Though many may see art and science at odds, they are actually both means for human creativity and exploration. The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science formerly the Miami Science Museum, is interested in developing this concept and has created the Curious Vault Collaborations, inviting artists to collaborate with scientists in order to discover ways to integrate art and science in a non-conventional manner.
The project comes at a suitable time for the museum as they will soon be relocating next to the Perez Art Museum in Downtown Miami. The idea behind the project is to put a local artist and scientist together with the intention of creating a tabletop display from their teamwork using at least one item from the museum’s permanent collection.
In Miami, once a genre/event party concept blows up with the local hipster ground and begins to get blown up to the masses, does it lose it’s substance? Take Midtown for example, once upon a time, Wynwood was only visited by graffiti artists, ballsy art collectors and the likes charmed by the realities of operating there. It now resembles more of a college town with a slightly different heartbeat. The vibe has simply multiplied and migrated to other spots that can cultivate a focus on this type of sound. So what constitutes underground? And where are we going to party next?
Nestled between Wynwood’s murals and the vivacious streets of the Design District, thrives Fox House boutique, a local gem for women’s fashion. Owner, Tobi Salver, established the business online in 2010 and has since opened a fabulous retail space that carries top indie brands like Gypsy Renegade, MinkPink, and Beauty And The Beach.
From Manaus, a metropolis in the middle of the Amazon Jungle; to Fortaleza, Natal, Recife, and Salvador on the Northeastern coast; to São Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Rio, the economic and cultural powerhouses of the Southeast; to Brasilia, the capital and Unesco’s World Heritage City, and Cuiabá in the Mid-West; to Curitiba and Porto Alegre in the South; the exhibition will offer a cultural context to the games and their Host Cities.
Scarface. Miami Vice. Bad Boys. Each of these films are set in “the Magic City.” None of them reflect the unique perspectives of Miami’s everyday inhabitants. Until now. Miami native and filmmaker, Yesenia Lima, is hoping to change that by broadening the portrayal of the city through her upcoming film, MIAmi.