Miami New Media Festival

 Miami New Media Festival is a public art platform, created by Arts Connection Foundation, which aims to promote video, film, and performance, among a wide audience. MNMF was founded in Miami Florida in 2006, and happen every year during Fall season. With various art activities including screenings, video mapping, audio-visual live performances, workshops, exhibitions and lectures, MNMF weaves video art with the audience, enabling a new possibility of public art.

This festival encourages public participation of artists' 15-years-old and older, with no nationality or residency restrictions. The MNMF is open to all audiences, artists, art students, scholars, academic institutions, curators, collectors, institutions and companies, as well as all members of the community.

DBA Miami New Media Festival
Registration Number: G1800000984
FEI/EIN Number: 51-06111902

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IAM Venezuela

Its is an initiative from the Arts Connection Foundation, dedicated to the documentation, assessment, and protection of  Venezuelan cultural heritage. It is also part of the IAMonuments regional initiative.

It is focussed on protecting national assets, movable and inmovable; keeping track of the situation of current Venezuelan cultural heritage; and educating citizens and training professionals through workshops about registration, conservation, and restoration of national heritage.

Lines of action:

* Reach of Venezuelan cultural heritage and its current situation.

* Civic education and professional training through workshops on registration, conservation and restoration of heritage.

* Protection of assets, property and real estate.

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Art Fashion Week

It is an event that places fashion and art under the spotlight through the proposals of young artists who use fashion to express ideas or designers that explore the language of art. The AFW runway enables different proposals to gather for two days in Miami, Florida, with the curatorship of the Arts Connection Foundation’s consultant team.

Art and fashion have always had spaces of coincidence. Many fashion designers use art as a means of inspiration for their fabrics, shapes, materials and even to achieve unexpected pieces. Likewise, art has used fashion to reach other audiences, to achieve other showcases.

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