The TM Sisters present this performance art piece at the Locust Projects in Wynwood.
Four Miamians share memories from the original Woodstock festival in 1969.
A celebration of the original Woodstock Music and Arts Festival, held in Bethel, N.Y., in mid-August, 1969.
Photos from the book Miami Graffiti.
Hialeah choreographer Rosie Herrera brings a unique South Florida mix to the prestigious American Dance Festival
Summer shows at the Miami-Dade Library and Art and Culture Center of Hollywood feature dogs as subjects (and in one case, artist)
ArtCenter/South Florida's exhibition features movie poster artwork influenced by the 'blaxsploitation' film genre that recasts iconic African Americans as action heroes.
Artist Margarita Cano recently received The Cintas Foundation's 2009 Lifetime Service Award for her work and support promoting the arts in South Florida.
An Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, and Photographs from the Collections of Gordon Locksley + George T. Shea and Francie Bishop Good + David Horovitz
The must-have hairstyle that's turning heads: boy bangs.
A new book spotlights 'The Highwaymen,' a group of black folk artists named for the distinctive paintings they created and sold along Florida's roadsides from the 1950s to 1980s.
Works by Miami-based artist Bert Rodriguez
A look back at the First Lady's many looks, from the campaign trail to the White House.