MAMP Labs Workshop 7/14/15

MAMP Labs Workshop
Tuesday, 07/14/2015 – 09:00 am – 12:00 pm
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1010 NE 2 Ave,
Miami, Florida 33132
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Cost: $35

Art + Tech Connection: Leveraging the Power of Local Tech and Startups.

Join us for an interactive, forward thinking discussion on exploring ways in which we can connect local arts to the tech boom of Miami.

Photographs of RAW Artists Miami’s Glimpse by Mr Q 305

On July 2nd, RAW Artist Miami presented their summer showcase at LMNT.

RAW is an indie arts organization for artists, by artists. It focuses on spotlighting indie underground talent to the public. Every other month, their 60+ locations worldwide hand-select 40 emerging artists in film, fashion, music, visual art, photography, accessories, performing art, hair, and makeup. The artists are able to sell their work, showcase their work, and network with the local community.

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Environmental Impact Film Festival at Colony1 Wynwood 7/10/15-7/12/15

Environmental Impact Film Festival at Colony1 Wynwood
Friday, 07/10/2015 – 07/12/2015 08:00 pm – 10:00 pm
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550 NW 22nd St,
Miami, Florida 33127
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SIMA and Colony1 bring you:


July 10, 2015 – International Film Festival, SIMA, partners with local non-profit, Art of Cultural Evolution, to host SIMA MIAMI, a 3 day festival featuring award-winning impact films from around the world, July 10-12, 2015

With stories from Ghana, Cambodia, Mexico, Iceland, England and the US – SIMA Miami gives conscious citizens and documentary enthusiasts a platform to share and inspire ideas, mobilize support for causes, and generate discussions about global issues in their own community through the power film.

“Travel is fatal to prejudice – at SIMA we believe that great documentaries hold the same power” – Daniela Kon, SIMA Founder & Executive Director
SIMA exists to propel and elevate global social-impact storytelling that inspires crucial perspectives and demonstrates unique potential to enlighten, transform, and positively impact our contemporary world.

“Art of Cultural Evolution and Colony1 are so excited to be able to offer this series of unique and powerful films to Miami. The films are guaranteed to inspire and on the very ground of Miami’s first sustainability center, we know this festival will be an inspirational a catalyst to keep the Miami movement going!” Blair Butterfield Director of Art of Cultural Evolution

When – Friday, July 10, Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12 @ 8 PM to 11 PM

Where – Colony 1, 550 NW 22ND Street, Miami, FL 33127

Join SIMA and Art of Cultural Evolution in Catalyzing Impact Cinema Worldwide

For More Event Information Contact

About SIMA –
SIMA (Social Impact Media Awards) champions social-documentary storytelling of excellence, and connects international audiences and organizations with the best global impact cinema through the annual awards and year-round film programs. SIMAAWARDS.ORG

About Art of Cultural Evolution – A non-profit organization whose mission is to share environmental and social ideas through art, film, publications, classes and workshops. The organization provides programs, exhibitions, events and projects to educate and engage the public in new ideas about cultural and environmental sustainability.


Colony1’s Turnip the Beet! Market Festival in Wynwood 7/11/15

Colony1’s Turnip the Beet! Market Festival in Wynwood
Saturday, 07/11/2015 – 07/11/2015 09:00 am – 08:00 pm
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550 NW 22nd St,
Miami, Florida 33127
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The second market festival and educational workshop series is happening the second Saturday of July!

Come by for local, farm fresh harvests, educational workshops, tastings, healing, yoga and later day two of our Environmental Impact Film Festival! At the end of the day there will also be revealing the winners of our raffle giveaway! It’s a family friendly day celebrating people, ecology, connectivity and sustainability!


Sustainability Workshop Tent:
9 am: Morning Gardening & Mulching
10 am: Tree Grafting
11 am: Composting is for Everyone with Colony1
12pm – 7:30: Farmer’s Market, Local & Handmade Vendors
12 pm: Workshop Your Lunch! Raw & Living Food with
Fabiana Hernandez $15
1 pm: Bike Culture & Repairs with Help Earth Ride
2 pm: Conversation Series: Love the Everglades with
Jean Sarmiento
3 pm: Visionary Art with Myriam Valdez
4 pm: Superfood Shake Demo with John Schott
5 pm: Intersectionality with St. James
5:30 pm: Pesticides and Insects with Jillian Pim
6:30 pm: From Self Actualization to Civil Disobedience
with Nathan Pim
7 pm: Hunter Altschul – music performance
7:30 pm: Closing Ceremony – Pagamiento to the Earth

Holistic Living Workshop Tent:
10 am: Real Solutions to Obesity with Highpoint Healing
11 am: Yoga & Meditation with Litana & Eben
12:30 pm: Galactic Sound Healing with Mike Goldfarb
2 pm: Real Solutions to Toxicity with Highpoint Healing &
1:30 pm: Super Sprouting: Protein Powerhouse for Every Meal! with Nina Kauder
3 pm: Yoga & Thai massage with Patty Gallo
4 pm: Group Acupuncture & Shamanic Drumming with Heather Marie Rose, AP
5 pm: Hawaiian Culture and Lomi Lomi with Emily Peters
6pm: Yoga & Meditation with Renea Perry

In the Healing Tent:
Jen Page – Reiki
One Breath by Emily Peters – Lomi Lomi Bodywork
Anahata OM by Marcos Lee – Integrative Bodywork
Helping Hand’s Healing Services by Sheri Kaplan – Reiki Energy Healing
Moonflower Ollintlahuimetzli Healing Tent
Heather Marie Rose, AP – Acupuncture

