Season

For the 2008-2009 academic year, the performance series will continue to push the envelope of artistic expression and expose South Florida audiences to works they wouldn’t see anywhere else.


Actress in costume on stage

French Classic Gets South Florida Treatment

A Spanish-language adaptation of a 17th century French farce was staged at the Lehman Theater at MDC’s North Campus.


Costumes on display

Exhibition at Freedom Tower Explores 100 Years of Spanish Theater

Freedom Tower exibition highlights the evolution of Calderón de la Barca’s plays over the course of a century.


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Graphic Novels, Comics a Highlight of the 2008 Miami Book Fair International

Art Spiegelman will be a featured guest of Miami Book Fair International and has been commissioned to create the poster for the Fair’s 25th anniversary year.


The Grid, Various Artists

Art Gallery System Explores Miami's Art Movement

This year, students will be exposed to the region’s unique art scene through several high-profile art exhibitions.


Hand strumming guitar

Jazz at Wolfson Presents John Stowell

Series launches with the passionate and explorative music of a unique jazz guitarist


Nestor Torres

Kendall Campus Launches Latin Jazz Institute

The Institute will feature master workshops, taught by Latin Grammy winners and nominees.


Professor Preston L. Allen

Professor's Novel Praised

All or Nothing, a novel about gambling addiction by MDC English professor Preston L. Allen, was featured in a recent New York Times Review of Books.


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Students Recognized in Literary Contest

Two MDC students were winners in the League for Innovation’s 2007-08 Student Literary Competition.



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