This workshop is presented by Creative Capital and produced for the HowlRound platform. In this uncertain time, many artists are left with no outlet for their creative practice. The liveness of theater/performance, in person exhibitions, and screenings could never be replaced. However, there is a whole world within the platform of live-streaming that can provide an alternate frame of experience that carries with it (especially now) a great amount of community, freedom, vulnerability, solidarity, and possibility. Whether it’s translating a previous work onto a live-stream platform, creating new content within this digital venue, or using it as a way to process or workshop a feeling, place or idea, this panel will asses how live-streaming can serve as a powerful tool for artists that are currently looking for ways to maintain their artistic practice and livelihood.
Saturday, July 15, 12pm-4pm – Soffer and Fine Adoption Center, 16101 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach The Humane Society of Greater Miami is excited to announce its new spokesperson for its â€œBig Dogs Snuggle Moreâ€ campaign, NFL star Nick Moody! Before committing to a new team for the 2017 NFL season, the free agent […]
Thursday, March 2, 7pm-10pm – Shawn & Nickâ€™s Courtyard Cafe, 2211 Wilton Dr. Wilton Manors, Fort Laudredale VITASÂ® Healthcare, the nationâ€™s leading provider of end-of-life care, is hosting an artistic forum for South Florida art and music lovers to come together and share stories, beliefs and fears about all aspects of death, grief, mourning, and bereavement. Local […]
Friday, April 12, 6pm-9pm – de la Cruz Collection, 23 NE 41 Street, Miami Design District Dana Schutz (b. 1976, Livonia, Michigan) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Schutz’s paintings depict darkly humorous narratives and hypothetical situations. Vibrant and tactile, Schutz’s oddly compelling images simultaneously engage the unique capabilities of the medium while conjuring a […]