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  • En Residencia//In Little Havana

    En Residencia//In Little Havana

    • May 10, 2017 - Jul 7, 2017
    • TBA

    Open call to apply for En Residencia//In Little Havana, a Knight Arts Challenge winning artist-in-residency program designed to support Latino artists by providing space to develop ideas and produce work within the context of the Koubek Center and its surrounding neighborhood. Four artists will each receive a $6,000 commission for a new work created through En Residencia, public showcases of their work, priority use of Koubek Center spaces and more. Each artist will spend three months researching and planning their work in the community— forming relationships through fieldwork and activities such as volunteering and participating in community events, and another three months implementing and presenting their projects in a variety of formats which could include public art installations, performances, screenings and readings.

     
    More information: PDF
    To Apply:
      https://miamidade.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6Q2vzk3cSnUV7JX

     

  • Creative Writing Workshop III with Hernan Vera Alvarez: Auto-fiction (Writing the Self)

    Creative Writing Workshop III with Hernan Vera Alvarez: Auto-fiction (Writing the Self)

    • Jun 28, 2017 - Jul 26, 2017
    • Classroom 2

     Creative Writing Workshop III with Hernan Vera Alvarez: Auto-fiction (Writing the Self)

    We all have a personal story. Using different narrative techniques and renown works of literature, this workshop will get students to focus and grab from their own memories and experiences, and write literary texts with a unique and personal voice. Five-week workshop.

    Cost: $80 for five sessions. 

  • Teatro Prometeo and the Koubek Center present Doña Rosita, la soltera o El lenguaje de las flores

    Teatro Prometeo and the Koubek Center present Doña Rosita, la soltera o El lenguaje de las flores

    • Jul 14, 2017 - Jul 23, 2017
    • Koubek Theater

     A classic tale of love and longing from one of the most brilliant minds of Spanish theater. The final play written by Federico García Lorca asks—would you wait a lifetime for love?

    At the turn of the 19th century, a young woman from Granada sees her happiness interrupted when her fiancée must leave for America. Despite the distance, she waits for his unlikely return, becoming older and watching her dreams fade with time.   

    Directed by Gonzalo Rodríguez and starring Cristina Rebull, Vivian Ruíz, Alejandra Cossio, Pier Lendaro, Bruno Gatti, Grethel Ortíz, Florencia Loguzzo, Magyani Medina, Mariel Perez Corona, Shirley Álvarez, Patricia Vilá Trujillo, Rodolfo Jaspe y Jeffry Batista.

    Cost: $ 10.00 Students
              $ 25.00 General Admission


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