Slow Art Day started in 2009 as an experimental program with the hypothesis to see if it was possible to make great art more enjoyable and accessible to the general public – i.e. to share the “secret” that art experts, curators, educators, artists and others know: that if you look slowly, you will see. Come be “inspired not tired” from a diverse panel of speakers and plan to return to the museum again and again.
Monday, September 21, 7pm-8:30pm – Online Join Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts for a nationwide watch of John Lewis: Good Trouble, uniting audiences from more than 50 nonprofit arts organizations around the country, to reflect on the life and work of Congressman John Lewis. After renting the film, tune into a live virtual […]
Friday, August 12, 6:30-10pm – Museum of the Americas, 2500 NW 79th Avenue, Suites #104 and #108, Doral The Museum of the Americas cordially invites you and your guests to the opening of the exhibitions “7 Artists from 7 Countries” featuring Verena Brassel (Switzerland), Wanda Dilan (Puerto Rico), Mayda Duran Colmenares (Colombia), Fondevila (Spain), Uchenna […]
Monday, September 8, 6pm-8:30pm -Â Miami Center for Architecture and Design,Â 100 NE 1st Avenue,Â Miami By the end of the 21st century, beaches will be a thing of the past. That is the alarming forecast of a growing number of scientists and environmental NGOs. Sand Wars takes us around the world as it tracks the contractors, sand […]