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 Post subject: [MiamiArts] Digest Number 1266
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Topics in this digest:

1. The Wallflower Gallery Events & Activities - 09-03-06
From: William

2. First Fridays Concert at Piano Music Center
From: William

3. South Florida Arts Beat, Sept. '06 Schedule
From: William

4. Hear Their Stories - How Art & Culture Can Transform Our Communities
From: William

5. "Gated Community" Improv Comedy Troupe - September 28 at The Cuillo
From: William

6. David Castillo Gallery Saturday, September 9, 7-10pm opening
From: William

7. SATURDAY SEP.9/2006- LOCUST PROJECTS OPENING
From: William

8. Damien B. Art Center September Exhibition
From: William

9. Indian Classical instrumental Music featuring living legend Pt.
From: William

10. ArtCenter/ South Florida Presents "Episode"
From: William

11. GableStage Playreading Series - TRUE BLUE
From: William

12. New Theatre Kicks Off its 2006-2007 Main Season
From: William

13. Bass Museum Special Events and Programs
From: William

14. Momentum Dance Company Kicks Off Its 25TH Anniversary Season
From: William

15. ArtServe's Executive Director Maureen Kohler is September's "Lexus
From: William

16. Take a tour of the World of Art Deco without leaving the comfort of
From: William

17. TOWER THEATER documentary and panel discussion "Caridad, Madre",
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

18. New Theatre - Lincolnesque - Thu-Sun, 9/7/2006, 7:00 pm
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

19. Sol Theatre Project "Julie Johnson" Thu-Sun, 9/7/2006, 8:00 pm
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

20. International Ballet Festival of Miami - KOMPANIA PRIMVERA FROM
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

21. centro cultural español Música y Aparte - ROBERTO LOZANO and
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

22. GableStage - THE PILLOWMAN - Thur-Sun, 9/7/2006, 8:00 pm
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com

23. Cinema Paradiso "The Galindez File", 9/7/2006, 8:00 pm
From: MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com


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1. The Wallflower Gallery Events & Activities - 09-03-06
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 7:11 am (PDT)


http://www.wallflowergallery.com
http://www.myspace.com/wallflowergallery
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***SUPPORT INDEPENDENT ARTISTS***
BECOME A MEMBER AT THE WALLFLOWER GALLERY!!
THE WALLFLOWER GALLERY EVENTS & ACTIVITIES - 09/03/06 :
Friday, September 1 - Featured Performance with

Carl Ferrari & Friends
(Classical, Spanish Guitar & Percussion) @ 8:00 p.m. $5
Friday, September 1 - Featured Performance with

Phoenix/NEBULIN, Chris Beatz
(Goth Rock, Electronica) @ 10:30 p.m. $5
Saturday, September 2 - Featured Performance with

Minimal
(Spanish Acoustic Rock) @ 8:00 p.m. $5
Saturday, September 2 - Reel Indie Films - The Edge presents

Turista: 7 Days In CastroÂ’s Cuba, Maria Of The Flowers,
Campaign For Change 33311, Beyond The Screams
(Social Documentary Shorts) @ 10:30 p.m. $5
Sunday, September 3 - CLOSED - organizational day
Check out The Wallflower GalleryÂ’s calendar on MySpace.com _
www.myspace.com/wallflowergallery
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GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
Decorative Art Display

Everglades Art Exhibition
Darlene Harris - photography
Aeric Moskowitz - photography
Gudrun Napp - watercolor painting
Danny Arenas - acrylic painting
Marguerite Gil - photography composite
Elizabeth Del Pozo & Marc Amore - acrylic painting
Robert "BeBob" Grabowski - photography
Edna Michaeli - oil painting
Fine Art Exhibitions

Karin Bradovka - Subtle Revelations - photography
Accent Piece Presentations

Dana Fowler - Southern Seems - stained glass
Gina Hubler - Peace By Piece - mosaic
Also showing are the artworks by Clutch, Anibal Fernandez, Craig Kirk, Joe Gato,
Sandra Halpern-Stein, Paul Lewin, Carlos Rodriguez, Aeric Moskowitz, Jose Vides,
David Haskin, Cristina Lasaga and Martin Fernandez.
Please check out the Current Artists on our website for some featured pieces.
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THE WALLFLOWER GALLERY INFO

The Wallflower Gallery
10 N.E. 3rd St. in Downtown Miami, FL 33132
- three blocks west from Biscayne Blvd. on N.E. 3rd St.
- on the corner of N. Miami Ave.
- greenish-yellow building with mural - purple flower on door
(P) 305-579-0069
http://www.wallflowergallery.com
http://www.myspace.com/wallflowergallery
For more contact information and directions, please check out our website.
Gallery/Store hours:
Special events are held on most Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights.
For Membership benefits, rates and related information, please check out our website.
Donate to The Wallflower Gallery through PayPal, credit card or direct bank
account transfer.
Check out The Wallflower GalleryÂ’s page on MySpace.com -
www.myspace.com/wallflowergallery


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2. First Fridays Concert at Piano Music Center
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 7:11 am (PDT)

st1\:*{behavior:url(#default#ieooui) } Friday, September 1 at
7:30 pm
“First Fridays” Concert featuring South Florida local artists of various musical
disciplines. This Friday we will be presenting a very diverse and contemporary
program. Featuring Zulema Romeu on the Accordion and discussing her new book
“Musica”; A book about the evolution of music and instruments, as well as aspects
of Cuban music that until today have remained unpublished. Free Admission. For
more information call Hamilton at 305-663-4450. Piano Music Center, 6917 Red Road,
Coral Gables, Fl. 33143. http://www.pianomusiccenter.com

Piano Music Center
6917 Red Road, Coral Gables, Fl. 33143
http://www.pianomusiccenter.com
305-663-4450
We are across from the Barnes and Noble in Sunset Place and next to JakeÂ’s
Parking behind Jakes Bar, Jake's will be right on the corner of San Ignacio & Red Road
First Fridays Showcase
Piano Music Center
September 1, 2006

Ramiro Valdes, Piano
La Cathédrale Engloutie (The Sunken Cathedral) C. Debussy

Daniel Rojas, Harp
Valse Torrealbero No. 5
J.V. Torrealba
Vallenatos en Arpa
Adapt. By Daniel Rojas
Cascada (Paraguayan Folk)
Digno Garcia

Mirta de la Torre, Guitar
Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Besame mucho
Lamento Borinqueño
Andalucia

Jeannette Claudine Romeu, Piano
Chega de Saudade
Antonio Carlos Jobim
Autum Leaves

Zulema Romeu, Accordion
Melancolia
Potpourri de Musica Italiana
Jealousy
Thinking about you

Zulema Romeu , Acordeon
Es descendiente de una de las familias musicales mas importantes de Cuba. Su
libro "Musica" Trata temas de la evolución de la música y los instrumentos, así
como aspectos de la música cubana que hasta hasta ahora habían permanecido
inéditos.

