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Sacred Space Holder

BY RACHEL LEVY LMHC
@ VOL 33 ON APR 26, 2016

Rachel Levy, Scared Space Holder at The Sacred Space Miami, talks about the sacred space in relationships.  She is not only an Imago Relationship Therapist, but leader the free-form happening she calls Prayerdanse.

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Sacred Here and Now

BY ACHIM NOWAK
@ VOL 33 ON APR 26, 2016

Achim Nowak, Founder and President of Influens, not only talks about his sacred space but how to find it right in front of you.  He is the author of several books inspiring his readers to connect deeply and unleash the energetic leader within.

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Unmasking African Tribal Art

BY ASHLEY PEELER
@ VOL 33 ON APR 26, 2016

Ashley Peeler of Nomad Gallery talks about Europe's influence on Africa and vice versa, specifically in relation to tribal art.  She provides a couple of examples where Picasso and Matisse were influenced by shapes, figures, and lines found in African tribal art.

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Unearthing Florida's Archaeology

BY SARAH NOHE
@ VOL 33 ON APR 26, 2016

Sarah Nohe of the Florida Public Archaeology Network brings the state's artifacts from the Ice Age to life.  While excavting burial grounds and fresh water springs, acheologists found bones, fabric, and tools which tell the story of how humans and animals coexisted. 

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What is Sacred?

BY VERA DE CHALAMBERT
@ VOL 33 ON APR 26, 2016

Vera de Chalambert, a spiritual story teller and Harvard-educated scholar of Comparative Religion, talks about sacred in regards to the Divine Feminine.  In her presentation she references several world religions including Hinduisim and Christianity. She also teaches and writes about mindfulness in the modern world. 

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Art of Trend Spotting

BY JODY TURNER
@ VOL 4 ON DEC 03, 2009

Jody Turner of Culture of Future connects the dots between art, technology, and social innovation.  Leveraging her years of corporate experience, she now considers herself as a strategic innovation driver, ethnographic marketplace mapper, and ideator.

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Painting Party Animals

BY DANA D
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 13, 2016

Internationally recognized Miami-based artist Dana Donaty talks about her unique process in creating an intoxicating mix of monstrous party animals and humans on canvas.  Her unmistakeable satirical lexicon is a perfect collision of the grotesque, outlandish burlesque, psychological flirtation and a super charged palette that is like a party about to get thoroughly out of control.

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Getting into Character with David Rohn

BY DAVID ROHN
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 13, 2016

Miami-based visual and performance artist David Rohn talks about his portrait series in which he embodies the society's sterotypes.  He likes to bring attention to those who make society "work" yet are invisable.

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Analog is Not Obsolete

BY KEVIN ARROW
@ VOL 32 ON JAN 13, 2016

Miami-based artist Kevin Arrow talks about his new project Obsolete Media Miami (O.M.M.) which is a repository for 35mm slides, archival motion picture materials and other legacy media.  His enterprise functions as a research and preservation studio, a makerspace for analog media techniques and A/V club. It reaches media professionals, archivists, cultural producers and an engaged public with audiovisual presentations, lectures, performances, collaborations and workshops that showcase obsolete media materials in new contexts.

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Glass and Ceramics Come to Life

BY LOUISE IRVINE
@ VOL 31 ON AUG 26, 2015

Louise Irvine, Executive Director of the Wiener Museum of Decorative Arts (WMODA), talks about the new museum in the heart of Dania Beach, Florida. The museum's Staffordshire collection includes Wedgwood, Royal Doulton, Moorcroft and tells the artisan's stories of George Tinworth, Daisy Makeig-Jones and the Martin Brothers who brought the British ceramics to life.  Dale Chihuly and Ardmore Ceramic Art are also well represented at the musuem.

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Penned Impression: Caribbean Medicare Mafia

BY JAMES ANDERSON
IN MIAMI

James Anderson shares how Miami's crime scene has evolved over the years from the guns days of Al Capone to technology and Medicare.  James' undercover role led him to create his technology company Penned Impression

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Inflatable Art

BY ALEJANDRO MENDOZA
@ VOL 31 ON AUG 26, 2015

Alejandro Mendoza, a Miami-based artist with a passion for public art, talks about his inspiration for Giants in the City, a collection of 57 inflateable outdoor sculptures.  Alejandro launched his project in Mexico and has exhibited all over the world. 

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