Welcome to your weekly Miami Beach Arts & Culture guide. View below digital event highlights for the week and be sure to check out our  website   for all things Arts & Culture!
Don’t miss the digital premiere of the iconic Nine Sinatra Songs  on Friday, June 26 at 8 p.m. on the Miami City Ballet's Facebook page .

Twyla Tharp’s ballroom inspired Nine Sinatra Songs is simply irresistible. Chill some bubbly, put on your favorite cocktail dress and escape into a romantic, glamorous world filled with the music of Ol’ Blue Eyes and intimate dances that sizzle, dazzle, and fill the heart with joy.

Looking for COVID-19 related news? The City of Miami Beach has created a comprehensive resource detailing business assistance resources, travel & transportation details, useful tools and more. Learn more .

Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things

On Demand
Opening June 26

O Cinema

MBUS Live Art Talk 2020

June 29
5:30 PM

Miami Beach Urban Studios-FIU

Designing Deco

On Demand

The Wolfsonian
NWS Fellows: Live from our Living Room

June 26
7 PM

New World Symphony
Thursday Basic Human Figure Painting

June 25 & July 2
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Oolite Arts
Orchids In The Garden with Drew Mullin

On Demand

Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Render Room is an installation consisting of sculptures and quasi-functional furniture that is inspired by digital static. As globalization creates homogeneity in design and architecture, Mayer feels that our cities, buildings, and furniture will soon only look like the computer programs in which they were designed.  Render Room functions as an environment and a waiting room for clip-art ready graphics to be plopped into renders to show approachability, scale, and livability.

Jillian's work will be included in Miami Beach's inaugural No Vacancy program this fall.
Take a journey back to the Bandshell with The Rhythm Foundation and explore the artists and sounds you may find on a future night out. Nu Deco Ensemble, Jason Joshua + Afrobeta rep' for the 305; while artists like Cimafunk + Sinkane highlight the talents seen at annual festivals such as Ground Up, Global Cuba, and Afroroots!
The City of Miami Beach Cultural Affairs staff is available to assist artists and arts organizations in identifying nationwide and local recovery resources for artists and arts organizations. If you or your organization has been impacted by Covid-19, you may be eligible for assistance. Learn more at our  Recovery Resources   portal. The site is frequently updated, so be sure to check back often.

Still have questions? Some of them may be answered in the  Arts & Culture Small Business Webinar , hosted by Mayor Dan Gelber. Originally hosted on Monday, April 6, the archive is available on Facebook  here .

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