Mirtha de la Torre, Guitarra
Considerada la guitarrista mas importante de su generacion, ha representado a Cuba
en Europa y America y ha dado a conocer el repertorio de la guitarra como
solista, en conjuntos de Camara y junto a Orquestas Sinfonicas.

Jeannette Claudine Romeu, Piano
Is a fifth generation of her legendary musical family. Jeannette has acted and
sang for various TV shows and recorded her first album professionally when she
was only four years old. She has recorded more than thirteen albums throughout
her young musical career.




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3. South Florida Arts Beat, Sept. '06 Schedule
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 7:48 am (PDT)


Coming up on WLRNÂ’s South Florida Arts Beat (SFAB),
Fridays at 1:00pm EST, 91.3 Fm;

Friday, Sept. 1st
New Orleans blows into town on the heels of tropical storm Ernesto in the form of
swamp-rocker Brian Stoltz. Performing, writing and recording with The Neville
Brothers for ten years, StoltzÂ’s unmistakable guitar sound has also been featured
on recordings by Bob Dylan, Linda Ronstadt, Dr. John, Edie Brickell, Jimmy
Buffett, Zachary Richard and The Funky Meters. With his south Florida based band
led by Carl “Kilmo” Pacillo (bassist with The Shackdaddys and proprietor of Ft.
LauderdaleÂ’s original music club, Alligator Alley), the Brian Stoltz Band will
perform original compositions from his latest CD God, Guns and Money (Long Overdue
Recordings) as well as southern Blues-Rock standards live from our Miami studios.
This program is generously underwritten by Pollo Tropical, a tropical dining
experience.

Friday, Sept. 8th
Sixties icon Grace Slick returns to south Florida. SheÂ’ll discuss her musical
career and her current passion, painting. Classical arts presenters, Doreen Marx
and Byron Krulewitch describe the exciting upcoming seasons for Sunday Afternoons
of Music and Sunday Afternoons of Music for Children. WeÂ’ll also find out more
about the Frost Art Museum at FIU and their schedule of exhibitions. The events
calendar and humorist Buzz Fleischman wrap up the show.

Friday, Sept. 15th
Guests include Bill Banchs of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts,
Bruce Greer of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden and Marcia Zerivitz of The Jewish
Museum of Florida. Our entertainment calendar features enticing events throughout
south Florida.

Friday, Sept. 22nd
Seraphic FireÂ’s Artistic Director, Patrick Dupre Quigley, returns with a preview
of their engaging season. WeÂ’ll take a look at the 23rd annual Festival Miami
offerings featuring Classical and Jazz performances in Coral Gables. Humorist Buzz
Fleischman returns with The Radio Buzz and our events calendar closes the show.

Friday, Sept. 29th
South Florida is so excited about our new performing arts center! WeÂ’ll preview
the opening festivities of The Carnival Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) and
our Classical arts contributor, Charles Greenfield, provides a special highlight
of CCPAÂ’s Classical offerings featuring a conversation with Judy Drucker. Our
entertainment calendar has even more events for your consideration.


Future guests and segments include Gregory Von Hausch/Ft. Lauderdale Film
Festival, Mary Luft/Tigertail Productions, Jazz vocalist Carmen Lundy, Jadwiga
Gevert/Chopin Foundation season preview, Justin Moss/Florida Grand Opera,
Swamp-Rock musician and artist Graham Drout, Fredrick Kaufman/FIU Music Festival,
the Civic Chorale of Greater Miami, Miami International Book Fair, Holly
Spillane/South Florida Jazz and Heritage Festival among much, much more.

Congratulations go out to our Classical Arts contributor Charles Greenfield, who
was recently accepted into the National Endowment for the Arts - Arts Journalism
Institute Workshop in October. This professional development experience will
concentrate on Classical music and Opera criticism. Over time the workshops are
anticipated to have a demonstrable positive effect on American journalism in those
specific artistic areas. Bravo, Charles!

Please check out our WEBSITE and listen online.
To tune in WLRN worldwide at http://WWW.WLRN.ORG click on the turquoise and orange
Radio button in the middle right hand area of our homepage. You should hear our
streaming signal in just a few seconds. Should you be interested in our local
producer’s photos and bios click “Radio” on the homepage and then click “Local
Programs” on the next page.

Bookings subject to change without notice.
Shows subject to pre-emption due to NPR news coverage of breaking events.

As always our eyes and ears are wide open, communicate with us should the need arise.

Thank you for your consideration,

Ed Bell
Producer/Host
South Florida Arts Beat
WLRN Radio 91.3 Fm
172 N.E. 15th St.
Miami, Fla. 33132
(305) 995-2236
ebell@wlrn.org



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4. Hear Their Stories - How Art & Culture Can Transform Our Communities
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 8:45 am (PDT)

Wednesday, Sept 13, 5:45 - 6:30 p.m.
Arts at St. Johns, Miami Dade College InterAmerican Campus & Imagine Miami present
How Art & Culture Can Transform Our Communities
Free Panel Discussion



PANEL (see bios below):

MODERATOR: Carol Hoffman-Guzman, Arts at St. Johns - www.artsatstjohns.com
Nelson Santiago, Miami Dade College, professor of art - Visit the InterAmerican
Campus at http://www.mdc.edu/iac/
Stewart & Dena Stewart, Center for Folk and Community Art -
www.arttapestries.org
Gerry Landreth, Cultural Shock (Miami-Dade County Office of Cultural Affairs)
www.cultureshockmiami.com
LOCATION: Miami Dade College - InterAmerican Campus
627 SW 27th Ave , Miami, FL 33135
Little Havana

Parking: Interamerican Plaza for a nominal fee
(the parking garage on 7th Street across from the Campus)

Funded by a grant from Dade Community Foundation.

