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The MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAS (MoA) is one of the few art institutions in Florida to foster and promote both established and emerging contemporary artists of every origin. Located in the City of Doral (Miami-Dade County area), MoA serves as an important resource for artists, educators and the public. MoA provides a comprehensive exhibitions program of group and solo shows in different venues, as well as, Museum on Location a traveling exhibitions program held at international venues. Artists are provided with career counseling and referrals, while MoA serves as a place of first resort for arts professionals seeking information on the myriad array of fine artists in Miami-Dade. Through its diverse menu of programs and activities, the Museum provides an invaluable service to the artists in the region. Selections from MoA’s exhibitions have been shown in satellite locations, in local, national, and international venues. The Museum has been invited to participate in prestigious programs organized by other institutions. See more

The Patricia And Phillip Frost Art Museum: The mission of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University is to enrich and educate local, national and international audiences through the language of art by collecting, preserving, researching, interpreting and exhibiting art from diverse cultures throughout human history. The Frost Art Museum, located within a large urban institution, provides an exceptional resource for scholarly research and interdisciplinary collaboration, augmenting the university’s educational mission as both a local and global center of knowledge and culture. See More

Cremata Fine Art assists its clients in choosing works of art that are a perfect fit to their interests and collection,use of space and budget.The gallery also accepts works of art on consignment,from collectors that wish to sell them. This offers its clients the opportunity of acquiring very special works of art. Exhibitions are scheduled monthly,presenting either solo or group shows,including painting,sculpture and limited edition graphics. The artists that the gallery represents,under the curatorship of gallery director Raul Cremata,are a balance between established masters and younger emerging artists.

This offers the buyers a range of styles, media, sizes and prices. See More

Lowe Art Museum: The art museum of the University of Miami, is to serve the University, the Greater South Florida communities, and national and international visitors as a teaching and exhibiting resource through its permanent and borrowed collections.

  • Collects original, quality works of art primarily from Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas;
  • Exhibits and preserves the permanent collection according to the highest professional standards;
  • Researches the permanent collection and publishes new findings in exhibition catalogues and articles;
  • Organizes traveling exhibitions and loans of individual works from the permanent collection to expand knowledge and appreciation of art both regionally and nationally;
  • Enhances the appreciation of the permanent collection through borrowed and organized traveling exhibitions and loans of individual works; and
  • Supports, extends and enriches the mission of the University of Miami for students, faculty, scholars, residents, and visitors to South Florida to appreciate and more fully comprehend art and its history. See More

Perez Art Museum Miami: Pérez Art Museum Miami advances public knowledge and appreciation of art, architecture and design and enhances the cultural experience of the residents and visitors to South Florida. Pérez Art Museum Miami promotes artistic expression and the exchange of ideas reflecting the diversity of its community and its pivotal geographic location at the crossroads of the Americas.

The mission of PAMM is to exhibit, collect, preserve and interpret international art with a focus on the art of the Western Hemisphere from the World War II era to the present. To complement its mission and to provide a broader historical context, PAMM presents works of art outside of this time frame when appropriate.

Pérez Art Museum Miami is dedicated to education and scholarship. To this end, PAMM takes a variety of approaches, including publications and other materials, to interpret its collection and exhibitions for its many audiences. Pérez Art Museum Miami engages the community in lively exchange, fosters fresh ideas and conveys the excitement of the creative process. The Museum is a catalyst for the visual arts nationally and internationally. See More

Miami Lyric Opera: Miami Lyric Opera (MLO)is a Non Profit Organization created to produce traditional opera at accessible price and to provide opportunities to young talents as well experienced operati artists.

MLO began its activities in 2004. Is directed by its founder Tenor Raffaele Cardone. Since then year after year MLO has produced and presents more than 20 opera titles in more than 100 presentations in Miami Dade County and Broward.

In addition to its successful productions, MLO is proud to have formed and presented in opera for the first time, tenths of artists who moved on their career worldwide. See More

New Theatre: New Theatre is a multi-cultural theatre producing a season of Nouveau Classic works, blending classics and new works, which speak to and about a diverse contemporary audience by stimulating, provoking, challenging, and entertaining since 1986.

Entering our 25th Anniversary Season, our theatre has flourished under the energetic Artistic Direction of Ricky J. Martinez and Managing Director, Eileen Suarez refining its focus on works which speak of social/religious/humanistic interests, relevant issues of discrimination based on race, gender and sexual orientation, the immigrant’s plight, the role of youth in our community, and for stories from the heart and for the soul which celebrate the mosaic that makes up our South Florida community.

We embrace the voices of early and mid-career playwrights. Many talented artists would not have a forum for their work without our unflagging commitment to “new voices-new work.” We have commissioned and/or produced over fifty world premieres including Nilo Cruz’s 2003 Pulitzer Prize and Steinberg award-winning play Anna in the Tropics, Steinberg and Osborn award nominated Just A Kiss by Catherine Bush, recently published works such as Clarence Darrow’s Last Trial by Shirley Lauro, Elaine Romero’s Barrio Hollywood, and David Caudle’s Sunken Living Room. See More