New City Players Lab 5/20/19

New City Players Lab
Monday, 05/20/2019 – 05/20/2019 07:15 pm – 09:15 pm
Cafe Collective
100 N Federal Highway, #C4-3,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
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Cost: Admission is free for all.

NCP Lab invites creatives of all kinds for an evening of connection, collaboration, and support. Have a monologue you’re working on? Or a song you wrote? A stand-up set? A poem? Café Collective is proud to be a safe hub for all artists wanting to share and receive feedback from each other. Anyone looking for inspiration and insight is welcome at no charge!

New City Players: City Speaks Storytelling 5/30/19

New City Players: City Speaks Storytelling
Thursday, 05/30/2019 – 07:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Café Collective
100 N Federal Highway, Suite #C4,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Website
Cost: Free

New City Players is bringing the community together for an evening of storytelling, truth speaking and listening. Unfiltered and uncensored, City Speaks allows the people of Fort Lauderdale to speak their minds and be heard. The event will be held from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. and attendees can register to speak at the event by visiting http://www.newcityplayers.org/cityspeaks/

Superhero Day at Barter Wynwood 4/28/19

Superhero Day at Barter Wynwood
Sunday, 04/28/2019 – 04:00 pm – 01:00 am
Barter Wynwood
255 NW 27th Terrace,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: Free

Barter Wynwood is honoring superheroes both fictional and real. Join us for a super celebration featuring creative cocktails, great music and a superhero costume contest for cash prizes. Register to attend and get access to our Super Open Bar featuring 2 full hours of complimentary drinks. So what are you waiting for, get into character and let’s celebrate National Superhero Day on Sunday, April 28th.

SUPER SPECIALS
– 2 Hour Open Bar (4PM to 6PM) – Registration Required
– $10 Super Hero Cocktails (All Day & Night)
– Buy 1 Bottle, Get 2nd Bottle Free (All Day & Night)

COSTUME CONTEST
– Super Hero Costume Contest – $250 in Prizes

Not all heroes have to wear capes, have superpowers, or battle villains. You too can be a superhero by donating to AIDS Walk Miami. A portion of the proceeds from our Superhero Day will be benefiting our friends at AIDS Walk Miami so that we can all do our part to be a hero to someone in need.

Music by Wasabi & Zilla

#nationalsuperheroday
#barterwynwood
#aidswalkmiami

10 Days of Connection / Connect Miami 5/1/19, 5/2/19, 5/3/19, 5/4/19, 5/5/19, 5/6/19, 5/7/19, 5/8/19, 5/9/19, 5/10/19


10 Days of Connection / Connect Miami
Wednesday, 05/01/2019 – 05/10/2019 08:00 am – 10:00 pm
CIC Miami
1951 NW 7th Ave #600,
Miami, Florida 33136
Website
Cost: Free

10 Days of Connection is a community-led initiative to promote kindness and inclusion in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. From May 1-10, participants are invited to attend connection experiences hosted by more than 100 local organizations, and are challenged to step outside of their comfort zone to forge new connections across lines of difference.

In recent years, people have become increasingly divided across lines of difference. Incidents of hate have increased, and tolerance for differing ideas has decreased. For ten days each year, we challenge the entire community to break down silos and engage in acts of connection, to build empathy, to increase understanding, and to refocus on our shared humanity.

Join in! Our community will be stronger when we all commit to focusing on what unites us instead of what divides us. A full calendar of events is available at http://bit.ly/ConnectionEvents2019.

Join the conversation by following @ConnectMiami on Facebook, @10dofc on Twitter and Instagram, and by using the hashtag #10DaysOfConnection to share your experience. Learn more at.

For more information visit, http://bit.ly/10DaysOfConnection.

Contact:
For additional information and/or questions contact:
Joan Marie Godoy
www.hello@10daysofconnection.org
(786) 327-3634

Museum of Art and Design at MDC Presents the Reading Series: To Write Miami with Fabienne Josaphat 5/15/19

Museum of Art and Design at MDC Presents the Reading Series: To Write Miami with Fabienne Josaphat
Wednesday, 05/15/2019 – 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
Soya e Pomodoro
2502, 120 NE 1st St,
Miami, Florida 33132
Website
Cost: Free

Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College will present To Write Miami, a series of readings by Miami authors that explores the city’s fascinating relationship with literature. The participating author, Fabienne Josaphat recently made the Notable Essays mentions in Best American Essays 2016 for “Summer is an Empty House”.

Museum of Art and Design at MDC Presents the Reading Series: To Write Miami with Pedro Medina León and Hernán Vera Álvarez (Event in Spanish) 5/29/19

Museum of Art and Design at MDC Presents the Reading Series: To Write Miami with Pedro Medina León and Hernán Vera Álvarez (Event in Spanish)
Wednesday, 05/29/2019 – 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
Soya e Pomodoro
2502, 120 NE 1st St,
Miami, Florida 33132
Website
Cost: Free

Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College will present To Write Miami, a series of readings by Miami authors Pedro Medina León and Hernán Vera Álvarez. Pedro Medina León is the author of the acclaimed novel Varsovia (Florida Book Award 2017). Hernán Vera Álvarez has been featured in magazines and newspapers in the United States and Latin America such as El Nuevo Herald, Meansheets, Loft Magazine, El Sentinel, Sea-Latino, TintaFrescaUS, La Nación, and Clarín.

Museum of Art and Design at MDC Presents: To Write Miami with Patricia Engel 4/24/19

Museum of Art and Design at MDC Presents: To Write Miami with Patricia Engel
Wednesday, 04/24/2019 – 07:30 pm –
Soya e Pomodoro
120 NE 1st St,
Miami, Florida 33132
Website
Cost: Free

Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College will present To Write Miami, a series of readings by Miami authors that explores the city’s fascinating relationship with literature. The participating author, Patricia Engel won the 2017 Dayton Literary Peace Prize and was named a New York Times Editors’ Choice and won the International Latino Book Award for “It’s Not Love, It’s Just Paris”.

New City Players Lab 3/25/19

New City Players Lab
Monday, 03/25/2019 – 07:15 pm – 09:15 pm
Café Collective
100 N Federal Highway, #C4-3,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Website
Cost: Free

NCP Lab invites creatives of all kinds for an evening of connection, collaboration, and support. Have a monologue you’re working on? Or a song you wrote? A stand up set? A poem? Café Collective is proud to be a safe hub for all artists wanting to share and receive feedback from each other. Anyone looking for inspiration and insight is welcome at no charge!

