June 2011, Volume 15, Number 3

Cultural Spotlight

Miami Billboard by Flavia Da Rin

AGS Enlivens Region’s Arts Scene

MDC’s Arts Gallery System offered a world of delights this year, ranging from sculpture and printmaking to the smART exhibition, featuring contemporary Latin American artwork.


Women of Calypso

Celebrating the “Year of the Wolf”

With MDC’s Cultura del Lobo Performance Series celebrating its 20th year, South Florida has experienced an outstanding “Year of the Lobo,” or “wolf” in Spanish.


Fuenteovejuna

Prometeo Takes Center Stage Abroad

MDC’s Spanish theater group closed the season with a bang, performing at the Fifth Annual International Conference of Theatre Schools and Educators in Quito, Ecuador.


Actor on stage

A Grand Season for Singing

The MDC Wolfson Opera/Musical Theatre ensemble delighted audiences with sold-out performances this year.


Art Fest

For the Love of Art

South Florida’s art scene received a big boost this spring with popular events at MDC’s North and Kendall campuses.


Gary Mayone

Jazz Series Captivates Audiences

Stellar artists thrilled the public this year during MDC’s Jazz at Wolfson Presents series.


Alex Lacamoire

Alumnus Teaches Students How to Make Art Work

Tony and Grammy winner Alex Lacamoire offered lessons on succeeding in the music business to students at MDC’s New World School of the Arts.


Neuenschwander’s video, Quarta-Feira de Cinzas/Epilogue

Melding Academics and the Arts

MDC’s InterAmerican Campus partners with Miami Art Musuem to give students a unique opportunity to meet Brazilian conceptual artist Rivane Neuenschwander.


NWSA dance students

Dancers Teach Lessons About Nature

A statewide artistic collaboration focuses on the power and fragility of Florida’s waterways.


Dennis Hinrichsen autographing copies of his book

Long Live Poetry!

The Florida Center for the Literary Arts at MDC brought poems to South Florida in April with daily email poetry blasts, a visiting poet and a citywide campaign in collaboration with the O, Miami poetry festival.



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