Art

Exhibit shows medicine through artistic lens
Art, Culture

Exhibit shows medicine through artistic lens

Blending abstraction and artistic form with medical illustrations of eye diseases, the pieces in the Lowe Art Museum’s current exhibition feature interesting resemblances to real-world objects, such as glittering seas, the moon and even a Christmas tree. Referencing Henry David Thoreau, who considered the eyes a person’s “noblest feature,” the Lowe Art Museum’s “The Noblest Feature: The Eye Paintings…

Art Basel brings creative events to Miami
Art, Culture

Art Basel brings creative events to Miami

Art Basel Miami Beach is back, and there are plenty of scheduled events for this year’s fair, ranging from cultural celebrations to the 267 gallery exhibits open to the public this weekend. As finals begin, here are some student-friendly events that will provide the perfect way to take a study break. Art Beat Miami Open…

Neighborhood Art Walks offer collection of culture
Art, Culture

Neighborhood Art Walks offer collection of culture

Life can be tough for student art buffs – museum memberships and concert tickets aren’t exactly easy to fit into a college budget. Fortunately, Miami’s thriving arts scene has provided a solution: Art Walks. These evenings typically occur once a month. They feature live music, open galleries and more. Art Walks are not just in Wynwood;…

Lowe exhibit turns trash to treasure
Art, Culture

Lowe exhibit turns trash to treasure

Everyday objects like magazine clippings, toys, garbage, diamonds, chocolate syrup and dirt have been repurposed at the Lowe Art Museum, giving life to the idea that one man’s trash is another artist’s treasure. On Saturday, the Lowe hosted the opening of “Poetics of Perception,” an exhibit comprised mostly of what some would consider junk. The event displays…

Cultural cloths to hang at Lowe Art Museum for ‘Weaver’s Stories’ exhibit
Art, News

Cultural cloths to hang at Lowe Art Museum for ‘Weaver’s Stories’ exhibit

Batik and Ikat are patterned cloth-dyeing techniques used in traditional societies throughout Southeast Asia, where textile-making is a significant means of gaining artistic reputation, wealth and status in traditional societies. These techniques, among others, will be brought to life on the University of Miami’s campus Friday evening with the opening of “Weaver’s Stories From Island Southeast…

Beaux Arts Festival offers colorful art displays, live music
Art, Culture

Beaux Arts Festival offers colorful art displays, live music

What began as a “Clothesline Sale” more than 60 years ago, where artists would hang their work on clotheslines outside the Lowe Art Museum, has grown into the Beaux Arts Festival, Miami’s oldest juried art show. Since Thursday, the university has been preparing for the 64th annual festival, blocking off Stanford Drive and spray painting tent…

Wynwood art gallery highlights UM graduate
Art, Culture, Featured

Wynwood art gallery highlights UM graduate

Remodeled from the old warehouse district of Miami, Wynwood’s unused buildings and factories have been renovated into art galleries, open restaurants and cafes, and open street graffiti art that decorates the depilated buildings. On the second Saturday night of every month, the art district hosts an event called “Art Walk,” where all the studios and galleries…

Lowe Art Museum brings global art to campus
Art, Culture, Featured

Lowe Art Museum brings global art to campus

China’s Last Empire will be making its final stand through Oct. 19 at the Lowe Art Museum. The exhibition “China’s Last Empire: The Art and Culture of the Qing Dynasty” extended its reach as the museum welcomed community members to its Family Day on Sunday. The exhibition features, among many things, intricate pen-and-ink pieces and…

1 4 5 6 7
Around the Web

The University of Miami student publications were recognized with multiple awards by the Society for

Hoping to ease hurdles for students to apply to master’s and doctoral programs, a new policy will re

Immunologist Natasa Strbo and her team are using their work on vaccines for HIV, malaria, and Zika t

Xavier Cortada leads the Miami Corona Project, an art program presented as part of the University of

University of Miami Libraries has launched Documenting COVID-19: South Florida’s Pandemic Experience

TMH Twitter
About Us

The Miami Hurricane is the student newspaper of the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. The newspaper is edited and produced by undergraduate students at UM and is published in print every Tuesday.