The 22 Annual Melton Mustafa Jazz Festival 2/22/19, 2/23/19,2/24/19

The 22 Annual Melton Mustafa Jazz Festival
Friday, 02/22/2019 – 02/24/2019 07:00 pm – 11:55 pm
The Lyric Theatre
819 NW 2nd Ave,
Miami, Florida 33136
Buy Tickets
Cost: $20 – $200

If you are in the South Florida area, I would like to invite you to the 22nd Annual Melton Mustafa Jazz Festival.
Friday – jazz & poetry night.
Saturday student workshops (open invite to band directors & music students of all ages)
Sunday – Red Carpet & Festival Concert

Come and join us for a full weekend of Real Jazz, Poetry, Dancing, and Art!

South Florida’s Real Jazz Festival,
Continuing the Legacy of Jazz!

The 22 Annual Melton Mustafa Jazz Festival 2/22/19, 2/23/19,2/24/19

The 22 Annual Melton Mustafa Jazz Festival
Friday, 02/22/2019 – 02/24/2019 07:00 pm – 11:55 pm
Historic Lyric Theater
819 NW 2nd Ave,
Miami,, Florida 33136
Website
Cost: $20 – $200

Brent Charles is performing the Opening Night!

Accompanied by the incredibly, talented musicians and poets, including Doug Emery – Piano, Donald C. Thomas -Drums, Senegal Apostolo – Bass!

Poets: Quick, Analogy, Red Writing Hood, & Elaina Whorley!
Come and join us for a full weekend of Real Jazz, Poetry, Dancing, and Art!
South Florida’s Real Jazz Festival,
Continuing the Legacy of Jazz!

Brent Charles is performing the Opening Night *

Fri. Feb. 22nd with the incredibly talented musicians and poets, including Doug Emery – Piano, Donald C. Thomas -Drums, Senegal Apostolo – Bass!

Poets: Quick, Analogy, Red Writing Hood, & Elaina Whorley!

Raw Storytelling- In Too Deep 1/10/19

Raw Storytelling- In Too Deep
Thursday, 01/10/2019 – 08:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Café Collective
Unit C4-3, 100 N Federal Hwy,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Website
Cost: Free

Café Collective is bringing the community together to share, discover and unite through storytelling.
Unfiltered and uncensored, the event will be centered around the theme: In Too Deep which allows each storyteller to share their experiences in a judgment-free space. The event will be held from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. and attendees can register for the event by visiting RAWStorytelling.org.

Best of Backroom 12/29/18

Best of Backroom
Saturday, 12/29/2018 – 06:00 pm – 11:00 pm
X Miami Apartments
X Miami Apartments, 230 NE 4th St,
Miami, Florida 33132
Buy Tickets
Cost: $10

What began as a small function amongst friends has now successfully become a platform for locals in Miami-Dade County. Celebrating another 365 days of culture in the 305, Backroom Sessions closes out 2018 with its 2 year anniversary showcase, “Best Of Backroom”. Featuring the cream of the crop in homegrown talent, the multi-genre concert will be filled with local Visual & Performing Arts activations that highlight the creative communities. These will be complemented by vendors offering a selection of merchandise, food, & drinks that are custom to the culture found down here at the Bottom of the Map. Hosted by local influencer Sean Bang, Best Of Backroom will take place at The X Miami on Saturday December 29th at 6 PM. Come through and show love to the locals putting on for the city.

Last Friday Open Poetry Reading 10/26/18

Last Friday Open Poetry Reading
Friday, 10/26/2018 – 07:30 pm – 09:30 pm
Books & Books
265 Aragon Avenue,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Website
Cost: Free

Famous Last Friday Poetry Series at Books & Books is among the
oldest regular poetry readings in the United States (#16). Jonathan Rose
has been its moderator since 1992, but the readings have taken place since
the bookstore opened in Oct. of 1982.
Bring a poem or two of your own or one of your own and another by a
favorite poet. Read in any language. This is your chance. Positive
atmosphere. If you’ve never read aloud before, this is the place to start.

CityPlace Doral Presents Hispanic Heritage Festival of Arts and Poetry 10/18/18

CityPlace Doral Presents Hispanic Heritage Festival of Arts and Poetry
Thursday, 10/18/2018 – 10/19/2018 03:00 pm – 09:00 pm
CityPlace Doral
8300 NW 36th St, Doral, FL 33166,
Doral, Florida 33166
Website
Cost:

CityPlace Doral is proud to present the first Hispanic Heritage Arts & Literature Festival on Thursday, October 18 and Friday, October 19. Created in partnership with the Hispanic Heritage Literature Organization and Miami-Dade County Public Affairs, the two-night event will showcase some of the most beloved Hispanic literature, and invite guests to experience cherished Latin poems, readings and arts.

RedEye Beyond 7/14/18

RedEye Beyond
Saturday, 07/14/2018 – 07/14/2018 06:00 pm – 10:00 pm
ArtServe
1350 E Sunrise Blvd.,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
Buy Tickets
Cost: $15-100

Live bands. Indie films. Spoken word. Live art. A surprise at every turn! RedEye dares you to let loose as artists of every genre create a wild underground art extravaganza.

10 Days of Connection / Connect Miami 5/1/18 – 5/10/18

10 Days of Connection / Connect Miami
Tuesday, 05/01/2018 – 05/10/2018 08:00 am – 10:00 pm
Various locations throughout South Florida
1951 NW 7th Ave #600,
Miami, Florida 33136
Website
Cost: Free

10 Days of Connection is a community-led initiative to promote kindness and inclusion in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. From May 1-10, participants are invited to attend connection experiences hosted by more than 130 local organizations, and are challenged to step outside of their comfort zone to forge new connections across lines of difference. A full calendar of events is available at http://bit.ly/ConnectionEvents.

Join the conversation by following @ConnectMiami305 on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and by using the hashtag #10DaysOfConnection to share your experience. Learn more at 10daysofconnection.org.

For any additional questions please contact:
Joan Marie Godoy
joan@radicalpartners.net
(786) 327-3634

MOAD MDC – Richard Blanco: Poetry Along the Bay 4/27/18

MOAD MDC – Richard Blanco: Poetry Along the Bay
Friday, 04/27/2018 – 07:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Bayside Marketplace
401 Biscayne Boulevard,
Miami, Florida 33132

Cost: $15 general admission; $10 MDC Faculty and Staff; $5 students with ID; free to MDC students with RSVP and ID

Long inspired by the cultural diversity and beauty of Miami, the city where he spent most of his life, acclaimed Cuban American poet Richard Blanco will read from his works during an evening cruise onboard the Miami Lady. As the boat sails on Biscayne Bay under the stars, past illuminated landmarks old and new, audiences will hear a poetry that grapples with the state of the world and our place in it, and demonstrates why Miami remains an incubator for artistic talent in many fields.

