The National Wildlife Federation and Florida Immigrant Coalition are joining forces to cohost an art exhibition and community dialogue on climate impacts in Miami and what the we can do to shape our future for people and wildlife. Weâ€™ll hear from renowned local artist Xavier Cortada as well as representatives of diverse array of groups, including immigrantsâ€™ rights NGOs, climate activists, government, and academics. Admission is free.
Monday, July 20, 10am-12pm – Kroma Gallery,Â 3670 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove With a growing number of locals and visitors seeking to experience and explore Greater Miami’s vibrant multicultural heritage neighborhoods, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s (GMCVB) Multicultural Tourism Department, in partnership with KROMA Gallery and the Coconut Grove Collaborative will unveil the new […]
Wednesday, May 30, 7pm-9pm – Museum of Art and Design at MDC Freedom Tower, 600 Biscayne Blvd, Miami This panel will discuss how to activate “creative placemaking” initiatives, and how to balance communities’ mobilization (or lack thereof), the top-down approaches of policy-makers, and the profit drives of urban developers. Recently, “placemaking” has become a buzzword […]
Wednesday, September 23, 5pm-8pm – Body & Soul, 3183 SW 38th Court, Coconut Grove Join in celebrating the grand opening of VitaSquad secondary lounge location in the Miami-Dade area. Attendees of the event will have the opportunity to meet staff, enjoy cocktails from sponsors, enter the raffle, receive discount vouchers, and get to take advantage […]