SPEAKERS' BIOGRAPHIES:

Gerry Landreth, Projects Administrator - Culture Shock Miami. Gerry
Landreth has worked as a sales and marketing consultant with several
cultural institutions around the nation including The Cleveland Orchestra,
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Boston Ballet. He has also held staff
positions with North Shore Music Theater (a summer music theater just
north of Boston) and, most recently, with Coconut Grove Playhouse where he
was responsible for ticket sales operations, box office staffing, and
developing and maintaining systems for capturing, reporting and analyzing
customer information.
Gerry won numerous piano competitions and scholarships, including a
scholarship for Piano Performance from the University of Alabama where he
holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Management with a minor in
psychology. He taught piano in privately for 10 years and served as a
staff accompanist for the Department of Music at the University of Alabama
as well as piano instructor for the UniversityÂ’s continuing education
department.
As Cultural Projects Administrator, Gerry administers Culture Shock Miami
(www.cultureshockmiami.com), a major new educational initiative devoted to
cultivating future audiences. Culture Shock Miami is a collaboration of
the Department of Cultural Affairs, local cultural organizations,
educational institutions and Ticketmaster that provides discounted tickets
to high school and college students (ages 14-22) to attend the highest
quality cultural events throughout Miami-Dade County. Email:
gnl@miamidade.gov, Ph: 305-375-4987

Nelson F. Santiago, professor at Miami-Dade College InterAmerican Campus,
received a BFA from Florida International University and a MFA from the
University of Miami. Santiago has taught art and computer classes at The
University of Miami and Miami-Dade College. He has received The Posey
Foundation Graduate Award, FACDL Miami Hispanic Artist Award and The
Liquitex International Award.
His solo exhibitions include The Yellow Series, Parish Gallery,
Washington, D.C. Santiago has exhibited in a wide variety of national and
regional group exhibitions, including the traveling exhibition Caribbean
Visions. His collections include the University of Miami, Florida
International Museum of Art, and Southern Illinois University. He
received a Knight Ryder Fellowship at Brandywine, Pennsylvania, the
product which is in the Philadelphia Art Museum Collection. Among other
solo and group shows, Nelson also held the position of visiting artist at
The University of Miami for several years. Email: nsantiag@mdc.edu, Ph:
305-237-6231

Nationally recognized artists, Dena Stewart and Stewart Stewart believe
that if you want to be part of a community you have to take part in
transforming it into the best community it could be. So 15 years ago, they
created Center for Folk and Community Art, an organization made up of
artists, writers and community activists with a mission to use visual art
first as a tool of intervention and prevention and then as a method of
education in order to impact social and health-related issues and to
improve the human condition.
CFCA artists go directly to the people who are most impacted by the social
or health-related issues for project participation. They use their
nationally-recognized model program "Telling Stories Through Visuals" to
teach people--even those who have never had an art experience before--how
to visualize their experiences with the issues, write a descriptive
narrative and then create original artwork to go along with their
writings. These stories and pictures are crafted into giant self-standing
movable murals and tapestries that are exhibited in public venues to
enlighten the greater community about the issues from the perspective of
the people who are impacted by them.
CFCA artists have successfully replicated their "Telling Stories Through
Visuals" model program to address important issues such as: What it feels
like to grow older; Getting along with neighbors; Trauma from natural
disasters; Growing up in the '90's; Crime; LIVING with HIV/AIDS; Tobacco
and substance abuse; Abuse & violence in intimate relationships among
teenagers; and Bullying--highlighting the thought process and creativity
of children as young as five to senior citizens as old as 106.
"Telling Stories Through Visuals" was selected by the PresidentÂ’s
Committee on the Arts and Humanities in conjunction with the National
Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the
Institute of Museum and Library Sciences as a national model program that
successfully combines visual art with social service.
For additional information, see www.arttapestries.org or email:
artcfca@bellsouth.net.




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5. "Gated Community" Improv Comedy Troupe - September 28 at The Cuillo
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 9:26 am (PDT)



“GATED COMMUNITY” IMPROV COMEDY
AT THE CUILLO CENTRE FOR THE ARTS
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2006 at 8:00pm


Gated Community, a high energy improvisational comedy troupe, presents their
“Greatest Hits”, live on Thursday September 28th at 8:00pm at The Cuillo Centre in
West Palm Beach. Gated Community most recently appeared at the 5th annual South
Florida Improv Jam held in Miami in August. They have been entertaining South
Florida audiences since the fall of 2004, combining short form and long form
improvisation, sketch comedy, video sketch, audience participation and song parody,
offering a show full of wit, charm and hilarity along with a clever insight on the
humors of everyday life that we can all relate to. Gated Community shows are unique
in that the performers get scene ideas and suggestions from audience members, so no
scene is ever pre scripted and the actors never know which direction a scene may
take.

This will be the first of three monthly appearances at The Cuillo Centre in
downtown West Palm Beach. Gated CommunityÂ’s recent appearances include the 2006
Miami Improv Festival opening for The Groundlings from Los Angeles and Upright
Citizens Brigade from New York City. It was their second straight year performing
at the Miami Improv Festival, a collection of the nationÂ’s best Improv comedy
troupes. Gated Community has also been invited to perform on the main stage at
Artigras 2006, as well as countless corporate training and entertainment events
all across Palm Beach County. Gated Community recently received a 2005 Impy award
for best sketch comedy in Palm Beach County.

Every show offers a new theme, with brand new sketch comedy, improvisations and
videos Audiences continue to discover the humor and energy found in a live
Improv show, as the mix of sketch, improvisation, music and video leaves patrons
excited about the endless possibilities of live theater. Gated Community takes
comedy seriouslyÂ….very seriously.

