Fresh thinking triumphs at MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute as the final key ingredient has been added to its breakthrough recipe for culinary excellence. New World Cuisine founder and acclaimed Chef Norman Van Aken recently became the Institute’s new restaurant executive chef.
Arriving at its 20th anniversary with a proud legacy of bringing to South Florida unique live performances from around the world, MDC’s Cultura del Lobo is crystallizing its vision for the future with a new name: MDC Live – Performance Arts Series.
Expanding its role as an arts center, Miami Dade College recently welcomed the renowned Cintas Fellows Collection, the world’s largest collection of Cuban art outside of Cuba.
Anna Maria Litvinenko is living proof that talent has no age restrictions. This summer, the 16-year-old cellist, who studies at New World School of the Arts at MDC, traveled to Russia to represent the United States in the presitigious International Tchaikovsky Competition.
This year, literary culture at Miami Dade College celebrates a milestone – the 10th anniversary of the Florida Center for the Literary Arts, now known as The Center @ MDC.
MDC Jazz Coordinator Matthew Bonelli has quite a legacy in the music industry. As a professional bassist, he toured with the Bee Gees for more than 10 years, playing concerts across the country one day and coming back to Miami to teach class the next.
Teatro Prometeo theater at MDC illuminated the stage like a beautiful midsummer night’s bonfire during the recent 26th annual International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami.
Paying a musical instrument at a professional level is quite an achievement for anyone, let alone students who haven’t reached high school. Now, under the tutelage of MDC Continuing Education Professor Juan Carlos Vera, talented teenagers are accomplishing this great feat.
MDC Kendall Campus’ Studio Theater and North Campus' Lehman Theatre announce a stellar fall lineup.
What makes a great logo? Just ask MDC Honors College graduate Gian Lombardi, who was recently named the winner of the Florida Collegiate Honors Council’s (FCHC) Logo Contest.