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OLCDC & partners present META Art Exhibit #3: "Mother Goddess"

On Sunday, March 20, the 2016 META Series continued with "Mother Goddess," an exhibition created in honor of Women's History Month to celebrate the sacred feminine, as well as to stimulate a dialogue about intrinsic female spirituality regarding the ontology of being and the role women played in the development of human consciousness.

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Recent articles highlight Opa-locka's art of transformation

Read BuzzFeed's "How Art And Culture Transformed The Most Dangerous City In South Florida" and The New Tropic's "What has art done to Miami?" featuring a discussion with OLCDC President and CEO Dr. Willie Logan.


OLCDC & partners present 2016 META Art Series Exhibit #2: "AfroCool"

On Sunday, February 21, the 2016 META Series continued with "AfroCool: The rise of Black Atlantic Art in South Florida," a multi-media show featuring work from Gene Tinnie, Moal, Dudley Alexis, Duwane Coates, Saddi Khali, Rodrigo Richardson, Mokhai, Charles Humes, Jackson Shuri, Onajide, and Chris Carter.

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OLCDC named Philanthropy Miami Sharktank semi-finalist!

OLCDC has been selected as a semi-finalist for Philanthropy Miami's Sharktank competition for our pilot poet-in-residence program, Rhythm + Arts Poetry Production (RAPP), which will connect local poets with Opa-locka youth!
OLCDC's arts team talks about revitalizing Opa-locka through the arts on WLRN

Listen to the February 4th "Topical Currents" interview with Arts & Creative Industry Manager Aileen Anon and Designer-in-Residence Germane Barnes: "Revitalizing Miami-Dade's City of Opa-locka".


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