Daily Voices Show

October 30, 2020  •  8 Comments

On November 1st is the official opening of our exhibit "Daily Voices". Join us at 5pm Eastern Standard Time via Zoom.  Here is the LINK

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The exhibit is a selection of artwork from a daily photo challenge undertaken by four Miami photographers during the time of quarantine - Inna Malostovker. Cilia Rodriguez, Marta Cubillas, and Pilar Geada. Please see the tab Daily Voices of this website.

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The artwork is on display in the I&M Gallery of the Futurama building located in the heart of the historic Little Havana in Miami from November 1st till December 30th. 1637 SW 8th Street, Miami, Fl.

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The main objective of the exhibit is to share our joy and optimism with the world and to show the artistic side of isolation.

 

 

 


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After her surgery, she posted something to her group: a heartfelt letter she’d written to the final recipient of the surgical chain, whoever they may be.

Ms. Dorland noticed some people she’d invited into the group hadn’t seemed to react to any of her posts.

On July 20, she wrote an email to one of them: a writer named Sonya Larson.

A year later, Ms. Dorland learned that Ms. Larson had written a story about a woman who received a kidney.
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The exhibit is a selection of artwork from a daily photo challenge undertaken by four Miami photographers during the time of quarantine - Inna Malostovker. Cilia Rodriguez, Marta Cubillas, and Pilar Geada. Please see the tab Daily Voices of this website.


The artwork is on display in the I&M Gallery of the Futurama building located in the heart of the historic Little Havana in Miami from November 1st till December 30th. 1637 SW 8th Street, Miami, Fl.


The main objective of the exhibit is to share our joy and optimism with the world and to show the artistic side of isolation.
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Several weeks before the surgery, Ms. Dorland decided to share her truth with others. She started a private Facebook group, inviting family and friends, including some fellow writers from GrubStreet, the Boston writing center where she had spent many years learning her craft.

After her surgery, she posted something to her group: a heartfelt letter she’d written to the final recipient of the surgical chain, whoever they may be.

Ms. Dorland noticed some people she’d invited into the group hadn’t seemed to react to any of her posts.

On July 20, she wrote an email to one of them: a writer named Sonya Larson.

A year later, Ms. Dorland learned that Ms. Larson had written a story about a woman who received a kidney.

Ms. Larson told Ms. Dorland that it was “partially inspired” by how her imagination took off after learning of Ms. Dorland’s donation.
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