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Cultural Quarterly Fine Arts Magazine | Spring 2014

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A yearlong centennial celebration commemorates growth by showcasing the talent and creativity of Broward County.

By Julie Levin

Broward 100 - Celebrating the Art of Community
will encompass a countywide series of events and activities that will use art as a rallying point.

"It is a fantastic celebration that will commemorate all of the County’s culture, history, heritage and beauty," says Earl Bosworth, director for the Broward Cultural Division. "It will also continue to encourage new connections and enhance the diversity of Broward County."


Rosanna Saccoccio’s colorful canvas -
a symmetrical weave of positivity and play
By Rachel Galvin

Rosanna Saccoccio painting

Circles and squares, drips and dabs. The shapes and lines that make up a Rosanna Saccoccio artwork are filled with a sense of whimsical spontaneity.

And yet, there is a balance in the imperfection, a symmetry in the trickling lines that bisect the plane.  


Broward Moments
By Rachel Galvin

Broward Moments - prominent citizens in Broward County's history.

Broward County is celebrating a monumental milestone: It will be a century old in 2015 and yearlong festivities will mark the occasion.

To commemorate this remarkable evolution, the Broward County Historical Commission has partnered with the County and the BB&T Center to share "Broward Moments.

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Public Art and Design Profile
Howard T. Katz
Flash Mob dancing at Las Olas Riverfront.

Howard Katz doesn’t just talk the talk about public art. He walks it – or, to be more precise, he dances it!

Last fall, Katz helped organize a swing dance flash mob on the Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk to create awareness about public art and the newly formed Friends of Public.


Taking Off:
Dawn Roe: Artist-in-Residence at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
By Susan Davis

Dawn Roe images

Airports are - first and foremost - in the business of efficiently moving people from one point to the next.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is exactly that – busy, bustling and growing with an expansion project.

It does not sound like an artist’s project, does it? But that is where Dawn Roe enters the picture.


Fushu Daiko brings Japanese culture to life in South Florida

by Helene Foster

fushu Daiko perform at a San Francisco festival

There is so much more than just the percussive drumbeats made by the members of Fushu Daiko, the taiko drum ensemble.

There is a preservation of Japanese heritage. And it’s an art form that has been passed down in oral tradition through many generations.

Since 1990, Fushu Daiko has been giving South Florida audiences energizing performances that also educate about Japanese culture.




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