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Miami-Dade museums aiming to bring back the buzz

  Local cultural arts museums and institutions are pushing for­ward and recreating art experi­ences that the pandemic voided. Safety of the community and staff being a priority, art galleries at most museums are open, bringing back the buzz…

Arsht Center works hard to welcome back audiences

Arsht Center works hard to welcome back audiences

After Miami-Dade County emergency orders were lifted back in November, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts anchoring the Omni area of downtown reopened with a series of safely-distanced…

Coral Gables Art Cinema expanding

Coral Gables Art Cinema expanding

Set to break ground in February 2022, the Coral Gables Art Cinema is expanding its community outreach with a brand new 92-seat state-of-the-art auditorium and screen. With help from the…

With discounted lease, Art Basel return targets safety

With discounted lease, Art Basel return targets safety

Art Basel Miami Beach plans to return this year after its 2020 cancellation because of the pandemic. The art exhibition that started in Switzerland in 1970 and has spread around…

‘Best of Doral’ campaign on mayor’s accomplishments list

‘Best of Doral’ campaign on mayor’s accomplishments list

With safety as the priority for all residents and visitors, the City of Doral continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, working closely with the business community to help them…

Miami’s 125th anniversary honoring four notable historians

Miami’s 125th anniversary honoring four notable historians

Miami 125, a week-long event celebrating the city’s official 125th anniversary of incorporation, honors four notable historians, all homegrown, recipients of so many awards and other recognitions that to list…

Statue of Liberty twin’s head at home in Miami

Statue of Liberty twin’s head at home in Miami

“It’s a big symbol of friendship. The statue conveys freedom and hope,” Laurent Gallissot, consul general of France in Miami, said of a 7-by-7-foot copy of the head from the…

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

Miami Beach plans more temporary public art

With the economy reopening and talks starting about a pedestrian promenade connecting Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road and Española Way, Miami Beach officials are looking at installing more temporary public art…

PAMM, HistoryMiami museums set to open latest exhibits

PAMM, HistoryMiami museums set to open latest exhibits

Attendance numbers have slowly but surely been rising in downtown Miami’s major museums. Since reopening in October, attendance rates are up 35%, which is quite not at pre-pandemic numbers just…

Miami cultural community reinvented itself in pandemic

Miami cultural community reinvented itself in pandemic

As one of the main industries disproportionally affected by the pandemic, the cultural arts community had to find new ways to reinvent itself and find unique ways to bring back…

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