The Miami Dade College (MDC) Museum of Art + Design (MOAD) will host an informal conversation about the life and times of 1980s Miami at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 11, at the museum, at MDC’s historic Freedom Tower in downtown Miami, 600 Biscayne Blvd. The conversation and exhibition are free and open to the public and will open late during the event.
The conversation with the multi-media photography exhibit FLASHBACK: Miami 1980s will feature exhibition photographers Alexia Fodere, Donna Natale Planas and Charles Trainor, Jr., plus Rick Hirsch, managing editor and 30-year veteran of The Miami Herald; Maj. Delrish Moss, 29-year veteran and spokesperson of the Miami Police Department; Maggie Steber, National Geographic and award-winning photographer; and Ed O’Dell, former anchor and producer of NBC-WTVJ and now director of media relations at Jackson Health System.
FLASHBACK: Miami 1980s is a multi-media art project/exhibition conceived by freelance photographer Alexia Fodere in collaboration with photographers Donna Natale Planas and Charles Trainor Jr. It will be on exhibit through Aug. 10.
For more information about the exhibition, please call 305-237-7700.