September 2012, Volume 16, Number 4

Cultural Spotlight

Julia Child

Honoring an Icon of Inspiration

Centennial events celebrate the role of Julia Child in the creation of MDC’s Miami Culinary Institute.

Rennie Harris Puremovement

Putting the World on Stage

MDC Live Arts’ newest season will feature performers from around the globe.

Photograph by Jaimie Warren

A Renaissance of Art

The MDC Museum and Galleries of Art + Design open a highly anticipated exhibition season with a new name, new spaces and a roster of major artists.

Camille Paglia

Where Books Reign Supreme

A host of literary greats are lined up for Miami Book Fair International this November.

Hannah Ghelman and Guillermo Pérez acting

Teatro Prometeo Enters New Frontiers

MDC’s Spanish-language theater company turns professional at an international festival.

Hery Paz

Music to Jazz Lovers’ Ears

The popular Jazz at Wolfson Presents concert series boasts a smashing fall lineup.

Luis Castañeda and Adriana Pérez-Leyva

Morphing Life at MDC

One of MDC’s five award-winning literary magazines celebrates 25 years of transforming a commuter college into a community.

Juan Miguel Gutiérrez Tinoco

Exploring New Horizons of Spanish Language

Ibero-American diplomats and scholars meet for a timely language colloquium at MDC.

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