Miami based artist Michael Gellatly will assemble a large group of photographs, a few paintings, and a number of drawings. His characters make poetically odd connections during these bizarre times. In Gellatlyâ€™s hybridizing method of depiction, he constructs surreal stand-ins for aspects of humanity using embellished, outfitted gourds. His once darkly erotic creatures have been exhumed from the depths of their indulgences, and in a mixed-metaphor move, he positions them among flotillas of icebergs, at once becoming future refugees. The gourds’ earlier personas, now alongside this new bellwether for global warming and sea level rise, expose their beauty and vulnerabilities within this threat.
Sunday, December 30, 2pm – Coconut Grove King Mango Strut annual parade (a Miami tradition in its 37th year) is an irreverent take on events and people – and South Florida’s unique contributions. Expect all notable politicians to to be pilloried in the jaws of humor and irony. There are marchers, floats, music, and often […]
Saturday, June 15, 12pm-4pm – The Senator Course at Shula’s Golf Club, 7601 Miami Lakes Dr, Miami Lakes Love Yours M&D will host its first annual Father’s Day Luncheon at Don Shula’s American Steakhouse in Miami Lakes. Fathers will experience a wonderful day set aside just for them. The event will consist of a delicious lunch, light […]
Thursday, August 25, 6:30pm-8:30pm – Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables The public is invited to attend the centennial celebration for our National Park Service at the Coral Gables Museum. The museum presents “This Land Is Your Land: A Second Century For America’s National Parks,” an exhibit endorsed and supported by NPS that […]