Featuring hundreds of authors and vendors while attracting hundreds of thousands of fairgoers, the 27th annual Miami Book Fair International offered more than ever before.
Working with Sculpt Miami, MDC brings new works to the Wolfson Campus, while the North Campus receives the largest collection in the county’s history from artist Alfredo Halegua.
The International Solidarity for Human Rights recently chose MDC to launch its Route to Human Rights multimedia project, which opened with a sculpture by Mauro Arbiza.
MDC’s Teatro Prometeo, the nation’s leading Spanish-language theater program, has been making headlines recently for not only its outstanding alumni but also its faculty.
From Tom Stoppard’s “The Real Inspector Hound” to Jean-Paul Sartre’s “No Exit,” MDC theater groups provide a wide range of works covering the full dramatic spectrum.
Continuing celebrations of its 20th anniversary, MDC’s Cultura del Lobo performance series brings a rich variety of events to Miami, from Women of Calypso to Brazilian icon Lenine.
MDC’s InterAmerican Campus recently hosted the opening of artist Kristen Tabone Woodward’s “Unclear Intentions” exhibition inspired by her research of biblical women.
MDC’s historic Freedom Tower recently featured “¡Patria o Libertad!” (“Country or Freedom!”), a collection of videos and sound pieces exploring the complexities of nationalism.
Alumni from the New World School of the Arts at MDC who now perform with the nation’s top dance companies return to Miami for a tribute performance to Dean Daniel Lewis.
Sweet sounds and captivating rhythms filled the air during the Latin Jazz Festival 2010 at MDC’s Kendall Campus.
MDC builds scholarship funds while increasing understanding of contemporary Latin American art.