After reading a recent article in The New Yorker titled Empire – TV’s Contemporary Art Gallery, I was very present to how much hip hop has evolved. With over forty years in the game hip hop has now proliferated through our culture and its tentacles has touched lives beyond the urban area where it originated.
Art Basel Miami is just around the corner. To say that this is one of my favorite events of the year is an understatement. I consider it as a multi-tiered, decentralized festival of epic proportions. The convergence of international visitors, cultural expression, stories of moneyed spending, parties galore and most importantly, the visceral and sublime
Did you know the two hottest TV series “Beauty and the Baller” and “Insecure” were once web series? Yes, these shows were originally produced for web-based distribution; you know YouTube or Vimeo. How did these two web series transition to network TV? It definitely didn’t happened overnight, however the mission to bring creative, thought provoking,
Ever heard of The Pineapple Diaries; what about Subway: The Series? If you have no idea what I’m talking about, then keep reading. I’m about to educate you on some of my favorite web series currently on YouTube. The Pineapple Diaries, Subway: The Series, Side Chick, Hello Cupid, and All About The McKenzies are captivating
With the increasing worldwide recognition and success of web series, filmmakers are now using the web as an important factor for distribution. The creation of web festivals has serviced as a place to showcase the best of the best in the industry of short films and series. Attending these festivals are awesome ways for
MUCE Resident Artist Cara Jamieson kicked off her curatorial debut with a heartfelt ovation to women fighting breast cancer. Presented by The Miami Urban Contemporary Experience (MUCE), Carla curated the Hang Your Bra For The Cause: Breast Cancer Awareness Exhibition. For a woman, breast can lead to issues such as sexual objectification, breast cancer, shame
5 Must see documentaries of the summer Looking for a way to pass the time during the summer? Well you can by watching some of my personal favorite documentaries! The following is a mix, ranging from political conflict to drug wars, and even about the very planet itself. Kenbe Fem: To Hold Firm | June
My first experience at the MUCE Summer Series Volume 1 is one that I will never forget. In collaboration with Papa Keith’s: People Matter Festival, the event was held in the heart of Liberty City at Athalie Range Park. Encouraging family fun and community engagement, the festival highlighted a MUCE exclusive pop-up gallery and family “Paint Party,” 24-hour cease fire, full-scale kid zone and DJ Battle!