South Dade Cultural Arts Center


In conjunction with Harris Public Relations, Art Africa presents “Women shifting the arts, culture and technology landscape in South Florida,” a discussion moderated by Carla Hill, Education and Outreach Manager at the South Dade Cultural Arts Center. The panelists are Latoya Stirrup, president of Digital Grass and co-host of Tech, Beat and Bytes; Amy Rosenberg, CEO of Friends of the Underline; Graylyn Swilley-Woods, executive director, Overtown Children and Youth Coalition; and Deborah Briggs, VP of Marketing and Philanthropy at the Betsy Hotel. The free event happens on March 22 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 920 NW 2nd Avenue in Miami. To RSVP, email