November 2014, Volume 18, Number 4

Cultural Spotlight

Fanzine in exhibition Zine-O-Mania

Breaking Barriers

MDC’s Museum of Art + Design pushes boundaries with its winter exhibitions, including work by interdisciplinary titan Shen Wei.


The Nile Project

World-Class Talent

MDC Live Arts highlights top stars from around the globe as part of its 2014-15 performing arts series.


Life Feels Good film still

MIFFecito Offers Shot of Hottest World Cinema

The fall mini lead-up to Miami International Film Festival featured fun, daring and inspiring films.


Eddie Palmieri

All That Jazz

A stellar fall season of public concerts at several campuses brings exceptional acts to the local community.


CINTAS ceremony attendees

50 Years of Recognizing Greatness

The esteemed CINTAS Foundation honors top artists at its annual awards ceremony.


Kevin Wynn and Orlando López

A Moving Tribute to ‘Pepito’

The Wolfson Archives revisit an impactful 1961 broadcast about the Cuban exile community.


Euríamis Losada with Thea Brooks

He Loves MDC

Alumnus and actor Euríamis Losada returns to Miami in the role of Ricky Ricardo.


Teo Castellanos

Acclaimed Alumni Unify Talents for the Stage

Teo Castellanos and Tarell Alvin McCraney collaborate on the stage production of ‘Third Trinity.’


Alexander McCall Smith

A Literary Fest of Epic Proportions

The 2014 Miami Book Fair International is bigger and better than ever.



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