3 days ago | Art
With a cacophony of car horns and reggaeton beats blaring from Ocean Drive to Hialeah, Miami-Dade has become synonymous with noise. Not everyone has similar associations, though. When Charo Oquet, chief curator of Edge Zones’ Miami Performance Int...
1 month ago | Art
Entering its ninth year, Out in the Tropics (OITT) will return to Miami this month. The program’s purpose is to expose audiences to underrepresented artists, effectively blurring the lines separating traditional performative arts genres — and broa...
2 months ago | Art
Amid South Beach’s general fanfare and chaos, a mermaid attempting to sell her tears to passersby might seem like commonplace. However, pedestrians on Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road this weekend should know this aquatic creature does not make an app...
3 months ago | Culture
For intrepid spirits hoping to connect with local artists, Miami’s SWAN Spoken Soul Festival is one of the city’s premier ways to connect with women visionaries. This flagship is part of the city’s SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day celebration,...
4 months ago | Art
For most people, a cruise ship represents a relaxing vacation in the middle of the ocean. For Mitya Trotsky, however, these sea vessels offer those on land an opportunity to catch a glimpse of humanity in its unadulterated form.