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Florida Theater On Stage Review
Sun-Sentinel Best Things to Do In South Florida
Hot 105 Community Spotlight with Rodney Baltimore
Theater Musings discloses upcoming GableStage performance of Festival of Classics...
More good press about the mobile art pavilion (MAP)...
Be on the lookout next summer for the futuristic Mobile Art Pavilion, designed by Florida International University students, that will bring a new way to showcase pop-up art exhibits and plays in our community.
For a second year, Grace Arts FL and Cuban Classical Ballet collaborated to present material to be used in theater productions live and to the large attentive crowds at the Sagamore Miami Beach historical hotel known for its art galleries that are free and open to the public and which are available for purchase.
NYLON Magazine covers 'COAT' an initiative of Grace Arts Center to revitalize communities
Why (Broward Cities) Fort Lauderdale is Florida's best kept secret for Art
In several cities, a 'COAT (Community of Artists Transform) tour curated walls of South Florida commercial, residential, schools and non-profit organization buildings; a collaboration with a Jacksonville-based mural project, 'ArtRepublic.' Find out about COAT and other art in public places across Broward County and beyond.
Art Miami Week presentation with the Cuban Classical Ballet at the historic Sagamore Hotel
Sagamore Hotel Miami Beach Hosts 16th Annual Brunch Unveiling “Urban Legends”
WorldRedEye - December 2017
Grace Arts FL sponsors a free public performance of a danced duet and solo vignette choreographed by Isanusi Garcia Rodriguez, and danced by Diana Figueroa and Jessie Marrero Muino with the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami. Classical guitarist, Alberto Puerto, and the dancers, all Cuban-Americans, payed homage to Cuba's artistic heritage and academies of excellence.
Mural Project signals revitalization of a neighborhood and opening a new learning center
Artists Join Forces For School Mural Project at New Academy
South Florida Times - December 2017
Hallandale Beach was one of three cities impacted by a series of curated murals from Fort Lauderdale south to Miami during a project 'COAT' - community of artists transform - a collaborative of businesses, artists and non-profits working to renovate areas on the brink of poverty and restoration in our oldest urban neighborhoods.
Grantee Spotlight: Grace Arts Center’s R&J the Tempest Too
Florida Division of Cultural Affairs - Summer 2017
Grace Arts Center, Inc. was selected as the grantee spotlight for its second chapter of a Shakespeare adaptation project, 'R&J The Tempest too' a collaboration with Outre Theater and award-winning choreographers from Florida and New York with a guest soloist from the Miami City Ballet. This project is now in its third iteration starting this summer 2017 for release in March 2018.
Reinterpreting the Pioneer: Florida Outsider Art Explores Culture and Community
February 2017 - A glossy online magazine dedicated to significant 'Outsider Art' events and Artists and the collectors and museum enthusiasts internationally and locally here in the United States. This article covered the thirty (30) year anniversary commemoration of the 1987 Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art (now NSU Art Museum) Outsider Art exhibition featuring Florida self-taught Artists including Purvis Young, among others.
Outsider art 'pioneers' on display in Fort Lauderdale
"Zero experience, lots of talent....30 year commemoration of pioneering exhibits of Florida Outsider Art" at the History Museum Fort Lauderdale.
Outsider Art at the Fort Lauderdale History Museum
The three-month exhibit features artists, leaders from academia and the community in conversations discussing art, architecture, history, and design, as it relates to Outsider Art.
Art pioneers blaze the way in new exhibit
Reporter Helen Wolt talks to presenter and noted Florida Self Taught Artist Advocate,Gary Monoroe,
about Reva Freedman and other artists represented in the core exhibition.
Reinterpreting the Pioneer highlights Outsiders artists
Miami New Times leans-in to diversity as part of their coverage of "Reinterpreting the Pioneer"
The Music Journal 'Sound looks'
Grace Arts Center presents the first Zest Collective experimental deep dive into a what a courageous chapel and empty theater have in common...
After stroke left him half-paralyzed, ballet dancer makes miraculous return
Rodríguez’s odyssey has attracted other cultural patrons. Gallery owner, Clare Vickery,(is) present(ing) his paintings at an outsider art show in December at her Fort Lauderdale Grace Arts Center and...(he's) co-choreograph(er) ...for an urban production of “Romeo and Juliet” early next year. (Rodríguez danced as a principal dancer and as 'Romeo' for the Miami City Ballet’s production of 'Romeo and Juliet' in 2011.)
Channel 10/Local ABC South Florida
Highwaymen Display Art in South Florida for Black History Month
Television Reporter Neki Mohan covers Kelvin Hair and the winners of the Broward County School Superintendent's Visual Arts Awards Winners 2016
Painter Kelvin Hair carries on Florida Highwaymen legacy
Grace Arts FL coordinated a series of events at the History Museum and in Fort Lauderdale for Black History Month featuring an exhibit 'Outsider Art - Exploring the Legacies of the Highwaymen and Purvis Young' among other Artists marginalized from mainstream society
The Art of the Highwaymen feature online
Old Davie School Features Second and First Generation Highwaymen Artists
Looking for next generation of the Highwaymen painters
Original generation of Highwaymen and Second Generation creating a legacy in South Florida that all can appreciate for #BHM
ArtFixdaily Digital Curated Art World News and Exclusives
At Home with Art Exhibit Highlights Artist Friendships, Reclaimed Art and Broward Art Resources
Ambassador artists program #AtHomeWithArt inaugural art exhibit as part of a longstanding home decor show shares local artists works alongside designer showcases including furniture made from reclaimed corrugated materials inspired by mid century modern design and nature.
Tribune of Pinecrest, Miami Community Newspapers
Young Performers Bring R&J To South Florida. A Hip Hop, Tango, Artful New Twist, to Romeo & Juliet
Grace Arts Center's 'R&J' Shakespeare adaptation article (non-profit programs)
sponsored by Grace Cafe and Galleries in Broward and Miami-Dade counties
Grace Arts Center's first 'R&J' Shakespeare adaptation, collaboration
with local children's theatre
Purvis Young tribute
Poetry Circle in Gallery (last article before moving from Dania Beach to Fort Lauderdale)
The sixth annual Dania Beach Art and Antique Festival is set to return to town from Jan. 28 through 30 in downtown Dania Beach.
'Divine Find' as art and antiques go outside amid a ballroom created on the street...
'Striking a Perfect Chord' tango community thrives at the Grace Cafe and Galleries
Joint show for late Ferdie Pacheco and Purvis Young, feature music/culture
New Arts Council evolves
Colombian Singer Ria plays at Friday Night Salon
Filmmakers screening of 2013 Miami48Hour short film genres