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FUNDarte presents its annual declaration of the arts - Miami
On Stage 2013, April 18-20. The cleverly curated weekend features new, hybrid
music and art installations from Miami-based performers. The venue? Miami’s new
vortex for homegrown performance visionaries: the On.Stage Black.Box at
Miami-Dade County Auditorium
This year's showcase features Miami’s current crop of
outstanding Latino musicians leading the hybrid-music pack.
With their all-original new work, each is known for colliding their traditional
ethnic roots with mainstream pop influences: singer Leslie Cartaya, percussionist
Alfredo Chacón and rapero Mr. Haka.
The weekend happening also includes a visual arts component from multimedia
artist Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez. She takes Miami On Stage’s eclectic
energies and wraps them all up into a bow with one of her thought-provoking
visual installations, "mujer_city-MIA.” Her new experiential film creation
confronts topical women’s issues and tackles thorny sexual stereotypes by
weaving itself invasively throughout the theater’s common areas (and into
Celebrating its fourth year, Miami On Stage provides a catalyst for Miami
artists to present original work at a critical point often neglected by the
local performance-series circuit - the jumping-off place just beyond the
premiere and commissioning stages. This creates a much-needed platform for new
performances to reach a wider range of audiences during the three-night
Celebrating its tenth anniversary as one of Miami’s
leading cultural institutions, FUNDarte is funded in part by the Miami-Dade
County Cultural Affairs Council, by the City of Miami Beach, by the Knight
Foundation for the Arts, by The Miami Foundation, and by South Arts.
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