February 2012, Volume 16, Number 1

Cultural Spotlight

Students with Sofia Rei

Emerging Artists Thrive at MDC Live!

A grant from the Knight Foundation will help support a new professional development program for local artists.

Metromorphosis cover

Literary Magazines Capture Top Awards

MDC’s five student literary magazines take home top honors in state, regional and national competitions.

Dancers performing

Ballet Brings Picasso’s Muses to Life

Dancers from New World School of the Arts present an original ballet chronicling the life of famed artist Pablo Picasso.

Jenna Elfman

Fair is Feast for Book Lovers

Miami Book Fair International is an unparalleled celebration of books and reading.

Stilt performers

Teatro Prometeo Unleashes Acrobatic Feats

Theater students learn new crafts from master classes offered at MDC.

Play poster

Students Charm Theater Audiences

Students from the music, dance and theater departments collaborated to perform a musical interpretation of William Shakespeare’s ‘Othello.’


Vibrant Art in Motion

A new kinetic sculpture at MDC’s Wolfson Campus creates an interactive experience for students, faculty and visitors.

Gallery full of patrons

Mix of Emotions

Hundreds came to Miami Dade College’s Freedom Tower for the opening of the Blue & Joy exhibition.

Albert Dotson Jr. and artist Kadir Nelson

We Are The Ship

Kadir Nelson’s paintings inspired by Negro League baseball players recently brought art lovers to MDC’s historic Freedom Tower.

Diane Keaton in Darling Companion

Film Festival Brings Stars to Miami’s Silver Screens

World, international and North American premieres dominate the 29th season of the Miami International Film Festival.

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