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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.

Sophie Wong aka Sona

Learning the human form and how to communicate with it in healing ways. I continued to pursue art still during this time and was able to push new concepts and dig deeper as I grew. I’ve always had my own drive and approach to art, but all the layers of who I came to be and my interest in culture. Read more>>

Alce F

I’m a Miami native who has been cultivating the underground rap game for years now. Being the child of Haitian Immigrants, hard work, and dedication are naturally inherited. Always paying homage to my musical influences Lil Wayne, Nas, Pac, Biggie, Jay-Z, Curren$y, and Rick Ross. My influences can definitely be felt through my music. Read more>>

Leaq

I felt like I wanted to try rapping so my parents, being super supportive, copped me a mic and the Fruity Loops program then I went to work. I would stay up all night recording freestyles on every beat you could think of, from classics to the newest ones coming out. I still have the files to this day. Read more>>

Alesya Negodina

I learned to love myself unconditionally, take care of myself, allow myself to make mistakes and see them as a necessary experience that is taking me where I need to be! I realized that I am here to serve souls who are seeking a fulfilled life using my own experience! Read more>>

Khalil Osborne

I always struggle to describe my work but I usually lean towards fashion and conceptual work. I base most of my ideas off of color, scene, and emotion. I see my photos from the shot of a movie scene and I love to make my work immersive. I create large bodies of work based off of one theme and then drop all the work at one time in a book. Read more>>

Joshua Flynn

Grew up in Washington state. Was addicted to video games and didn’t feel that I had a purpose in life till I moved to Virginia and picked up a camera my last year of living there. Used to have no friends, but because of the community StreetmeetDC in Washington DC, it enables me to easily network with other creatives. Read more>>

Judina Isabelle

My journey within Photography has heavily built its momentum recently, and I have my environment of local creators to thank for a lot of that. As a Creator, the process one g(r)o(w)s through can Be seen as disorganized or without direction. You can be a genius, or you can Be the insane one. Whichever it is, shouldn’t affect your craft, your flow, the way you move. Read more>>

Adriana Valencia

I’ve always been infatuated with bathing suits, and I feel so lucky that I can share my obsession . In my blog, you will have the opportunity to see multiple bathing suit brands + styles and sizes, with a side of grammatical errors thanks to my Spanglish. Read more>>

James Klynn

My story begins in the late ’80s in a drug-infested housing project called Lafayette Gardens or LG in the Bed-Stuy section of Brooklyn, New York City. Growing up in the projects was dope, there was always somebody to play outside with but it was also New York in the 90’s, there was a lot of violence, a lot of drugs and since we were always outside we saw and knew about all of it. Read more>>

Fanni Sarkozy

I was a very musical child, coming from a musician family. My Mother realized it very soon. I have some kind of talent worthwhile to continue in a music school. I learned classical music for 17 years. It was a life-changing moment when she bought me my first radio. I could listen to jazz broadcasts first time in my life. Read more>>

Jennifer Veilleux

Following some intense life challenges in the spring of 2017, I returned to painting as a form of therapy and transformed part of my apartment into a working studio. At the time, I lived on Arch Creek in North Miami and took the name for my studio. Read more>>

Mimi Morest

Being born and raised in Europe has a big influence on my style along with my creative mind and good eyes for shape and colors. I am 100% sure that I was born with a passion for fashion and that passion only grew bigger and bigger with continuous education and experience. Read more>>

Tyrone Iregui and Nay Roze

TAMBOKA is a spicy Gypsy Latin Band local to Miami Fl. Born from the Latin Grooves of Mother’s legs and the soulful jazz of your sister’s hips. Our original music is a melting pot of ethnical flavors influenced by the musician’s diverse backgrounds. Read more>>

Shooting Moons

When you put together three musicians with a similar background and not so similar musical tastes but a common goal. You would get indeed a very experimental sound. And this is what Shooting Moons is about. Read more>>

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