Art by Claudia Ojeda
This is an educational Art blog for artists, parents, teachers, students and everyone interested on the amazing world of Art!
Art of the Community
Art of Community: to use art to bridge, bond, and build communities
Art South Florida
Jami Nix Rahn is a contemporary artist living at the edge of the Everglades in South Florida. On occasion she ventures out of the swamp to check out art locally and across borders.
Colleen Dougher writes Arterpillar, a blog about South Florida art and the people who create it.
The Americans for the Arts invites arts administrators from across the U.S. to contribute to ARTSblog on five different areas of interest: Arts Education, Arts Marketing, Emerging Leaders, Private Sector and Public Art.
Matt Lehrman on Audience Building. As Principal of Audience Avenue LLC, Matt travels the country helping organizations – and entire communities – find new ways to engage all sorts of audiences and visitors in arts & cultural experiences.
Culture Builds Florida
Led by the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, Culture Builds Florida is a campaign to develop unified awareness for Florida’s cultural community.
Doug Borwick on vibrant arts and communities. This blog, one of the ArtsJournal blogs, will examine the topic of community engagement on the part of the arts community in both abstract principles and practical application.
Hans Morgenstern holds a degree in print journalism from Florida International University and a Master’s degree in English with a certificate in Film Studies from the same university with many years of experience in the publishing world. He is a card carrying member of the Society of Professional Journalists and a voting member of the Florida Film Critics Circle. He has been writing about music in magazines and weeklies since 1992, when FIU’s student newspaper, “The Beacon,” published his CD review of Ween’s Pure Guava
Independent Lens Blog
A film festival in your living room.
International Academy of Film and Television
Perspectives from students and staff of the International Academy of Film and Television (IAFT). Founded in 2004, IAFT began its journey of affordable, top-quality filmmaking instruction on the beautiful tropical island of Cebu, Philippines. IAFT introduced filmmaking techniques straight from Hollywood itself to its students across the globe through the experienced hands of industry veterans.
Jacklyn Laflamme . . . in living colorArtist Jacklyn Laflamme reflects on arts events that take place in South Florida.
Miami Art Exchange
Miami Art Exchange, an online publication since October, 2000, covers the arts in South Florida, Miami-Dade, Broward and, southern Palm Beach counties with reviews, articles, interviews, photographs at openings and special events, podcasts, artists studio visits, and project development.
Pompano Beach Art
The city of Pompano new Cultural Arts Master Plan will focus on opportunities for arts activities in four facilities that will be committed to future Cultural Arts activities. This website (PompanoBeachArts.com) offers online, interactive participation in the Cultural Arts Master Planning process. It is a "work in progress", and all comments, corrections and suggestions are welcome.
Real Clear Arts
This blog is about culture in America as seen through the lens of Judith H. Dobrzynski, which is informed and colored by years of reporting not only on the arts and humanities, but also on business, philanthropy, science, government and other subjects.
Riverwalk Arts& Entertainment BlogFeatures events, news and cultural packages in the downtown Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District.
Award-winning South Florida site: politics, culture, music, analysis, opinion, and, when duty calls, good-natured and not-so-good-natured ridicule. Salty Eggs lives by Angela Carter’s clever reworking of a Spanish proverb, “A day without an argument is like an egg without salt.”
South Florida Music Obsessed A website dedicated to music in the South Florida area
News about every discipline of the arts written by freelance journalists in partnership with WLRN and the Miami Herald.