The 28th edition of the Miami International Film Festival at MDC offered endless delights this spring. Featuring more than 100 films from 40 countries along with a series of exclusive parties MIFF showcased a bevy of premieres.
Lily Prellezo spent four years researching and writing Seagull One: The Amazing True Story of Brothers to the Rescue, which was published in the fall.
Miami Dade College’s Teatro Prometeo, under the cultural umbrella of the Florida Center for the Literary Arts (FCLA), is currently touring their recent production of Lope de Vega’s Fuenteovejuna at the Fifth Annual Conference of Theatre Schools and Educators, which is being held in Quito, Ecuador.
Students at Miami Dade College once again participated in the annual League for Innovation Art Competition hosted by Gallery North at North Campus. Out of 52 student works submitted from all campuses, five were selected by the jury to earn awards.
This spring, students and faculty at the College and the New World School of the Arts along with local professional performers are getting the opportunity of a lifetime to learn from critically acclaimed dancer and choreographer Miguel Gutierrez.
MDC’s School of Community Education has teamed up with Pedro Pablo Peña, acclaimed director and founder of the International Ballet Festival of Miami and the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami, to offer a new program focused on classical ballet instruction immersed in the Cuban cultural school and technique.
The Jazz at Wolfson Presents series brought to MDC’s Wolfson Campus more sweet sounds from local and national jazz legends.
MDC’s Kendall Campus Theater department is making news with The Front Page. Wrapping up another memorable season, The Studio Theatre will now be showcasing their production of the beloved comedy classic.