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Tanya Bravo & the Juggerknot Theatre

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TANYA BRAVO is the founder and Executive Artistic Director of Juggerknot Theatre Company, which she started in Miami in 1998. Bravo has produced over 50 shows. Most recently, she produced the critically acclaimed series “Miami Motel Stories” and “Wynwood Stories” written by playwright Juan C. Sanchez

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Playwright Juan C. Sanchez

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JUAN C. SANCHEZ is a Cuban-born playwright who’s been living in Miami since he was seven years old. His work includes the immersive productions of Miami Motel Stories: Little Havana directed by Tamilla Woodard; Miami Motel Stories: MiMo directed by Mia Rovegno; Wynwood Stories directed by Tai Thompson; and Miami Motel Stories: North Beach directed by Tai Thompson — all commissioned and produced by Juggerknot Theatre Company.

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Victor Deupi: Architect, Historian, Educator

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VICTOR DEUPI (b,1961) is a Cuban-American teacher of architectural history and theory, design, and representation at the University of Miami School of Architecture in Coral Gables. He received a Bachelor of Science in architecture from the University of Virginia, a Master of Architecture from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Girls Who Do Interiors

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GIRLS WHO DO INTERIORS (GWDI) was founded in 2020 by four Latinas, Daniela Purriños, Gabriella Moreira, Yaileen Obregon and Jennifer Perez, who are currently studying Interior Architecture at Florida International University. GWDI is a business entity through which the students seek to develop and service clients, showcase their lifestyle as students and business women, and collaborate with other like-minded creatives.

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Rosie Gordon-Wallace: Founder, Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator (DVCAI)

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ROSIE GORDON-WALLACE is a recognized curator, arts advocate, community leader and pioneer in advancing contemporary diaspora art. She founded the Diaspora Vibe Culture Arts Incubator (DVCAI) to serve as a local and global laboratory dedicated to promoting, nurturing, and cultivating the vision and diverse talents of emerging artists from the Caribbean Diaspora, artists of color, and immigrant artists.

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Cartoon Great Mischa Richter

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MISCHA RICHTER delighted readers of “The New Yorker” for a half century.  His magazine art — his preferred term, rather than cartoon — appeared in other magazines over the years as well, but he was best known as one of “The New Yorker’s” most prolific contributors. Starting in January 1942, the magazine published more than 1,500 of his creations. Their common traits were wit, craftsmanship and intellectual curiosity.

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