Award winning Photojournalist Jonathan De Camps shares photographs from the Miami Beach December Slut Walk. Put together by the activist nonprofit group The Sound, people gathered to take a stand against sexual assault and raise awareness on the violence that sex workers are subjected to. See photos on Tropicult.com.
Juan Sebastian Arrubla is the founder and podcaster of PAACCIS, a conscious lifestyle initiative for meditation and self-knowledge, particularly for the Spanish speaking community. Read Veronica Spagna’s exclusive interview with him on Tropicult.
For those who may not know, Miami is not just a great place to vacation but it is the perfect place to find original and thoughtful gifts. A city full of artists and artisans is a city full of unique…
The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is back in action with a safe and fun exhibit demonstrating the insane adaptations organisms use to survive. On view through April, to purchase tickets go online. Read a preview on Tropicult.com
Looking for some fire music to add to your playlist? A global pandemic was not going to stop Florida indie rock band, The Hails, from releasing their debut EP: He Seems Upset. Find out more in Veronica Spagna’s interview with the members of the band.
When the pandemic hit a few months ago, it forced educators around the world to move to distance learning. Teachers had to learn how to operate technology for their online classes, using zoom and other video-chat applications to keep in…
Bilingual Children’s Book illustrator Katie Rike chats with Veronica Spagna about her brand, connecting people to the beauty and power of flowers to enhance our mental, physical, and environmental health and her first book printed on stone paper! Read the interview on Tropicult.com.
These images document the peaceful George Floyd protests in Miami.
There was very little rioting in Miami in the daytime before curfew; the protests were aggressive, high energy yet respectful. Protestors gave the police a respectful amount of space and surprisingly the police did the same. Everyone wore masks, protestors were providing hand sanitizer, and water, while marching for hours all over Downtown Miami, I-95, and Biscayne Blvd at a frantic pace. Each protest lasted past randomly established curfews in Miami-Dade.
These images are not of riots but of a peaceful protest after the death of George Floyd whose murder was the straw that broke the camel’s back across the world and has prompted a call to end US police brutality.
Shot by Rod Deal.
Award-winning, and Miami based photographer Jonathan DeCamps photographs movements like the George Floyd protest on June 30th, 2020. See pictures on Tropicult.com.
Joseph Miranda depicts a possible future of robotic human bodies. Halfway through his 365 project, what revelations will we see from him and other artists this year, and how will your choices change the world as we know it. Read more on Tropicult.com.
Alec Jerome is a multimedia artist native to Miami. With a passion for augmented reality and skills from video production and animation he has learned a lot on his journey. Read Veronica Spagna exclusive interview with him on Tropicult.
#CoronaChronicles feature of Tammy Martinez Founder of Mindful Connections. Corona Chronicles are a series of articles sharing how Miami locals are experiencing Coronavirus. Read more on Tropicult.com.
#CoronaChronicles feature of Luna Palazzolo. Corona Chronicles is a series of articles sharing how Miami locals are experiencing Coronavirus. Read more on Tropicult.com.
Marcelo Salup wows again with up close and personal photographs of Mekronium taken at Churchills Metal Festival. So close you can see the blood.