February 2014, Volume 18, Number 1

Cultural Spotlight

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A Heart for Art

The MDC Museum and Galleries of Art + Design inaugurates its first annual fundraiser and an exciting spring lineup.


Crowds at Street Fair

Paragon of Literary Celebrations

Thousands assemble for the 30th edition of MDC’s famed Miami Book Fair International.


Aaron Lebos

Redefining Cool

Top jazz acts take the stage as part of Jazz at Wolfson Presents.


Baloji

Telltale Talent

MDC Live Arts’ spring season celebrates originality and creativity.


Tarell Alvin McCraney

Alum’s Production Heads to NYC

New World School of the Arts alumnus Tarell Alvin McCraney completes the successful Miami run of his new play.


Nilo Cruz

Playwright Finds Success on World Stage

Audiences clamor for the new Spanish-language production of Nilo Cruz’s ‘Anna in the Tropics.’


A scene from Little Women

Beyond the Stage

A new North Campus theater production uses the play’s social message to engage students.


Teatro Prometeo performance

Stealing the Spotlight

Teatro Prometeo is still a rising star after four decades.


Artwork by Leonard Turkel

Heavy Hitters

The Museum of Art + Design highlights art with a backbone.


Alberto Ibargüen and Lissette Méndez

Cultural Initiatives Garner Knight Foundation Grants

Coveted funds help bring exciting new programming to MDC’s Miami Book Fair International and Teatro Prometeo.



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