Posts tagged with: "The Wolfsonian-FIU"

Two decades later, Wolfsonian-FIU a singular reflection of modern history—and its founder

Two decades later, Wolfsonian-FIU a singular reflection of modern history—and its founder

Someone with a keen eye, an exhaustive knowledge of world history and the means to purchase pretty much whatever he […]

March 2017 in photos: Match Day, prosthetics and beating Miami

March 2017 in photos: Match Day, prosthetics and beating Miami

The madness of March has come to a close and we are one step closer to the end of the […]

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5 questions for The Wolfsonian-FIU director

5 questions for The Wolfsonian-FIU director

Tim Rodgers has had a special place in his heart for The Wolfsonian-FIU ever since its Journal of Decorative and […]

High schoolers create ‘zines for progress’ with Wolfsonian–FIU

High schoolers create ‘zines for progress’ with Wolfsonian–FIU

Students from eight local high schools are finding their voices on social issues and expressing their creativity through the Wolfsonian–FIU’s […]

November 2016 in photos: TEDxFIU, Walk on Water, Thanksgiving

November 2016 in photos: TEDxFIU, Walk on Water, Thanksgiving

The fall semester is almost over and November has been an exciting month at FIU. Between all the Thanksgiving festivities, […]

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Modern-age spirituality at the heart of Wolfsonian’s upcoming exhibit

Modern-age spirituality at the heart of Wolfsonian’s upcoming exhibit

This October, The Wolfsonian–FIU examines cultural responses to spiritual crises of the modern age in The Pursuit of Abstraction, an exhibition of […]

Cuban Allure, American Seduction exhibit to open at Wolfsonian-FIU

Cuban Allure, American Seduction exhibit to open at Wolfsonian-FIU

On the heels of renewed diplomatic relations and travel between the United States and Cuba, The Wolfsonian–FIU will explore images […]

Above, the Sensoji Temple in Tokyo's Asakusa district. It is the oldest temple in Tokyo. Institute participants will study the avant-garde and arts counterculture of Asakusa and Shinjuku, one of the 23 city wards of Tokyo.

Asian Studies to host National Endowment for the Humanities summit

FIU will host a summer institute exploring the literary, religious and philosophical movements that have contributed to the construction of […]

FIU in the Next Gen: Partnerships

FIU in the Next Gen: Partnerships

How will FIU deepen its relationship with community leaders to solve problems and bring greater opportunity to students? In the […]

Aerial view of Ocean Drive between Fifth and Seventh Streets in 1960s.

History students digitize photos, memorabilia from Miami Beach

In one black and white photo, Lincoln Road is depicted as a tangled mass of trees and swamp. No sign […]

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Timothy Rodgers appointed as new director of The Wolfsonian-FIU

Timothy Rodgers appointed as new director of The Wolfsonian-FIU

Timothy Rodgers has been named director of The Wolfsonian-FIU. Rodgers comes to FIU from Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA). […]

In 1914, a Miami Beach gala attracted more than 200 of the city’s elite, all dressed in costumes representing the many nations allied against Germany in the First World War.

Wolfsonian–FIU invites you to participate in #GreatWarStories

  Inspired by the current exhibition Myth and Machine: The First World War in Visual Culture, The Wolfsonian–FIU has created the #GreatWarStories […]

FIU's Miami Beach Urban Studios is collaborating with Miami Beach on the city's centennial.

FIU partners with Miami Beach on centennial, sea level rise and more

The City of Miami Beach is throwing a year-long birthday bash and FIU is getting in on the party. As […]

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Annik Adey-Babinski plays one of her poetry karaoke videos at the first O, Miami Poetry Karaoke Night in April 2014.

Creative writing student earns best new poet accolade

FIU graduate student Annik Adey-Babinski is living her dream of studying and writing poetry in a serious way. Currently pursuing […]

How WWI impacts our geopolitical realities today

How WWI impacts our geopolitical realities today

On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire was shot dead by Gavilo Princip, […]