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Thought-Provokers: Hialeah

Miami has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Hialeah that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Louis (Spaz) Giraldo

First show I ever performed I was 16 and legendary Miami Dj Uncle Al was spinning. It was a huge crowd and I fell in love with the energy and being on stage. Released my first solo project a year ago, before that it was just group stuff. Read more>>

GoldMind Rex

Well I grew up the baby of 6 with a single mother I was born June 10th and living in Overtown I started playing ball when I was like 10 but I had mad love for music I graduated from Booker T Washington SHS I started pursuing my music career my senior year in high school. Read more>>

Max Bahman

I’ve always loved photography and editing and even though I haven’t actually studied it, I was constantly around it. Thanks to Instagram I’ve been introduced to a new version of minimalism and color, I’ve always loved colors and so I decided to keep creating pieces in that style. Read more>>

Iya Magraner

My passion for photography comes from when I was a child. I remember all my life enjoying a lot of the photos I had since I was born, which I thank my parents so much for! And not only mine, I also loved seeing their photos since they were babies, in their youth and even their wedding photos. Read more>>

Ivan Roque

I was a rather normal child till the day I witnessed a home invasion and had a gun put to my head at the age of 8. I feel since that day I’ve always questioned everything especially people. I was able to draw and such but it wasn’t until after the age of 18 when I graduated high school that I realized art was to be my calling. Read more>>

Gretel Tellez

As you can tell, photography is my passion. Through my lens and with the help of my husband/assistant, Jorge, who is in charge of the edit process of every single image, I capture special moments with true emotion and translate them into real life art. Read more>>

Ariel Celestino Hernandez

I have dedicated my life to painting and drawing. I try to express through the world of colors a world of movement with my curvy strokes. Because of my unique and curvy style I am known as “El Pintor De Las Curvas”. Read more>>

Dustin Formaran

One day I picked up my camera and started taking pictures. I fell and love and became very passionate with photography. I found happiness and peace with in it, something about capturing the right moment, seeing people smile just made me happy. Read more>>

Omar Alexandre, and Junette Reyes

My experience with music journalism helped lead us to where we are today in film. During my time as a student at Florida International University, I became heavily involved in all aspects of student media. I eventually cohosted a radio program with a buddy of mine on local musicians. Read more>>

Barbara Santiago

I started modeling when I was 5 years old I loved and still love having my picture taken. Photographers loved me because I knew how to pose I was a natural at it. When I was 16 years old I took an interest in taking the pictures myself so I bought a regular camera and I started taking pictures. Read more>>

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