Join local and international scholars to reflect on how we have lived with water now and in the past, in Miami, Spain, Italy, The Netherlands, and the ocean in between. How can we imagine living with water in the future? How can our local experience of coastal co-existence with the sea inspire an awareness of our common global interconnections? This program takes place in Vizcayaâ€™s historic Garage, across the street from the Main House and Gardens. The Garage is not currently open to the public and shares the parking lot with the former Science Museum on the west side of South Miami Avenue.
Thursday, February 03, 6:30-8:30pm – St Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Nepenthe Garden, 2750 McFarlane Road, Coconut Grove Please join us for light hors d’oeuvres, live music and cocktails and meet this coveted poster artist David Yuan. There will be a silent auction and presentation of this year’s unique humanitarian art exhibit, Hope Floats, by 10 […]
Saturday, January 21, 6pm -Â Gusman Theater, Gusman Hall,Â 174 East Flagler Street, Miami The M. Athalie Range Cultural Arts Foundation will present itsÂ 15th Gala: A Musical Celebration of Life, a fundraising event to provid support to talented young African-Americans who are pursuing professional careers in entertainment. The evening will pay tribute to Thelma Gibson, H.T. Smith, […]
December 1 – 6, 11am-8pm – The Art Miami/CONTEXT Pavilions, 2901 NE 1st Avenue, MiamiÂ Midtown Art Miami will return for its 26th edition this December, maintaining its title as the original and longest-running Miami art fair. As the No. 1 ranked international art fair for attendance in the U.S. and second-most attended globally, Art Miami […]