The genesis for "I Do, I Do" came when one of Yovani Bauta's frustrated art students blurted, "I want to torch my wedding dress!" in his portrait painting class. Bauta had been teaching the tight-knit group of mostly middle-age Latin American women during community education classes at Miami Dade College's InterAmerican Campus for the past two years. After hearing his student's comment, he challenged them to explore their own histories and the institution of marriage by creating self-portraits in the form of a wedding dress, rather than... More >>>