The Bakehouse Art Complex, South Florida’s premier center for emerging and mid-career artists, presents its wildly popular Annual Art Raffle Fundraiser, Lucky You!, now in its fifth year. Lucky You! 5 will feature the work of more than 70 local artists, live music by AMTRAC, a special Lucky Lounge for BAC Members and VIPs sponsored by Chivas Regal, wine by Jordan Vineyard and Winery, fabulous food, and celebrity host Roxanne Vargas, host of “6 in the Mix” and entertainment reporter on NBC 6 South Florida. Tickets are $45 in advance or $50 at the door. Love a piece? Buy a raffle ticket for $10 and place it in its corresponding box in the Audrey Love Gallery. Then, stick around to enjoy everything Lucky You! 5 has to offer. Each year, this event brings local artists and art enthusiasts together to help support the BAC and its extensive year-round programming. The proceeds from Lucky You provide essential funding for the organization’s exhibitions and special events that maintain it as one of the most unique art facilities in the Wynwood Arts District and South Florida. Free valet parking is available for this event.
Sunday, June 6, 5:30pm – Island SPACE Caribbean Museum at Westfield Broward, 8000 W Broward Blvd. #1422, Fort Lauderdale This global launch and fundraiser is an immersive digital showcase where the museum is the star! Viewers will embark on a virtual journey illustrating the rich history of the Caribbean region and celebrating the influence its […]
Wednesday, October 2, 6pm-8pm – The Sacred Space Miami, 105 NE 24th St, Miami Wynwood Arts District Join in launching a new event series featuring Democratic women stepping up to lead and run in 2020. All funds raised benefit Ruth’s List efforts to recruit, train and support Democratic women running for state and local office. […]
Wednesday, March 8, 4pm-6pm – The LAB Miami, 400 Northwest 26th Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District This talk will examine the use of shadow, blur, graininess, and reflection in the work of the postwar photographers Robert Frank, William Klein, and Ralph Eugene Meatyard as a response to the rhetoric of Cold War containment. In contrast […]