Why do cinema’s criminals, nemeses, and antagonists always live in swanky digs? In this film-focused talk with Miami Center for Architecture & Design, Inc. and AIA Miami, senior curator Silvia Barisione and Chad Oppenheim, co-author of “Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains,” are examining the sophisticated designs and styles of your favorite silver-screen baddies, unmasking how they reflect an “architecture of persuasion.” Moderated by John Stuart from FIU’s Miami Beach Urban Studios, the panel will highlight iconic set designs and discuss why evil masterminds have such exemplary—and luxurious—taste. Free and open to the online public.
Thursday, June 4, 5pm-7pm – Online The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale, present songstress Carly Jo Jackson as its next featured performer on Happy Hour with The Galleria, a virtual music series, scheduled for Thursday, June 4, at 5 p.m. on Facebook Live. With a voice filled with grit and soul, Carly Jo Jackson brings the […]
Monday, June 19, 6:30pm-8:30pm – CIC Miami, 1951 Northwest 7th Avenue, Miami How can we transform our individual goals into a common cause? How can we harness collaboration to inspire trust and innovation among millions of people? This talk is for changemakers who seek to understand the importance of creating community and how the transformative […]
Wednesday, March 2, 10am-6pm – Miami Children’s Museum, 980 MacArthur Cswy, Miami Hop on Pop and come to Miami Children’s Museum for Dr. Seuss’ birthday party! See celebrity readers bring their favorite Dr. Seuss books to life. Sing Happy Birthday and cut the cake with the Cat in the Hat. Make Lorax mustaches and hot […]