Arts

RAINBOW SKY: CORAL GABLES’ ART INITIATIVE

11 months ago Nicholas Rodriguez 0
Coral Gables wants to become South Florida’s newest art destination and they are doing it by stringing 720 colorful umbrellas above Giralda Plaza. The Coral Gables Community Foundation collaborated with the city of Coral Gables and Portugal-based art company, Sextafeira, to attract locals and tourists to the city. By: Cristina Lebron and Kristen Torres South Read More

The Hidden Treasure of Wilton Manors

11 months ago Nicholas Rodriguez 0
Located in the heart of Wilton Manors, Eucalyptus Gardens is host to a local marketplace that has become a female dominated landscape and a hub for women empowerment. By: Natalie Sarrcino, Agustina Sosa and Douglass Gavilan South Florida Uncovered @SoFloUncovered • Facebook • Instagram This three acres of land is home to three permanent restaurants, the Alchemist, Voo la Read More

Monarch Butterflies Seen As a Symbol of Migration and Freedom

12 months ago Nicholas Rodriguez 0
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in North Miami is hosting a collaborative group exhibition “Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly” from May 24 – Aug. 5. The exhibit features 37 artists who derive or live in the migration path of the monarch butterfly, which travels from southern Canada Read More

Flaming Classics and O, Miami host “A Night of Queer Performance and Cinema”

1 year ago southfloridauncovered 0
Two Miami-based arts organizations recently united to present “Club Jewel Box: A Night of Queer Cinema and Performance,” a one-night art installation celebrating Miami’s queer culture. The event, held on April 13 inside The Jewel Box on the National YoungArts Foundation campus near Wynwood, celebrated art that pushed the boundaries of homosexuality and eroticism with Read More

Local Fort Lauderdale church turned cinema has a rich history

1 year ago southfloridauncovered 0
In downtown Fort Lauderdale, squeezed between a courthouse and parking garage in the shadows of towering skyscrapers, stands a little white church. This church does what others cannot: stand against the test of time and the encroachment of new development. The 1926 Great Miami Hurricane, brought death and destruction to many parts of South Florida. Read More

South Florida’s secondhand bookstores do things differently to stay afloat

1 year ago southfloridauncovered 0
Of the seven well-known secondhand bookstores standing in Miami-Dade and Broward in 2015, only four remain in business today, but their owners maintain a reserved optimism for the future. In an age of rapidly advancing technology, allowing readers to purchase books online, bookstores are gradually disappearing. By Maria Gil South Florida Uncovered @SoFloUncovered • Facebook • Instagram Bookstore sales Read More