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Miami Made Weekend to Showcase Local Artists

At the Carnival Studio Theater in the Adrienne Arsht Center, Here and Now will present the best of local South Florida artists.  From March 5-7, Miami Made Weekend will have new work and dialogue with local artists living and creating in their hometown of Miami.  

Industry professionals from the country's leading arts institutions will also be on hand.  Miami Made Weekend includes: 

-Here and Now Program A featuring Juraj Kojs and Rudi Goblen

-Here and Now Program B featuring Jillian Mayer and Rosie Herrera

-Incubator: Up and coming artists perform works in progress.

-Outloud: New play reading

-Talking Here and Now: Get involved!

-Panel Discussion with Industry Leaders

-Conversation with the Artists

Packages available now for just $40.00.  To order a package, call the box office at 305-949-6722.


  • Cora C 4 years ago

    The Adrienne Arst Center is amazing. I love the architecture, and I like the idea of this convention. Local artists can come and advertise themselves. Its a good way to inform our community about its talented residents.

  • Danielle R. 4 years ago

    The center sounds really cool and I hope to get to see all these amazing art pieces on person one day. I love how everyone can express themselves in so many different ways.

  • Michelle, p.6 4 years ago

    It would be great to see the talented people in our area performing. I hope I can come and see them have the chance to be on stage.

  • ashleym6 4 years ago

    it sounds really great to see talented people perfrom i would really like to see this


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