May 2009, Volume 13, Number 5

Cultural Spotlight

A student's design for a local Air and Space museum

2009 Architectural Showcase

The showcase featured models, renderings and drawings produced by architectural students at North, Wolfson and Kendall campuses.


Viewers enjoy a gallery exhibition.

At North, the arts find new life

The Festival of the Arts promotes awareness of the arts and celebrates the interconnectivity of the arts disciplines.


Orestes poster

Timeless tragedy revamped for a new generation

Kendall Campus students recently performed a famed Greek tragedy that depicts the consequences of violence and the nature of war.


Willy Chirino and Lissette

Miami International Film Festival 2009

The stars were bright in the Magic City during the 2009 Miami International Film Festival.


A viewer paints on one of González-Trejo's artworks.

An exploration of art as political expression

MDC set to open a compelling art project on how art can serve as individual political expression in a totalitarian system.


Jon Secada

Learning the ropes with Professor Secada

Grammy Award-winning singer Jon Secada gave MDC students and aspiring musicians a crash course in music business on three recent visits to Kendall Campus.


Mark Doty

Annual institute is a writer's haven

Poet Mark Doty, a 2008 National Book Award winner, leads the cast of authors who will teach at this year’s Writers Institute. Presented by FCLA, the institute celebrates literature with a provocative series of workshops.



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