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Thursday, March 7th; 10am; Institute of Contemporary Art Miami
Join ICA for their exclusive event with an intimate studio visit and private viewing of local Miami artist Lynne Golob Gelfman studio and works in progress. Mimosas and light bites will be served. This event is open to members only. Not a member? Join today for monthly events like this one and access to special activities for a low price.
Thursday, March 7th; 5-10pm; PAMM
Join PAMM and the Miami Dolphin’s organization “Football Unites” for a celebration of tolerance and activism in local organizations that support races, genders, sexual orientations, identities, abilities, and faith around the power of football. Community night also includes special art-making activities, galleries open after hours, documentary screenings, and presentations for all ages.
Lecture Frida Kahlo: An Anguished Brush by art historian Armando Droulers next Thursday, March 7 at 5:30 pm. The event is free as the admission on First Thursday Starry Nights at eh NSU Art Museum Ft. Lauderdale. (Brightline is an option!)
Friday, March 8th; 6-9pm; Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Join Vizcaya and come with the kids to the Family Dinner Project. In this event, the doors to the museum will open at 6 so that kids and families can explore the Vizcaya Village with lawn games, a mini planting workshop with Ready to Grow Gardens. The meal will be served at 7pm, with a delicious alfresco harvest dinner and featured French dish Ratatouille in honor of the French chef who worked in the mansion 100 years ago. Following dinner is an outdoor screening of the Disney film Ratatouille and smores for dessert! Everyone is sure to be satisfied after this experience.
Saturday, March 9th; 10-5pm; HistoryMiami
Join HistoryMiami in celebrating International Women’s Day, with activities that highlight the achievements of women and the contributions that built our city. The museum will have crafts, games, storytelling and a tour of the exhibitions that are female-focused.
Miguel Rodez Painting Provocateurs opens this Saturday, March 9, 3 – 5 pm at Sardiñas Gallery @ St. Thomas University. Free and open to the public.16401 NW 37th Ave., Miami gardens, Fl. 33054.It’s a Portrait Exhibition.
Miquel Salom, Ictum Olim I-V: Ambrotypes and Tintypes open at University of miami Gallery at the Wynwood Building (2750 NW 3rd. Ave. Ste. 4 Wynwood). Opening Reception on March 9, 6 – 9 pm. On view until March 29.
Saturday, March 9th; 6:30-midnight; Perez Art Museum Miami
Join PAMM for the biggest fundraiser of the year! With the “Art of the Party” night, visitors and philanthropists can enjoy three events to chose from –a chef seated dinner and cocktail reception with stellar food celebrating the artist Christo, a supper club dinner lounge with a one-of-a-kind al fresco meal by the water and cocktail service, or the Remix Afterparty, in which the guests of both dinners are invited to a vibrant late-night dance party under the stars with drinks and desserts. Have the night of your life while donating to one of the biggest local supporters of the arts in Florida.
Sunday, March 10th; 1:30-5pm; NSU Art Museum
Join the NSU Art Museum for the second Saturday Film Series, with the March edition featuring The Samuel Project, a comedic drama and true story about a family secret told 75 years later. Teenager gets to know his grandfather Samuel when he makes him the subject of an art project. With dreams of becoming a professional artist, the teen discovers that his grandpa, a Jewish dry cleaner, was heroically saved from Nazi capture in Germany by a young woman when he was a boy. After hesitating, Samuel agrees to tell his story for the project. Join the Museum to learn all about the journey with this award-winning film.
Boca Raton Museum Lecture on Sunday, March 10, 3 pm: Professors Evan Bennett (History) and Taylor Hagood (English) examine the intersections of art, history, and literature in Florida. Professor Bennett offers historical context and insight by exploring the connection of image and reality in Florida history, using Harriet Beecher Stowe’s analogy of Florida to a tapestry–beauty on one side, mess stitches on the other.
Monday, March 11th; 11-6pm; PAMM
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.
Tuesday, March 12th; 1-2pm; Frost Museum
Join the Frost Museum and special guest curator Dr. Brian Dursum for this month’s tour–with March’s exhibition Asian Crossroads: Influence and Interaction Along the Maritime Silk Road. Learn about the artworks on display as well as the history of the Silk Road with this tour.
Wednesday, March 13th; 6:15pm; Coral Gables Arts Cinema
Join the Coral Gables Arts Cinema to revisit Last Tango in Paris, one of the most controversial and scandal films of its time (1972). Starring Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, this story depicts emotional and physical turmoil, loss and lust perfectly for an intense cinematic experience still moving almost 50 years later. This film is rated NC-17 for explicit content and viewers underage must be accompanied by an adult.
Thursday, March 14th; 6-8:30pm; PAMM
Join PAMM for the Tout-Monde Festival, in which Caribbean artists are given a platform to express their creativity in multidisciplinary approaches, including film work, installation, and performance. Visitors will be able to view a selection Caribbean short films curated by Jonathan Ali of Third Horizon Film Festival followed by a Q&A session with film directors, as well as a powerful dance and installation work performed by the women of Miami. Yué#Sorority is a project done by female local Caribbean artists who aim to call attention to feminine issues for Women’s month, as well as climate change and a social movement, so make sure not to miss this amazing performance at PAMM.