An influential poet and story teller, Richard Blanco invites audiences to reconnect to the heart of human experience. Born in Madrid to Cuban exiled parents and raised in Miami, he has created a body of work characterized by the negotiation of cultural identity and place. He is the author of the award-winning memoirs The Prince of Los Cocuyos: A Miami Childhood and For All of Us, One Today: An Inaugural Poet’s Journey; the poetry chapbooks Matters of the Sea, One Today, and Boston Strong; the poetry collections Looking for the Gulf Motel, Directions to the Beach of the Dead, and City of a Hundred Fires; a children’s book of his inaugural poem, “One Today,” illustrated by Dav Pilkey; and Boundaries, a collaboration with photographer Jacob Hessler. With Ruth Behar, he is co-creator of the blog Bridges to/from Cuba: Lifting the Emotional Embargo, which provides a cultural and artistic platform for sharing the real lives and complex emotional histories of thousands of Cubans across the globe. He has been a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow and received honorary doctorates from Macalester College, Colby College, and the University of Rhode Island. He has continued to write occasional poems for organizations and events such as the re-opening of the U.S. embassy in Havana.

Event will take place on Miami Lady, Island Queen Cruises
Cruise will be leaving from Bayside Marketplace
401 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami

MOAD MDC – Jack Hirschman: Poetry and Jazz 4/28/18

MOAD MDC – Jack Hirschman: Poetry and Jazz
Saturday, 04/28/2018 – 07:00 pm – 09:00 pm
North Beach Bandshell
7275 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida 33141

Cost: Free with RSVP

Poetry and Jazz finds San Francisco writer Jack Hirschman joined by the Terni Jazz Orchestra Ensemble for an innovative evening of music, poetry, and politics, featuring the poet’s distinctive voice as an integral part of original music compositions. The longstanding collaboration between Hirschman and the group of Italian musicians, led by composer/arranger Marco Collazzoni and saxophonist Francesco Guzzetta, began at the International Poetry Festival in Sarajevo, Bosnia, thanks to the patronage of Casa della Poesia di Salerno, and culminated with the recording of a CD presented at Teatro Valle in Rome in 2014.

Hirschman is one of the most distinctive voices of the American counterculture, known for his radical engagement with both poetry and politics. His long literary career as acclaimed poet, essayist, and translator is interlaced with artists like Charles Bukowski, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Born in 1933, he grew up in the Bronx and, as a young man, had an early brush with fame when Ernest Hemingway wrote him a letter, later published as “A Letter to a Young Writer.” Hirschman has lived in California since the 1970s. In 2002, he received the Book Award Life Achievement from the Before Columbus Foundation and in 2006 he was named Poet Laureate of San Francisco. Hirschman has published more than fifty volumes of poetry and has translated radical poets from around the world from Russian, French, German, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Albanian, Yiddish, Vietnamese, and Creole.

The Miami Flea: Local Love Edition 2/18/18

The Miami Flea: Local Love Edition
Sunday, 02/18/2018 – 02:00 pm – 06:00 pm
The Miami Flea
1445 North Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33136
RSVP / Register
Cost: Free

This month’s edition of the always-popular Miami Flea will put even more of a spotlight on homegrown talent. The special “local love” installment of the open-air event will feature countless offerings from resident artists, craftspeople and food vendors, as well as live shows by area musicians, including Lone Wolf OMB, Elastic Bond, and The Polar Boys. Grab a plate of gourmet delights in the Grub Garden or a cocktail at Mac’s Pub. For the little ones, the Kids’ Corner is always a hotspot for craft-making, face-painting and more. Still looking for a belated Valentine’s Day gift? With his typewriter at the ready, The Biscayne Poet will be onsite to draft an improvised poem at your request.

P.O.T.S. presents Black History Expo 2/24/18

P.O.T.S. presents Black History Expo
Saturday, 02/24/2018 – 12:00 pm – 04:00 pm
Northside Plaza
20404 NW 22nd place,
Miami, Florida 33147

Cost: Free

Bring the family out and celebrate a day in black history with the P.O.T.S. Foundation! Live poetry, Hip-Hop flutist, singers, rappers, you name it! watch visual artists freestyle on the canvas! Participate in a black history trivia contest! Watch Jan-Ice perform “Stand My Ground!”

Jumana Emil Abboud: Out of the Shadows III 2/23/18

Jumana Emil Abboud: Out of the Shadows III
Friday, 02/23/2018 – 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
MDC Wolfson Auditorium
300 NE 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33132

Cost: Free

In Out of the Shadows III, Jumana Emil Abboud asks “What do places speak of?” This audio-visual performance includes Palestinian folk-tales and traditional oral histories. These stories that inspire the artist have always emphasized the importance of relationships with the landscape and with sources of water. Evoking her Palestinian roots and the places to which she is deeply connected—Jerusalem, Jericho, the Dead Sea, and the Galilee—the artist uses music, poems, and drawings to weave together past and present, contemporary reality and the unseen world with its jinns and ghoulehs. For this world premiere, Abboud collaborates with Issa Freij, and the artists reflect on their experiences during a four-year film project as they searched for the haunted sites of which the tales tell. Their interactive storytelling explores folk customs, sacred objects, and enchanted locations to underscore themes of memory, loss, and resilience.

Famous Last Friday Open Poetry 1/26/18

Famous Last Friday Open Poetry
Friday, 01/26/2018 – 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
Books and Books
265 Aragon Ave.,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134

Cost: Free

Jonathan Rose has been moderating this open poetry reading (the last Friday of every month)
since 1992 [It ranks #16 nationally since the event has been held since B & B opened in 1982.]
People are encouraged to attend whether or not they are poets (to read from poetry books found
in the bookstore).

Saturday Sessions 1/6/17

Saturday Sessions
Saturday, 01/06/2018 – 05:00 pm – 08:00 pm
The Megaphone
808 NW 13th Terrace,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33311
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Cost: Free

An exciting monthly event featuring poets, actors, singers, and more in a festival-type atmosphere in the heart of Downtown Ft. Lauderdale.

Saturday Sessions is a monthly gathering bringing dynamic performances to the heart of Greater Fort Lauderdale (Historic Sistrunk). It is a free community event featuring live theatre, music, poetry, and more.

At Saturday Sessions, community organizations will have opportunities to advertise their services, and small businesses will have a platform to grow and engage new audiences. The mission of Saturday Sessions is to create an authentic cultural exchange between emerging artists and a community prepared to support them.

