3 Wellness Tips We Learned at Ahana High Tide Festival

3 Wellness Tips We Learned at Ahana High Tide Festival

It’s safe to say, the term ‘wellness’ is commonly used more than usual these days. Or, have we grown to be conscious of it more-so? Maybe it’s synchronicity or what... read more

5 Creative Things You Love and the People Who Started Them to Miami

It’s no secret that Miami’s creative scene is booming, carving its own space among some of the greatest metropolises in the world. From world-renowned art fairs that take over the... read more

Eternity Gallery is Adding International Art to Miami

Perfectly situated on the first floor of Brickell City Centre, find yourself captivated by bright lights and some of the most extravagant art pieces at Eternity Gallery. After recently moving... read more

Poetry 101: Reconnect to the Heart of Human Experience

There was once a time where poetry was the sharpest tool used to convey love, pain, hatred, and every human emotion. It was through poetry where writers and dabblers would... read more

The History of MDC’s Museum of Art + Design

We know that Miami doesn’t have a lack of culture, but it does often feel too widespread to digest. Which is why creative gathering spaces like museums and institutions are... read more

Gumbo Limbo Experiment: Your New Favorite Party

Not often do we get a reason to celebrate art for the sake of celebrating it. Miami’s own Richie Hell and his wife, artist Francisca Oyhanarte may have just proven... read more

The Return of the Black Ballerina

Back in 2016, the Knight Foundation awarded a $150,000 grant to ensure the future of ballet in Miami. With this award, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs was able... read more

Living Together: A Space For Safe Conversation

In times of social instability, our voices and opinions can feel unsafe or unprotected. It’s important to have places where we can openly connect and express ourselves, without fear of... read more

Jumana Emil Abboud: A Powerful Palestinian Voice

There’s a lot of powerful things happening in the world today. We often feel we’re being pulled in every direction at once. Amidst the conflicts, differences, and shifting tides, we... read more

Jacob Collier Soared at Last Night’s Nu Deco Performance

By now, Nu Deco Ensemble‘s prowess is a well-known companion to many local music lovers. Their ability to deconstruct and re-build masterpieces before our very eyes is rare, and also... read more

“The Florida Project” is the Slice of Truth We Needed

The demand for truth in 2017 is higher than ever. Social media, free press, and entertainment are being seized more and more by stories that bleed authenticity. Ideally, this would... read more

Your Favorite Miami Arts Orgs Share This One Thing in Common

When looking out at Miami’s booming art scene, we begin to wonder how these arts organizations and cultural institutions came about. Being successful in the creative sphere is no small... read more

Meet the New Ultimate Experience at PAMM

A new, innovative design has made the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) its home. Known as Cucuyo but referred to as a “mobile cocoon”, is the latest dynamic project combining both... read more

#TBT to Miami City Ballet’s Epic 30th Anniversary

It’s been over 30 years since Miami acquired its official American ballet company, becoming the resident ballet company for Fort Lauderdale and the West Palm Beaches at the same time.... read more

The Best Way to Support Miami’s Arts Scene

When it feels like sometimes there’s just too much going on, locals and travelers both need an easy access to culture, a reliable source for the people and organizations making... read more

The Key to Preserving Miami’s Cultural History

Miami is many things. You’ve probably seen obvious metaphors like “melting pot” or “kaleidoscope” thrown around to describe the extent of our city’s vibrancy in culture, but have you ever... read more

The 10 Local Arts Organizations You Should Know

As colossal as the Adrienne Arsht Center is for the community in Miami, it’s inspiring to see it act as a platform for other local arts organizations in the city,... read more