Friday, March 15 night opening party, 6 – 9 pm. Tickets $10. Queer Miami: A History of LGBTQ Communities. Curated by Julio Capó Jr. Miami’s queer past, reflecting multiple forms and expressions of gender and sexual diversity.
Saturday, March 16th; 10-12pm; HistoryMiami
Join HistoryMiami for Discovering Leah, a colorful artistic enclave hidden in Hialeah. This hidden gem is replete with some of the most special street art, murals and other often overlooked pieces waiting for you to find them. This event is members-only. Not a member? Join today for access to this special event and many more.
On Saturday, March 16, Valerie Steele, Director and Chief Curator of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology will give our Steven & Dorothea Green Critics’ Lecture. In her talk Paris, Capitol of Fashion, Dr.Steele will discuss how and why Paris became widely regarded as the international capital of fashion. Free.
Saturday, March 16th; 6:30pm; The Atrium across the street from DASH
Join Design and Architecture Senior High for their biggest fundraiser of the year. In this special event, there will be a silent auction, mural reveal and cocktail reception in support of the future generation of artists and designers. All of the money raised will go to the public school students to help elevate their art and design programs such as fashion design, graphic design, film and production, architecture and industrial design.
Sunday March 17th; 10:30-12:30pm; Coral Gables Museum
Join the Coral Gables Museum because their bike tours are coming back. Enjoy the beautiful Miami springtime atmosphere with a group ride from the Coral Gables Museum through our lush city streets to Matheson Hammock Park, a 1930s New Deal development that remains as Coral Gables’ largest public park. Then, take a short break with hot dogs and hamburger barbecue. No bike or helmet? No problem. Rentals are available at the museum so that all participants can enjoy the nature trails on this beautiful Miami Sunday.
Candies: Hommage to Felix Gonzalez-Torres, a solo show by Jose Manuel Fors curated by Alejandro Machado. Progressive Brunch and Opening Reception on Sunday, March 17, 11 am – 3 pm. Free and Open to All. Show on view until May 4th
Eight art galleries in Little River: Mindy Solomon Gallery, Emerson Dorsch, Pan American Art Projects, Tile Blush, Fabien Castanier Gallery, Piero Atchugarry Gallery, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, and Dot Fiftyone Gallery, invite you to a Progressive Brunch on Sunday, March 17, from 11 am. Free and delicious.
Sunday, March 17th; 1-4pm; ICA Miami
Join ICA to celebrate women in art with, a day set aside for visitors of all ages to be inspired by the work of revolutionary artists on display at the museum. There will be fun interactive activities such as guest performances and projects for kids and parents, as we join together to appreciate the females that have changed our community.
Monday, March 18th; 11-2pm; NSU Art Museum
Support Museums on the Move with NSU Art Museum’s Spring Luncheon honoring the Beaux Arts. Socialize with museum friends and members and enjoy the exhibition William J. Glackens & Pierre-August Renoir: Affinities and Distinctions.
Tuesday, March 19th; 12-1:30pm; NSU Art Museum
Join the NSU Art Museum and drag phenomenon Queef Latina for “A Sense of Pride” with talks on sexuality, the inception of drag and the LGBTQ+ community. This month’s special guest, Queef Latina is a drag performer and sewing instructor based in Miami, Florida. She owns Queef Enterprises, a community sewing studio in downtown Miami where she holds monthly workshops and private classes.
Wednesday, March 20th; 12-2pm; Frost Museum FIU
Join the Frost Museum at FIU for an afternoon of relaxation and art as a break from the busyness of the week. All ranges of skill are welcome to come to paint, draw or just enjoy the company of the studio session for free, with materials provided by the museum and the careful attention of the University Art faculty and practicing artists.
Wednesday, March 20th; 6-9pm; Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
The whole family can join Vizcaya for Gardens by Moonlight, a special event in which visitors of all ages can enjoy live music on the terrace, a beautiful view of the Biscayne Bay when the sun sets, a tour of the gardens, and wine. Members are also subject to special additional tours within the Community Program.
Wednesday, March 20th; 7-8pm; Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Join Vizcaya for a talk about John Singer Sargent, one of the most renowned portrait painters of the 19th century and star of the Art Institute of Chicago’s exhibitions at the moment. In this discussion, we will join art historian and curator to delve into the relationship between Sargent and the Deering family, and to talk about Sargent’s watercolor pieces of the estate, and Vizcaya’s influence on the budding artist.
Thursday, March 21st; 6-8pm; HistoryMiami
Join HistoryMiami for this amazing multicultural celebration of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. In this event, visitors will get to experience the unique traditions and ceremonies of Iran, including a performance by musician Reza Filsoofi and the Caravan Ensemble, featuring dancer Roshana Nofret.
Thursday, March 21st; 7pm; ICA
Join ICA for Ishmael and the Well of Ancient Mysteries and Lover, a film by artist Dara Friedman. After the screening, Friedman will be having a discussion about the role of art in filmmaking, their connection and the way that personal experiences, images, sound, and editing combine to create an on-screen masterpiece.
Thursday, March 21st; 7-10 pm; Perez Art Museum Miami
Join PAMM for this special event in which members are invited to a special new experiential audio-visual concert series called CURRENTS, presented by DEFY. Not only do members get to enjoy this springtime special for free, but sustainable level members and above get to receive complimentary cocktails on the terrace with a members lounge. Not a member? Join today for access to many special events like this one and many more throughout the year.