This has been made possible by support from the following Community Foundation of Broward Funds: Helen and Frank Stoykov Charitable Endowment Fund, The Robert Elmore Family Fund and Mary and Alex Mackenzie Community Impact Fund.

Yiddishkayt Initiative presents the South Florida Premiere of the highly acclaimed Joseph Papp Yiddish Theatre production Reflections of a Lost Poet Starring Avi Hoffman 12/13/17-12/24/17

Yiddishkayt Initiative presents the South Florida Premiere of the highly acclaimed Joseph Papp Yiddish Theatre production Reflections of a Lost Poet Starring Avi Hoffman
Wednesday, 12/13/2017 – 12/24/2017 08:00 pm – 10:00 pm
The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center’s (MAR-JCC) Cultural Arts Theatre (JCAT)
18900 NE 25th Avenue,
North Miami Beach, Florida 33180

Cost:

MIAMI, FL – Renowned actor Avi Hoffman will star in the South Florida premiere of Reflections of A Lost Poet. Reflections will run at The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center’s (MAR-JCC) Cultural Arts Theatre (JCAT) from Wednesday, December 13 through Sunday, December 24, 2017.
Reflections of A Lost Poet will be performed in the original Yiddish language with both English and Spanish supertitles. Performances in Yiddish with English supertitles have proven to be a success, as with Mr. Hoffman’s Drama Desk nominated Off-Broadway performance of Willy Loman in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman in Yiddish and Paula Vogel’s Indecent, seen last year on Broadway and on PBS, in which some of the dialog was in Yiddish.
Reflections of A Lost Poet, written by acclaimed playwright Miriam Hoffman, (who is also Avi’s mother and was recently inducted into the Bronx Jewish Hall of Fame), is a one-man tour de force following the life and times of Itzik Manger, considered one of the greatest Yiddish poets. The play is a serious, occasionally funny, monologue comprised of songs and poems, capturing Manger’s joy and anguish during the tumultuous years of Europe’s burgeoning Jewish culture, before it was decimated by WWII. The Megillah of Itzik Manger was the last musical performed on Broadway, entirely in Yiddish, in 1968.
“It will be one of my most meaningful performances, as it’s written by my mother and I’ll be speaking solely in Yiddish, which is the heart and soul of the great poet Itzik Manger’s work,” said Avi Hoffman. “For the past few years, my mother and I have reestablished the Joseph Papp Yiddish Theatre, which aims to keep the Yiddish culture alive. The fact that this show will be performed in Yiddish, with English and Spanish subtitles, is a step in helping us reach our goal.”

WHERE: The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center’s (MAR-JCC) Cultural Arts Theatre (JCAT)
18900 NE 25th Avenue
North Miami Beach, FL

WHEN: December 13 – 24, 2017
Wednesday, December 13 at 8pm
Saturday, December 16 at 8pm
Sunday, December 17 at 7pm
Wednesday, December 20 at 2pm & 8pm
Saturday, December 23 at 8pm
Sunday, December 24 at 1pm

TICKETS: General Admission: $36, Seniors: $25, Students: $18
Purchase tickets here www.jcctheater.com

If you’d like to attend any of the performances, please RSVP directly to Margie at margie@jwipr.com. For more information about the Yiddishkayt Initiative, please visit www.YiddishkaytInitiative.org.

Saturday Sessions 12/2/17

Saturday Sessions
Saturday, 12/02/2017 – 05:00 pm – 08:00 pm
The Megaphone
808 NW 13th Terrace,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33311
Website
Cost: Free

Saturday Sessions is a monthly gathering bringing dynamic performances to the heart of Greater Fort Lauderdale (Historic Sistrunk). It is a free community event featuring live theatre, music, poetry, and more.

At Saturday Sessions, community organizations will have opportunities to advertise their services, and small businesses will have a platform to grow and engage new audiences. The mission of Saturday Sessions is to create an authentic cultural exchange between emerging artists and a community prepared to support them.

A Night in Paris with Chopin and Malibran 12/3/17

A Night in Paris with Chopin and Malibran
Sunday, 12/03/2017 – 05:00 pm – 06:30 pm
Steinway Piano Gallery
4104 Ponce De Leon BLVD,
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Website
Cost: Free Entrance

The Art Salon, a reenactment of a typical evening, with dialogues and an intimate concert at the Merlin residence.

Feedback 12/7/17

Feedback
Thursday, 12/07/2017 – 08:00 pm –
Arts Garage
94th NE 2nd Ave,
Delray Beach, Florida 33444
Buy Tickets
Cost: $10-$12

Calling all poets, writers, and lyricists! Join us for a night of linguistic word play at Delray’s New Poetry Open Mic Hosted by Chunky. 1st Thursday of every month. Let the power of the spoken word transform your Thursday.

HURRICANE Photo Book Exhibition to Launch Miami Book Fair – Spectacular Images Transform Devastation into Art 11/12/17

HURRICANE Photo Book Exhibition to Launch Miami Book Fair – Spectacular Images Transform Devastation into Art
Sunday, 11/12/2017 – 11/19/2017 12:00 pm –
Miami Book Fair
300 NE 2nd Ave,
Miami, Florida 33132
Website
Cost:

Miami Book Fair kicks off this year on Sunday, November 12th, with a photo exhibition for HURRICANE, a new book by Miami photographer, Barry Fellman, with spectacular photos that transform devastation into art. The book includes essays by hurricane hero Bryan Norcross, and Vicki Goldberg, art critic of the NY Times.

HURRICANE will be featured when MDC president Eduardo Padrón opens the Miami Book Fair November 12, and is the only book with an exhibition at the Fair. Large scale photos will displayed at the main event venue The Porch throughout the week, and there will be a conversation with author and Bryan Norcross on October 18 at 10:30 am.

More information is available at www.hurricaneandrew.com.

Open Mic Tuesdays August Show Feat C Monsters 8/22/17

Open Mic Tuesdays August Show Feat C Monsters
Tuesday, 08/22/2017 – 08/22/2017 06:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Art Serve
1350 E. Sunrise,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
RSVP / Register
Cost: $5

Open Mic Tuesdays
Aug 22nd

Redeye Headlining Performer:
The C Monsters

Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh.

Doors Open – 6:30 pm
Showtime 7:00 pm
Admission – $5

ArtServe
1350 E Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale 33304

ArtServe presents Open Mic Tuesdays hosted by the inimitable Michelle Rose Domb! We welcome talent from all walks of life: actors, singers, musicians, dancers, spoken word poets, comedians and more. There’s a mic, a barstool, a spotlight… all we need is you.

