Shaping Miami into the artistic hub that it's become couldn't have been done without the steady, decades-long priming by The Performing Arts Network (PAN) in North Miami.
PAN's founders have been on the frontlines of Miami's dance and performance scene since the 1980s. Nestled in a narrow commercial strip along West Dixie Highway, PAN's studios have bustled with a myriad of dances; from Caribbean folklore, flamenco and other world dance, to classical and contemporary. With PAN, countless Miami dancers, choreographers, playwrights, and actors had a place where they can get their ideas off the ground.
So when the building faced a devastating fire in 2009, it sent emotional ripples throughout the arts community. Not to worry! It's back with spacious studios and a black box theatre.More »