The African Heritage Cultural Arts Centers presents The Black Life Experience, an evening of visual art and live music at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center. Guest will be greeted in the courtyard by the sounds & visual light show of DJ TARIQUE and live painting performances. The Amadlozi Gallery opening exhibition, curated by Aramis O’Reilly will premier works featuring national artists, Donovan Crony, Edward Drew, and Miami native, Robert McKnight. The evening will transition to a live neo-soul concert in the Narcisse Theater at 8pm, where patrons will hear the sounds of rising stars and AHCAC alumni, Courtney Mickens and Nicole Clark. Passed hors d’oeuvres will be served by Northwestern Culinary Academy. The Amadlozi exhibition is free to attend; neo-soul concert tickets are $15. For more info call 305-638-6771 or email [email protected].
Saturday, October 22, 9am-1:30pm -Â Mercy Hospital Bayside Pavillon,Â 3641 South Miami Avenue,Â Miami Join us for our 4th Annual Miami Schools Fair and Conference to preview renowned preschools, private and public schools. From year to year, this fair has provided Miami families an opportunity to learn about the various school options by talking directly to representatives from […]
Friday, May 20, 6pm-8pm – Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami Attend a reception in Vizcaya’s Pool Grotto, traditionally closed to the public, for an evening celebrating a new book on the life and works of the elusive muralist Robert Winthrop Chanler. Guests will have the rare opportunity to experience Chanler’s decorative […]
Saturday, April 5, 2pm-9pm – Bloomingdaleâ€™s at The Falls, Level 1, 8778 S.W. 136th Street, Miami Bloomingdaleâ€™s has partnered with Communities In Schools of Miami (CIS) to host a shopping soiree with 10% of tracked sales benefitting the charity.Â Shop till you drop at Bloomingdaleâ€™s at The Falls on Saturday, April 5th while enjoying live musical […]