Show begins promptly at 7:00 pm. Time slots fill up FAST. It is highly recommended that artists register for the event in advance, to secure his/her time slot here: http://www.artserve.org/products-page/art-gift-shop/open-mic-tuesdays/.

Content is open rated. Please note, we are open to crowds of ALL AGES.
Solo talent is designated up to 8 minutes. Group talent is designated up to 10 minutes. Respect the time given/share your time by sticking around after your performance= respecting your fellow talent. We all love playing to a full house.

Sound check will be made available on a first-come first-serve basis from 5-6pm. Bring your instruments — house PA provided.

Concessions will be available.

This event repeats 4TH Tuesday Of The Month.

ArtServe empowers local artists and cultural entities to achieve their vision, improve the cultural fabric of our community and discover innovations in the arts by providing ongoing programs, facilities, and services.

Open Mic Tuesdays – Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh #GetServed

Book Presentation | Tell My Mother I Gone to Cuba: Stories of Early 20th-Century Migration 9/27/17

Book Presentation | Tell My Mother I Gone to Cuba: Stories of Early 20th-Century Migration
Wednesday, 09/27/2017 – 09/27/2017 06:30 pm – 08:00 pm
Books & Books
265 Aragon Avenue,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
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Cost: free

Book Presentation featuring Dr. Sharon Milagro Marshall, award-winning journalist and corporate communication professional from Barbados. Co-sponsored by the Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, Cuban Research Institute, and the African & African Diaspora Studies Program. Free and open to the public. To RSVP and for more information, please call (305) 348-1991.

What’s Your Elephant Art Exhibit 7/15/17

What’s Your Elephant Art Exhibit
Saturday, 07/15/2017 – 08/12/2017 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
1310 Gallery, Sailboat Bend Artists Loft
1310 SW 2nd Court, 110,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
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Cost: FREE

The Elephant in the Room is an idiom for an obvious truth that is either being ignored, or otherwise unaddressed. The purpose of this exhibit is to provide a safe place for issues and topics that are normally hidden from public view. Through visual and performance art, the artists participating in this event will share secrets and taboos, discussing openly to find solutions for individual and collective emancipation. Attendees are invited to enter the ‘Confessional’, an interactive safe space installation to share their ‘elephant’.

What’s Your Elephant will be hosted by 1310 Gallery residents Niki Lopez, visual artist, & designer, and Alana DaCosta, multidisciplinary artist.

Featured artists include: Niki Lopez, Alana DaCosta, AJ Grossman, Ana Rossi, Cheryl Brown, Macarena Zilveti, Mila Hajjar, Cesca Veo, Alex Tuzinsky, Chire Regans, Tabatha Mudra, Jose Silva, Yudelka Tavera, Zeal Harris, Artists for Black Lives Matter collective and SunServe Youth

Opening night performance featuring: Alana DaCosta, Profound Breath, We’re Weird, and Nephii Love, Bishop and Venus Rising Drum and Dance Troupe

Lopez and DaCosta will also host an interactive workshop called “What’s Your Elephant”, where participants can use creative arts in a safe space to reveal individual or societal “elephants”. “The obvious is oftentimes ignored and swept under the rug. Some people may chose to never face it,” says DaCosta, who also has a MS in Mental Health Counseling. “Yet, we all have creative energy and have the power of choice to free ourselves of whatever makes us uncomfortable. Through creative expression, many can learn to address the issue and share with others who most likely have their own elephant”.
“It’s about acknowledging it (the elephant), owning it, so that it doesn’t define you.” Says Lopez, an artist and activist with her own elephant that will be revealed at the exhibit.

As a part of this movement, Lopez & DaCosta ask that the public participate by submitting their unspoken truth AND use the hashtag #whatsyourelephant on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram.

Community Partner: SunServe- SunServe is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit social services agency serving the LGBTQ community in South Florida. Mission: Recognizing that the entire LGBTQ community has the right to quality care, our mission is to provide critical life assistance and professional mental health services with an emphasis on economically disadvantaged, marginalized youth and senior adults in the greater South Florida metropolitan area.

Sponsors include: Broward Cultural Division, Niki Lopez Creative, Very GTV, KR8tiVE Uprising, Crown Wine, Sideways Confections, Itals Vegan, Hemplade and the 1310 Gallery.

Funding for this project is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.

This exhibition contains materials of a sensitive nature, viewers discretion is advised.

1310 Gallery is an artist-run collective that offers over 2400 square feet of exhibition space split into 3 levels, and housed within ArtSpace’s live/work facility, Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts. 1310 Gallery rotates art exhibitions monthly and also hosts performances and workshops. 2013 Broward New Times “Best Art Gallery of the Year”. The gallery is open by appointment in addition to the Opening & Closing receptions. For further information please call 305-975-6262.

Famous Last Friday Open Poetry 6/30/17

Famous Last Friday Open Poetry
Friday, 06/30/2017 – 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
Books & Books (Gables)
265 Aragon,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134

Cost: Free

Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry at Books and Books: Jonathan Rose has been moderating this reading since 1992, the longest regular monthly poetry reading in town (since Books & Books opened in 1982)— one of the 50 longest-running regular readings in the U.S. [#16]

Read one or two poems of your own, one of another poet and one of yours, or one of another poet, or simply come and listen to others, since, after all, the audience is most important. If you’ve never done it, this is your chance. [You know you want to.]

Calling All Poets 6/17/17

Calling All Poets
Saturday, 06/17/2017 – 04:00 pm – 06:00 am
HARRISART
4432 S 74 Ave,
Miami, Florida 33155
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Cost: Free

Write It… Read It…. POETRY PLUS returns to HARRISART In conjunction with “Drive By Shootings & Walk About Snap-Shots” a photography exhibition capturing Miami’s unique urban landscape.

Poets are invited to read their original works and/or urban-inspired poetry or get inspired by the exhibit and create a quick poem on the spot about the exhibit. DM Jane Harris if you are interested in reading.

HARRISART | 4432 SW 74th Ave | Miami 33155 | 786.390.5447

Backroom Sessions Volume 5 6/25/17

Backroom Sessions Volume 5
Sunday, 06/25/2017 – 01:00 pm –
The Fish House
10000 SW 56th St #41,
Miami, Florida 33165
Website
Cost: $5 – $15

Beat the heat & join the sesh at Backroom Sessions Vol. 5 Talent from across the city have come together to put on a production for the South.
If you think the sun is hot, wait till you see the melting pot of genres that diversifies the mic in our Backroom.