Tickets for Gated Community are $15.00 and can be purchased by calling the Cuillo
Centre box office at (561) 835-9226. For further information on Gated Community
please visit the website at http://www.gcimprov.com

The Cuillo Theatre
201 Clematis Street
W. Palm Beach,, Florida 33401
http://www.cuillocentre.com



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6. David Castillo Gallery Saturday, September 9, 7-10pm opening
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 9:31 am (PDT)

David Castillo Gallery Saturday, September 9, 7-10pm opening: Beth
Reisman solo exhibition Phoenicia & Chris Byrd project room solo
show Adventureland

Beth Reisman Phoenicia

in the project room:
Chris Byrd Adventureland

Opening Reception Saturday, September 9, 7-10pm
September 9- October 31, 2006

David Castillo Gallery is pleased to present the first Miami solo
exhibition of Beth Reisman. The artist has shown with the gallery at
Scope New York & in the group exhibition Searching for Love & Fire.

Reisman received a B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia and
an M.F.A. from the Art Institute of Chicago. She has had solo
exhibitions at Deven Golden Fine Art in New York and Galerie
Faurschou in Copenhagen. Among her various group exhibitions are the
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Galerie Vieille du Temple, Paris, and the
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art in NY. She is the recipient of
a Pollock-Krasner artist grant and residencies at Yaddo. Her work is
in various private and corporate collections. Reisman lives and
works in Brooklyn.

Each painting begins with a drawing, or rather a photograph, as the
original forms are culled from fashion magazines. The artist's work
deals with consumption of the female form in it purest sense, de-
constructing individual identities. From an intricate drawing &
tracing process evolve ultimately abstract & beautiful explorations
of color. The paintings are marked by an ephemeral though
unmistakable depth. They are amalgams composed entirely of figures
yet completely abstract.

In the project room is the first-ever solo show of Miami-based
artist Chris Byrd. The artist received his B.F.A. from Atlanta
College of Art and an M.F.A. from American University, Washington,
D.C. His work is in both corporate and private collections.
Adventureland refers to a spirit of exploration and the venture of
painting the contemporary, albeit abstract, landscape. As in the
case of Reisman's work, Byrd explores the similarities and
differences between drawing & painting as the paintings reach their
final forms.

As a native Floridian, Chris Byrd has been affected by the designed
environments of theme parks, as well as the subcultures of surfing
and skateboarding. His paintings are both sophisticated design &
untamed graphics. By working both in a highly calculated and less
planned way at the same time, the works become a comparison and
contrast, exploring problems and presenting possible solutions in
the finished work.

About David Castillo David Castillo has been a private art
consultant and art dealer for several years. His professional
background spans more than eleven years, beginning with the Yale
University Art Gallery, and later museums and galleries in Miami &
elsewhere. His studies and degrees are in History & Art History from
Yale University & the Vatican.

Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat. 12 noon- 5pm, and by appointment

david castillo gallery
email: info@castilloart.com
phone: 305-573-8110
web: http://castilloart.com
2234 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33127
WYNWOOD ARTS DISTRICT











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7. SATURDAY SEP.9/2006- LOCUST PROJECTS OPENING
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 9:45 am (PDT)

Opening Reception :September 9th 7-10pm

LOCUST PROJECTS
105 NW 23 ST
MIAMI FL 33127
305 576 8570
www.locustprojects.org

Locust Projects is pleased to present:

Mental Fight- An Anti-Spell for the Twenty-First Century,
by Michael Tedja.

Michael Tedja's first one-person show in the
United States, is as close as Locust Projects has come
in a long time to hosting a painting show. Of course,
for Tedja, painting is like an intestine--it's a
container for indefatigable production, libidinal
overdrives, endless research, and a stream of ideas
that never ebbs. It's not a question of producing
paintings for their own sake, of making luxury goods
that sit on the wall, as much as it is of momentarily
arresting the mad-cap flow of production, of pausing
for a moment to asses what is going on before the
current resumes its thundering course. And this often
means that the canvases are in the middle of the room,
or that the paintings have objects dangling from them.
If sampling is the guiding logic of production for
Tedja, don't think of it in terms of what a DJ does.
This isn't mere citation, dropping a hook in so that
things come off sounding better. This is an omnivorous
sampling, a drive to swallow everything, to
cannibalize whatever is within reach, the dirtier the
better, and to produce "paintings" that are like
frozen moments of digestion. And this cannibal
sampling doesn't allow the "paintings" to respect any
borders or media. Everything has to be
included--photographs, text, drawings, dirt, shoes,
bikes. "Painting" serves merely as an old frame of
reference, as something that allows us to catch our
footing in the runaway stream of materials and ideas.
Michael Tedja lives in Amsterdam, where he attended
school at the Rietveld Acadmie and the Sandberg
Institute, with a short stint in the early 90s at The
Art Institute of Chicago. He has exhibited his work at
the Stedelijk Museum, Centraal Museum in Utrecht,
Rotterdam's Kunsthal, and Galerie Krizinger in Vienna.
He also published a novel,
A.U.T.O.B.I.O.G.R.A.P.H.I.E. (Vassallucci Publishers,
Amsterdam), in 2003.

In the project room, Miami-based
Nicolas D.Lobo
will produce Miramar substation/EMF displacement,
a model of the electromagnetic field generated by the
power substation adjacent to Locust Projects.
Following recent projects that have sought to give
physical form to "immaterial" things like the
disastrous flight pattern of ValuJet 592, Miramar
Substation continues to trade in the spectral
underside of the real. Giving a computer model
physical dimension and using the exhibition space as
its starting point, the model will be built on site as
skillfully as possible and using humble materials
usually associate with the world of garage engineers
and grandpa technology. A graduate of Cooper Union,
Lobo has exhibited at North Miami MoCA, Placemaker
Gallery, and Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, among other
places.

