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35th Miami Book Fair. Don’t get lost, download the guide here! https://www.miamibookfair.com/downloadable-guide/
The Street Fair is from November 16 to 18, but the conversations with artists start with Laura Esquivel, in Spanish with simultaneous interpretation to English on Sunday, November 11 at 4 pm (Auditorium, Building 1, 2nd Floor). Free Parking available at 500 NE 2nd Ave. (enter the garage on BE 5th St. Bet 1st and 2nd Ave, tell the guard you are coming to the fair, he will smile and let you in!
See Florida through the eyes of the artists with Boca Raton Museum of Art’s new exhibition “Imagining Florida”. The exhibition takes a look into the beauty of nature and the industrialization of the cities to be commercialized and touristic. This exhibition juxtaposes both unknown and renowned painters alike who have visited Florida, to show their own distinct visions of the exotic beauty surrounding them.
Encourage the next generation of young artists with Artful Playdates–a workshop for kids at the Frost! In this fun event, pre-k level kids and their families can explore new ways of learning through activities that promote language development, reading, and collaborative play.
Join the Perez Art Museum Miami for their film in conjunction with their specialized exhibition on some of the most influential contemporary artists of today. Their land art has broken barriers in the art world and challenged our modern view of environmental issues with their scale and symbolism. Come to see their path to greatness with the four-part series at PAMM.
Saturday, November 17, 2 – 5 pm: Opening Reception of Carolina Sardi: Space as Form at PanAmerican Art Projects (254 NE 67th Ave. Little Haiti). Curated by Alejandro Machado. On view until January 5, 2019.
LnS GALLERY (2620 SW 28th Lane, Miami) continues their second fall exhibition season with ARCIMBOLDO’S GHOSTS, a visual treasure hunt alighting heart and intellect by Cuban-born, American artist Arturo Rodríguez, one of Miami’s most prominent and achieved artists. Visitors will feast sensorially through his work on Saturday, November 17 for an opening reception in Coconut Grove.
Join Vizcaya for the biggest event of the year tonight from 7pm-midnight! The Vizcaya ball includes all the best of any ball–glamour, fashion, an auction, gourmet dinners, dancing, and fireworks–but with a twist. This year’s theme will include a look into the exotic beauty of the Middle East, with talks on how Eastern influenced shaped the architecture of the historic masterpiece. Dress for the occasion, enjoy the elegance of the night and make sure to donate to Vizcaya to ensure that the magical location is preserved for many years to come.
Calling all artists, museum-goers, and fashionistas, this event is for you! Join ICA from 1-4pm today for a family event for all ages, in which participants can experience interactive art projects, live performances, and more. Make sure to wear your best fashion forward outfit–from exciting streetwear to sculptural garments and cutting-edge design to keep with the theme.
Join the Boca Raton Museum of Art for a chance to hear the brilliant voices of Palm Beach Opera’s Apprentice Artists. These singers will be presenting a vibrant concert of arias and songs surrounded by the works in the galleries in this special afternoon event. See the current exhibitions after for a full experience of the museum.
Start the week off today, Monday the 19th from 10-6pm with a pleasant day of museum-going at the PAMM or the Wolfsonian. Museums are typically known for being closed on Mondays worldwide, but in Miami, there is something to do every day of the week. See the modern and contemporary art that lies within the halls of PAMM, or see the design marvels in the Wolfonian, both have remarkable collections that don’t disappoint.
Join the Adrienne Arsht Center on Monday, November 19th for Market Mondays! Take a look into the local and home-grown food industry with a farmer’s market at 4pm, and Chef Allen’s Farm-to-Table Dinner at 6:30 where those who register can have a five-course, plant-based dinner inspired by the fresh and local produce of the Farmers Marketplace. Not only that, enjoy a night of art with a public mural reception in the Thompson Plaza for Brazilian Muralists Eduardo Kobra’s piece on the Carnival Tower.
Join the Coral Gables Museum for an adventure to the desert, into the wild west for a history of our native people in celebration of Thanksgiving. Journey through stories of pioneers of the wild west through themed games, scavenger hunt, outdoor & indoor activities, arts making, and more.
Happy Holidays from Art Circuits! In celebration of Thanksgiving, the Art Circuits team would like to thank you for visiting our website or downloading our app to support the local Miami artistic community. Unfortunately, today museums and galleries are closed, but make sure to check the “Today” section of the Art Circuits app (for free on Android and iPhones) or subscribe to the website to receive daily updates on what is going on in the city.
Saturday Nov. 24, 7 – 9 at Arturo Mosquera space: art@work (1245 SW 87th Ave) solo exhibition by Mary Larsen and a Performance at 8 pm by David Rohn.Place Disrupted by Larsen on view until February 21, 2019.
Saturday, November 24th; 8-10pm; South Dade Cultural Arts Center
Go back in time to the 60s, 70s, and 80s with Decades Rewind at the South Dade Cultural Arts Center! Listen to the classic tunes from back in the day performed live by a show band, backed by three huge video screens showing classic American pop culture, concert lighting, world-class choreography, and over a hundred era specific costume changes. The audience is encouraged to show their excitement by singing along, dancing and enjoying the live show with hits by all of music history’s favorites.
Enjoy a day of beauty and relaxation with the Coral Gables Museum on the Miami canals. Starting the day off with a self-guided audio exhibition tour, the day will proceed with a bus ride to the waterways where a stunning amount of natural beauty, wildlife, architecture and hidden gems of the city can be seen and admired.
Experience the arts for free with Miami Dade College Museum of Art and Design on the last Sunday of every month. Enjoy a family program from 2-4pm just for the kids, in order to encourage the next generation in the arts with workshops and fun activities and games for all ages. Parents and adults, don’t feel left out! Visit the exhibitions available, like By the People: Designing a Better America while they are shown.
