Art & Culture

Savor Cuba in Miami

Grab a guayabera, let Jose guide you down Calle Ocho, and you’ll get more than a taste of Cuba. Between the rhythms of the neighborhood and Jose’s favorite haunts, he’ll

Appleton Museum of Art: Art Of The Robot

Appleton Museum of Art: Art Of The Robot

Showcased are 45 robots created by 16 artists expressing...

Florida Grand Opera: La Traviata

Florida Grand Opera: La Traviata

She was one of the most desirable women in...



Michael Potthast Captures Old Masters Classic Composition

Michael Potthast Captures Old Masters Classic Composition

February 13, 2013

Few honors are valued more than recognition of your work by your peers. One of the highest compliments that can be paid a professional photographer is to have his or

Annie Leibovitz Photo Exhibition at Norton Museum of Art

Annie Leibovitz Photo Exhibition at Norton Museum of Art

January 27, 2013

This exhibition runs from January 17, 2013 through June 9, 2013—features 39 iconic photographs the Museum acquired from the internationally-renowned photographer, and focuses on work that is direct, straightforward, and

Sandy Shaughnessy On the Future of “Culture Builds Florida”

Sandy Shaughnessy On the Future of “Culture Builds Florida”

January 23, 2013

 Sandy Shaughnessy, is the director of Florida’s Division of Cultural Affairs.   A&G – WHY CULTURE BUILDS FLORIDA? Culture Builds Florida was established as a campaign for the Division of

The Perfect Book for Dog Lovers!

The Perfect Book for Dog Lovers!

November 23, 2012

From Orlando native Allison Weiss Entrekin comes For the Love of Dogs, a brand-new book for pooch parents! Expressing the passion we feel for our pets, the book uses all 26

Jamaican Cultural Exchange in Miami

Jamaican Cultural Exchange in Miami

November 16, 2012

Performers of the Jamaican Folk Review Hundreds of festival-goers enjoyed, The Fifth Annual Downtown Miami Riverwalk Festival and Boat Parade- featuring, this year, a Jamaican Folk Festival that took place

The First Highwaymen Woman Artist – Mary Ann Carroll

The First Highwaymen Woman Artist – Mary Ann Carroll

September 30, 2012

Harold Newton stopped by one afternoon in 1959 and showed the then 16-year old Mary Ann Carroll how to mix three colors of oil paints.  These simple instructions of creating

Boca Raton Sports Immortals Museum

Boca Raton Sports Immortals Museum

July 3, 2012

Boca Raton Baseball Hall-of-Famer Christy Mathewson, who pitched three shutouts for the New York Giants during the 1905 World Series championship, stares out from an extremely rare, autographed photo. Jerseys

Florida at the Southernmost of the United States and Closest to the Caribbean

Florida at the Southernmost of the United States and Closest to the Caribbean

July 3, 2012

When Spanish seafarers returned from their voyages of exploration, they reported to the most secret room in Seville. There, 500 years ago, contours of a New World appeared on vellum

From Model Trains to Full-Size Dining Cars and Sleepers, a Unique Museum Beckons

From Model Trains to Full-Size Dining Cars and Sleepers, a Unique Museum Beckons

July 3, 2012

Toy trains have intrigued Ed Dice for as long as he can remember. In the beginning, it was a wooden train at his grandparents’ house. Later, there was his father’s

Visual Brilliance and Acoustic Excellence at Jacksonville’s Florida Theatre

Visual Brilliance and Acoustic Excellence at Jacksonville’s Florida Theatre

July 3, 2012

The historic venue, one of the state’s few remaining ‘atmospheric’ theaters, has endured the Great Depression and Elvis Presley’s rolling hips. By real estate standards, it’s an old, high-maintenance building