BEYOND VIZCAYA

Beyond Vizcaya is a storytelling project connecting past and present through the personal accounts of experts and enthusiasts.

Participants focus on themes of migration, labor and cultural identity that are central to the origins and ongoing evolution of Vizcaya and south Florida as a whole.

Stonewall: Legacy of rebellion 55 years later

Identity, LGBTQ Stories

LGBTQ+ Stories of the Past

LGBTQ Stories

Greg Baldwin: Oral History

Identity, LGBTQ Stories

Richard Blanco: Identity Through Art

Identity, LGBTQ Stories

Dr. Jaeson Clayborn: Entomophagy and the Future of Food

Climate & Environment

Goombay Coconut Grove 2023

Black Miami, Community Stories

Queer Identity in the Early 20th Century

LGBTQ Stories

Dr. Meryl Shriver-Rice: Digital Anthropology

Climate & Environment

Cultural Heritage Conservation in the Era of Climate Change

Climate & Environment

Predicting the Unthinkable: A Look Inside Hurricane Forecasting Technology

Climate & Environment

Nina Jean Louis: Resilience against Climate Change

Climate & Environment

Preserving Natural Ecosystems in The Face of Climate Change

Climate & Environment

An Eye to History: Learning from Miami’s past to build a sustainable future

Climate & Environment

Nick Christodoulidis: Translating the Historic to the Digital

Community Stories

David Hardy: Impact Climate Change Has on Native Plant Species

Climate & Environment

Vizcaya’s Executive Director – Joel Hoffman

Community Stories

Beyond Vizcaya Season 2: Climate and the Natural Environment

About, Climate & Environment

William Edgecombe Jr: Inheriting a Legacy

Black Miami, Identity, Migration

Geraldine O’Hallorans: Learning Environmental Sustainability

Climate & Environment, Community Stories

From Cuba to Miami: Interview with Director Carmen Valdivia

Migration

Sara Ayers-Rigsby: Protecting Florida’s Past for the Future

Climate & Environment

Cynthia Barnett: Sounds of the Sea

Climate & Environment

Settling into early Coconut Grove

Black Miami, Migration

Climate Change + Access: Feb. 28 Livestream Chat

Climate & Environment

Where the River of Grass Meets the Sea

Climate & Environment

May 16 Livestream: A Digital Future for South Florida’s Natural and Cultural Heritage

Climate & Environment

Eustace Edgecombe: 52 Years at Vizcaya

Black Miami, Migration

Take A Deep Dive with Evan B. Forde

Black Miami, Climate & Environment

Ernesto Marrero: “I do want to live like this”

Climate & Environment, Community Stories

Times of Pirates

Black Miami, Migration

Sarah Lestrade: Learning communal connection

Black Miami, Climate & Environment, Community Stories

Caribbean Migration

Black Miami, Migration

Gary Bremen: Climate Superheroes

Climate & Environment

Ian Simpkins: Disaster and Recovery in Vizcaya’s Gardens

Climate & Environment, LGBTQ Stories

From Haiti to Miami

Black Miami, Identity, Migration

The Tequesta

Migration

The Great Freeze

Migration

Beyond Vizcaya + Sant La: Conversations on Climate

Black Miami, Climate & Environment, Community Stories

Ella Holgersohn

Migration

Climate Against Humanity: Livestream Chat

Climate & Environment

Rebecca Peterson: What Community Means To Me

Climate & Environment

Jay Goda: The Golden House

Black Miami, Climate & Environment

Caroline Lewis: One Bad Hurricane Away

Climate & Environment

Yadira Capez: “Just Jump and Say ‘Weeee'”

Climate & Environment

Lauren Leonardi: Rising Tides

Climate & Environment

Andreana Diaz: My Miami Story

Climate & Environment

May 16 Livestream: Behind the Scenes

Climate & Environment

HistoryMiami & Vizcaya: Share Your Story

Black Miami, Community Stories

West African Symbolism in Ironwork Across the East Coast

Black Miami, Labor, Migration

Climate Change + Access: Behind the Scenes

Preserving Heritage Communities with Archaeology

Climate & Environment

Beyond Vizcaya: An Introduction

About

Share Your Story

About, Black Miami

Meet the host Oldine Monestime

About, Black Miami

Jeff Guin: Caretakers of Legacy

Climate & Environment

Emma Thomson: Our Coral Reef

Climate & Environment

Ecosystems of Vizcaya

Climate & Environment

Ep 3 – The Forgotten History of Black Coconut Grove

Black Miami, Community Stories

Ep 2 – The Forgotten History of Black Coconut Grove

Black Miami, Community Stories

Ep 1 – The Forgotten History of Black Coconut Grove

Black Miami, Community Stories

The Operation Pedro Pan Exhibition

Identity

How Black Bahamians built Vizcaya and shaped Miami

Black Miami, Identity

The American Dream: E.W.F. Stirrup

Black Miami, Labor

Oldine Monestime

Identity

State Senator Shevrin Jones

Black Miami, Identity, LGBTQ Stories

4Ward Miami

Identity, LGBTQ Stories

Funded by the Knight Foundation

About

Blacksmithing: Then and Now

Labor

My Daddy Made The Sidewalks

Labor

In The Gardens

Labor

Traveling For Work

Black Miami, Labor

The Bahamian Work Force

Labor

Staff Stories

Community Stories

The First Superintendent

Labor

Vizcaya Construction

Black Miami, Labor

Rebecca Peterson

Community Stories