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.
Saturday, December 9, 10pm-3am – Yeelen Gallery, 294 Northwest 54th Street, Miami Yeelen Galleryâ€™s annual Art Basel Miami event during the worldâ€™s biggest and most important stops on the cultural calendar during the 2nd week in December 2017. This annual gathering brings together top visual artists, art dealers, art collectors, celebrities and influencers. Back To Black celebrates […]
Wednesday, May 20, 8pm-11pm – Wynwood Brewing Company, 565 NW 24th St, Miami James and Martin are back for a new season of Brew Dogs and this time Miami gets put on the map featuring your very own Wynwood Brewing Company and highlighting friends within South Florida.Â They will be serving up $5 (tax included) Beat […]
Friday, July 5, 6pm-9pm – Conde Contemporary, 204 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables Join the opening of “The Silence Project : Coral Gables” at Conde Contemporary, 204 Miracle Mile, featuring the black and white portraiture of Flor Mayoral. In this iteration of The Silence Project, photographer Flor Mayoral focuses on the people of Coral Gables. She has […]