February 2015, Volume 19, Number 1

Cultural Spotlight

Colorful patchwork rocking chair

Sparking Dialogue Through Art

Interactive exhibitions at MDC’s Museum of Art + Design bring new insights.


Older man in foreground and crying person in background

Originality in Various Forms

MDC Live Arts showcases ingenious, distinctive works in what has shaped up to be an unforgettable season of performances.


Andrew Atkinson

Jazzed Up for an Exciting Spring

The Jazz at Wolfson Presents series brings stellar acts to Miami Dade College for the final performances of the spring season.


Band members

Music Biz Lessons Come to Life at MDC

Nominated for a 2015 Grammy with their group PALO!, MDC professors Ed Calle and Steve Roitstein give students valuable insight into what it takes to make it in the music business.


Drawing of a woman from the 1920s

A New Gallery Emerges at Hialeah Campus

The new Hialeah Gallery will be a focal point for arts and culture in the historic community.


Artwork in exhibition space

At the Center of It All

Art students from New World School of the Arts at MDC received great exposure at important Miami art fairs.


Violinist Glenn Dicterow

Making Art Work Helps Students Excel

Violinist Glenn Dicterow engaged directly with NWSA music students as part of the conservatory’s Make Art Work series.


Forbidden City Orchestra Musician

Starting the Year on a High Note

The Confucius Institute at Miami Dade College kicked off the Chinese New Year with a well-attended performance od the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra.



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