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ArtsLaunch is the biggest free community event in Miami that celebrates the performing arts and other arts disciplines. This open house is the annual kick-off to Miami’s art season! ArtsLaunch is a full day of over 50 activities including free mini performances, interactive workshops, kid’s activities, farmers market, tours and more.
Form/Function/Power by Jessie Laino commences LnS third anniversary. Opening Reception, Saturday, September 7, 6 – 9 pm. Jessie Laino, a Miami native offering a salient perspective that weaves the purposefulness of construction with the precision of honed artistic technique. In her deconstruction and reconstruction of quotidian objects, Laino infuses form with allegory, creating an intensified relationship for the receptive viewer. On view until November 2.
Today opens Functional Art celebrating Bauhaus Centenary. A group exhibit that includes Natalie Flores, Sectis Design, Nina Surel, Odabashian Rugs, Adriana Barrios, among others. On view until October 6. (11000 Red Road, Pinecrest Gardens).
September 7 – October 7: Rewilding by Annie Blazejack & Geddes Levenson. Opening Reception at the Coconut Grove Art Festival Gallery is on Saturday, September 7, 6 – 9 pm. Geddes Levenson and Annie Blazejack grew up together in Miami, FL., and both graduated from the New World School of the Arts, Miami’s premier magnet school for the arts. They have been showing work together for over a decade.
Doral Hearts Brazil brings together a photography exhibition of Brazilian artists residing in South Florida that will showcase Brazil’s highly diverse culture, people and landscaping. Curated by Christopher Barake and Mariza Formaggini. Featuring: Ivonete Leite, Caetano Lopes, Maritza Caneca, Messi Schneider, among others. Opening on September 5, 6 – 9 pm at Doral Government Center (8401 NW 53rd Terrace, Doral, Fl. 33166. Dates have changed because of Dorian’s effects.
Venezuelan artist Mercedes Elena Gonzalez presents Dilatantes in Meta Miami, previously called Miami Biennale (2751 N. Miami Ave., Wynwood Arts District). Opening Reception on Wednesday, September 11, 7 – 9:30 pm.
What Carried Us Over: Gifts from Gordon W. Bailey features selections from gifts made by Gordon W. Bailey, a Los Angeles–based collector, scholar, and advocate, who has donated 60 artworks to Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) since 2016. Thursday, September 12 | 6 – 9 pm. Every Thursday, enjoy art after dark at PAMM. Participate in hands-on art-making, centered around the museum’s current exhibitions, and explore the galleries until 9 pm.
(Sept. 5 – Oct. 20) MOCA has enlisted Amy Galpin, chief curator of the Frost Art Museum, to curate this dynamic exhibition which presents works by artists exclusively from South Florida who live and work in Broward, Martin-Monroe, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade counties. his year’s exhibition will showcase 13 artists including: Nellie Appleby, Felecia Carlisle, Domingo Castillo, Jennifer Clay, Katrina Miller, Reginald O’Neal, Edison Peñafiel, Sebastian Ruiz, Jamilah Sabur, Vivien Segel, Misael Soto, Amber Tutwiler and Agustina Woodgate.
Free at HistoryMiami Museum: Immerse yourself in the culture of the Seminole people during our free Family Fun Day! Learn about traditional Seminole arts through storytelling, craft activities, patchwork clothing, an interactive touch table, and much more. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience live canoe carving demonstrations at 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. by master carver and HistoryMiami Museum’s newest artist-in-residence, Pedro Zepeda!
Curated by Tosha Grantham, Griots’ Gallery presents Images of Oppression on view until October 4, with a lecture at 2 pm on Saturday, September 14, 1 – 4 pm. The gallery is located in the Center for Haitian Studies (8260 NE 2nd. Ave,)
September 14, 2019 – January 5, 2020: Art After Stonewall, 1969 – 1989. Curated by Jonathan Weinberg, Daniel Marcus, and Drew Sawyer.. Reception on Saturday, September 14, 4 – 7 pm. Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots of 1969, this groundbreaking survey features more than 200 works of art and related visual materials that explore the profound impact of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ) liberation movement on visual culture.
Artist Amalia Caputo will install Transferences 2.0, a project for which she has photographed more than 1,700 personal objects from her collection. The image archive is mounted to the wall, and a “living archive” of the actual objects is displayed in the gallery. During the course of the exhibition, objects will be distributed to gallery visitors. Opening on Saturday, September 14, 5 – 8 pm. On view until October 27.
(August 21 – September 20). Opening Reception on Saturday September 14, 6 – 9 pm. The Department of Art and Art History at University of Miami is pleased to present the work of its 2019 Incoming Graduate Students. Featuring:Kimberly Bauldree (Micanopy, Florida), , Talia Ceravolo (San Diego, California), Jessica Dehen (Coral Springs, Florida), Christine Di Staola (Hamilton, Ohio. Lived 30 years in Pesaro and Urbino, Italy), Nadine Hall (Kingston, Jamaica), Lance Layman (Mountain View, Arkansas), Charlisa Montrope (Castries, St. Lucia).
Locust Projects presents Antenna an interactive installation and activation by artist collaborative, FeCuOp. Founded in Miami in 1997, FeCuOp includes Jason Ferguson, Christian Curiel, Brandon Opalka and recent new member, Victor Villafañe. This is FeCuOp’s first major collaborative project in Miami since 2003. Opening Reception on September 14, 7 – 9 pm at Miami Design Distry newley renovated space.
Sunday, September 15, 5 – 6 pm: Carrying Your Part of the Sky: What artists do in perilous times: a conversation with acclaimed novelist Edwidge Danticat and artist and scholar Frances Negrón-Muntaner, moderated by Tom Healy. Non members: $10.
