THE HISTORY OF OPERA
500 hundred years of opera in two hours. A fascinating journey illustrated by the world’s greatest arias, performed live in the bohemian ambiance of Miami’s premier jazz club
Le Chat Noir.
March 30, 7-9 pm.
Le Chat Noir. 2 South Miami Ave. Miami. Dinner and drinks (wine & beer) available.
LITERATURE AND JAZZ
Four local writers, an experimental jazz quintet, and dramatic readings conjugated in one magical evening.
April 5. 6:30 – 9 pm.
The Olympia Theater. 174 E Flagler St. Miami
HISTORY AND FICTION: MANO A MANO
Downtown Miami seen through the prisms of the official historian, Dr. Paul George, and the unofficial novelist, Raúl Guerrero.
Tuesday February 7, 2017 – 7-9 pm
Neushop - The Historic Ingraham Building
15 SE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL. 33131
THE STATE OF HUMAN EVOLUTION
To commemorate the anniversary Charles Darwin's birthday, February 12, 1809, DASS presents a conversation between an evolutionary biologist and an evolutionary psychologist on topics such as why has Holland become the tallest nation in the planet? How does the environment induce gene mutations? And What's to be expected of humans in fifty years, given the advances in artificial intelligence and robotics?
Wednesday February 8. 7:30 -9
Books & Books at the Adrienne Arsht Center.
ECOLOGY - RISING WATERS IS NO JOKE
Art exhibit by FIU Artist in Residence and public intellectual Xavier Cortada, and a series of conferences by leading scientists. To commemorate Earth Day.
Opening April 13, 2017
111 NE 1st Street, Miami Fl. 33132
URBANISM: SAVING CALLE OCHO
A conversation with architect, urbanist and designer Juan Mullerat.
Ball & Chain. Date TBA
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