February 2016, Volume 20, Number 1

Cultural Spotlight

Performer making bed underwater

Otherworldly Visions of the Future

The visually stunning Holoscenes installation launches the new Live Arts in Focus series.


Paul Giamatti

Center of the Literary Universe

Miami Book Fair convenes the nation’s largest and finest literary gathering.


Frances Trombly and Leyden Rodríguez Casanova

Putting the ‘Art’ in Partnerships

The Museum of Art + Design at MDC joins forces with artists for impactful programming.


Artwork by María Fernanda Lairet

A Global Point of View

International artists bring different angles on the world as part of several upcoming spring exhibitions.


Woman writing on poster

A Moment for Reflection

An exhibition by art students at InterAmerican Campus salutes our nation’s veterans.


Students observing and performing art

Art Explorations Begin at Home

NWSA students kick creativity into high gear at Casa Lin.


Willy Castellanos

Connecting Students With the Stars

The Make Art Work lecture series gives students insight into the creative genius of acclaimed artists in various disciplines.


Katie Finneran and Natalie Gold

Coaching Young Actors

Tony Award-winning actress and NWSA alumna Katie Finneran inspires MDC performing arts students at a lecture in New York City.


Architectural model by Damian Díaz

Setting the Tone for Peace

A national competition to design a museum dedicated to human rights applauds the work of five MDC students.


Antonio Banderas

Stars Descend on Miami

The world’s hottest films will be featured at the Miami International Film Festival in March.



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