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Thought-Provokers: North Miami

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

Dean Richards

When someone watches my films, I want them to escape their reality for a brief moment. Whether the audience is sad or excited when they finish watching. Seeing the reaction of an audience, and getting feedback is what I enjoy the most. Knowing that I have the ability to evoke emotion through a visual is what keeps me going. Read more>>

Seanetta Carson

I am no longer afraid to speak and just be true to myself about who I am. I always tell people do not look at yourself as a victim cause after all I’ve been through I sure as hell don’t because it’s made me into the person I am today unapologetically. Read more>>

Isabelle du Toit

I’m a realist painter. I work with oil paint on Canvas. My mission is to speak for the animals that cannot. My work is extremely detailed to keep things intimate as the viewer looks close up. All animals are painted life-size to help the viewer connect on a personal level with the image. Read more>>

Groundwork Doe

I make music for the real people going thru real situations and hustlers I consider my sound groundwork music motivation giving game to the people what I do through my music the listeners usually relate because I’m not into fantasy rap you can get to know me through my music if you ever heard a record of mine. Read more>>

Rick Smith

With visual art, I grew up drawing and had an interest in fine art, but when I started playing in bands, graphic design became a necessity, so I started doing most of my work on computers. I’ve done design work for a number of record layouts, website layouts, publications, merchandise, and advertisements. Read more>>

Jayson Rosero

The only thing I hope for is to inspire someone to take that leap of faith or to work on themselves enough to conquer anything life has to face them with. At the end of the day, everyone is just as powerful as anyone else, and we should be taking advantage of that otherwise what’s the point of living. Read more>>

Enrique Cirino

I had always had the need to express myself through the beauty of art, going through many disciplines, first I went to Theater school were i got in touch with my inner world and them to Film school were i got the tools to tell and create stories and putting them together, there I became a Video Editor and its been my passion for the last couples decades. Read more>>

Alena Strazhnikova

Was singing in a local girls pop band. Three years ago moved to the USA. Here in the USA started singing career in a cover band called Nightfallmiami. Then had projects called – SixLips duo, Fatkingbulla band (back vocals) and Kompromat rock band (currently). Read more>>


Camelolloide pioneers in creating music that comes from deep within the country and steps away from conventional sounds of a big city. Their Indie-Rock, experimental style includes shades of surf, garage, soul, new wave, psychedelia, and even country. Read more>>

Joshua “Molo” Buron

Learning to be confident in myself and in what I create. Really trusting myself and always leaving room for growth. There were so many missed opportunities because I failed to take initiative, so now there’s no more room for that. So I made an effort to be a bit more interactive. Read more>>

Elsten Torres

My first artistic realization was through my musical family specifically my uncle, Listoriel Torres, who had left Cuba a few years before us. He was a singer/songwriter/guitarist, and he would always share musical moments with us during our frequent family gatherings. It was there that my love for songwriting and songs would begin. Read more>>

Lorraine Boogich

As a world traveling photographer, I’m compelled to experiencing new cultures and places. While studying Creative Photography at Barry University, I discovered iStockphoto at a photo conference. Eventually, I saw the potential in micro-stock and began creating my own photo content for licensing. Read more>>

Joel Rivera

I’ve found ways to escape my mind and uplift myself in a more positive way in between the use of substances. I hope to continue to push through and become more aware of myself in order to find healthier coping mechanisms through artistic expression. Read more>>

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