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Film director Camilo Vila with El Nuevo Herald Deputy Editor Gloria Leal and artist Demi Rodriguez in front of a work of art by Carlos Alfonzo.
ArtesMiami and its President continue to support the creation of the new Miami Art Museum (MAM). As a Trustee of MAM, Dr. Levitan atten
ArtesMiami supports the España-Florida Foundation, which is celebrating the heritage and presence of Spain in Florida, culminating in
The Commission of the NMAL appear in the photo with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar on the Fifth of May, 2011. Aida Levitan, President
The award recipient--writer and journalist Luis de la Paz, Dr. Aida Levitan, President of ArtesMiami; Ambassador Cristina Barrios, Consul Gen
ArtesMiami supported the Miami Art Museum by inviting hundreds of VIPs to contribute $150 per person and to participate in the Miami Art Museum (MA
Traveling Poet Rodrigo de la Luz has visited several schools and universities in South Florida to read his poetry and to encourage students to use
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The El Nuevo Herald article by Sarah Moreno, in Spanish, discusses the Los Teatrinos exhibition by artist Rodrigo de la Luz in Cremata Gallery in Little Havana. She points out that the works of art are inspired by the Teatrinos--a type of art that originated in England at the beginning of the XIX century, which De la Luz used to rescue objects that people threw away and that could acquire their own artistic life.
Versailles Restaurant celebrated its 40th anniversary with a big bash. Gov. Rick Scott, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, county and city commissioners, a former congressman, public officials and celebrities attended the VIP event July 12 hosted by Felipe Valls, Sr., founder of the world-renowned restaurant. So many prominent leaders paid tribute to this Cuban-American patriarch and his family because Versailles is a symbol of Cuban-American culture, a tourism and political destination and living proof of what hard work, vision and sheer guts can generate in a free society.
The article summarizes the presentation of the Lydia Cabrera Award to Luis de la Paz, his accomplishments and describes ArtesMiami and the words of gratitude from de la Paz at the event. A photo of the presentation is included.
MIAMI, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Editorial Ultramar, the Miami-based publishing division of the non-profit Hispanic Events, Inc., will launch "La Ciudad de la Unidad Posible, Seleccion Poetica de Miami" ("The City of Possible Unity, A Collection of Miami Poetry"), a book featuring more than 100 Spanish-language poems by 32 Hispanic writers. The editor and publisher, Dr. Aida Levitan, will present the book during the Miami Book Fair International at 4 p.m. on November 8th, Room 2106, Miami Dade College, 300 NE Second Avenue, Miami. Dr. Carlos Rojas -- winner of Spain's Premio Planeta, Premio Nadal, and the National Literary Award -- will speak at the event since he is the author of the book's preface.
ArtesMiami, a non-profit organization dedicated to the cultural development of Miami, will present the second Lydia Cabrera Award to journalist and writer Luis de la Paz, on April 9, during a reception at the residence of the president, Aida Levitan. The Rotary Club of Miami-Granada sponsors the presentation, under the leadership of president Octavio Ramos.