Monday, November 26th, 10am-6pm, Perez Art Museum Miami, Wolfsonian Museum FIU
Start the week off with a pleasant day of museum-going at the PAMM or the Wolfsonian. Museums are typically known for being closed on Mondays worldwide, but in Miami, there is something to do every day of the week. See the modern and contemporary art that lies within the halls of PAMM, or see the design marvels in the Wolfonian, both have remarkable collections that don’t disappoint.
Monday, November 26th, 4-8pm, Adrienne Arsht Center Miami
Join the Adrienne Arsht Center for Market Mondays! Take a look into the local and home-grown food industry with a farmer’s market at 4pm, and Chef Allen’s Farm-to-Table Dinner at 6:30 where those who register can have a five-course, plant-based dinner inspired by the fresh and local produce of the Farmers Marketplace. Not only that, enjoy a themed night of delicate fall flavors, including this week’s special Venezuelan Dinner! This will include authentic cuisine and unique flavors from the Latin country in a spectacular meal.
Celebrate PAMMs 35th anniversary with Director Franklin Sirmans in a conversation about the museum’s exhibitions, private collection, and history of the collection as well as the journey of the museum into a prominent contemporary art institution. Join the curators, directors, and other fellow PAMM members to learn about The Gift of Art exhibition.
Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective: Adriana Herrera and Willie Castellanos: The Moon in the Mirror: a gaze of her own. Opening November 28, 7 pm. Fourteen Latin American Women: Maria Jose Arjona, Elisabetta Balasso, Leah brown, Tania Canadian. Adriana Carvalho, Sonia Falcone, Marina Font, Aimee Garcia, Nanette Gilligan, Muriel Hasbun, Priscilla Monge, Lorna Otero, Tatiana Parker, Aimee Perez. Marta Maria Pérez, Mabel Poblet, Patricia Schnall-Gutierrez, and Gladys Triana. On view until December 30, 2018.
Panel Discussion about Different Perspectives on the Art Market at the Coral Gables Museum, Wed. 28: 6:30 pm, $5 non members. Participating Omar Lopez-Chalbaud (Artistic Director of Untitled art fair), the legendary Bernice Steinbaum (owner of the gallery with her name), and Jorge Luis Gutierrez, Interim Director of the new Doral Contemporary Art Museum – DORCAM, moderated by Yuni villalonga, Coral Gables Museum Chief Curator. rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, November 28th; 6:30-8:30pm, Coral Gables Museum
Join the Coral Gables Museum for an inside look into the artistic community and industry. To sum up the end of 2018 and to commence the beginning of a new artistic season with Art Basel and the coming of the new year, the museum will take visitors inside the trends and upcoming shifts and changes to come. This panel gathers the voices of leading experts on the art market today who are aware of what is predicted to occur within the next year.
Calling all photography lovers and amateur photographers. Mingle, drink, eat and pin up your best photo that you feel best represents our city and the state of Florida for fellow HistoryMiami members to appreciate. In addition, the current photography exhibition by Nathan Benn will be shown. Tell the narrative behind your work and tell your story as a resident of Miami with this special event.
Curator’s Voice Art Projects has moved to Little River Art District! 350 NE 75th St Unit 105. The gallery will have its GRAND OPENING on Thursday, November 29 and will also host a Cocktail Reception on Saturday, December 1, from 7 pm to 10 pm. Curator Dr. Milagros Bello presents ART CONTEST MIAMI/ART BASEL SEASON 2018, in its second edition. The exhibition surveys on the diversity of contemporary art and presents a prolific mixture of new emergent voices as well as established artists.
Friday, November 30th; 11am-6pm; Juan Carlos Maldonaldo Art Collection
Join the Juan Carlos Maldonaldo Art Collection for their opening reception of Convergence/Divergences: Primitive Sources of the Modern, which is curated by important art historian Ariel Jimenez, displays work from the Ye’kwanas, which is a group of indigenous Venezuelan-Brazilian community. As a Venezuelan herself, Jimenez will take visitors through the history of these utilitarian pieces and how they relate to the beauty and culture of the Amazonian regions.
November 30th; 7pm; LnS Gallery
Join the LnS Gallery for a conversation about Arcimboldo’s Ghosts, the newest exhibition within the museum, in a talk with the artist Arturo Rodriguez and the curator of the pieces Lilly Wei. They will discuss their interest in the global contemporary art world and the influence of his Hispanic culture on the work shown.
Join the Lowe Art Museum today (December 1st, 11-4pm) for a new look into the beauty of glass. Throughout the day, visitors can experience performances by the UM School of Music and Dance, glass-blowing presentations, make a glass-inspired work of art; participate in a color, science, and glass scavenger hunt through the Lowe’s glass exhibitions; and explore two exhibitions of glass works.
Emilio Cianfoni Studio is located in Wynwood and will be open from December 1st to January 31st, from 12 – 5 pm. His ew worked was inspired from viewing Cavallini’s angels near his studio in Trastevere years ago. “In 1966 I had a studio in Trastevere in Rome one block away from the Basilica of Santa Cecilia where I was captured by the beauty of Pietro Cavallini’s fresco The Last Judgment (I Giudizio Universale)…My recent work is my interpretation of the transcendent wings of these angels”
Saturday, December 1st; 5-10pm; Pan American Projects
Join PanAmerican Projects Gallery in collaboration with the Doral Contemporary Art Museum, Art Industry Movement and Concrete Space Gallery for their Opening Reception of Gustavo Acosta’s “A Walk on the Timeline”. This shows a series of selected varied mixed-media pieces such as drawings, paintings, and sculptures by the featured stellar artist of PanAmerican Projects.