Exhibit runs: September 9th -October 28th

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8. Damien B. Art Center September Exhibition
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 9:47 am (PDT)

Damien B. Art Center September Exhibition

Saturday September 9th 7:00 to 10:00 pm

Wynwood 2nd Saturday Gallery Walk

at
Damien B. Contemporary Art Center
282 NW 36th street Wynwood art district Miami
http://www.damienb.com

Exhibition through September 25th 2006

Contact: Damien B. 305 573 4949 damien@damienb.com www.damienb.com
Where: Damien B. Contemporary Art Center - Wynwood Art District -
282 NW 36th Street Miami FL 33127 USA

CHRISTIAN BERNARD AND ELYAN BISCAYN
EXHIBIT WORKS AT DAMIEN B. CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER

Muralist/painter Christian Bernard and sculptor Elyan Biscayn will
mount a joint exhibition of their latest works, appearing July 8
through September 26 at the Damien B. Contemporary Art Center, 282
Northwest 36th Street, Miami Fl.
Opening night of the exhibition, July 8, will benefit the Miami
Children's Hospital Foundation with 20 percent of the proceeds from
all art sales to be donated directly to the Foundation.
Christian Bernard, also known as Narbero, is a popular artist whose
colorful paintings, murals and frescos have gained critical praise
and popular appreciation in the United States and France. His
current exhibition, "Women of the World" is a series of paintings
that beautifully depict women from diverse nations in their
indigenous attire.
Born in France, Mr. Bernard first gained notoriety for his 1996
outdoor exhibition, "One Night, One Artist" shown in a marble quarry
in Saint Gent. Since then, he crossed the Atlantic to establish
himself in North America with works on display at galleries in New
York, Florida, Georgia and North Carolina.
For the past eight years, Mr. Bernard has created dramatic works
of art in South Florida and has gained acclaim for his "Art in
Public Places" murals. His immense, hand-painted murals remain on
display at the Miami Children?s Museum, Joe DiMaggio Children?s
Hospital in Hollywood and three YMCA buildings in Miami.

Ms. Biscayn has created her PalmArt Collection, inspired by
the native trees of the Sunshine State. She applies resins to palm
fronds to form symbolic shapes that are carved, finished and mounted
on geometric pedestals of marble and steel. The results are
sculptural works of art that combine nature's beauty with a very
special artistic vision.
Born and raised in France, Ms. Biscayn became fascinated at a young
age with the symmetry and rhythms of palm trees, and dreamed of
escape to the sub-tropics. Today, she has established herself as one
of Miami's most distinct contemporary artists whose dramatic
sculptures reflect an appreciation of the Florida environment.
Ms. Biscayn's modern sculptures have been widely exhibited
throughout Florida and have been chosen to headline a special
exhibition, sponsored by the Citibank Foundation, to be displayed
beginning in September 2006.
For more information about the exhibition of Mr. Bernard and Ms.
Biscayn"s art works, call the Damien B. Contemporary Art Center at
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9. Indian Classical instrumental Music featuring living legend Pt.
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Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 9:54 am (PDT)



Association of Performing Arts of India
10831 Northwest 17th Court , Pembroke Pines, Florida 33026
Phone 954-885-1466· Email: apaiart@comcast.net
http://www.apaiart.com

WHAT: Indian Classical instrumental Music featuring living legend Pt. Hariprasad
Chaurasia on bamboo Flute, Vijay Ghate on Tabla, Shyamala on Tanpura.

WHEN: Saturday, September 9th -2006
TIME: 6:00 to 9:00 PM
WHERE: Broward Center For the Performing Arts- Amaturo Theater
201 SW 5th Ave, Ft. Lauderdale , FL-33312
TICKETS: $75 (VIP)-Includes concert and reception after the concert
Only Concert : $20 $ 25, $35, $45, group rate is available
For Reservation: Please Call- 954-462-0222 or http://www.browardcenter.org

Pandit Hari Prasad Chaurasia has performed throughout the world winning acclaim
from varied audiences and fellow musicians including the late Lord Yehudi
Menuhin and Jean Pierre Rampal. He served as the featured artist in the
Festivals of India in England, U.S. and in Russia.
Pandit Chaurasia represents a confluence of many influences, Eastern and Western,
vocal and instrumental. As a musician, he is a rare combination of innovator and
traditionalist. He has significantly expanded the expressive possibilities of the
classical North Indian flute playing. Through uncanny breath control and his
unique, masterful blowing techniques, he has been able to adapt the fast tempo of
the jod and jhala to the flute. Immensely popular not only in his native India
but worldwide, he is one of the very few classical musician who have made a
conscious effort to reach out and expand his audiences for music throughout the
world.
He has also collaborated with Western artists and groups like John McLaughlinÂ’s
Shakti to Ian AndersonÂ’s Jethro Tull, George Harrison, Mickey Hart, Jan
Garbarek, Egberto Gismonti and Larry Coryell, to the Bay Area based saxophonist,
George Brooks and others, adding to his international appeal and widespread
popularity. Earning a reputation as a jet-setter, he has toured the U.S., Canada,
Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Germany, France, Austria, Denmark, Belgium,
Holland, Spain, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, England and many more countries.



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10. ArtCenter/ South Florida Presents "Episode"
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Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 2:20 pm (PDT)

Saturday, September 16th 7:00 -10:00 pm

ArtCenter/ South Florida
Presents

"Episode"

Join the ArtCenter's Board of Director's and Artists-in-Residence
for the Public Preview of this intriguing new lens-based exhibition
by
nine internationally emerging artists based in the United Kingdom.

Saturday, September 16 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Special Artist Talk at 7:30 pm

ArtCenter/ South Florida Gallery
800 Lincoln Road at Meridian Avenue on Miami Beach
For more information or to RSVP, 305.674.8278

Exhibition curated by Amanda Beech, Jaspar Joseph-Lester, and
Matthew Poole.
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11. GableStage Playreading Series - TRUE BLUE
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Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 2:21 pm (PDT)

GableStage
at the Biltmore
Playreading Series
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH ~ 7:30 PM

TRUE BLUE
a new play by Marj O'Neill-Butler

Five women, all undercover cops, meet regularly for drinks, games
and relaxation. Late one night they get a call that changes all
their lives.

with
Autumn Horne - Margery Lowe - Angie Radosh
Deborah L. Sherman - Laura Turnbull

directed by Marj O'Neill-Butler

Free Admission ~ No Reservations Required

GableStage is located in the eastern section of the Biltmore Hotel,
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables. Valet parking is available.
Free parking is available in the Biltmore parking area west of the
hotel. For more information or to purchase tickets, call the
GableStage at 305-445-1119.

