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.
Tuesday, July 31, 10pm – Miami Ad School, 571 NW 28th Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District Miami’s resident DIY blogger and craft genius Amber Kemp-Gerstel of Damask Love hosted a late night viewing party to celebrate her coveted spot as one of 8 “makers” across the country to compete in a crafting competition on NBC’s new prime-time TV […]
Wednesday, October 7, 6pm-9pm – Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, 3251 S Miami Ave, Miami Enjoy the rare opportunity to explore Inside Vizcaya in the Evening. Visit the Main House in the evening for cocktails and light bites available for purchase. Check your expectations at the door and join a guided mini-tour where we’ll check out […]
Saturday, March 17, 7pm-12am – The Bubble Gallery, 810 NE 4th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale Great Master works of art and creativity are often birthed from pain and challenge. Throughout history, inspired minds have used the occurrence of pain to further their endeavors and serve as inspiration for great works. â€˜The Art of Painâ€™ asks each […]