Internationally acclaimed independent filmmaker Vincent Moon is coming to Miami for an exclusive Florida visit. Join us on a three-day visual expedition and a filmmaker experience, around Little Haiti and Wynwood! It will be unforgettable, educational and inspiring.
This workshop is ideal for the indie solo filmmaker and music video director!
The New York Times stated in 2011 that French indie filmmaker Vincent Moon reinvented the music video. Filming in odd locations, with lo-fi gear, using a cinéma vérité one take style, Vincent stripped the performance to its raw, enigmatic core – just the performer, their music and the environment. He has worked with bands like Arcade Fire, the National, R.E.M., Beirut, Mogwai among others. Vincent has made several tour documentaries and designed an online video companion to the R.E.M.’s 2008 album “Accelerate.” Just when he became well known, he also became restless. He abandoned his life in Paris and has been on the road ever since. The music of South America and Haiti are among his latest fascinations. Vincent remains on the flipside of big Industry, he is an independent artist creating in the age of new technology, making all of his work free and open to the public under the creative commons license.
Limited to a small class. Bring your cameras, sound recorders or better yet, both.
Thursday, July 24th – 7:00PM to 10:00PM:
Vincent Moon retrospective and conversation @ The Screening Room
Saturday, July 26th – 11:00AM to 4:00PM:
Day 1 Workshop begins @ Little Haiti Cultural Center
*additional excursion included
Sunday, July 27th – noon to 5:00PM
Day 2 Workshop begins @ Sweat Records
*additional excursion included
Join us and Vincent Moon on this visual and sound adventure, learn how he explores his subjects and what are his methods of creating poetic musical explorations as a one man crew. Together with Vincent, discover Miami based bands and musicians and create your own visual pieces in the process.
This popup workshop is brought to you by Indie Film Club Miami’s Filmgate Interactive, with the generous support of the French Embassy Cultural Services, the Betsy South Beach, The Screening Room and Sweat Records. We thank the Knight Foundation, the Miami Dade Cultural Affairs Offices and the Miami Beach Visitors Authority for making Filmgate Interactive possible.
Animal Collective were formed in Baltimore County, Maryland, by longtime friends and musical collaborators Avey Tare (David Portner), Panda Bear (Noah Lennox), Deakin (Josh Dibb), and Geologist (Brian Weitz). With a penchant for genre-hopping and studio experimentation, the group began drawing comparisons to everyone from the Residents and the Flaming Lips to the Incredible String Band and the Holy Modal Rounders. Solo and side projects proved to be a continual occupation for most of the group’s members, particularly Panda Bear (Young Prayer, Person Pitch) and Avey Tare (Pullhair Rubeye), but Animal Collective proved to be the most successful of all the musicians’ ventures.
About BABA ISRAEL
Raised in New York by theatre parents who were core members of the famous Living Theatre, Baba Israel had proximity to theatre on the edge from early in his life. As a young artist he began exploring spoken word, Hip Hop, and experimental performance. Later he lived in Australia where he co-founded the group Meta Bass \’n Breath and worked on major community theatre projects, Hip Hop festivals. He has toured as MC, beatboxer, and theatre artist across North and South America, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia.
We live in a time of gentrification, over stimulation, and endless information. How do we curate our own archives? Who are the mentors, muses, and family that we want to honor, preserve, or better yet be transformed by?
My earliest years were spent with experimental and political ensemble, the Living Theatre. My parents were core members of the company and then made the decision not to raise me on the road. My father, Steve Ben Israel, became a solo artist bringing together his experience as a jazz musician, theatre performer, and stand up comic. His work evolved into what he called “performance life”. He would develop material at parties, in conversations, on the corner, and utilize his creative impulses in the everyday venues of parks, post offices, subways, and taxis. He found his stories, his jokes, and his humor in these lived experiences and brought them to the stage. He was searching for and creating Utopian moments, moments of transformation, of resistance and collective resilience.