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12. New Theatre Kicks Off its 2006-2007 Main Season
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Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 2:26 pm (PDT)

New Voices – New Work
New Theatre Kicks Off its 2006-2007 Main Season with
The Florida Premiere of

Lincolnesque
by John Strand

With Israel Garcia, Clint Hooper, Bill Schwartz and Stacy Schwartz

Directed by
Ricky J. Martinez

Set Design: Robert Eastman-Mullins; Costume Design: Estela Vrancovich; Assistant
Costumer: K. Blair Brown; Sound Design: Robert Rick;
Lighting Design: Travis Neff; Set Construction: TLC Events Group; Production
Stage Manager: Betsy Paull-Rick; Photography: Eileen Suarez and David Whitman

September 7 through October 1, 2006
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8 pm; Sundays at 1 pm
Additional Sunday 5:30 pm on September 17 & 24

TICKETS
Preview, Thursday, September 7
$20
Pre-Opening Night, Friday, September 8
(Pre-show reception courtesy of Catering by Lovables)
$55


Single Tickets
Thursday & Sunday evenings: $ 35
Friday & Saturday evenings, Sunday matinee: $ 40
Student Rush (under 25 with ID): $ 15
6 Play Flexible Season Passes $ 210
Lincolnesque :A Brief Summary
Our nation's capital. Two brothers. Leo, a Capitol Hill speechwriter struggling to
stay employed, and Francis, a psychiatric outpatient convinced that he is the
reincarnation of the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln... Leo's
employer, a stunningly mediocre congressman, looks headed for defeat in his
re-election bid. But when Francis secretly takes over the speechwriting, the
congressman starts sounding heroic, even inspiring. Could it be a renaissance in
American politics?... A seriously comic look at love and strategy in a city so
desperately sane that madness may be the remedy.
About the Playwright
JOHN STRAND spent 10 years in Paris, where he worked as a journalist and drama
critic, writing in English and French. While there, he was director of New York
University's Experimental Theater Wing in Paris. He has received multiple play
writing commissions from South Coast Repertory, Arena Stage and Signature Theater.
He recently completed Charity Royal, an adaptation of the Edith Wharton novel
Summer for Arena Stage.

StrandÂ’s most recent plays are Lorenzaccio, his adaptation of Alfred de Musset's
1834 French classic, which premiered at The Shakespeare Theater, Washington, DC,
directed by Michael Kahn, and the book for the musical The Highest Yellow, with a
score by Michael John LaChiusa, at Signature Theater, Arlington, Va.

His other plays include Lovers and Executioners, winner of the Charles MacArthur
Award for Outstanding New Play; The Diaries, commissioned by Signature Theater and
nominated for the MacArthur; Tom Walker, commissioned by Arena Stage, Washington,
DC. Additional plays are Otabenga , directed by Michael Kahn at Signature Theater,
nominated for the MacArthur; The Miser, an adaptation of the Molière play set in
Regan-era America, Arena Stage; Three Nights in Tehran, a comedy about the
Iran-Contra affair, Signature Theater; The Cockburn Rituals, Woolly Mammoth
Theater, Washington, DC.


His plays are published by Dramatic Publishing, Inc., Chicago. He currently lives
in the Washington, DC area with his wife and four children.



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13. Bass Museum Special Events and Programs
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Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 2:31 pm (PDT)

Special Events and Programs
September 2006

Sunday, September 10, 3:00PM
Lecture — Weaving Modernity
Lecturer Marijean Miyar traces the historical relationship of two-
dimensional design for paper or canvas to the woven medium. The
modernist language of forms was ideally suited for this process, but
each individual artist approached the transference in a unique way.
Hard-edge abstraction and painterly expressionism required totally
different approaches, both from the artist and from the weavers.
Members free, non-members $10


Every Saturday
September 9 - October 7, 2006
2:00PM
Docent Tours
Get the most out of your visit to the Bass Museum of Art with one of
our docent tours. Our docents offer an informed, educated, insider's
look at the exhibitions we currently have on display.

Docent Tours are FREE with museum admission.

Saturday, September 30, 12-5pm
Intensive MultiMedia Workshop -
Moving Image: Recycled 16mm Film to Digital Video
Create hand-crafted short films using vintage16mm footage. Paint and
scratch on 16mm film, and learn manual editing techniques in this
classic medium. Shoot and edit moving images in digital video.
Experiment with simple animation techniques using software such as
iMovie, Adobe Image Ready, Final Cut Pro. Experiment with soundtrack
and titles.
The first of these two workshops is on Saturday, September 30 and
the second is on Sunday, October 1, 12- 5pm, $150 each, $250 for
both days.

(Discount available for students w/ valid ID, seniors, City of Miami
Beach employees)

To join, please email bassmuseum@yahoo.com or phone 305-673-7530.

IMPORTANT!
Please bring your own camera and laptop if possible. A 1 gigabyte
flash drive is recommended for saving your projects. We have a
limited number of Mac platform laptops. Projects in-progress are
welcome.

UPCOMING IN OCTOBER - SAVE THE DATE!

Sunday, October 8, 3:00PM
Gallery Talk - Asian Art from the Bass Collection
Join Ruth Grim, Bass Museum Curator of Collections, as she describes
the latest installation in the museum's Taplin Gallery, Asian Art
from the Bass Museum Collection, and provides insight into the
curatorial research process. Beautiful Japanese prints by Ando
Hiroshige, Kunisada and #### will be discussed, along with
excellent examples of Chinese and Tibetan sculpture and decorative
arts.
Free with museum admission

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

TAPESTRIES: THE GREAT TWENTIETH CENTURY MODERNISTS
Picasso, Matisse, Calder and Others
August 11 - October 8, 2006 (Gertrude Silverstone Muss Gallery)
This unique exhibition explores the interplay between the artists
and weavers, and the inspiration shared among the modern masters
that offers valuable insight into the tradition of tapestry and its
significant impact on twentieth century modernism. Works include the
vibrant and joyful colors of Calder and Arp, bold figural
architectonics of Léger and Le Corbusier, cutouts of Matisse, and
cubism of Picasso. Woven works by Kandinsky, Vasarely, Braque, and
Chagall add diversity to this exhibition that will delight and
inspire visitors.

A catalogue available for purchase
Organized by the Trust for Museum Exhibitions, Washington D.C.


