Celebrating the 500th anniversary of Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de LeÃ³n’s landing in Florida, the UM Center for Humanities hosts “Florida at the Crossroads: Five Hundred Years of Encounters, Conflicts, and Exchanges.” Twenty-six scholars from the State of Florida, the US and Spain present discussions on the past, present and future of Florida. Keynote speakers include Raquel Chang-RodrÃguez, colonialism scholar from the City University of New York and Alex Stepick, director of the immigration and ethnicity institute of Florida International University. Conference ends with a reading of “Hail, God of Seeds!” written by 17th century Spanish colonial poet Sor Juana InÃ©s de la Cruz, set to period music performed by instrumentalists and choral ensemble. The public is invited. Admission is free of charge.
Friday, September 7, 8pm – GableStage in the Biltmore Hotel, 1200 Anastasia Avenue, Coral Gables Special Preview Performance to Benefit FIU Womenâ€™s Studies Center and the Footprints Foundation at the Biltmore presents the South Florida Premiere of Ruined. A haunting work about the resilience of the human spirit. This frank, frequently funny and ultimately hopeful […]
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Friday, May 13, 6pm – Puntino, 353 SE 2nd Street, Miami Downtown Coming up this Friday, May 13th, please join us for a Summer Kick Off Event at Puntino Downtown benefiting Voices For Children Foundation! Admission is $20 and includes Hors d’oeuvres and Prosecco. 0