During the summer the de la Cruz Collection hosted a series of artist-led workshops providing local art students and teachers the opportunity to learn about different ways of relating sculpture to space. For Monochromatic Sculpture and Spatial Installation, students, along with Miami-based artist Cara Despain, created a site-specific installation inside the project room at the collection. Limited to a monochromatic palette, participants chose and dipped found objects in black paint, created textures using black fabric, cellophane, paper, and different paint finishes to produce a variety of sculptural compositions that alter the existing space.
Saturday, September 27, 6pm-10pm -Â Cadence Pop-up Gallery,Â 435 N Andrews Avenue, No. 2, Fort Lauderdale Urban Swamp is a nativeâ€™s reflection of her romance with South Floridaâ€™s tropical canopy and itâ€™s unique wetlands. Each work is a fusion of organic and man-made, exploring the coexistence of established plant life and urban development. Urban Swamp is a […]
Thursday, March 15, 7-9pm – Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden continues its Art Lecture Series with Cathy Leff of the Wolfsonian – FIU Museum. Fairchild’s lecture series, running through March, features respected scholars, art collectors, museum curators and distinguished art experts providing an exciting look into […]
Saturday, April 2, 10pm-5am – The Bunker at 1826, 1826 Collins Ave, Miami Beach Submission South Beach welcomes you to the whacky world of the Bizarre, Freakish, Strange & Most Outlandish event known as “Twisted Circus”. This is one of most creative & vibrant themed events of the year. The Submission team will have plenty […]