If you work in galleries, libraries, archives or museums and are interested in how to engage with Wikipedia, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is hosting an event on September 17 that is tailor-made for you. A presentation for Miami-area cultural institutions on the use and impact of Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons and other wiki tools. Engagement personnel from Miami-area galleries, libraries, archives and museums (GLAMs) are invited to this event. Instructions will be given on how to identify, gather and post materials for contribution to these platforms.Mary Mark Ockerbloom, Wikipedian in Residence at Science History Institute, will be coming to Vizcaya to demonstrate how cultural institutions are establishing GLAM-Wiki programs to tell their stories and share their collections on a global scale on Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons.
The nation’s largest and finest literary gathering will celebrate its 36th anniversary Nov. 17 – 24, 2019, at the Wolfson Campus in downtown Miami. The nation’s leading weeklong literary festival featuring more than 500 authors. Tens of thousands of people descend on Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus in downtown Miami for six nights of readings and discussions with notable authors from around the world, topped off by the beloved three-day Street Fair.
Art + Activism: Linda Cheung, Frances Colón + Xavier Cortada on Climate Change moderated by Director Cathy Leff. Panel starts at 6:30 pm, then Open Studios from 8 – 10 pm. Tour begin at 8:20 pm outside the Audrey Love Gallery. On-view: PLAY, LAY, AYE: Navigating queerness, where space is always in flux, by GeoVanna Gonzalez. Platform Stage.
Curated by Sebastien Laboureau, a remake of REMIX! Featuring Mario Loprete, Robert Leone, Marcus Klinko among others On view until November 30.The rejuvenated exhibit highlights unique mixed media fine artworks from across the globe with each piece embodying the incredible impact the music industry has on society, culture, and history. “Remix” aims to redefine how music is preserved in the fine art world with inspirational works that emphasize the true beauty and artistry of an industry not always beholden to the eye.
September 18, 7 pm at Little Haiti Cultural Complex. Curators Talk about Contemporary Art. Viso is the senior advisor at Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. She is also a Visiting Scholar at the Smithsonian Institution and a Fellow at the Mellon Foundation. From 2008 to 2017, Viso served as the executive director of the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Before that, she spent twelve years as curator of contemporary art and as director at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.rvp to talks.com
Six Words – Stories art exhibition explores succinct story-telling through typography. Opening reception: Thursday, September 19, 6 – 9 at the New World Gallery (NWSA, 25 NE 2nd St.). Under the guidance of NWSA graphic design professor Rosario Martinez-Cañas, 13 New World School of the Arts college students and alumni open to the season’s scheduled exhibitions, all free and open to the public.
September 21 – November 9: Carlos Quintana: State od Mind at Pan American Art Projects (274 NE 67th St. Little River). The selection of self-referential paintings of the Cuban artist becomes the intellectual radiography of his work. His moods have been explored by the strength of colors in fantastical stories of his unconscious.
Sunday, September 22, 12 – 2, Free at Deering Estate: Artist talk with Virginia Overton as she discusses her sculptural installation Untitled (Late Bloomer) on site at the Deering Estate. With this work, Overton repurposes the bed of her Dodge Ram 150 pickup truck and fashions it into a habitat for native aquatic plants. This piece will evolve throughout the course of its installation as the plants continue to grow. This discussion will explore the conception and construction of this work, as well as Overton’s artistic career.
Today, September 24, 6:30 – 7:30 pm, Pablo Atchugarry starts the Atchugarry Art Center Art Talks Season with Intimidades, by the artist himself. Free and Open to the Public.
En Español, dictada por la Lcda. Ivonne Rivas. La Charla Sociedad y Populismo en los libros de Francisco Herrera Luque comenzara hoy martes 24 de Septiembre a las 6 de la tarde en la galeria de arte Curator’s Voice Art Projects en Little River, Miami.
September 25 – Novmber 24: Juan Jose Cambre: Fiesta. Curated by Veronica From. Opening Reception on Wednesday, September 25, 7 – 10 pm.Juan José Cambre (b. 1948, Ramos Mejía, Argentina) stands as a living milestone in Argentine artistic scene.
Soth. Works by Luis Tomasello, Julio Le Parc, Manuel Espinosa, Martha Boto, Jesús Rafael Soto, Mateo Manaure, Matilde Pérez, and Carlos Cruz-Diez. Opeinng Reception: Wednesday, September 25, 7 – 10 pm. Artscape Lab ( 7255 NE 4th Ave. Little River).
P. Scott Cunningham lives in Miami and is the director of O, Miami Poetry Festival and the publisher of Jai-Alai Books. Reading at restaurant Soya & Pomodoro (120 NE 1st. St, Downtown on Wednesday, September 25, 7:30 – 9 pm. As part of MOAD’s “Museum Without Boundaries” initiative, To Write Miami brings nine beloved Miami writers to Soya & Pomodoro restaurant over eight nights to explore how stories emerge from the raw sights and sounds of the city they love.
Glexis Novoa will join curator Gean Moreno in conversation at the Freedom Tower, where Novoa’s exhibition, Cankama Sutta, is currently on view in the Cuban Legacy Gallery. For nomadic artist Glexis Novoa, the condition of the immigrant relates to the Cankama Sutta, a Buddhist rule or discourse about walking meditation. The study and practice of Buddhist teachings, originally learned as a child from his mother in Cuba, is a thread that runs throughout Novoa’s life and art. Thursday, September 26, 7 – 9 pm.
HistoryMiami Museum is proud to present Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition on America’s favorite sport. Gridiron Glory presents a panoramic view of the story of professional football – from its humble beginnings in the early 20th century to the cultural phenomenon it is today.