My own process and philosophy has been greatly influenced by his approach. I learned early that an interdisciplinary approach could transform how we create work. My work is also influenced by the Hip Hop aesthetics of sampling and remixing. In the LIVE ARTS LAB we will explore personal narrative and how we bring our lives on stage. We will look at how we can consciously bring our deeper artistic impulses out into the world and how that can influence and generate the content of our work. We will explore writing, spoken word, verse, as well as creating text through improvisation, recording, and collaboration.
We will explore how we can sample and remix archive material to animate and dialogue with the past. We will explore how technology can aid us in this process and how to best integrate it into our work.
Tuesday, August 5th 6-9pm
Thursday, August 7th 6-9pm
Saturday, August 9th 10am-2pm
Sunday, August 10th 10am-2pm
Tuesday, August 12th 6-9pm
Thursday, August 14th 6-9pm
Saturday, August 16th 10am-2pm
Sunday, August 17th 10am-2pm
Tuesday, August 19th 6-9pm
Wednesday, August 20th 6-9pm
Thursday, August 21st 6-9pm
Saturday, August 23rd 10am-2pm
Tuesday, August 26th 6-9pm
Wednesday, August 27th 6-9pm
Thursday, August 28th 5-8pm **final showing
Saturday, August 30th 10am-2pm
The fee for the Live Arts Lab is $350. This can be paid by cash, check or credit card. To pay in person, please call our office at 305-237-3010 to make arrangements. Checks may be mailed to our office at MDC Live Arts, 300 NE Second Avenue, Miami, FL 33132.
A few work study opportunities are available for the 2014 Live Arts Lab. This arrangement provides for 50% reduction on the Lab fee ($175) in exchange for 15 hours of help to MDC Live Arts throughout the 2014-2015 season. Projects work study participants will work on include ushering and office work. To be considered for a work study position, please additionally attach a statement of need and a copy of the first page of your most recent tax return.
Limited need-based full scholarships are available. To be considered for a scholarship, please additionally attach a statement of need and a copy of the first page of your most recent tax return.</span>
350 South Florida a chapter of 350.org wants to send as many people as we can to the Climate March in New York City on Sept. 21. To do that we need to raise as much money as we can for airfare and other expenses.
Emerge Miami co-presents an evening of nerdy fun (now every third Tuesday of the month). We’ve amassed a huge pile of all sorts of games for all to play including Scrabble, Boggle, Jenga, Apples to Apples, Chess, Trivial Pursuit and more. Show off your skills! Make new friends! All-ages + free!
Llamabeats is proud to present George Spits and his full length LP Hoodlum. A huge collaborative production put together by Llamabeats themselves and several special guest producers and musicians from ¡Mayday!, The Pushers, Slightly Stoopid, The BenchWarmers Clique and Jewbei.
On Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 from 7pm to 11pm, Guitars Over Guns will host a benefit concert to help support our mission of providing Miami’s underprivileged students a powerful alternative to the gang recruitment, drugs, and violence faced by at-risk youth.
Roxanna Vargas of NBC 6 South Florida will host the music filled event. Jencarlos Canela will make a special appearance along with some of Miami’s most coveted bands, Suénalo, and The Spam Allstars, and students of the Guitars Over Guns program.
Guitars Over Guns will also host a silent auction of unique gift packages and donated items from partners. The auction will include a fine art exhibition featuring Internationally renowned artist, LEBO Alex Mijares, Krave, Bhakti Baxter and Eva Ruiz. LEBO will also be auctioning off a painting he creates specially for the event.
All proceeds will benefit Guitars Over Guns Organization and provide structured after- school programs designed to reduce drop-out rates and empower at-risk youth through mentoring, instrument training, music instruction, and performance opportunities.
On Wednesday, September 3rd, the Miami Beach Convention Center will welcome carnival-goers to celebrate the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce’s INcard program 5thyear anniversary. Hundreds of consumers and about 100 vendors are expected to pack the convention center to celebrate this momentous occasion for the program, which is sponsored by City National Bank. Party goers will be able to sample delicacies from restaurants, participate in fun carnival games, receive coupons for services, walk away with high end raffle prizes and entertained by DJ Jeff Greene, from 84 West Studios.
