1 month ago | Art
Inspired by Jack Kerouac's On the Road, Oolite Arts' "On the Road II" explores the freedom of mobility for Miami's marginalized communities.
2 months ago | Art
Regardless of how you see Miami right now, its arts institutions this season will have you pondering a city we might not recognize in ten years.
3 months ago | Art
Is it an accident that the folks priced out of their neighborhoods and forced into long commutes or migratory lifestyles are the same folks ignored by large arts and cultural institutions? Probably not.
4 months ago | Art
Despite collecting work from eight women of Latinx and/or Caribbean origin and descent, Oolite Arts' next exhibition, "It Will Never Become Quite Familiar to You," draws its title from one of America's favorite 19th-century white dudes: Henry Davi...
5 months ago | Art
The Ward Rooming House, built in Overtown in 1925 and designated a historic site in 2006, is a vestige of Jim Crow-era Miami. When Black and Native American travelers were turned away or harassed at other hotels in the city, Ward Rooming House was...
6 months ago | Art
In 2016, about three weeks after Donald Trump was elected to office and one week before the start of Art Basel, the New York Times published an article about the prestigious Whitney Biennial exhibition in New York — and why it had neglected to inc...