Meet fresh voices from Miami. With educators Giselle Heraux and Jahné King, we talk about art, storytelling, and the next generation of creative podcasters. Heraux and King will set the stage for each episode in our Fall 2020 Student Edition.
In 2014, the Soul Rebels brass band played a musical manifesto facing a monument to confederate leader Robert E. Lee in New Orleans. Artist william cordova shares the story.
An economic and political system that favors private ownership, capitalism has sparked some profoundly creative pushback. In abandoned bank buildings, failed urban development projects and public squares, we discover artists and their communities in the U.S., Western Europe, South America, and Greece taking on the challenge—as whistleblowers, catalysts, educators, moneymakers, evangelicals, and documentarians.
Creating Connections/Sparking Engagement, issue 4 of our Fresh Art International Research Guide, delves into the theme of social engagement.
For three days in September 2016, we streamed a 60-minute live radio show with participating artists from inside the 32nd São Paulo Biennial pavilion.
Miami Moves Me is a Spring 2020 podcast brought to you by a team of University of Miami students. Their stories explore the City’s cultural landscape.
Don and Mera Rubell have been collecting contemporary art since 1964. We recorded with the couple in December 2019, to celebrate the opening of their new museum in Miami. Since then, the coronavirus pandemic has shaken our planet. We recognize the very real sense of before and after as we share these conversations about creativity.
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