Ivonne Gomez

Ivonne speaks about her work:
"I would tend to say that my first love affair was with a crayon and a white piece of paper.  Ever since I can remember, picking up a pen, crayon or colored pencil and letting my brain waver with thoughts superf



Yiddish Wisdom Box

Wood box, carved and painted.  I spent the better part of my childhood growing up on Miami Beach with a lot of Jewish and Yiddish influences.  This is in honor of those years and all the amazing culture nuances I picked up. Needless to say, they fare well with my Cuban roots.  Each box is hand carved, you will notice that all lines are composed of dots, I am still currently teaching myself how to use the tool.  It has a nasty habit of getting a tad bit hot and my small digits take quick offense. The figures are created in clay, baked, glossed and placed on the box after the box has been stained.  Depending on the size of the piece this can take anywhere from 5 hours to a day or two.

Price: $75.00 USD

Théo Tobiasse

Théo Tobiasse, a world-renowned artist, was born in Israel (then Palestine) in 1927 and died in 2012.  Brought to Paris as a child, he created his earliest drawings before World War II and spent the crucial years of his youth hiding from th



AMERICA, a limited edition lithography by artist Theo Tobiasse

Aida Levitan, Ph.D. President of ArtesMiami, Inc., will donate to ArtesMiami the proceeds of the sale of AMERICA, a limited edition lithography by the world-renowned Israeli-French artist Theo Tobiasse. The work is beautifully framed in gold; it is 50x40 inches (127x102 cm) and it is numbered 18/175. Tobiasse signed the lithography on the lower right. For information, please contact Miguel Angel Guerrero, Guerrero Galeríain Coral Gables, at +1.786.773.3282 or miguelangel@guerrerogaleria.es.

Price: $9000.00 USD



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Hispanic Heritage - December 8, 2012

Julián Linares and Dr. Aida Levitan interview Rodolfo Martínez Sotomayor, with the participation of poet-artist Rodrigo de la Luz.  Martínez-Sotomayor is the author of numerous books and is also a respected editor in South Florida.  Tres Damaturgos, Tres Generaciones is his newest book, on playwrights from three different generations:  Matías Montes Huidobro; José Abreu-Felippe; and Ernesto García.

Hispanic Heritage - Fifth Program - November 24, 2012

Ileana Fuentes, writer, activist, professor and director of the Cuban Museum of Miami, is interviewed by Dr. Aida Levitan and Julián Linares.   Also participating in this program is poet and artist Rodrigo de la Luz, as well as Alex Fumero, producer, writer and actor, who discusses A Very Merry Hialeah (Haikus) Christmas, a show to be held December 22 at the CCEMiami (Spanish Cultural Center).

Hispanic Heritage - Fourth Program - November 17, 2012

This fourth HISPANIC HERITAGE program features an interview of Charo Moreno, psychologist and president of REM Comunicación, as well as Marco Antonio Ramos,  historian, essayist, cleric and professor, born in Matanzas, Cuba, who is the author of more than 15 books and numerous essays.  Luciano Suarez, Vice Mayor of West Miami, also participates in this program.

Hispanic Heritage - Third Program - November 10, 2012

This Hispanic Heritage program was dedicated to interviews with Commissioner Willy Gort, City of Miami, one of the pioneers of developing the Little Havana area, and with attorney Angel Castillo, the creator of El Nuevo Herald, the leading Spanish-language daily newspaper in the U.S.  Comm. Gort's grandfather, Wifredo Gort, was one of the first Cuban-Americans to open a business in this area.  As a photographer, he was a regular at the leading events of Miami since the 50s.  Comm. Gort followed in his footsteps by establishing a successful business and later entering the world of politics.  He is also known for his leadership in the Hemispheric Congress of Latin Chambers of CAMACOL (the Latin Chamber of Commerce).

Angel Castillo is a prominent lawyer who became well-known for his contribution to creating El Nuevo Herald, the new version of El Miami Herald.  In addition, he is brilliant journalist and blogger.  Castillo was born in Cuba and is part of the generation of Cuban-Americans who grew up in the U.S. and have made a significant contribution to the development of South Florida.

 

 

 

Hispanic Heritage - Second Program - November 3, 2012

Hispanic Heritage always begins with a poem, written and read by poet Rodrigo de la Luz.  This second program features special guest Tobias Ostrander, Chief Curator of the Miami Art Museum, the leading art museum of Florida.  Ostrander talks about his curating philosophy and the Hispanic artists now represented at the Miami Art Museum, among other topics. From 2001 to 2009 he served as the curator of contemporary art at Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo in Mexico City, where he developed an extensive program of international artists.  Prior to his work in Mexico City, he served as associate curator for inSITE 2000, bi-national art project for San Diego, CA and Tijuana, Mexico. 

Hispanic Heritage - First Program - October 27, 2012

A program dedicated to highlighting important characteristics of Hispanic culture and recognizing some of the leading Hispanics in South Florida.  This first program features an interview with Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen about Hispanics and their importance in the presidential election and poems by Miami writer-artist Rodrigo de la Luz.  Aida Levitan & Julian Linares also interview poet Rodrigo de la Luz about his new book La Luz que se Prolonga.

Cafe con Leche Radio Program

Ivonne Fernández, AARP, interviews Aida Levitan, President of ArtesMiami, Inc., upon her winning the Latina Pioneer of the Year Award, a recognition given at the Hispanic Women of Distinction Luncheon on August 12, 2011.

Interview on the National Museum of the American Latino (NMAL)

Interview with Elliott Rodriguez, CBS Channel 4 in Miami, Florida, on the NMAL Commission study on the possible creation of a national museum in Washington, D.C. that will tell the story of U.S. Latinos to illuminate the American story for the benefit of all.

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