The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU introduces two new exhibitions, both of which feature art as a tool to establish identity: How we see ourselves and how we perceive others, now and in the past. The two exhibitions, Six Degrees of Separate Nations: Ebony G. Patterson and Peterson Kamwathi, and Borders of Paradise: In the Eyes of Explorers, will have an opening reception on Saturday, June 8, 2013. The wine and hors dâ€™oeuvres reception is open to the public and free of charge.Â The opening reception will be preceded by a panel discussion with the artists, the curator and guest speaker, Professor Patricia Saunders, at 4pm, also at the Frost Art Museum.
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 […]
Sunday, September 23, 3â€“5pm -Â FIU North Campus, Wolfe University Center Ballroom, 3000 N.E. 151st Street,Â North Miami The South Florida Shandong Association has announced that multiple Emmy Award-winning broadcast and print journalist Julia Yarbough will emcee The MId-Autumn Reception Honoring Confucius. The South Florida Shandong Association is a nonprofit organization focused on increasing economic, cultural and […]
Friday, February 12, 7pm-11pm – Florida Memorial University, 15800 NW 42nd Ave, Miami Gardens The annual Greek Step Show and Concert is creating quite a buzz on campus and in the community. Every year we attract hundreds of alumni and friends onto the historic campus to cheer on their favorite steppers. This year weâ€™re thrilled […]