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MIAMI HAPPENINGS F I L M & A R T August 11-September 23 September 23-August 16, 2013 B Y H A N D T E E N MIAMI From books and prints to painting and installation, each Teen Miami is a three-year research and collections proj- artist initiates a dialogue with their work that brings view- ect documenting teen culture and life in Greater Miami ers in to touch, read, examine, and soak up details. Cu- from the 1930s to the present day. The project launched rated by Tom Virgin and featuring artists Jenny Brillhart, in 2010 when 21 Miami-Dade high school students were Rosemarie Chiarlone, Robin Griffiths, Hugo Moro, Lea selected to learn about museums, conduct an oral his¬ Nickless, Evan Robarts, Victoria Skinner and Tom Virgin. tory project on teen life and culture in the region and as¬ www.artcentersf.org sist in the creation of this exhibition. www.historymiami.org September 8 September 29-November 11 A L L F O R A C A U S E 101 D R E S S E S I N T E R N A T I O N A L A R T F E S T I V A L multicultural event featuring music, traditional folklore A solo exhibition celebrating Adriana Carvalho's work at dances, food, arts and crafts, and more. Witness an at- the culmination of her residency at the ArtCenter. She tempt to break the Guinness World record with the big¬ creates artwork out of passion and ideas from circum¬ gest puzzle of work of art. stances in daily life. The challenge for Adriana is working www.fairexpo.com with harsh items such as metal products and delicately transforming them into an artwork that represents her dreams, fears and social commentary. September 9-November 4 www.artcentersf.org U N N A T U R A L The works in the exhibition present scientific, romantic, October 4-9 conceptual, poetic, sensual and ecological conceptions of nature through a variety of strategies that reflect ad- ITALIAN F I L M F E S T I V A L vances in technology in the twenty-first century. The ex- This festival features screenings of 10 new Italian films. hibition questions conventional means and methods of Events also include an opening party at SET, a closing representing the natural world. dinner at Smith & Wollensky, after-parties every night in www.bassmuseum.org the Opium Group clubs, and much more. Held at various theaters throughout Miami Beach. www.cinemaitaly.com D A N C E , O P E R A & T H E A T E R September 8-October 7 October 4-October 21 R U I N E D I A M M Y O W N W I F E Winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Lucille Lortel and Obie Award for Best Play, Doug Wright's I Am My Own Wife is Awards. This probing work about the resilience of the the astonishing story of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a Berlin human spirit during times of war is a searing variation transvestite, who survived first the Nazis and then the on Brecht's Mother Courage, translated to a brothel in Communists—as a woman. the conflict-torn Congo. By Lynn Nottage, the author of www.arshtcenter.org Intimate Apparel, a GableStage hit in 2006. www.gablestage.org October 6-7 MIAMI L Y R I C O P E R A : B A R B E R October 3-24 O F S E V I L L E S O U T H F L O R I D A T H E A T R E Rossini's Barber has proven to be one of the greatest F E S T I V A L masterpieces of comedy within music, and has been de- Choose from an array of live theatre productions includ¬ scribed as the opera buffa of all opere buffe; even after ing drama, comedy, musicals and family-friendly plays. two hundred years, its popularity on the modern opera www.southfloridatheatre.com/festival.php stage attests to that greatness. Sung in Italian with Eng- lish projected titles. www.miamilyricopera.org 12 S E P T E M B E R / O C T O B E R 2012 S O U T H F L O R I D A L U X U R Y G U I D E . C O M


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