The Williams McCall Gallery will feature the work of renowned photographer David Evans, whose favorite subjects are underserved indigenous people in developing countries – especially women, newly empowered to shape their own destinies. The portfolio on view highlights a group of traditional silk weavers in central Madagascar, who are just gaining access to sustainable, international, fair-trade markets. The impact of this new income is immediate and generational. Meet the artist who will speak at 7 p.m. The work will be on display through November 24, and a portion of each sale goes to the Federation Sahalandy Reforestation Project.
Wednesday, August 7, 9pm-1am – Grand Floridian Yacht Boarding at Bill Bird Marina (Haulover Beach Inlet), 10800 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Join NABJ-South Florida for a night on Miami’s Intracoastal Waterway, to kick off #NABJ19 and raise money to help send journalism students to college. Come party with a great purpose in mind, to honor Sheryl Underwood, DJ […]
Monday, October 27, 6pm – 9pm â€“ Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Dr., Miami Beach Celebrate Miamiartzine‘s 9-year anniversary in an evening of art, music, food, drink, silent auction and fundraising at Miami Beach Botanical Gardens. Live music by Cachi and His Salsa Jazz Ensemble, provided by KCC Productions. Enjoy a live dance […]
Friday, April 28, 6pm-10pm – Blank Canvas Gallery, 46 NW 36th St, Miami Wynwood Arts District Blank Canvas Gallery invites you to discover phenomenon POP Artist XOLO CANTILLO. As the main element, the enigmatic force of the jaguar psychotropic added to the magical gulgleand culture of the tropical Caribean, XOLO has been inspired for his first show in […]