Thursday, December 1, 2022

Tag: Art

MuralsDC brings Wynwood to the nation’s capital

MuralsDC is the source of many DC murals, and the graffiti prevention program has helped spread beauty and history across every neighborhood. MuralsDC has been...

Newsbreak February 7th, 2022

A walk was held over the weekend to mark what would have been the 27th birthday of Trayvon Martin. On the heels of Brian...

Museum in Fort Lauderdale displays LGBT History

Stonewall National Museum and Archives in Fort Lauderdale is saying "Don't Ask, Do Tell" in an exhibition that shows how the LGBT community responded...

New Deering Estate art exhibit: “Prelude to 2100”

The interactive art exhibit "Prelude to 2100" opening Thursday presents the historic Deering Estate as a place of refuge for people from around the...

The Frank is a place in Pembroke Pines where art lives...

The Frank C. Ortis Art Gallery and Exhibit Hall at the Charles E. Dodge City Center in Pembroke Pines is home to mesmerizing exhibits...

Newsbreak January 13, 2022

Prices are rising at the fastest pace in decades. A van in Florida bursts into flames, killing the driver. A new report claims the...
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Delray’s Morikami Museum combines nature, art and history (includes video story)

The Morikami Museum, located in Delray Beach, is a center for Japanese culture with grand exhibitions and expansive gardens.  Many visit the place in hopes...

Art Basel week means painting, fashion and more from the beach...

After two years of cancellations because of the pandemic, Art Basel returned to the Miami Beach Convention Center this week. Leading galleries from around...

Asiel Babastro: The Cuban filmmaker who helped spark a revolt

Art is a communication tool that can reveal the truth. Beyond appealing to the emotions, it has been used by artists to denounce dictatorial...

“Womanish” gives activism an artistic spin in Wynwood

Womanish, an experiential exhibit in Wynwood, uses colorful rooms to demonstrate the challenges women face daily. “Womanish is where women are celebrated, but all are...