Join Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts to explore how music has been an influence in the social justice movement. The panelists will break down songs that are considered songs of freedom and have been part of the coded language in the struggle for freedom. The series kicks off with Songs of Freedom, an exploration into the role of music in social justice movements.
Friday, July 13, 6-10pm – The Art Place Wynwood, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami Wynwood Arts District You are invited to the â€œJuried Painting Showâ€ VIP Opening Reception at The Art Place Wynwood, and the First Annual Juried Painting Show featuring the works of nineteen, talented painters from around the state and beyond. The exhibition […]
Tuesday, May 9, 6pm-10pm – Park Grove, 2701 S. Bayshore Drive, Coconut Grove City Theatre hosted a special 2017 season preview of exciting plays and musicals followed by dinner under the stars at Park Grove, overlooking Biscayne Bay. The evening included sneak peek performances from the company’s nationally-recognized Summer Shorts: America’s Short Play Festival, excerpts […]
Tuesday, April 26, 5pm-7pm -Â Miami Beach Regional Library, 227 22nd Street, Miami Beach The Bass Museum of Art‘s bassX gallery will host the Opening Reception for Human Factory by Miami-based sculptor and designer Emmett Moore. The artist creates inventive pieces that combine objects to test the limits of their form and function. Using standard calculations […]