Picks of the Week: Film, Festivals and More
What are you doing this weekend? Take a look at our picks of the week to find cultural events near you!
THE AFRICAN HERITAGE CULTURAL ARTS CENTER: REVELATIONS IN RHYTHM PREMIER
November 19th at 7:00 pm
"Revelations in Rhythm" is a production anchored in the sounds of tap as expression, communication, and musicality. The film will provide a stimulating auditory experience for the audience, as well as enlighten them to the traditions of tap as a language and its origins from Africa's Diaspora. Featuring dancers Afra Hines and Karissa Royster, and music performed by Willerm Delisfort, Marcus Gilmore, Jonathan Michel, and Chelsea Williams. More event details here.
CARIBE ARTS FEST
November 20th at 12:00 pm
Caribe Arts Fest is a multi-genre art festival celebrating the arts of the Caribbean and the Americas. Aligned with the promotions of Art Basel, the two-day festival will be held at Griffing Park. The festival will showcase a wide scope of creations representing and encompassing the culture, essence, and creativity of the Caribbean and the Americas. More event details here.
EXPLORATION AFRICA: AN AFRICAN INSPIRED THANKSGIVING!
November 20th at 7:30 pm
Join the fun virtually to give thanks for another year of life at our African Inspired Thanksgiving Celebration! Come meet others, discover different cultural traditions and practice gratitude! More event details here.
LIFE TO PAPER BOOK FESTIVAL
Through November 30th
The first annual Life to Paper Book Festival is finally here tucked away in the historic neighborhood of Buena Vista. For the whole month of November, the space next to The Bookshop by Life to Paper blossoms with community activations for readers and creatives of all types. More event details here.
WALLCAST® CONCERT: BRAHMS AND SIBELIUS
November 20th at 7:30 pm
When violinist Augustin Hadelich made his NWS debut in 2018, South Florida Classical Review hailed him “a virtuoso of the first order.” Hadelich continues to take the world by storm and returns to perform Jean Sibelius’ Concerto—an unforgettable work of brilliance. Johannes Brahms, troubled by Ludwig van Beethoven’s shadow, often lamented “the footsteps of a giant” behind him. With the nickname “Beethoven’s 10th,” Brahms’ first foray into the symphonic genre ultimately proved a masterpiece all his own. More event details here.
For more things to do in Miami, head over to our arts calendar.