4th Annual Miami Performance International FestivalThursday, June 23, 1pm-4pm – Miami Beach Regional Library, 227 22nd St, Miami Beach
Thursday, June 23, 9pm-2am – Churchill’s, 5501 NE 2nd Ave, Miami
Friday, June 24, 7pm-10pm – Edge Zones Art Project, 3317 NW 7th Ave. Circle, Miami
Saturday, June 25, 6pm-11pm – Edge Zones Art Project, 3317 NW 7th Ave. Circle, Miami
Sunday, June 26, 1pm-4pm – Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach

The 5th Edition of “Miami Performance Festival International ‘16” (M/P ’16) will take place from June 23-26, 2016. M/P ‘16 will be staged in five different venues around Miami-Dade County with 17 countries represented and a host of local talent . The festival will show a total of 37 different works and will encourage viewers to investigate performance art’s and Noise artistic influence and contributions to our visual and sound culture and will provide the viewer with a unique performance and sound experience beyond the realm of traditional art. A four-days long interdisciplinary complex multileveled platform which will include videos of performances, live performances, noise, experimental sound art audience participation, publications, artist talks and visual art exhibitions, demonstrates the commitment by Edge Zones to the professional development of South Florida artists in national and international forum.

M/P ’16 is a stage for both young and emerging artists, curators, critics, and scholars to present their latest work. This world-class performing arts festival will provide the opportunity for our live audience of approximately 7,000 to engage deeply with the ideas emerging from these provocative works.

Miami Performance International Festival (M/P’16) seeks to continue to expand and provide a platform for South Florida-based performance and sound artists to create new work in Miami. This “challenge”, also bringing professionals together for the sake of a common goal: pushing the boundaries of their practice and making that same work accessible to a wider audience.

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