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David Schaecter: Spearheading the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach & the March of the Living

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DAVID SCHAECTER is one of the founders of the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach and of The March of the Living.
“I was born in Czechoslovakia in 1929 in a very small hamlet, In 1940, my father was taken to Auschwitz. A year later, they came for the rest of us.”

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Leticia Bajuyo: Interdisciplinary Artist, Educator

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Through her large-scale works, LETICIA BAJUYO engages audiences and connects with communities through her site-specific installations that involve community collections of media and memories. Bajuyo’s drawings, sculptures, and installations highlight the impact of cultural capital, assimilation, and desire. Her interest in unpacking value perceptions began with her autobiography growing up bi-racial on the border of Illinois and Kentucky

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Artist Sheila Elias

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SHEILA ELIAS: My work is about the layers of life and art history, seeking in it a connection between art aesthetics and social consciousness. American sensibilities have influenced my life, the hues of my country found in the colors of my art.

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Maryan at MOCA

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After a two-year pandemic pause, Miami’s City Theatre is finally celebrating its 25th anniversary in the best way possible, presenting a Summer Shorts festival that amply demonstrates the engaging allure of short-form comedies, plays and musicals.

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In Memoriam: Photographer Robert Zuckerman

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Will Smith calls him ‘Picasso.’ Jerry Bruckheimer, Denzel Washington and Michael Bay vie to have him on their film sets. Arnold Schwarzenegger introduced him to President Bill Clinton by saying, “This is ROBERT ZUCKERMAN, the best photographer I have ever worked with.”

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