Arts & Culture

‘Catherine’s Wheel’ to debut at FIU this weekend

‘Catherine’s Wheel’ to debut at FIU this weekend

FIU’s summer Alternative Theatre Festival is in full swing. This week, Thursday through Saturday, Catherine’s Wheel continues at the Wertheim Performing […]

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Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU cooks up recipe contest

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU cooks up recipe contest

Amateur cooks with original recipes for gefilte fish, homemade pickles or rugelach have a chance to test their culinary prowess […]

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Frost to exhibit Cuban and Chinese artists

Frost to exhibit Cuban and Chinese artists

The Frost Art Museum brings the work of internationally renowned contemporary artists to its galleries this summer — among them […]

From vision to reality, interior architecture alumna shares creative process

From vision to reality, interior architecture alumna shares creative process

From South Beach and Singapore to Moscow and Mumbai, FIU alumna Ruby Ramirez has worked on interior architecture projects for […]

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Theatre alumnus’ play to compete at national championship

Theatre alumnus’ play to compete at national championship

FIU theatre alumnus Juan P. Espinosa’s original play beat out the likes of Tennessee Williams and John Steinbeck to earn his […]

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Artists explore identity at “Bend”

Artists explore identity at “Bend”

On a Thursday evening in late May, more than 100 people gathered to witness the opening of the 2nd annual […]

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Frost Art Museum to open two summer exhibitions

Frost Art Museum to open two summer exhibitions

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum will open two exhibitions – one featuring the mystical and emotional impressions of a […]

Summer read: Alumna’s novel will take you back in time

Summer read: Alumna’s novel will take you back in time

Let us give credit to the muse. No doubt, the combination of a magnificent imagination and 21st-century pragmatism helped FIU […]

Wall of Wind takes national stage in disaster mitigation

Wall of Wind takes national stage in disaster mitigation

Florida International University’s one-of-a-kind hurricane simulator, the 12-fan Wall of Wind (WoW), takes the national stage this week as a special, interactive […]

Exhibits from two renowned international artists featured at The Frost

Exhibits from two renowned international artists featured at The Frost

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum is celebrating Haitian Heritage Month with an exhibition featuring the works of Haitian […]

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Campbell McGrath

Creative writing professor judges 2014 Pulitzer Prize for poetry

Philip and Patricia Frost Professor of Creative Writing. Guggenheim fellow. MacArthur “Genius.” FIU’s Campbell McGrath can now add Pulitzer Prize […]

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Through a lens brightly: Photographer Noelle Theard

Through a lens brightly: Photographer Noelle Theard

Noelle Theard MA ’10 is a photographer and an educator. Born in El Paso, Texas, to a French mother and […]

Earth Day art exhibit on Green Lake

Earth Day art exhibit on Green Lake

In recognition of International Earth Day, local artists were invited by the Honors College to creatively transform foam cubes into […]

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Rendering of Miami River building, to be completed Spring 2015

Honors College students’ mural to be displayed on new Miami River building

The Honors College is joining forces with developer Alex Mantecon, an FIU Honors alumnus and member of its Community Advisory […]

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Denise Duhamel, professor in the FIU Creative Writing Program in the Department of English

Duhamel becomes third creative writing professor to earn Guggenheim Fellowship

FIU creative writing professor Denise Duhamel has been named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow. Duhamel is one of 178 scholars, artists […]

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