arts scene

  • The first meeting of Wilton Manors’ public art advisory committee yielded a lot of ideas and attendees expressing a desire to bring the city’s art scene into focus.

  • The works of a local gay artist will gain international attention this weekend when thousands of wealthy art collectors descend on South Florida for Art Basel Miami Beach and Art Week Miami, the biggest annual art event in the U.S.

  • Thursday, 1/30

    Cabaret

    "R" returns to the Andrews Living Arts stage, 23 NW 5th St. in Fort Lauderdale, by popular demand. "R" is an unpredictable burlesque, driven by an ensemble of engaging female vocalists performing a wide range of musical genres en route to a glimmering finale. Musical numbers will take you from Old Berlin cabaret and Off Broadway to Hollywood, Las Vegas and even, perhaps, Amsterdam's Red Light District. Stick around for “X,” an American view of sex as told through music and dance. Tickets are $24.99 for each show at AndrewsLivingArts.org.