Erasure (Vince Clarke and Andy Bell) have announced details of a brand new album, The Violet Flame, out on September 23, 2014 with a worldwide tour this Autumn. Erasure (Vince Clarke and Andy Bell) have announced details of a brand new album, The Violet Flame, out on September 23, 2014 with a worldwide tour this Autumn.
Simon Green, AKA Bonobo, is an artist very much at the peak of his powers. His 2013 album ‘The North Borders’ was the high watermark of his career to date: a masterful record, marrying Green’s inimitable melodic genius to cutting edge electronics, bass and drums.
An artist that constantly pushes himself outside of his musical comfort zone, Bonobo’s ranging personal tastes and regularly expanding range of synthesizers and instruments continue to take his productions to new levels. This outlook has earned him a reputation as one of the most pioneering figures in electronic music, in both his solo DJ sets and 12-piece live band shows.
Kastle’s forward-thinking music results from his long-time love of hip-hop and R&B, fused with the magnetizing effect that dubstep, garage and bass-heavy music has had on him. Last year, his track “Stay Forever” from the eponymous EP reached the iTunes Top 10 Best Electronic Songs of 2012, and he embarked on his highly successful ‘Stay Forever’ tour across North America, and into Australia and NewZealand.
Get ready for an audiovisual extravaganza courteous of The Australian Pink Floyd Show. Featuring a million dollar light show, multiple inflatables and stunning laser effects, all coupled with note perfect renditions of Pink Floyd’s biggest hits. This show already seen by 4 million people is simply the best.
Foster The People continue to tour the world in support of their sophomore album Supermodel and have added additional U.S. tour dates this fall, crossing the country with stops in major cities including two nights in New York City and a stop at Los Angeles’ famed Shrine Auditorium. They come to the intimate Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theatre on Thursday, October 16th / 8PM.
Date for this event is two nights. October 17 – 18. Come join us as we gathered for this 2nd annual of the Black kvlt fest 2014. This time we support USBM and giving you a better, bigger underground black metal fest that Black kvlt production has to offer. We will have 20 bands. Each 10 bands on both nights with 2 stages inside and out of Churchills pub. Come be part …as we make black metal history again in Miami, FL.
This year Featuring headline: Thy Antichrist (Colombia/Texas) & Vesterian (California)
plus many more. 18+
Additional Acts for Friday, October 17, 2014
Caribou, aka Dan Snaith, has announced the follow up LP to 2010′s Swim. It’s called Our Love, and it’s out October 7 via Merge. It features collaborations with Jessy Lanza and Owen Pallett, the latter of whom Snaith recently collaborated with under his Daphni moniker. He’s also shared the audio for “Can’t Do Without You” on his Soundcloud. Additionally, Caribou will begin a world tour later this month. Lanza will support on the Miami date.
Explore the longest running map fair in the United States and celebrate 75 Years of HistoryMiami! Discover, peruse and purchase antique maps, rare books, panoramas and atlases from some of the finest map dealers in the world. Learn about cartography through a series of lectures by experts in the field like Jacqueline V. Nolan, Richard H. Brown and William B. Ginsberg and enjoy special events held throughout the weekend. Learn about the future of cartography with interactive, geospatial GIS demonstrations presented by the Maps & Imagery User Services at the GIS-RS Center of Florida International University. Fair sponsors include BrandsMart U.S.A., Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, and Florida International University.
Daily admission to the fair is $15 for members, $20 for non-members, and $10 for university students with ID. Includes admission to Dealers Marketplace, expert opinion, lectures, and GIS demonstrations. Weekend admission to the fair is $65 for HistoryMiami members and $75 for non-members and includes daily admission to the Dealers Marketplace, expert opinion, Private VIP Preview & receptions, lunch each day, lectures, GIS demonstrations and private tour of the HistoryMIami Archives & Research Center. Optional historic city tours, cocktails and dinner are available to weekend registrants.