Join a cultural evening to introduce VIDA’s work to the community Â and increase awareness about domestic and sexual violence, and human trafficking. Local photographer and artist, Amy Gelb, and artist Elena Lasala,Â will showcase the impact of these crimes in the lives of immigrant survivors through their art work.Â There will be hors d’oeuvres,Â music, a raffle, and an informational session. General admission is $50.
Saturday, February 28, 8am-1:30pm -Â Casa Bacardi – University of Miami Campus,Â 1531 Brescia Avenue, Coral Gables Students from UF, UM, and FIU will present their conceptual solutions to Cubaâ€™s failing infrastructure at The Cuba Infrastructure Challenge, a scholarship competition sponsored by The Association of Cuban Engineers (ACE) and the Cuban-American Association of Civil Engineers (C-AACE).Â Judges will […]
Thursday, January 10/12, 6:00pm-9:00pm – The Art Place Wynwood, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami Wynwood Arts District The Art Place Wynwood, presents Intrepid WORK, a solo exhibition of simple yet strong, large-scale paintings by Debra Yates.Â In the summer of 2012, Debra Yates won â€˜Best in Showâ€™ at The Art Place Wynwoodâ€™s 1st Annual Juried Painting […]
Tuesday, December 27, 11am-7pm – Eden Roc Renaissance, 4525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach DECL’OR Paris is partnering with ELLE Spa Eden Roc to host DECL’OR Spa Day, which will feature an ultimate relaxation lounge where clients will receive complimentary mini-DECL’OR treatments including reflexology and hand and face massages. Clients will also receive a voucher for […]