June 2016, Volume 20, Number 3

Cultural Spotlight

A Zheng and dancers

Chinese Pop Icon Captivates Audience

A Zheng’s MDC show offered a sneak peek at his new album.


Movie still

Blast From the Past

The Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Images Archives recently presented The Rewind/Fast Forward Film & Video Festival.


TLC’s Say Yes to the Prom event at MDC

Making Over Futures for High School Grads

MDC teamed with TLC and Discovery to televise exciting news of recipients of MDC’s American Dream Scholarships.


NWSA dancers performing piece by Alvin Ailey artistic director Robert Battle

A Night for Cosmic Talent

The 2016 Rising Stars showcase highlighted the talents of students at New World School of the Arts.


Working Poet Radio Show

Poets Take to the Airwaves

Miami Book Fair recently presented the captivating Working Poet Radio Show.


Still from the movie ‘Viva’

A Celebration of Cuban Film

International favorites graced the silver screen at MDC’s historic Tower Theater.


Artist Kohei Nishino with students at MD

Reveling in the Marvels of Manga

The Japanese art form came to life at MDC’s Miami Animation & Gaming International Complex (MAGIC).


Artwork by Ena Marrero

Where Art and Nature Intersect

The Deering Estate got a creative makeover from New World School of the Arts alumni and faculty.


Photo by Wanda Hammerbeck

Summer MDC Exhibitions Sizzle

The arts season thrives year-round with new works at MDC’s many galleries.


Still from the movie The Promised Land

Directing the Viewer’s Gaze

MDC’s Confucius Institute focused the spotlight on Chinese cinema.



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