After each fold of your brain is in use and your thirst for knowledge has been quenched, well sit back and listen to you. Till then, take cues from the University of Wynwood, a collective created by our very own assistant calendar editor P. Scott Cunningham on the premise that higher learning doesnt stop once youre too old to do a keg stand. The projects inaugural lecture series, titled In All Likelihood, These Dreams Will Be Crushed: Ambitious Cultural Projects from Young Miamians continues with the founders of Miami World Cinema Center (MWCC): Sam Rega, Josh Miller, and Patrick de Bokay.
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The three men will tell how theyve banded together to form MWCC, the citys first nonprofit dedicated solely to growing our burgeoning independent film industry. Their idea won a $750,000 arts grant from the Knight Foundation, and this Saturday night at the Brikolodge Coworking Office, theyll speak publicly for the first time about MWCCs plans. The event dovetails with Wynwoods second-Saturday art walk, so of course free wine will flow for those over 21. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the lecture begins at 6:30. Its free! Visit to universityofwynwood.com for directions and more information.
Sat., March 14, 2009