NWSA welcomes International Women’s Forum conference with Flash Mob

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More than 70 high school and college students from New World School of the Arts performed in this year’s International women’s Forum annual U.S. conference Opening Reception on October 24th. Set against a dramatic sunset by the bay, at the beautiful PAMM terrace, the performance not only welcomed but also surprised and delighted more than 800 guests from around the nation to beautiful Miami for IWF’s annual US Conference, with an inspiring medley from popular award-winning musicals.

“Incorporating a performance helped set the tone for the rest of the conference,” explained NWSA Executive Board member and past Chair, Maria C. Alonso, President & CEO of United Way, IWF member and Co-Chair of the Opening Reception. “When we first imagined the conference, particularly the Opening Reception, we aimed to create a warm and inviting welcome that would provide colleagues from around the globe with a taste for our diverse and exciting community. Our goal was to highlight the vibrancy of Miami’s cultural scene and the talent that is shaping our arts community. A collaboration with New World School of the Arts was the perfect fit, as these students will undoubtedly be our future leaders in the arts,” said Alonso.

“[10 DAYS OF ART] SALE” Exhibition allows community to purchase original student artwork at incredibly low prices

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[10 DAYS OF ART] SALE Exhibition, by New World School of the Arts, offers the South Florida community the exclusive opportunity to purchase original student artwork below market price. The compilation of work, which spans the academic period of over ten years, has been curated to reflect the diversity of mediums and concepts fostered at the school – both at the high school level as well as at the more advanced college level.
 
An opening reception and Art Sale launch is scheduled for Thursday, November 8; 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM at New World Gallery, 25 NE 2nd Street, downtown Miami. Art Sale: November 9, 12-16, 19-21; 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM.

"Recetas Del Corazon” by New World School Of The Arts student Melissa Fernandez wins First place in Latino Art Beat Competition

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Melissa Fernandez, a 2018 graduate of the New World School of the Arts high school, was selected as this year’s 1st Place Latino Art Beat competition winner for her artwork titled “Recetas del Corazón.” To proudly accept her award were Melissa’s parents, Victor and Maria Fernandez, who along with NWSA dean of visual arts Maggy Cuesta and Melissa’s art teacher, Jennifer Gifford, attended the ceremony at Miami City Hall in Coconut Grove. The awards were presented in front of a large audience to the winners and their families by Mayor Francis X. Suarez, the Miami City Commissioners, and Latino Art Beat President Don Rossi Nuccio. This year’s winning artworks including Melissa's drawing, were exhibited at Wynwood Walls that same evening.

Robert battle, Artistic Director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater offers Masterclass to NWSA dance students And presents film created for “Moonlight” during NWSA Dance on Film Series

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Distinguished choreographer Robert Battle, Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Company and New World School of the Arts dance alumnus (1990), continued the NWSA Dance on Film Series this month with a screening and impassioned discussion of a short dance film he created, in conjunction with the film Moonlight, featuring NWSA alum Jamar Roberts, also a dance alumnus of NWSA. Earlier in the day Battle offered a Master Class to NWSA college and high school dance students. After the two-hour class, Mr. Battle, accompanied by NWSA dance faculty member and rehearsal director Lara Murphy, had the opportunity to observe a full run of his choreography “Overture”, performed by the NWSA college dancers. “Overture” will be presented on Saturday at the New World Dance Theater as part of Daniel Lewis Miami Dance Sampler performance.

Elmer Rice’s “Street Scene” kicks off the NWSA Theater Season

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Launching the theater season at NWSA, the college students, directed by NWSA faculty member and Artistic Director of Zoetic Stage, Stuart Meltzer, will present the still Pulitzer-prize winning play, Street Scene. Written by playwright Elmer Rice, the play explores the complex daily lives of a group of people living in a New York City brownstone who must contend with work-life balance, infidelity and domestic abuse. 

New World School Of The Arts celebrates Merce Cunningham centennial with “Dance On Film Series”

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Press release photo of Charles Atlas.Press release photo of Yara Travieso.Press release photo of Merce Cunningham.Kicking off a year-long celebration of the life and work of Merce Cunningham in the Centennial year, New World School of the Arts will launch its newly-created Dance on Film Series with video artist and film director Charles Atlas. Director Atlas will show excerpts of his work and will discuss his approach to creating and collaborating in this field which he has pioneered.

Free and open to the public, the NWSA Dance on Film: Charles Atlas event will be presented on Thursday, September 27 at 7:00 PM at New World Dance Theater - MDC Wolfson Campus, Building #5. 25 NE 2nd Street, 8th Floor, downtown Miami. Information at (305) 237-3341 or online at http://nwsa.mdc.edu/ .

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