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CULTURE GUIDE: OCTOBER 1ST – 15TH 2019
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SMDCAC Sessions ft. American Blues artist Albert Castiglia
Never content to allow himself to be conﬁned to any particular category, Castiglia embarked on a solo career that’s yielded nine critically acclaimed albums and kudos for his exceptional instrumental prowess, his searing vocals, and live performances that have dazzled audiences from coast to coast.
Writing a Novel with Recklessness & Rigor, w/ Moriel Rothman-Zecher
June 4th - July 9th | In order to create a new universe, i.e., a novel, a writer needs a sense of recklessness and wildness. But in order to make sense out of this universe, to understand its logics and rules, to work toward its essence, a writer needs a practice that includes rigor, care, and discipline. In this workshop, we will explore these two elements of novel-writing.
A Virtual Evening with Chanel Cleeton
Join us for a virtual evening with Chanel Cleeton, Author of 'The Last Grain to Key West.' Originally from Florida, Chanel Cleeton grew up on stories of her family's exodus from Cuba following the events of the Cuban Revolution.
MOAD’S I Remember Miami
ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS UNTIL 6/30 | The Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College invites everyone to take part in the great Spanish artist Dora García’s new public artwork I Remember Miami, a participatory work that invites the public to come together in a virtual collective space of memory and connection to celebrate the experience of living in our city. Produced by the people of Miami themselves, this work records intimate memories of a vital place temporarily stilled.
Miami Writers Institute Online
July 27th - 31st | The conference, which has moved fully online this year, features intensive writing workshops with bestselling authors, craft talks, a publishing seminar, and individual manuscript consultations with a literary agent. Writing workshops are all limited to 15 students each, to allow for individualized attention.
Inside the Wilzig Museum Building
How to Do Key West Like a Local
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