Catch some sweet tunes and some fresh air as bands take the Dead Bros Stage alongside #NelsonStrong BeerPong & Live Painting Sponsored by Blick Art Materials

Introducing: The Written Real Gallery
A Gallery Style space catered to artists and curated for culture. Enjoy an intimate experience fixated on good vibes.

If you’ve joined the movement once before, welcome back. If it’s your first time, welcome to the family.

Open Mic Tuesdays 6/27/17

Open Mic Tuesdays
Tuesday, 06/27/2017 – 06/27/2017 06:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Art Serve
1350 E. Sunrise Boulevard,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33134
Website
Cost: 5

Open Mic Tuesdays
June 27th Edition

With Featured Performer:
Beauty Lies

Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh.

Doors Open – 6:30 pm
Showtime 7:00 pm
Admission – $5

ArtServe
1350 E Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale 33304

ArtServe presents Open Mic Tuesdays hosted by the inimitable Michelle Rose Domb. We welcome talent from all walks of life: actors, singers, musicians, dancers, spoken word poets, comedians and more. There’s a mic, a barstool, a spotlight… all we need is you!

Show begins promptly at 7:00 pm. Time slots fill up Fast. It is highly recommended that artists register for the event in advance, to secure his/her time slot here: http://www.artserve.org/products-page/art-gift-shop/open-mic-tuesdays/.

Solo talent is designated up to 8 minutes. Group talent is designated up to 10 minutes. Respect the time given/share your time by sticking around after your performance= respecting your fellow talent. We all love playing to a full house!

Sound check will be made available on a first-come first-serve basis from 5-6pm.
Bring your instruments — house PA provided.

Concessions will be available.

This event repeats 4TH Tuesday Of The Month!

ArtServe empowers local artists and cultural entities to achieve their vision, improve the cultural fabric of our community and discover innovations in the arts by providing ongoing programs, facilities and services.

Open Mic Tuesdays – Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh #GetServed!

Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry 5/26/17

Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry
Friday, 05/26/2017 – 05/26/2017 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
Books & Books
265 Aragon Ave.,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134

Cost: Free

Jonathan Rose has been moderating this reading since 1992, the longest regular monthly poetry reading in town (since Books & Books opened in 1982)— one of the 50 longest-running regular readings in the U.S. [#16] Read one or two poems of your own, one of another poet and one of yours, or one of another poet, or simply come and listen to others, since, after all, the audience is most important. If you’ve never done it, this is your chance. [You know you want to.]

Shits n Giggles Open Mic 5/21/17

Shits n Giggles Open Mic
Sunday, 05/21/2017 – 06:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Yo Space Gallery & Studios
294 NE 62nd St,
Miami, Florida 33138
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Cost: Free

Stand up comedians and graff writers have a lot in common – both hustling nonstop to make their visions a reality. This coming Sunday at Yo Space Gallery & Studios we’re going to prove it by throwing these two cultures a shindig where these artforms can thrive.
This innovative new night will welcome graffiti writers and street artists to swap slaps and sketchbooks (think: Writer’s Bench http://www.at149st.com/bench.html) and add in an open mic starting midway into the night, including comedy, spoken word, music and more.
Hosted by comics Regi Desjardins and Abe Perez, there’ll be plenty going on to keep you entertained while you get down in a sketchbook or trade some stickers with fellow collectors.
We’ll have refreshments, and as always ping pong table and N64 to fill in the gaps and everything else you need for a laid back good time.

Connect Miami 5/22/17 – 5/31/17


Connect Miami
Monday, 05/22/2017 – 05/31/2017 12:00 am – 12:00 pm
Miami-Dade County
Miami- Dade County,
Miami, Florida 33128
Website
Cost: Free

Connect Miami is a community-led initiative to promote increased kindness, empathy, connection and inclusion in Miami-Dade. For 10 days, everyone across Miami-Dade is encouraged take the challenge to connect with others who are not like them, host or attend connection experiences, and join the conversation on social media using #ConnectMiami305.

From panels on criminal justice and meals with Syrian refugees to walking tours of historic neighborhoods and visits to Homestead’s farmlands, there are countless ways to get connected, meet new people, and share stories around town. A full calendar of event listings and participation resources are available on the Connect Miami website.

You can also join us virtually by following and engaging in conversation on social media using #ConnectMiami305. Follow Connect Miami on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram: @ConnectMiami305.

Founded by: The Children’s Trust, MCCJ, The Miami Foundation, Miami Herald and United Way of Miami-Dade. Produced by: Radical Partners

Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry 4/28/17

Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry
Friday, 04/28/2017 – 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
Books & Books
269 Aragon,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134

Cost: FREE

Apr. 28: 7:30 pm FAMOUS LAST FRIDAY OPEN MIC POETRY at Books and Books (265 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, FL); Jonathan Rose has been moderating this reading since 1992, the longest regular monthly poetry reading in town (since B & B opened in 1982)— one of the 50 longest-running regular readings in the U.S. [#16] Read one or two poems of your own, one of another poet and one of yours, or one of another poet, or simply come and listen to others, since, after all, the audience is most important. If you’ve never done it, this is your chance. [You know you want to.]

CULTRA 5 5/18/17


CULTRA 5
Thursday, 05/18/2017 – 07:30 pm – 09:30 pm
Tina Hills Pavilion
301 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida 33132
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Cost: Free

Join the CULTRA spaceship on its final journey in Bayfront Park before launching into the stratosphere! CULTRA is a roving Open Mic held in a Downtown Miami park every third-Thursday from January to May. Produced in collaboration with Emerge Miami, CULTRA is an opportunity for local performers in all disciplines to showcase their skills for fellow Miamians in some of the most scenic public spaces this town has to offer.

We are privileged to welcome the return of our previous co-presenters Artistic Vibes, Words And Wine Open Mic and The Imperial for the final party! These amazing groups support the growth of local artists throughout the year and we are thrilled to have them back. Annnnnd as a special treat, dear friends and electro-savants Afrobeta will close out the night in signature fashion.

Interested in performing? Pre-register with our online form: http://buskerfestmiami.com/cultra-performer-application/

Interested in vending? Send us an email at info@buskerfestmiami.com.

CULTRA is made possible by a Public Space Challenge grant awarded by the Miami Foundation.

