27 Jul

S.O.L. FETE MIAMI-SUMMER OF LOVE FEST DEBUTS AT BAYFRONT PARK

        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, July 18, 2018      Media Contacts: Natasha Wright  |305-791-6166 | natasha@muce305.org Kechi Okpala | 718-213-1702 | kechthis@gmail.com     S.O.L. FETE MIAMI-SUMMER OF LOVE FEST DEBUTS AT BAYFRONT PARK presented by Miami DDA, MUCE, Love/Hate Classic Sundays, Kech This Inc. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4TH, 2018 | 11AM -6PM

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11 Jul

MUCE Call To Artist – Ode To Hip Hop Art Fair

More about the festival: The fourth annual Now Or Neverland: Ode to Hip-Hop Art Festival during Art Basel weekend is hosted by MUCE. The fair includes an opening & closing reception, live performances, fashion, artist talks, and merchandising space for exhibiting artist. Dates and Deadlines Submission Deadline: September 2, 2018 Notification Date: Friday, October 7,

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23 May

5 Ways to Monetize Your Creativity as a Visual Artist

The world is waking up to the power of creativity and how that can transform industries, cities and the economy.  There are many organizations that are now committed to utilizing their resources to create a thriving creative economy here in South Florida and around the country. However, a prevailing adage still persist about “the starving

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14 Dec

Another Successful Year At The 2017 SOFLOWEBFEST

Wow, this year’s Soflowebfest was incredible. 44 web series and short films from across the world were showcased during the course of five fantastic, entertaining, and informative days.  Many thanks to the patrons that attended five amazing days devoted to celebrating the “new wave of digital entertainment and non-traditional voices of cinema”.  To our sponsors

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13 Dec

Recap of Now or Neverland: Ode to Hip Hop Art Fair

When art, hip hop, film and fashion converge it’s pure magic! MUCE’s Now or Neverland: Ode to Hip Hop art fair and sister company SoFloWebFest created a space for nostalgia and innovation to co-exist, leaving attendees moved and inspired. The lobby of the Little Haiti Cultural Complex was transformed into a pop-up art gallery displaying

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