Posted by | October 20, 2020
Art Basel Miami Beach 2019: What to Do and See

Installation from Natasha Tomchin x Olivia Steele at the Nautilus by Arlo. A breakdown of the buzziest art installations and happenings around Miami during the week.Tech in TownBig Tech is getting in...

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Posted by | October 20, 2020
Green Light

Art in the AnthropoceneBy Tom OsborneMalcolm Warner and his talented staff have given Lagunans and out-of-towners another Art & Nature extravaganza. This may not be a university town like Irvine...

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Posted by | October 20, 2020
‘Ready to Launch’ into a Homecoming like no other

The Homecoming Executive Committee brings the University community together for an out-of-this-world Homecoming week with beloved traditions and exciting changes. A week full of spirit, friendly competition and ’Canes pride can...

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Posted by | October 20, 2020
Business schools urged to practice what they preach on sustainability goals

Miami Herbert Business School's shift to a more sustainable campus includes a 'Planting for Future Earth' week LINK TO ORIGINAL ARTICLE: https://www.ft.com/content/004906f6-e444-11e9-b112-9624ec9edc59

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Posted by | October 20, 2020
The Art of Fighting Climate Change

  A warming planet is triggering extreme weather patterns, rising sea levels, and loss of wildlife habitats. An American art exhibit is delving into the effects of climate change, which...

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Posted by | October 20, 2020
Should public money go to private schools? Only with proper oversight, Influencers say

http:// Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis came to a Seventh-day Adventist school in Miami Gardens to sign a bill into law creating 18,000 publicly funded vouchers for low-income families to send...

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Posted by | October 20, 2020
¿Deben usarse fondos públicos para escuelas privadas? Solamente con la debida supervisión, dicen los Influyentes

Reunidos en una escuela religiosa de Miami Gardens, padres, líderes religiosos, legisladores y numerosos escolares gritaron de entusiasmo. “¡Lo logramos!”, dijo el gobernador Ron DeSantis, mientras firmaba el proyecto de...

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Posted by | October 20, 2020
Trump tweets, #MeToo scandal at Fort Lauderdale political art show ‘Ripped From the Headlines’

Five papier-mache mannequins – four women and one schoolgirl, with cloth gags tied around their mouths – sit on dining chairs at the entrance to the FAT Village Projects warehouse...

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Posted by | August 5, 2020
Artist captures the voices of the pandemic in real time

Main | < | 2020 Xavier Cortada leads the Miami Corona Project, an art program presented as part of the University of Miami COVID-19 Rapid Response that records and addresses the impact of...

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Posted by | August 5, 2020
Planting for the future… mangroves at Pinecrest Gardens

Main | < | 2020 BY ALANA PEREZ (AUG. 3 2020) - Eco-Art is at the very core of our cultural fiber and artist in residence, Xavier Cortada, leads the charge.Visit the county’s...

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