April 2012, Volume 16, Number 2

Cultural Spotlight

Kevin Kline

Thousands Converge at MDC for Film Festival

Throngs of people enjoyed the acclaimed Miami International Film Festival for a 10-day celebration of spectacular films and memorable performances on the city’s silver screens.

Eve Ensler

A Decade of Literary Delights

The Center for Literature and Theatre at MDC is celebrating 10 years of excellence with an exciting roster of events.

Painting by Jean Marc Calvet

Springing into Art

An exciting lineup of exhibitions is budding this season at the College’s Art Gallery System spaces.

Rupert Murray and Claire Lewis

NWSA Student Designs Prestigious Film Award

Stephanie López created an eye-catching trophy for the PUMA.Creative Awards in London.

Teatro Prometeo actors on stage

Playing With the Past

MDC’s theater students put a modern spin on historical characters.

John Jasperse Company

Performing Arts Thrive at MDC Live!

Another spectacular season of world-class performances wows South Florida audiences.

Mike Orta

MDC Jazzing Up Downtown

A monthly concert series makes Wolfson Campus a hopping daytime hotspot for jazz.

Octavio Paz

Poetry Prize Celebrates Diversity

The Center for Literature and Theatre at MDC establishes the Paz Prize for Poetry to recognize America’s best Spanish-language poets.

Chinese dancers

Confucius Institute Marks Chinese New Year

Colorful celebrations at several MDC campuses ushered in the Year of the Dragon.

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