MADE IN MIAMI
HERVE DI ROSA'S AROUND THE WORLD/ 12TH STAGE
August 11 - October 29, 2006 (Henri and Flore Lesieur Pavillion)
While Hervé di Rosa's association with Figuration libre is well-
known in France, the Bass Museum of Art will mount the first
American museum exhibition of this renowned French artist. Made in
Miami: Hervé di Rosa's Around the World/ 12th Stage will highlight a
recent body of work that explores Miami's visual and popular culture
as part of this artist's international odyssey. In this series of
paintings, drawings and sculptures, Di Rosa explores a reductive
approach emphasizing color and light of the Miami landscape.
A catalogue is available for purchase

FROM CANVAS TO TEXTILES: MIRA LEHR FOR ODEGARD
August 11 – October 8, 2006 (Lydia and Burton Harrison Gallery)
A selection of Mira Lehr's compositions are reinterpreted by
Stephanie Odegard through hand- knotted wool and silk textiles that
feature Japanese motifs, geometric forms and a tropical palette.
These refined works of art carry on the long tradition of weaving
while maintaining a distinctive cultural heritage. The series of
textiles is a result of the collaboration of two visionary women who
strive to create harmonious environments through simple elements
drawn from nature. Works on canvas by Mira Lehr will also be shown.
A selection of works will be available for sale in the museum shop

ONGOING

TREASURES FROM THE BASS MUSEUM OF ART (Grand Ramp)
Monumental sixteenth and nineteenth-century tapestries are on
display, as well as seventeenth- century paintings by artists
including Jacob Jordaens, Peter Paul Rubens, Gerard Seghers and
Ferdinand Bol. A beautiful fifteenth-century tempera on panel
polyptych is on view by Genoese painter Giovanni Barbagelata, as
well as a stunning altarpiece by Italian Renaissance masters
Botticelli and Ghirlandaio, that is the signature piece of the Bass
Museum's permanent collection.
ASIAN ART FROM THE BASS MUSEUM COLLECTION (Sol M. Taplin Gallery)
Sculpture from China, India and Nepal including T'ang period are on
view including ceramic works, bronzes, Japanese prints, and a
beautiful nineteenth-century embroidered silk robe from the Chinese
Imperial Court.

General Information

Bass Museum of Art
2121 Park Avenue (in Collins Park)
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
T:305.673.7530 F:305.674.5475
http://www.bassmuseum.org
Museum Hours
Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm, Sunday 11 am-5 pm, closed Mondays and
holidays. Docent tours available upon request. Please call
305.673.7530 ext. 1005 for reservations.

General Admission
$8 adults, $6 seniors/students. Free, members & children under 6.
Group discounts available. FREE FOR MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS.

Bass Museum Shop
An eclectic selection of art, architecture and photography books;
folk art from around the world; one-of-a-kind decorative and gift
items; jewelry by local and international artisans; postcards; and
educational toys. Haitian art now available!

Parking
Metered parking lot on site. Additional metered parking is available
on perimeter streets.

Group Tours
For schools, clubs and community-based organizations tours can be
arranged by appointment any day the museum is open. Schedule lunch
at the Bass Museum for a memorable, culture-filled outing. Call
305.673.7530 Ext. 1005 for information and reservations.









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14. Momentum Dance Company Kicks Off Its 25TH Anniversary Season
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 2:32 pm (PDT)

Momentum Dance Company
Kicks Off Its
25TH Anniversary Season
With Meet the Dancers
Performance & Birthday Party

Friday, September 15
7:30 PM
At the Manuel Artime Theater
900 SW First Street in Miami

All tickets $5

Performing:
The 1928 classic Water Study by Doris Humphrey
Highway, a tribute to the American road trip
The Thrill , a steamy jazz solo from the first season of Momentum
Cheers, Darling, a soulful solo by senior dancer Odman Felix
Veteran soloist Barbie Freeman and newcomer Jesse Sani will present
an excerpt from the 1950 classic The Exiles by Jose Limon. Momentum
recently acquired this work through an American Masterworks grant
from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Meet the Dancers is a great way to get to know the company and learn
about the life of dancers, says Artistic Director Delma Iles. The
program will demonstrate the warmup and class exercises advanced
dancers must do every day; and explain the rehearsal process: how a
dance evolves as the dancers learn and polish it.
Each dancer will introduce him/herself and tell a little about their
personal background

The audience is invited the audience to share Iles birthday cake and
chat with the dancers following the performance

Telephone: 305-858-7002
Online ticketing at http://www.momentumdance.com










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15. ArtServe's Executive Director Maureen Kohler is September's "Lexus
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 2:36 pm (PDT)

ArtServe's Executive Director Maureen Kohler is
September's "Lexus Leader of the Arts"

ArtServe’s Executive Director Maureen Kohler, has been named “Lexus Leader of
the Arts” for the month of September by South Florida Lexus Dealers and WPBT
Channel 2. "The South Florida Lexus Dealers and Channel 2 salute Maureen Kohler,
Executive Director of ArtServe, for her commitment to promote and preserve the
arts in South Florida as this month's “Lexus Leader of the Arts." — David
Mullins, Vice President for Marketing of WPBT Channel 2.

As part of this honor, WPBT Channel 2 will air a 15-second spot for ArtServe three
times a week during the month of September. Maureen currently serves as the
Executive Director of ArtServe and is responsible for the daily operations of
ArtServeÂ’s 2 locations in Broward County. She oversees and directs all aspects
of the $1.2 million multi-disciplinary non profit organization. Under her
direction and leadership, ArtServe continues to serve as a catalyst by encouraging
collaborative programs amongst more than 200 ArtServe members and community
partners to bring innovative arts programming to our community.

Prior to joining ArtServe in 2001, Maureen spent 4 years as the Associate Director
of Volunteer Broward. During her tenure at Volunteer Broward she conceived and
developed the “Driven to Mentor” advertising campaign designed to recruit
mentors for at-risk youth. This creative idea garnered recognition and support
from local, state and national organizations.

Maureen is active in several local organizations including the board of the
Cultural Foundation of Broward, the Association of Fundraising Professionals,
Child Net, Vision Broward, Cultural Executives, WomenÂ’s Executive Club and
Broward WomenÂ’s Alliance. Maureen also serves on the advisory board of the
Broward County School BoardÂ’s Marketing Education Program.

ArtServe is a non-profit organization dedicated to being South FloridaÂ’s premier
provider of programs, resources, facilities, and training for the arts community.
ArtServe is headquartered at 1350 East Sunrise Boulevard where it also manages a
multi-purpose auditorium, art gallery, dance studio, non-profit organization
resident space, a business and computer center and three conference rooms. For
more information call 954-462- 8190 or log on to http://www.artserve.org.




