Nader Art Museum Latin America and aptART (Awareness & Prevention Through Art) cordially invite you to witness “Refuge In Paint”, a unique and groundbreaking collection of Street Art from youth inside Syria, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq. “Refuge In Paint” is a four-year retrospective exploring the imaginations and aspirations of a generation displaced. The works share ideas and identities of people as they find refuge in paint. Floor to ceiling installations, paintings, photography, prints and films invite you to think beyond conventional media and step inside the world as a displaced person sees it. The exhibition will feature art from over 3,000 youth and a team of local and international artists. The pieces reflect the shared journey of humanity to coexist. All original artwork will be available for purchase at the event. On view March 30 to April 2.
Friday, November 29, 6pm-11pm – Kendall Art Center, 12063 Southwest 131st Avenue, Kendall Kendall Art Center, in collaboration with Presencia Projects presents, “The Repeating Island”. Curated by Roxana M. Bermejo, the exhibition examines particular artistic practices in Cuba, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. For this edition of Miami Art Week 2019, Presencia arrives at Kendall Art Center […]
Wednesday, May 20, 8pm-11pm – Wynwood Brewing Company, 565 NW 24th St, Miami James and Martin are back for a new season of Brew Dogs and this time Miami gets put on the map featuring your very own Wynwood Brewing Company and highlighting friends within South Florida.Â They will be serving up $5 (tax included) Beat […]
Friday, September 28, 6-9pm – The Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables The Gables Hispanic Cultural Foundation & Soriano Foundation Invite you to the unveiling of the Official Festival Poster Armonia Serena By Master Rafael Soriano at the Coral Gables Musuem. 0