ARTundressed – 7th Annual Creative Nude Art Festival 5/18/17, 5/19/17, 5/20/17


ARTundressed – 7th Annual Creative Nude Art Festival
Thursday, 05/18/2017 – 05/20/2017 06:00 pm – 12:00 am
Wynwood Art District
Wynwood,
Miami, Florida 33127
Website
Cost: $22 General Admission; $55 VIP Admission (Advanced Online Purchase)

ARTundressed ’17 – South Florida’s Sexiest Art Exhibition
May 18, 19, 20, 2017 – Wynwood Art District, Miami, Florida | USA

If you would like to attend this event, please purchase your discounted tickets in advance online and save $$$: http://artundressed.com/buy-tickets/… Tickets prices will be higher at the door!
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ARTUNDRESSED – THE CONCEPT
Take a great selection of creative, sensual, thought-provoking work of art; mixed it with alluring fashion; then throw in some sexy, bumping, soulful music; and blend it with a cast of highly talented and gifted bunch of erogenous performers… Bundle it all together, and there you have it: ARTundressed!

ART SELECTION
Although the atmosphere at ARTundressed circles around interaction with ideas and concepts that engage its attending audience, one of the most important aspects of the festival focuses greatly on the art selection process. ARTundressed attracts and exhibits skilled artists who are established and recognized; talented artists who are less popular; as well as junior and freshmen artists who are breaking through and providing a new perspective into the genre of creative nude art. The selection process is split into 4 parts categorizing a curated compilation made up of: A Presenting artist; Featured and Invited Artists; as well as juried artworks. To guarantee the best outcome, the collection of art is chosen by knowledgeable art experts and curators from some of the world’s most prestigious art museums and galleries.

ENTERTAINMENT
We will have an incredible entertainment line up this year with a different theme each of the 3 days of the art festival. Our Sensual performances will delight and tantalize all your erogenous spots.

THE EXPERIENCE:
*** Celebrating the sensual aspects of Art + Music + Fashion + Entertainment
*** Art Exhibition showcasing over 250 exceptional curated art pieces
*** A beautiful collection of highly creative sexy artworks that will titillate all of your senses
*** More than 100 artists representing many different countries
*** Meet the Masters behind the art… Over 80 participating artists are planning to attend the show
***Live shows and performances; Music bands and deejays; Amazing Visuals; Chic and Provocative Fashion
*** A packed lineup of talents and performers that will entertain you and virtually connect to your erogenous spots
*** Art Installations and participation by local, national, and international artists who specialize in nude art
*** Art contests for Body Painting; Live Drawing and Photoshoot Sessions
*** Catering Services offering appetizing, delicious food, beverages, and cocktails
*** Friday Night Afterparty: “Dirty Canvas”
*** Saturday Night Closing Party: “The GOOD, the BAD, and the NAUGHTY”

DON’T MISS IT!!!

For Info / Tickets: http://artundressed.com/

South Florida Writers Association Meeting 4/1/17

South Florida Writers Association Meeting
Saturday, 04/01/2017 – 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Pinecrest Library
5835 SW 111 Street,
Pinecrest, Florida 33156

Cost: Free

Meeting of the South Florida Writers Association Poetry by Tere Starr and attendees from her Poetry Soiree (1st Wed. of each month 1-3 pm at the Library), Jonathan Rose and attendees from his Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry at Books & Books in Coral Gables, and Barbra Nightingale, recently retired professor from Broward Community College and noted poet.

Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry 3/31/17

Famous Last Friday Open Mic Poetry
Friday, 03/31/2017 – 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm
Books & Books
265 Aragon Ave.,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134

Cost: Free

Jonathan Rose has been moderating this reading since 1992, the longest regular monthly poetry reading in town (since B & B opened in 1982)— one of the 50 longest-running regular readings in the U.S. [#16] Read one or two poems of your own, one of another poet and one of yours, or one of another poet, or simply come and listen to others, since, after all, the audience is most important. If you’ve never done it, this is your chance. [You know you want to.]

2nd Annual Day of Thrones Field Day 4/9/17

2nd Annual Day of Thrones Field Day
Sunday, 04/09/2017 – 11:00 am – 04:00 pm
Coral Reef Park
7895 SW 152 Street,
Palmetto Bay, Florida 33157

Cost: $5

The Second Annual Day of Thrones is back and this time winter is NOT coming! Co-presented by O, Miami; Village of Palmetto Bay; and The New Tropic, Day of Thrones is an epic, team-competition battle of “field day”-style games mixed with nerdy brain games.

Four “houses” compete against one another at Coral Reef Park in Palmetto Bay. All will have fun, but there can be only one house sitting on the throne at the end.

For those that missed it last year, don’t suffer from FOMO this year.

What to expect:
– Tug O, War
– Bobbing for tropical fruit
– Potato-Poetry Sack Race
– Brain Games
– Music from beloved local DJ HottPants
– Barbecue ribs, burgers and more!
– Tons of fun and LOTS more!

Participant Age Minimum: 5 years old

Cost: $5 reserves your spot and includes a team T-Shirt!

Refreshments will be available but in limited quantity. We strongly recommend you bring your own cooler and snacks.

CULTRA 3 3/16/17


CULTRA 3
Thursday, 03/16/2017 – 07:30 pm – 09:30 pm
Miami Science Barge
1075 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida 33130
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Cost: Free

It’s time to bring a little culture to Downtown Miami! CULTRA is a roving Open Mic held in a Downtown Miami park every third-Thursday from January to May. Produced in collaboration with Emerge Miami, CULTRA is an opportunity for local performers in all disciplines to showcase their skills for fellow Miamians in some of the most scenic public spaces this town has to offer. This month, we are taking CULTRA to the water thanks to the folks from Miami Science Barge!

The Imperial joins us as the host and curator this time around. Photographer Rod Deal and artist Marcus Blake have been hosting nights of free expression for nearly a decade at prominent Miami venues like the Vagabond and the Stage. We’ll start with the usual 90 minutes of open mic time from 7:30 – 9pm followed by a feature performer.

Interested in performing? Pre-register with our online form: http://buskerfestmiami.com/cultra-performer-application/

Day-of signup will close at 8pm. Musicians should plan to play acoustic or rely on very little amplification.

Interested in vending? Send us an email at info@buskerfestmiami.com.

CULTRA is made possible by a Public Space Challenge grant awarded by the Miami Foundation. Have an idea for improving Miami’s public spaces? You too can participate in the 2017 Public Space Challenge when applications open later this year.

19th Annual Medical Marijuana Benefit Concert 3/18/17

19th Annual Medical Marijuana Benefit Concert
Saturday, 03/18/2017 – 04:20 pm –
The Wynwood Yard
56 NW 29th Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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The 19th Annual Medical Marijuana Benefit Concert hosted by Ploppy Palace Productions, NORML of Florida and Modern Galaxy TV will be held at The Wynwood Yard (56 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL 33127) on Saturday, March 18, 2017. Tickets for the event, which is being billed as a “Celebration Festival”, are $15 in advance and available online at bit.ly/19thMMBC; show is open to those 18 and over. Admission for those aged 18 – 20 will be $25 at the door.

