Carlos Salas Exhibition

Latin America and the Global Imagination | 12.02.15 – 02.29.16

Carlos Salas has been engaged in a range of activities and initiatives in art-making and discoursing: painting, sculpting and writing to tackle head-on the sorry state of the human condition. His work is a site for exploration of the boundaries in which human subjectivity is located. For Salas, the canvas »

Acta Non Verba

The Art of Marielle Plaisir | Mar 24. – May 29, 2016

Marielle Plaisir’s work is structured around a keen sense of composition, the role of cultural hybridity, and the personality of the Caribbean. The work articulates a simplicity of forms that render her imagery alive, linking it to Caribbean aesthetics through several forms of plastic expression. View our Program Schedule!

Jazz at MOCA × Leesa Richards

Feb. 26 | 8pm

Friday, Feb 26th, 8pm  |  Free Rain or Shine!!!!   Singer-Songwriter Leesa Richards is a storyteller, a soulful voice offering a soundtrack to the narratives of life. Her sound taps into the deep roots of r&b, the poetry of jazz and folk and the energy of rock. Her debut solo »

Jan.7 – 23rd, 2016 | Thu–Sat 8pm Presented By The Basement Project  By Peter Sinn Nachtrieb “Sex to Change the Course of the World” — a grad student’s online personal ad lures a mysterious journalism student to his subterranean research lab under the pretense of an evening of  “no strings »

Jazz at MOCA × Brian Lynch

Jan. 29 | 8pm

Friday, Jan 29th, 8pm  |  Free Rain or Shine!!!! A vital force and emergent legend within both the hardcore straight ahead and Latin Jazz communities, Grammy© Award Winner Brian Lynch is as comfortable negotiating the complexities of clave with Afro-Caribbean pioneer Eddie Palmieri as he is swinging through advanced harmony with »

The Body: Baartman to Beyonce

Jan. 30 | 2pm | Instructor Dr. Dionne P. Stephens

The Body Baartman to Beyonce: Appealing/Appalling Buttocks in Contemporary Popular Culture Instructor: Dr. Dionne Stephens, Professor of Psychology, FIU   Dr. Stephens’ research examines socio-historical factors shaping minority populations sexual scripting and sexual health processes with an emphasis on gender and ethnic/ racial identity development. Her research is conducted through the Heath »

Identity Issues: Protest Art: (Re)constructing Spaces of Resistance

Jan. 23 | 2pm | Instructor Dr. Alessandra Rosa

Instructor: Dr. Alessandra Rosa, Sociocultural Anthropology, Puerto Rican Studies, Social Movements, National Identity, and Media at FIU Alessandra Rosa is a practicing sociocultural anthropologist and activist researcher. She focuses on social movements, education, national identity(ies), discourses, and how these intersect and are manifested through the media. As a transnational feminist scholar, »

Identity Issues: Feminist and Queer Art

Jan. 16 | 2pm | Instructor David Rohn

Artists that the lecture will cover and may be present for the lecture (including but not limited to): Instructor: David Rohn, Visual & Performance Artist David Rohn grew up in the NY suburbs, by turn New Jersey, Long Island and Connecticut, studied art and urbanism at Colgate and NYU, then »

Miami Art Week Photos

Installation Photos Photograher: @she.smiles (Instagram)     VIP Preview Photos Photographer: Daniel Bock Opening Reception Photos Photographer: Daniel Bock   A Video from VIP Night Videographer: CreationsUnlimited