Golden October blooms with Miami's cultural abundance. Don't miss "Philodendron: From Pan-Latin Exotic to American Modern," curated by Christian Larsen, at Wolfsonian-FIU, spanning 3 centuries, showing tropical plants like philodendrun transplanted to North American and European visual arts, architecture, film, fashion, and more. This inspired concept promises inspiring cross-cultural pollination of ideas. More cross-cultural abundance: See photo series by Rachel Harrison in "Voyage of the Beagle, Two" for Bass Museum at Miami Beach Library, curated by José Diaz, examining prehistoric and contemporary figurative stone sculptures. At FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios Affiliate Gallery, see art transforming act of painting by Kimberly Moore, in "Post Semiotics of the Kitchen," curated by Curatorial Practice students Colette Mello and Meg Kaplan. At ArtCenter/South Florida look for cross-cultural challenges to the eye in "Nadie atraviesa la región sin ensuciarse," featuring Regina José Galindo, curated by Roc Laseca.