Miami-Dade County’s cultural affairs unit, which opened a $50M arts center last fall, is reviewing its PR and advertising relationships with an RFP process through the end of the month.

The RFP, released Feb. 2, breaks down into two service categories – marketing/advertising, and media/PR. Agencies can pitch one or both.

The Department of Cultural Affairs, which is funded by private sources, the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the state of Florida, city and county, opened the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center in October. The Miami Herald noted the two-building center was the culmination of a nearly 20-year effort launched to rebuild an area decimated by Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

Deadline for proposals is Feb. 23. View the RFP at