Domino Dancing: The Puerto Rican Curator Exploring Miami's Hybrid Culture
Hailing from Puerto Rico and now resident in the Magic City, curator María Elena Ortiz is bringing artists' diverse stories to light.
Miami’s Sprawling Frost Science Museum Is Finally Open
The new museum fuses science, art, design, and technology, with a 500,000-gallon aquarium, hammerhead sharks, and trips to the cosmos.
A Jamaican Painter Traces Her History with Coffee and Emeralds
The Bronx-and-Tampa-based painter Ya Levy La'ford creates cyclical patterns to recall historical narratives.
Floridians Hack Google to Display Poetry by Inmates in Miami
As part of the O, Miami Poetry Festival, South Florida residents are altering Google’s autocomplete by typing in one-line poems penned by incarcerated people in Miami.
A Magical Coral Orgy Took Over Miami's New World Center
Soundtracked by Animal Collective and guided by moonlight, Borscht Diez brought virtual reality, a psychedelic opera, and a coral sex party to the Frank Gehry-designed building.
Hell Yeah, This Film Festival Held Its Own Viking Funeral in a Freaking Swamp
Miami’s Borscht Film Festival crew celebrated its tenth edition by setting everything on fire.
Miami’s Weirdest Film Festival Celebrates Coral Orgies, Death, and the #NOBROZONE
A sinking city, a Viking funeral, coral sex, Animal Collective, Trina on a bank vault, Waterworld on an island: welcome to Borscht DIEZ.
Emergency Protest-Performance Honors Standing Rock's Water Protectors and Miami's Displaced "Boat People"
Gina Cunningham’s 'For All Boat People,' accompanied by Colleen Farnum’s fiery choreography, utilizes dance, video, and prayer to honor the plight of indigenous peoples.
Let This Sloth Lead You to Paradise Through a Guided Meditation
Three new volumes of empathetic, imaginative, guided animal meditations will help you find your inner animal.
American Flag Remixes Reveal the Real Story of the U.S.A.
DL Warfield’s project, 'The American Flag Remixed,' explores America and its greatest exports.
These Ethereal Photographs Were Taken in Total Darkness
Rafaël Herman’s strange photos of the Judean Mountains and the Mediterranean were taken at night without the aid of a flash or digital manipulation.
The Creators Project
How Art Is Transforming a Facility for Miami's At-Risk Youth
How a community activist is providing inspiration and sanctuary through an expanding gallery, library, and educational center.