Live music acts include Trick Daddy, Grind Mode, DJ GQ, Telekinetic Walrus, Tamboka, Nag Champayons, Rhythm Flow, Gypsy Cat, DJ Zehno, Mr. Grim Reapa, Orion, Bodizepha, Sarah Packiam and Marquise Fair. Fusik kicks off the event at 4:20 p.m.

The confirmed speakers are: South Miami City Commissioner Walter Harris, former Florida State Senator Dwight Bullard, Dr. Jeffrey Kamlet, Dr. Linda Kaplan, marijuana attorney Michael Minardi, NORML of Florida Executive Director Karen Goldstein and more. Spoken word artists include Alonso, Rio and others. There will be live art by Anibal Fernandez and more, as well as dance and performances by Elviza, Sofia Luna, Melody Gedeon, Jason Williams and others to be announced.

Open Mic Tuesdays 2/28/17

Open Mic Tuesdays
Tuesday, 02/28/2017 – 02/28/2017 06:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Art Serve
1350 E Sunrise Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
RSVP / Register
Cost: 5

Open Mic Tuesdays
Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh.
Feb 28

Doors Open – 6:30 pm | Showtime 7:00 pm
Admission – $5

ArtServe
1350 E Sunrise Blvd | Fort Lauderdale 33304

ArtServe presents Open Mic Tuesdays hosted by the inimitable Michelle Rose Domb! We welcome talent from all walks of life: actors, singers, musicians, dancers, spoken word poets, comedians and more. There’s a mic, a barstool, a spotlight… all we need is you!

Show begins promptly at 7:00 pm. Time slots fill up Fast. It is highly recommended that artists register for the event in advance, to secure his/her time slot here: http://www.artserve.org/products-page/art-gift-shop/open-mic-tuesdays/.

Solo talent is designated up to 8 minutes. Group talent is designated up to 10 minutes. Respect the time given/share your time by sticking around after your performance= respecting your fellow talent. We all love playing to a full house!

Sound check will be made available on a first-come first-serve basis from 5-6pm.
Bring your instruments — house PA provided.

Concessions will be available.

This event repeats 4TH Tuesday Of The Month!

ArtServe empowers local artists and cultural entities to achieve their vision, improve the cultural fabric of our community and discover innovations in the arts by providing ongoing programs, facilities and services.

Open Mic Tuesdays – Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh #GetServed!

Open Mic Tuesdays 2/28/17

Open Mic Tuesdays
Tuesday, 02/28/2017 – 06:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Art Serve
1350 E Sunrise Blvd,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
RSVP / Register
Cost: $5

Open Mic Tuesdays
Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh.
Feb 28

Doors Open – 6:30 pm | Showtime 7:00 pm
Admission – $5

ArtServe
1350 E Sunrise Blvd | Fort Lauderdale 33304

ArtServe presents Open Mic Tuesdays hosted by the inimitable Michelle Rose Domb! We welcome talent from all walks of life: actors, singers, musicians, dancers, spoken word poets, comedians and more. There’s a mic, a barstool, a spotlight… all we need is you!

Show begins promptly at 7:00 pm. Time slots fill up FAST. It is highly recommended that artists register for the event in advance, to secure his/her time slot here: artserve.org/products-pa….

Solo talent is designated up to 8 minutes. Group talent is designated up to 10 minutes. Respect the time given/share your time by sticking around after your performance= respecting your fellow talent. We all love playing to a full house!

Sound check will be made available on a first-come first-serve basis from 5-6pm.
Bring your instruments — house PA provided.

Concessions will be available.

This event repeats 4TH Tuesday of the Month!

ArtServe empowers local artists and cultural entities to achieve their vision, improve the cultural fabric of our community and discover innovations in the arts by providing ongoing programs, facilities and services.

Open Mic Tuesdays – Sing. Perform. Play. Laugh #GetServed!

CULTRA 2 2/16/17


CULTRA 2
Thursday, 02/16/2017 – 07:30 pm – 09:30 pm
Museum Park
1075 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida 33132
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Cost: Free

It’s time to bring a little culture to Downtown Miami! CULTRA is a roving Open Mic held in a Downtown Miami park every third-Thursday from January to May. Produced in collaboration with Emerge Miami, CULTRA is an opportunity for local performers in all disciplines to showcase their skills for fellow Miamians in some of the most scenic public spaces this town has to offer.

We are psyched to have Words And Wine Open Mic as co-producers for the second edition! Words and Wine have been producing a weekly, Wednesday-night open mic for over six years. Expect a diverse lineup and a collection of local vendors for CULTRA’s debut in Museum Park! We’ll have the usual 90 minutes of open mic time from 7:30 – 9pm followed by a feature set from Gypsy Latin jammers TAMBOKA.

Interested in performing? Pre-register with our online form! It’s simple and you’ll have a good chance of getting a spot. Electricity is limited at Museum Park. Musicians should plan to play acoustic or rely on very little amplification. Day-of signup will close at 8pm.

Interested in vending? Send us an email at info@buskerfestmiami.com.

CULTRA is made possible by a Public Space Challenge grant awarded by the Miami Foundation. Have an idea for improving Miami’s public spaces? You too can participate in the 2017 Public Space Challenge when applications open later this year.

CULTRA 1 1/19/17


CULTRA 1
Thursday, 01/19/2017 – 07:30 pm – 09:30 pm
Tina Hills Pavilion
301 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida 33132
RSVP / Register
Cost: Free

CULTRA brings a little more culture to downtown in the first-ever roving, outdoor open mic in Miami starting on Thursday, January 19, 2017.

A collaborative event series produced by Buskerfest Miami and Emerge Miami, CULTRA is an opportunity for local performers in all disciplines to showcase their skills for fellow Miamians in some of the most scenic public spaces Downtown Miami has to offer. On the third-Thursday of each month, January to May 2017, CULTRA will be held in one of the Downtown Miami parks in an effort to put the “public” back in public spaces and foster connections between attendees and our precious bayfront.

The event begins with ninety minutes of open stage time followed by a feature performance by a well-known local group. Each edition of CULTRA will be a collaboration with one of Miami’s other prominent, long-running open mics and include a guest host. Artistic Vibes, who produces one of Miami’s longest-running weekly open mics, will host the inaugural CULTRA event on Thursday, January 19, 2017 at Tina Hills Pavilion in Bayfront Park. Future dates of CULTRA are February 16, March 16, April 20 and May 18.

CULTRA is made possible by a Public Space Challenge grant awarded by the Miami Foundation.