HEARTS (A cappella group)
A cappella groups sing without musical accompaniment only relying on the tones of the human voice. HEARTbeats, founded by Kamila Manzueta under the faculty mentorship of Professor Janet McDaniel, brings together students who sing, who beatbox, who rap, and more. It is currently led by Gladys Levy, Musical Director and Daniela Duquesne, Executive Director. From the most popular of pop music to classic World War I tunes to lift the spirits of the downtrodden, if it can be sung HEARTbeats will make a showstopping performance of it.
AUDITIONS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR FALL 2017
HEARTbeats auditions usually take place during the first week of school. First there are individual auditions, with a possible call back to participate in a group audition. For the individual auditions, students are asked to prepare 90 seconds of a song of any genre that best showcases their range (i.e. an Adele or Amy Winehouse song might best show off an alto’s voice). No previous musical experience is needed (though it is highly recommended as sheet music is used). During the audition, ranges will be determined, and previous musical experience (if applicable) will be tested. For the call backs, songs will be assigned according to the respective voice parts.
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HEARTS Art Club
The HEARTS Art Club led by Amelia Leon and under the mentorship of Professor Gretchen Scharnagl is starting its activities this Fall 2017!
Join us for the Welcome Meeting on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 4:00pm (EH 150)
Fall 2017 Meetings will take place on alternate Tuesdays from 4:00 to 5:00pm at EH150:
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
No previous experience is required!
The HEARTS Art Club is open to ALL Honors students.
HEARTS Book Club
Students are always reading but how many really read for pleasure? The HEARTS Book Club is a student led group dedicated to the consumption and discussion of the great literary works of the past and modernity under the student leadership of Nicolle Rodriguez and faculty mentorship of Professor Cynthia Dottin and Mary Lou Pfeiffer. This club meets on some Wednesdays of every month to discuss a previously determined book. Any Honors student who has read the book of the month is welcome to attend the meeting.
Meeting of Wednesday, October 25, 2017: Forgotten by Cat Patrick
Meeting of Wednesday, November 15, 2017: TBA
All meetings will be held from 2:00pm to 3:30pm, at DM 233
HEARTS Fashion Club
The HEARTS Fashion Club, a student organization founded and led by Estefania Lastre, explores fashion as an art, a lifestyle, and a business. It has its own fashion/lifestyle e-magazine, The Issue, where members write blog entries targeted at college students on a budget. During club meetings, students work on the e-magazine, have guest speakers, and continue to explore their love of fashion. Members are invited to attend fashion events around Miami and can even participate in fashion shows on and off campus!
During Fall 2017 the group meets on most Mondays at 5:30pm in PC 211. No previous experience is required!
Monday, October 16, 2017
Monday, October 23, 2017
Monday, November 13, 2017
Monday, November 27, 2017
The HEARTS Fashion Club is open to ALL Honors students.
HEARTS Writing Club
The HEARTS Writing Club, founded by Odette Manresa and mentored by Professor Adam Gorelick, caters to students with an appreciation for the written word and the creative art of putting pen to paper. It is currently led by Alberto Garcia Marrero and Aaron Rodriguez-Pupo. This can include poetry or prose, short stories or novels, blogs, texts, you name it! Members are invited to share their own work or works by others whom they admire. Events and workshops are also on the horizon. The aim is to support one another’s creative endeavors and to improve each other’s skills.
During Fall 2017 the group meets every Monday from 3:00pm to 4:00pm at DM 233.
The HEARTS Writing Club is open to ALL Honors students.
Palate Student Magazine
Palate Student Magazine was founded and currently led by Editor-in-Chief, Maria-Jose Ayuso. Palate is an arts journal established in Fall 2015 that features visual and literary art of the FIU student body. Their mission is to provoke student thought and highlight interdisciplinary approaches. Ultimately, they want to create exposure for FIU creatives to showcase their work and provide community events in the arts. View their first publication here!
All meetings are reserved for Palate Magazine editorial staff members. Positions are currently closed for the academic year. Submissions will open for visual and literary works at the beginning of Spring Semester 2018.
HEARTS New York Trip 2018
THE 2018 PROGRAM IS FULL — COME BACK FOR THE 2019!
HEARTS does New York! Spend 5 days in the city on an arts & culture feast!
WHEN WILL YOU GO ON THE TRIP?
Spring Break 2018: March 12 to March 16, 2018
WILL WE BE MEETING BEFORE THE TRIP?
Yes. There will be around 4 orientation meetings
WHAT IS THE FOCUS?
Art, theatre, history, architecture, culture
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
Activities: visits to Grand Central Station, the New York Public Library, the Empire State Building, Times Square, the Metropolitan Museum, Central Park, 9/11 Memorial and museum, Museum of Modern Art, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, The Brooklyn Museum & Botanical Garden, 2 Broadway shows (TBD) and more!
WHAT DOES IT COST?
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
– Hotel accommodations (double occupancy, wi-fi)
– Transportation to and from the city
– New York Pass (90+ Attractions)
– Group visits, activities
– 2 Broadway shows
– Private guided tours in the MET and MoMA museums
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED?
– $150 Deposit
– MetroCard ($30)
– All Meals
– Personal expenses
It works on a first come, first serve basis! Only 10 spots available!
HOW DO YOU REGISTER?
1) Bring a $150 money order or cashier check ONLY made out to Jackson Travel Group to DM 233. This non-refundable deposit will secure your spot
2) Keep making your payments as instructed below
3) Attend the Orientation meetings (dates TBA)
|SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS||1st Payment|
|NY Trip 2018||Mon, December 11, 2017||$300*|
|Mon, January 8, 2018||$300*|
|Thu, February 1, 2018||$245*
HEARTS@themovies currently sponsored by the HEARTS Writing Club offers a movie, popcorn, and a discussion. Students are introduced to classic, contemporary, all genres, and all nationalities type of movies. The common denominator: they have to be really good!