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Thought-Provokers: Miami Beach

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 Miami Beach that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Gina Cunningham

As a neophyte writer, I have been working on a story that has gnawed at me since I was a little girl. It is my dream to develop my script about my great aunt; a young, immigrant woman’s anomalous rise to nefarious power and how that power, along with the hardships of being a woman, became her downfall. Read more>>

Alejandro Lista

I began to study sound engineering and post-production audio professionally. During the last years of my career I established a great relationship with a teacher who worked with many bands that I admired, so I was introduced to this fantastic world taking me as his assistant to my first show in the professional era. Read more>>

Kiana Govind

As I write this today, I sit in Chiang Mai, Thailand. I came here with a one-way ticket that I booked one week prior to departure date, with no idea of what exactly I was searching for, in fact, I had no intention of searching for anything. I longed to see what life would place in front of me if I let it happen the way it was supposed to. It’s a beautiful thing to let go, and let life be. I have captured shots that not only tell stories but let one feel them. Read more>>

Gabriela & Bianca LeDuc

We are musicians before anything else. We have such a passion for music and always have. We travel back and forth to Nashville to write new songs, record and collaborate with other artists. Along with that, we play shows around the state of Florida and even out of state. This year we’ll be in Texas, California, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Read more>>

Valentyna Kalinina

I am Valentina Kalinina, I was born and raised in Ukraine. Four years ago our family started a new life in the USA. Also, the move to another country was a push in changes and growth of my passion for jewelry making. If in Ukraine I could consider it only as a hobby, then living here I realized that it was my business. Read more>>

Allegra Preuss

I got a yoga teacher certification and I worked at Dwell magazine and a Public Relations company where I got to pretend to be an office girl. But by the end of the year, I was starving for movement, open space, and Spanish.My first job ever was as a baby model. Read more>>

Fly Guy

Born in Georgetown, Guyana. Moved to Brooklyn, NY then Miami, FL. I grew up in a two-parent household until my father passed away from pancreatic cancer when I was 15.I’m the youngest of 3 brothers, and when I found myself searching for my voice as an MC at 13 years old, I had one brother who had already signed a record deal at the age of 17 and was writing and producing for himself and his group (the legendary Miami-based trio THE LASTRAWZE). Read more>>

Ronny Press

Ronny Press, who goes by DJ Bugsy, is from Philadelphia, PA. and grew up in the heart of South Philly. Ever since he was younger, DJ Bugsy always wanted to be in the music industry. His mother, Katrina Washington, bought him his first radio and the L.L. Cool J “Bigger and Deffer” cassette tape. From that point on, he would listen to his radio every day after school, falling more in love with hip­hop music.           Read more>>

Pipe ‘The Photo Biographer’ Yanguas

Colombia is where I was born and raised until my teenage years. I then had the occasion to live in Germany, Italy, and Miami, which has been the place I call home for many years now. I studied Business Management at the University of Miami and took a course in Interior Design at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Read more>>

Elizabeth “Liz Lau’ren” Holmes

Singing completely became my identity. By the time I was 12 years old I was already competing in local competitions and singing all over the city. But the entire time I had this hidden but not so hidden ability to put clothes together in order to tell a story. I set trends in high school, and I loved to see it catch flame and become a frenzy amongst my peers. Read more>>

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