Unseen â€“ Interpretations with the Visually Impaired is part of a greater effort to include the blind community in Miami Art Week. Four blind program participants from Miami Lighthouse for the Blind were read a description of the artwork entitled Memorizing PCH. They were asked several questions about what they imagined the piece of art to look like. Artist Julian Smith listened to the recordings and created four unique pieces of art, bringing each personâ€™s feedback to life. Come enjoy this unique emotional augmented reality experience. Opening reception Friday, December 8: 10:30am â€“ 12:30pm, and viewing hours are Friday, December 8 â€“ Sunday, December 10: 11am â€“ 6pm.
Sunday, January 29, 2-8pm -Â The Bubble,Â 810 NE 4 Avenue,Â Fort Lauderdale Beginning January 28th, the last Sunday of every month will be an occasion of yumminess galore as tasty beats and treats are served up at South Florida’s premiere independent art space, the Bubble. DJs Andie Sweetswirl and MIG–the duo behind the wildly successful Digital Love […]
Saturday, January 12, 6pm-10pm – ArtServe, 1350 East Sunrise Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale Join for an evening of art, fashion, music and entertainment at the 20th annual ArtExplosion, plus Fashion Reaction—all in one night! The 2019 ArtExplosion exhibition and opening reception will feature dozens of imaginative and amazing art works in a variety of media from […]
Thursday, October 26, 7pm-10pm – Antidote, 2613 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami Wynwood Arts District Antidote is a carefully curated collection of high fashion, eco-conscious clothing brands aimed at fashionistas looking for conversation-starting closet standouts with heart. The effortlessly chic collection of several designers and brands from around the world offers a wide range of styles. And each one […]