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With a little shopping around, you can still enjoy Miami-Dade’s cultural scene while on a budget. Many organizations have discount programs and some even have free admission on certain days. Check out the links below, which are only a few of the many opportunities available. Call the organization today and ask about their discounts – not just for students but all discounts. A couple of minutes on the phone can help you save you lots of money.

Curated as part of Pulse Points at the New World Center, #FiveFilms4Freedom is the first global digital LGBT short-film program that include both drama and documentaries and tell stories of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender experiences. Now in its third year, the British Council in partnership with the British Film Institute, present its newest crop of five short films. This year, all five films are from the UK to mark the 50th anniversary, in 2017, of the decriminalization of homosexuality in the UK - a landmark moment from human rights. 


Arsht Center offers great group discounts for student groups 15 or more, for selected performances. Contact Group Sales at 786-468-2326 or groupsales@arshtcenter.org.

On Saturday, May 27, 2017, from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM, World OutGames has partnered with PAMM and Equinox for a Celebrity ARTworkOUT (details to be announced). Take in the splendor of the beautiful bay of Miami while giving yourself a cardio workout in a welcoming and inclusive environment.

The Seminole Theatre Players is calling auditions for roles in the production of Hairspray, the musical, and we want to see YOU in the show!  All ages, types, and experience levels are encouraged to audition.   There are two days of open calls - you only need to attend ONE day of open calls.  


Free admission to regular concerts.


­ Same-day discount at select theaters; free movies

The Favorite Poem Project in partnership with the Betsy South Beach, Miami Book Fair International, O Miami and the Poetry Foundation, will host a Favorite Poem World OutGames reading on Sunday, May 28th, 2017. Fifteen readers will share a favorite poem and talk about why they love it. The event will feature local readers as well as WorldOut Games participants from around the world. The idea is for people outside of the professional world of poetry to read aloud poems they admire by the likes of Emily Dickinson, Pablo Neruda, Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Walt Whitman.

The creativity of Vladimir Rios along with the photography of Lester Blum has been endeavoring to raise awareness on issues of social relevance first with their photography narratives, Warrior of Hope and I Still Remember both of which focused on HIV/AIDS from different points of view, and now with their new exhibition Invisible, which has previously been presented to the public in New York.

Artists Within Reach: Notes to my Younger Self is a FREE master class and workshop series that employs artists and cultural icons as speakers who utilize their own past narratives as a guidepost toward youth development. Project participants engage in real life-to-life dialogues and share similar growing experiences as a way of addressing and combating obstacles toward self-discovery and encourage mutual understanding.