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MAY 9, 7-10PM
19|ONE is just around the corner! On May 9th, from 7-10pm at Pinecrest | 6605 SW 88th Street. You're invited to come and see a showcase of emerging artists from all over South Florida. Highlighting local music, dance, painting, film, sculpture, video, ceramics, graffiti, mixed media, turntables, culinary, and more. Scroll through to see the Artists participating in this Spring's event. Email us for more information.
Juan Carlos Zaldivar
Zaldívar started his film career as a sound editor and designer, for which he garnered an Emmy nomination. His film and video art works have screened at many festivals worldwide and broadcast on PBS, ABC, IFC, Showtime and WE. He is a Sundance Film Institute alumnus and currently teaches at Miami International University’s Art Institute. His short film SHIFT can be seen at MOCA. www.zaldivar.info
Doughboy Cakes & Desserts
Led by founder, owner and CEO Anthony Timoneda, Doughboy Cakes has done several events for Thomas Kramer, Wow Factor Miami, and FABA, as well as serving a growing list of high-end clients, many of Miami-based corporations and nonprofit organizations. www.doughboycakes.com
Acrylic & Watercolor
Meg feels out her acrylics and mediums by painting with her hands. As the mood sees fit she will pick up a brush, to highlight a piece with an exclamation of color. Meg has sought her own organic approach using simple tools, materials and basic colors. Her work is driven by an inner desire to positively change the view of humanity. Set Free Art was birthed from an idea to provide hope instead of despair to those under any type of bondage. "Thought is a powerful agent for change; art is my platform to speak without words to the soul of another." - Meg Wallace www.setfreeart.blogspot.com
Brendan O'Hara, a Miami main stay, has been big bouncing his way around the country for the better part of this millennium sharing his music, story telling and a raw energy that must been seen to be felt. With drums, bass, keys, guitar and horns, Brendan mixes up A blend akin to a fine cocktail- organic- fresh- chilled- and intoxicating- the music mashes the finest of genres- and delivers roots rock- street lounge- it knows it's roots, it's knows how to rock, they swing and croon and can be heard from the streets, to the finest lounge, and on America's most reputable stages. www.brendanohara.org
Catalyst Hip Hop
26: An Exhibit of Graffiti Art Lettering in Miamipresents 26 individual artists together, many for the first time. Each artist was asked to select a letter and create a piece of art showcasing their unique style. The result is a collection that forms a complete alphabet, A-Z. Graffiti is a form of calligraphy. It is rooted in the creation and manipulation of letterforms. Artists arrange their letters in such a way that it becomes “written” art. The goal of most artists is to gain recognition and be "seen" through repetition and originality. It is a sub-culture that is passionate about the stylistic expression of letters.This exhibition takes those aspects of the graffiti culture and challenges each artist to push their personal style while focusing only on one letter. www.catalysthiphop.com
Clay Sculpture & Porcelain Jewelry
Herb Summers began his career as an artist/art teacher in 1970, and has taught Visual Arts for 37 years. He was awarded a full scholarship resulting in a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Miami. Herb has continued his education by taking post graduate art courses at Florida International University, the University of Miami, and Miami Dade College. In addition to teaching, Herb Summers has been an active artist and his artwork has been exhibited in several museums and galleries. Herb is pursuing a second career in the arts working on clay sculptures and porcelain jewelry. www.herbsummers.blogspot.com
Originally from Miami, Florida, Meg Pukel launched her career in photography at Syracuse University. In 1999, she earned a B.F.A. in Fine Art Photography, graduating with honors. During her tenure at Syracuse, desire and passion directed Meg to advance her studies in Florence, Italy. Provoked, challenged, and inspired in this 'art imitates life' medium, Pukel was awarded the Anthony J. Wirpsa Scholarship in her final year for outstanding academic work in the visual arts. Returning to Miami, Florida, and upon invitation from the local community college in 2005, Meg began her teaching career by designing an entry level digital photography course. Meg impacts her students with her vision to transform real life into intimate innovative art. www.megpukel.com
Acrylic/Oil On Canvas
My work includes not only flowers, but bursts of abstract shapes and colors, lines that form seductive structures. To encapsulate it’s essence; I create small worlds of movement, colors, and shapes that entice the observer to travel through my work surface—colliding with the images, finding their way around to yet another shape, and finding it as alluring to linger gazing at them as I find it to linger in a garden; also, my work is representative of the twists, turns, bumps, and alternatives that each of us transverses in the course of our daily lives. www.facebook.com/Fivemuses
Katiuska Gonzalez was born in Caracas, Venezuela, and received her degree in Civil Engineering from Santa Maria University. She owned, managed, and worked as a civil engineer at her own company in Venezuela. Afterwards, Katiuska traveled extensively and lived in cities such as Chicago, San Francisco, Mykonos, Paris, Provincia de Buenos Aires, and currently Miami. It is in this last city that Ms. Gonzalez studied her real passion: painting. At Miami-Dade College she studied under the tutelage of master artist Baruj Salinas – a man she considers her mentor, inspiration, and friend. Katiuska has exhibited her artwork in more than 40 different venues, including the well-regarded Arte Americas, and across various cities throughout the United States, South America and Europe. Her work has gained critical recognition and honorable mentions. www.katiuskart.blogspot.com
Chef Estela Edwards has established herself for two decades now, as a high in-demand Chef. World-class cuisine, an extensive experience, from high-end corporate events to private catering, Chef Estela is always fusing with immense creativity flavors from her native Brazil.
Performance Arts / Dance & Choreography
Adam began his dance training at Florida School of the Arts in 2009 at the ripe old age of 24 he graduated Cum Laude and received an Associate of Arts under the tutelage of Freddick Bratcher. After taking a year off to work for an international missions organization (Youth with a Mission), he returned to finish his Bachelor of Fine Arts at New World School of the Art, where he continues to explore the landscape of his soul in the classroom with Professor/Company Director Peter London. www.peterlondonglobaldance.org
Pastor & DJ
Keas Keasler is a pastor and DJ in Miami, FL. He serves as the teaching pastor of Rhythm Church, works with Athletes in Action at the University of Miami, and spins records in various places throughout the city. Keas fuses hip-hop, house, and chillwave. His musical influences range from Miles Davis and Thom Yorke to Outkast and Groove Armada.
Palabra Viva III
Palabra Viva III is a band composed of Arturo Garcia on drums, Brian Tate on bass, and Jesse McGinty on saxophone and trumpet. Having met at the University of Miami, it wasn't until this past year that they joined creative forces, experimenting with jazz, original music, and spontaneous improvisation.
As the house band at The Corner, a cool and casual bar hidden at the intersection of 11th and N Miami Ave, they play every Tuesday to a packed house. With plans to release their recoding debut by the end of the summer, Palabra Viva III continue to develop their unique sound, all while having a blast making music.
Sirens and Sealions
“The concept of being in a band was always a joke to us – almost the way people can joke about being ninjas. We love to come up with fictitious scenarios related to pop culture, and we kept joking about being in a band with an acquaintance of ours. I mentioned something along the lines of ‘our fake band should be based on mythical creatures!’ and my friend replied with ‘unicorns and sirens!’ The jokes kept rolling, and that following weekend, we all went to go see Rachel Goodrich play a solo acoustic performance at Restaurant 190.”