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Holocaust Awareness Week

Posted by on Jan 28, 2022 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts | Comments Off on Holocaust Awareness Week

Holocaust Awareness Week

For HOLOCAUST AWARENESS WEEK, 2022, we have curated a group of video interviews from the Inspicio Arts archives with prominent Jewish writers, artists, museum and film festival directors,  who are connected to the Miami and South Florida areas.

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The ABCs of Paradise Found

Posted by on Jan 15, 2022 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Visual Arts | Comments Off on The ABCs of Paradise Found

The ABCs of Paradise Found

The ABCs of Paradise Found is a stunning book by author / journalist KAREN AMANDA TOULON, and her husband, artist / illustrator ERIC RHINEHART (Published by Wordeee, COO PATRICE SAMARA). The book and Rhinehart’s watercolors will be exhibited at ANTHONY LIGGINS’ GALLERY 88, 237 20th St C, Miami Beach, FL – opening reception on January 22, 2022, 6-9 PM.

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The Multi-Faceted Aurin Squire, Playwright for “A Wonderful World”

Posted by on Dec 6, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts | Comments Off on The Multi-Faceted Aurin Squire, Playwright for “A Wonderful World”

The Multi-Faceted Aurin Squire, Playwright for “A Wonderful World”

AURIN SQUIRE is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and reporter. He is a recipient of the 2014 Lecomte du Nouy Prize from Lincoln Center and the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwright Fellowship at The Juilliard School. His new play, “A WONDERFUL WORLD,” premiered at the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach in December, 2021.

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Charles Blow: NYT, BNC, and “The Devil You Know”

Posted by on Nov 11, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts | Comments Off on Charles Blow: NYT, BNC, and “The Devil You Know”

Charles Blow: NYT, BNC, and “The Devil You Know”

CHARLES M. BLOW has been a New York Times Opinion columnist since 2008. His column appears on Monday and Thursday. Mr. Blow joined The New York Times in 1994 as a graphics editor and quickly became the paper’s graphics director, a position he held for nine years. He is the author of “The Devil You Know” and “Fire Shut Up in My Bones.” In May, 2021, “Prime with Charles Blow” premiered on the Black News Channel (BNC).

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Author Barbara Mailer Wasserman & “Love of My Life”

Posted by on Oct 24, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts | Comments Off on Author Barbara Mailer Wasserman & “Love of My Life”

Author Barbara Mailer Wasserman & “Love of My Life”

Before retiring, BARBARA MAILER WASSERMAN worked as a researcher on television documentaries and an editor in publishing.  A graduate of Radcliffe College, she’s lived in Greenwich Village for the past sixty-five years. Her brother, author Norman Mailer, became one of the 20th Century’s most celebrated and controversial literary figures.  Her new memoir, “Love of My Life,” was published by Arbitrary Press in 2021.

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Sandy Sheehy: “Imperiled Reef”

Posted by on Oct 22, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts | Comments Off on Sandy Sheehy: “Imperiled Reef”

Sandy Sheehy:  “Imperiled Reef”

Author and journalist SANDY SHEEHY has written frequently on human relationships and the natural environment. She is the author of Texas Big Rich, a group portrait of the state’s financially fortunate, and Connecting: The Enduring Power of Female Friendship. Her first novel, Deserts of the Heart, is a multicultural historical romance set in 1798 near Santa Fe. Her third nonfiction book, Imperiled Reef: The Fascinating, Fragile Life of a Caribbean Wonder. “Drifting weightless above a coral head is the closest those of us alive today will ever come to visiting another planet,” she explains.

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Hank Phillippi Ryan: Earning Emmys and Agathas

Posted by on Oct 21, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts | Comments Off on Hank Phillippi Ryan: Earning Emmys and Agathas

Hank Phillippi Ryan: Earning Emmys and Agathas

HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN has been honored with more than 50 prestigious awards from news organizations all over the world including 37 EMMYs and 14 Edward R. Murrow Awards. Ryan is also the USA Today bestselling author of 13 psychological thrillers, winning the genre’s most prestigious awards: five Agathas, four Anthonys, and the coveted Mary Higgins Clark Award.

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Richard Saul Wurman: Architect of Ideas

Posted by on Sep 26, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Visual Arts | Comments Off on Richard Saul Wurman: Architect of Ideas

Richard Saul Wurman:   Architect of Ideas

RICHARD SAUL WURMAN created and chaired the TED conference from 1984 thru 2002 and the TEDMED conference from 1995 to 2010. He has written, designed, and published 90 books on wildly divergent topics. Wurman also reimagined the concept of guidebooks and information architecture.

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.Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.

Posted by on Sep 15, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts | Comments Off on .Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.

.Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.

In celebration of HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, 2021, we have curated a group of video interviews from the Inspicio Arts archives with prominent Hispanics in the arts, who are connected to the Miami and South Florida areas.

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Author Nicholas Griffin: From Ping Pong to Jai Alai

Posted by on Aug 29, 2021 in Interviews, Literary Arts | Comments Off on Author Nicholas Griffin: From Ping Pong to Jai Alai

Author Nicholas Griffin:  From Ping Pong to Jai Alai

NICHOLAS GRIFFIN:  “I was born in London, left when I was 18, spent the next twenty years in New York and moved to Miami in the summer of 2013. I’ve written for newspapers, magazines, film and TV folks. But books, well, I like the books the best. I’ve got an English father, an American mother, a Venezuelan wife, a surfing son, a skateboarding daughter and a very old dog from New Jersey.”

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