Local & Handmade Vendors:
4 Elementum – essential oils and teas
Druid’s Grove – wild harvested herbs
Between Spirit & Stone – handmade jewelry
FabiYogini Wear – upcycled yoga clothing
Retrouvaille Upcycle Boutique – upcycled clothing with a taste of Rock n Roll & Free spirit attitude
CATEURA Upcycled – Hand-crafted all natural soy wax candles & self-watering succulent planters made from beer, wine and liquor bottles
Marisabel Lavastida- local artwork and live painting

Food Vendors:
SiriCoco – wild & urban harvested coconuts
GoGanic by Anna Sivani – Local organic snacks
Everglades Treats- Jams and Teas with Organic Wild Edibles

8 p.m.: Second Night of Environmental Impact Film Festival

~~ Raffle Giveaway~~
Purchase a raffle ticket ($5) and have the opportunity to win one of the following amazing prizes!

– One Breath Bodywork 60 min massage by Emily Peters
– Go’ganic Local Organic Treats by Añña Śivani
– Vedic Thai Bodywork Yoga Lesson 25 min by Patty Gallo
– The Atelier E Jewelry Piece by Emily Peters
– Organic Body Butter by Catalina Pareja
– Original Artwork by Marisabel Lavastida
– and more to be announced!

Emerge Miami will also be making a stop by the site on their 6th Annual Sweet Treats Ride! Check them out here!

Script Supervising and Continuity Lab with Carmen Soriano 8/8/15

Script Supervising and Continuity Lab with Carmen Soriano
Saturday, 08/08/2015 – 09:00 am – 01:30 pm
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90 NW 29th St, Miami, Florida 33127,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Continuity plays a critical role in filmmaking and it will make the difference between an amateur effort from a professional one. All filmmakers will benefit from a solid foundation in continuity. This is an essential flash lab designed for everyone who wants a fluent understanding of the role and function of the script supervisor, and is aimed at helping both independent filmmakers and future script supervisors alike.

CARMEN SORIANO has been working in the film industry for over 25 years. As a Script Supervisor or Continuity Person, she has done many features, TV series, and commercials in the US, Europe, and Latin America. She has had the opportunity of working with many important directors such as Robert Altman, Guillermo del Toro, Steven Soderbergh, Michael Bay, and Alejandro Amenabar. In addition, she has worked as Production Coordinator, directed a few short films, and produced a feature and short films. She has worked on Pain & Gain, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Others & The Wonder Years.


-What are the script supervisor’s roles and responsibilities during prep and production.
-Timing and breaking down a script
-Script supervision forms
-How to “see” like a script supervisor
-Set Protocol
-What is the difference between feature films and TV series
-The “axis of action” and basic editing theory
-How the script supervisor can help prevent technical errors
-Handling multiple camera shooting
-What block shooting is and how to prepare for it
-Doing continuity on improvised scenes
-Working as a script supervisor on commercials
-VFX/Creating a digital workflow for effective computer-based editing notes

This lab will fill in any gaps in training you may have, regardless if you have worked on features or short films or have never set foot onto a film set. Useful for the director, actor or any other film professional. Participants interested in becoming Script Supervisors should augment their training with on-set experience as well as observing editors or editing their own work.

A Filmmaker’s Road to Sundance 7/11/15

A Filmmaker’s Road to Sundance
Saturday, 07/11/2015 – 09:00 am – 01:30 pm
Kenny-photoO Cinema
90 NW 29th St, Miami, Florida 33127,
Miami, Florida 33127
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We all know that creativity and innovation are inversely related to big budgets. The democratization of technology of recent years has dropped the barrier of entry, providing indie filmmakers with the resources to be successful outside of the Hollywood system. There is nothing stopping you from making a nano budget film, right here in Miami (without needing to resort to criminal activities).

This Workshop Covers:

How to properly plan a low-budget feature

Your film’s saving grace: how to land an angel investor

Shooting a nano-budget feature in Miami

How to work with SAG Actors and non-actors

Time to get noticed: how to successfully market your film

Signing with an agent

Now you have offer: Now What? How to pick the right distribution company

Meet Kenny Riches

Kenny Riches was born in Toyota City, Japan, raised in Utah, and currently resides in Miami, Florida. He holds a BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Utah. His first feature film, Must Come Down, premiered at Cinequest and went on to screen at Newport Beach Film Festival, Minneapolis/St. Paul International, among others. His second feature film, The Strongest Man, was shot in Miami and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and has since traveled to festivals worldwide. He is Vice President of The David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists, which is a grant giving organization for filmmakers and playwrights, founded in memory of David Fetzer.

Conversations with Leaders in Art: It Doesn’t Stop at Basel 6/23/15

Conversations with Leaders in Art: It Doesn’t Stop at Basel
Tuesday, 06/23/2015 – 06:00 pm – 07:30 pm
MAX_7217Bakehouse Art Complex
561 NW 32 Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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On June 23, United Way of Miami-Dade Young Leaders hosted Conversations with Leaders in Art: It Doesn’t Stop @ Basel. Conversations with Leaders is focused on connecting Young Leaders with local industry experts and their work’s development and impact in our community. This first event, held at Bakehouse Art Complex (check the name), focused on the Miami art community and featured a diverse panel of innovative art professionals, including Bonnie Clearwater of NSU Museum of Art Ft. Lauderdale, Jill Deupi of Lowe Art Museum, Nina Johnson-Milewski of Gallery Diet, Jessica Katz of Christie’s, and Justin H. Long and Marte Siebenhar of Bakehouse Art Complex. To learn more about Young Leaders and how to get involved, contact [email protected]