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The BEST Way to Experience ArtSpeak

The BEST Way to Experience ArtSpeak



SEVENTEEN complimentary editions of our Inspicio Arts branded e-Magazine are ready for installation and download to your Apple iPad (preferably) and iPhone from the Apple App Store.  The first two editions of our ArtSpeak branded e-Magazine (Volume 9, Number 2, and Volume 10, Number 1) were published in November, 2023, and May, 2024.

We should note that ever since the Covid-19 pandemic gripped the world, we have been recording video interviews via Zoom. While the videos present the same high-quality, in-depth content you have come to expect from ArtSpeak, the quality of the Zoom-recorded video and audio is similar to the mixed results we see every day on TV news programs.

ArtSpeak Volume 10, Number 1 includes video conversations with artist Carlos Betancourt, dancer Cameron Basden, Pulitzer Prize recipient Michael Cunningham, playwright & actor David Rosenberg, poet Major Jackson, film scholar Christina Lane, filmmaker Damian Romay, journalism scholar David Park, operatic tenor Limmie Pulliam, and cartoonist Roz Chast.

If you have already installed the ArtSpeak or Inspicio APP on your iPad or iPhone, simply click on the desktop icon and the new edition should appear.  If you have not previously installed it, follow the instructions below.


How to Install the Complimentary ArtSpeak App 

for iPads & iPhones 

It’s Simple.

Click on the Apple App Store icon on the desktop of your Apple mobile device.

Search for “artspeak miami.”  Install the complimentary App, and download the 19 e-Magazines.

You can also view all 19 issues on Digital Commons, an international archival network.

ArtSpeak is an arts publication platform sponsored by the FIU Lee Caplin School of Journalism & Media in Florida International University’s College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts (CARTA).

Throughout history, the arts and humanities have been an instrument for identifying, discussing, and enacting positive social change. I hope what you read, hear, and see in ArtSpeak adds value to your appreciation of the arts in Miami and South Florida.

– Raymond Elman, founding editor-in-chief