As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, MDC is taking a creative approach to raising scholarship funds by hosting smART, a major exhibition and sale of works by Latin American artists.
Increasing support from the National Endowment for the Arts helps Cultura del Lobo celebrate its 20th anniversary in grand style with six programs by artists from the Americas.
Top dancers from around the globe shared their talents with South Florida audiences during the XV Anniversary International Ballet Festival of Miami, co-sponsored by MDC.
In his new book, MDC professor Octavio Roca chronicles the history and worldwide influence of Cuban ballet and tells the tale of the Cuban diaspora and exile dancers.
Now famous on both sides of the Atlantic, New World School of the Arts graduate Tarell Alvin McCraney returns to give back to NWSA by performing scenes from his plays at a fundraiser.
Reviving a 17th century Spanish classic, MDC’s Teatro Prometeo will perform Lope de Vega’s "Fuenteovejuna," which the professional actor-training troupe will then take on tour.
After opening with Steve Martin’s hit "Picasso at the Lapin Agile," MDC has more great plays to offer, from "The Real Inspector Hound" at Kendall Campus to "The House of Blue Leaves" at Wolfson.
MDC’s Art Gallery System offers great exhibitions, including "Memories & Images – Latin America Through Photography." MDC’s West Gallery will offer trolley rides as part of “Social Fridays in Doral.”
MDC’s Miami International Film Festival gears up for a stellar season, with the teamwork of its new director, Jaie Laplante, and guest curator Nicole Guillemet, the festival’s former director.
Having worked on shows that now represent Florida’s history, veteran TV producer Barrie Brett donates 330 tapes to MDC’s Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives.
In celebration of the bicentennial of Chile’s independence, MDC’s Tower Theater recently presented four contemporary films during CINE! Chilean Film Festival 2010.
A short horror film by MDC Kendall Campus students is enjoying international acclaim.
Jazz lovers have every reason to rejoice this year as MDC once again offers a cornucopia of free jazz concerts at its Kendall and Wolfson campuses.