News release from MiamiARTzine.com:
MiamiARTzine.com, a program of the Miami Beach Arts Trust, and the online publication that serves the South Florida arts scene, has announced the appointment of James Cubby as editor.
A resident of Miami Beach and a fixture on the South Florida scene since 1996, Cubby is a regular contributor to Where Magazine’s Concierge Newsletter and Wire Magazine. Cubby’s work has been published in Ocean Drive, D’Vox, Genre, Contemporary Woman, Groove, Fashion Times, Miami Metro, Lincoln Road,, SunPost, Closer,, MAP (Music Art People), Public Magazine, Ego Trip Magazine, and the Miami Herald.. He also previously served as the editor of the national fashion/entertainment glossy ZED and the Virginia Arts publication V Magazine.
Cubby is currently working on his second novel, Laurel Avenue while awaiting publication of his first novel South Beach Star. An accomplished photographer, Cubby’s images have been displayed in galleries and have appeared in numerous publications.
MiamiARTzine.com has also announced the addition of Joey Daoud, photojournalist and filmmaker, as Design Editor, along with the 2010 roster of the Miami Beach Arts Trust Board of Directors: Pietro Bonacossa (Secretary), Harvey J. Burstein (Chair), Peter Halpern, Sharon Kersten (Vice-Chair), Dr. Jules Oaklander and Suzanne Val Elrod.
MiamiARTzine.com is entering its fifth year, publishing 24 issues per year, covering the South Florida Arts scene, including theatre, dance, film, music and arts-related events. Each issue also includes a Photo Gallery featuring the people who support the Arts by attending openings, performances and special events.
Publisher and Miami Beach Arts Trust chair Harvey J. Burstein conceived the idea of the online publication to better serve South Florida’s Arts community and Arts lovers. The enthusiastic response from the community has contributed to the growth of MiamiARTzine.com to nearly one million hits per month.
Each issue of MiamiARTzine.com contains original articles and photographs by local writers and photographers who volunteer their time and talent to inform readers about what is going on in the South Florida Arts scene. It also has served as a career conduit for these contributors, as many of the writers and photographers who have worked with MiamiARTzine.com have received other freelance jobs based on their work being seen in, or the contacts they’ve made through, MiamiARTzine.com.