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16. Take a tour of the World of Art Deco without leaving the comfort of
Posted by: "William" timoria63@yahoo.com timoria63
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 2:50 pm (PDT)

EXPERIENCE A WORLD OF ART DECO
WITH THE MIAMI DESIGN PRESERVATION LEAGUE, NO PASSPORTS REQUIRED
SEPTEMBER 12, 7:00 P.M.


The Miami Design Preservation League presents a world-wide tour of Art Deco, but
no travel is required. On Tuesday, September 12 at 7:00 p.m, join Jack Johnson,
an inveterate traveler, photographer and architecture enthusiast, as he leads
guests in a visual tour of A World of Art Deco, which features various Art Deco
masterpieces and the universality of Art Deco architectural style.

The free lecture is open to the public and takes place at the Art Deco Welcome
Center Auditorium— 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. A complimentary reception will
follow the lecture.

A World of Art Deco features photographs Johnson has taken while traveling across
five continents during the past three and a half years. His travels have taken him
through the USA, US Virgin Islands, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Sweden, Norway,
Finland, Denmark, Russia, France, Czech Republic, New Zealand, Vietnam, Thailand
and China. The tour of Art Deco architecture demonstrates the ways in which the
Art Deco style has been adapted to reflect local cultures as well as international
themes.

Jack Johnson resides half the year in Miami Beach and the other half in New
Zealand. Johnson retired in 2002 after a 32-year career at the US Department of
Housing and Urban Development. At retirement, Johnson was Director of Community
Planning and Development in the Miami Office of HUD. Johnson serves on the Board
of Directors of the Miami Design Preservation League and is a frequent volunteer
tour guide for MDPL.

A World of Art Deco is part of a series of free lectures, films and exhibits
presented by the Miami Design Preservation League throughout the year and kicks
off a series of programs exploring Art Deco Architecture around the world,
culminating in Art Deco Weekend 2007, East Meets West: Art Deco from Shanghai to
Miami.

The Miami Design Preservation League is a non-profit preservation and arts
organization founded in 1976. It is devoted to preserving, protecting and
promoting the architectural, cultural, social, economic, and environmental
integrity of the Miami Beach Architectural Historic District (Art Deco District)
as well as other areas of the city and South Florida, wherever historic
preservation is a concern. MDPL is the oldest Art Deco society in the world. MDPL
is headquartered at the Art Deco Welcome Center, 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida 33139.

For a complete calendar of events, visit the Miami Design Preservation League at
http://www.mdpl.org, or call 305-672-2014 for more information.



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17. TOWER THEATER documentary and panel discussion "Caridad, Madre",
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Reminder from the Calendar of MiamiArts
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TOWER THEATER documentary and panel discussion "Caridad, Madre"
Thursday September 7, 2006
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
(This event repeats every day, until Friday September 8, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 4 minutes.)
Location: TOWER THEATER
Street: 1508 SW 8 Street
City State Zip: Miami, FL
Phone: (305) 643-8706

Notes:
A documentary telling the story of the faith and devotion five Cuban mothers to the
Patron Saint of Cuba, and the personal anguish each of them suffered during a
46-year long separation from their children.

A panel discussion will follow the film.

$10

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18. New Theatre - Lincolnesque - Thu-Sun, 9/7/2006, 7:00 pm
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Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 3:56 pm (PDT)


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New Theatre - Lincolnesque - Thu-Sun
Thursday September 7, 2006
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
(This event repeats every week, until Wednesday October 11, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes.)
Location: New Theatre
Street: 4120 Laguna Street
City State Zip: Coral Gables, FL 33146
Phone: (305) 443-5909

Notes:
Our nation's capital. Two brothers. Leo, a Capitol Hill speechwriter struggling to
stay employed, and Francis, a psychiatric outpatient convinced that he is the
reincarnation of the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln.

Thur-Sun, see website for schedule.

$35 - $40

http://www.new-theatre.org


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19. Sol Theatre Project "Julie Johnson" Thu-Sun, 9/7/2006, 8:00 pm
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Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 4:56 pm (PDT)


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Sol Theatre Project "Julie Johnson" Thu-Sun
Thursday September 7, 2006
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event repeats every week, until Sunday September 17, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes.)
Location: Sol Theatre Project
Street: 1140 N. Flagler Drive
City State Zip: Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 33304
Phone: 954-525-6555

Notes:
What happens when an uneducated house wife and mother of two reaches the end of her
rope with a bad marriage and her own personal shortcomings? She makes concrete
decisions to change her life for the better.

$20 Fri, Sun and $25 Sat
(students under 30 with ID $12 Thurs, Fri, Sun only)

http://www.soltheatre.com


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20. International Ballet Festival of Miami - KOMPANIA PRIMVERA FROM
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International Ballet Festival of Miami - KOMPANIA PRIMVERA FROM POLAND
Thursday September 7, 2006
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event repeats every day, until Friday September 8, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes.)
Location: MANUEL ARTIME THEATER
Street: 900 SW 1st Street
City State Zip: Miami, Florida
Phone: 305. 549 7712

Notes:
KOMPANIA PRIMVERA FROM POLAND
Neo-Classical, Modern and Contemporary Ballets

$23, $18


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21. centro cultural español Música y Aparte - ROBERTO LOZANO and
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centro cultural espaol Msica y Aparte - ROBERTO LOZANO and SONIA CORPS
Thursday September 7, 2006
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
(This event repeats every other week, until Thursday September 28, 2006.)
(The next reminder for this event will be sent in 4 days, 3 minutes.)
Location: centro cultural espaol
Street: 800 Douglas Road, Suite 170
City State Zip: Coral Gables, Fl 33134
Phone: 305 448 9677

Notes:
Contemporary Cultural Cycle.
Artistic Coordinator: Erwin Prez, Guest Artist: ROBERTO LOZANO and SONIA CORPS,
(Cuba).

CCE members 5$, general admission $10

http://www.ccemiami.org




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22. GableStage - THE PILLOWMAN - Thur-Sun, 9/7/2006, 8:00 pm
Posted by: "MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com" MiamiArts@yahoogroups.com
Date: Fri Sep 1, 2006 4:57 pm (PDT)


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GableStage - THE PILLOWMAN


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