Here & Now: 2022

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Miami Light Project’s signature commission program for Miami-based artists – Here & Now features 4-6 newly commissioned short-form works from Miami’s freshest and most exciting emerging and mid-career artists, working across disciplines to define contemporary performance in Miami. 2022 Artists TBA!

Liony Garcia: Corporeal Decorum

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Corporeal Decorum is a new project by Liony Garcia that investigates methods of mitigating the ill effects of cultural erasure via the destruction of Miami’s Art Deco architecture.

Global Cuba Fest: 2022

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Launched by Miami Light Project and FUNDarte in 2008, Global Cuba Fest is an internationally acclaimed celebration of the rhythms, music and culture of Cuba.

Maya Billig: Gate Closes at 3:05


Gate Closes at 3:05 is a dance-theater work by Maya Billig that transforms the space into a roaring 20’s-inspired speakeasy dreamscape.

Feature Film and Brunch

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Miami Light Project is thrilled to partner with O Cinema for ScreenDance Miami 2022, and present the short Dolores by Gina Margillo and a special screening of Breath Made Visible!

Open Call Film Screenings

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Join Miami Light Project & PAMM for ScreenDance Miami Festival 2022 Open Call Official Selections featuring short films from Miami and beyond!

ScreenDance Miami: 2022

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ScreenDance Miami is an international dance on film festival featuring choreographers and directors who are working with emerging and new concepts with movement and dance on film and dance on camera.

Opening Night with Feature Film

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Join us for the Opening Night of ScreenDance Miami Festival 2022 featuring Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters, a documentary that traces the remarkable history and legacy of choreographer Bill T. Jones’s tour de force ballet D-Man in the Waters.