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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.
Wednesday, March 27th; 6-10pm; Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Join Vizcaya for their Seersucker Social party, in which you can dress up, go out and enjoy live jazz music, lawn bowling, yard dice, croquet, and swing dancing for this 20s themed event! In celebration of James Deering’s residence at the Vizcaya home during the early 20th century, visitors are invited to get snazzy in their best 1920s outfits and join the museum for this game night.
Claudio Tozzi (b. Sao Paulo, 1944) opens at Arte Fundamental this coming Friday, March 29th, from 6 pm. This exhibition has a Latin effortless name: Hinc Ad Horam, a hard to pronounce wording, which can be beautifully translated to From Then To This Hour.
(March 29 – April 30). On the Altars of Vanity, as art critic Janet Batet recommends in her Critic’s Choice April column says the exhibition includes the most recent work by Miami based Cuban artists Grethel Rasua and Harold Garcia V. “xxploring art, life and expectations.”Dot Fiftyone Gallery.
Thursday, April 4th; 7-11pm; PAMM
Join PAMM for the free community night, with a special pride celebration for this month. Museum admission is free on the first Thursday of every month, and the galleries will be open after hours. This month’s social event includes a DJ set, drink specials, manicures by Porn Nails, drag performances by Tiffany Fantasia, Miss Toto, King Femme, all on the waterfront terrace at the museum.
Opening Reception on April 5, 6 – 10: Abstract Diversity in Painting with Florian Depenthal, Ned Evans, and Linda Toby, On view until July 2019.
Friday, April 5th; 6-10pm; ICA Miami
Join ICA for their free first Friday events, with special featured events and activities specifically for Miami Pride month. ICA invites visitors from all communities to enjoy drag performances, complimentary craft beer, and musical performance by SOPHIE. The museum will be open until 10pm, so visitors can explore the galleries and enjoy film screenings, exhibition tours, performances, and more for all ages.
Saturday, April 6th; 10:30-2:30pm; Frost Museum
Join the Frost for their “Slow Art” day, in which visitors are encouraged to relax and look at art with a fresher perspective, learning mindfulness and deeper artistic discovery though a slow looking process. Join us for yoga with FIU Professor Dr. Andrea Seidel, Mandala rock painting, discussions about the artworks on view, and wrap up the day with a mindfulness activity with FIU Wellness Program Manager, Nathan Burandt.
Saturday, April 6th; ICA Miami; 12-2pm
Join NSU Art Museum for an introduction to acceptance, tolerance, and the beauty of love with no boundaries. For Miami Pride Month, visitors are encouraged to come to explore Pride with workshops emphasizing the work of contemporary artists who create altars as a means of conceptualizing ideas and honoring loved ones and will create their own symbolic celebratory work.
Saturday, April 6, from 6 pm opening reception with the artist of his first solo exhibition Miami for Prague-based urban contemporary artist Jan Kaláb, Shape & Tone, at Fabien Castanier Gallery in Wynwood. On view until April 27.
Saturday, April 6th; 6:30-10:30pm; HistoryMiami
Join HistoryMiami for their 3rd annual Flamingo Ball, the biggest party, awards ceremony, and fundraiser the year at the museum! This year, HistoryMiami hosts at the beautiful Citation Ballroom in Hialeah Park and offers visitors a delicious luxury stone crab dinner, live music, and awards ceremony which will present the prestigious local Henry Flagler award. Come in black tie attire or decades dress to experience the fun to the maximum. All proceeds benefit the museum.
Thursday, April 11th; 4-8pm; NSU Art Museum
Join the NSU Art Museum for a night for all ages with activities ranging from art workshops and hands-on projects for kids, happy hour and 2 for 1 drink prices, light bites at the museum cafe, and free museum admission. This month’s activities will be based upon the work of Purvis Young, a Miami-local artist whose pieces are made from recycled materials. The night will also feature separate events such as the Lecture Series and the Art of Wine and Food Series.
Friday, April 12th; 7-9pm; HistoryMiami
Join HistoryMiami for this social event, in which members at the Historymaker level are able to enjoy cocktails and conversation, as well as the chance to meet renowned historian, author, and preservationist Arva Moore Parks. This event takes place at the Coral Gables Merrick House and will focus particularly on the efforts and influence of women on the development of South Florida. Not a member? Join today for access to exclusive events like this on, discounts and more throughout the month.
(April 12 – July 30) Seven Artists: Colombian Geometric Abstraction: Germán Botero, Edgar Negret, Eduardo Ramirez Villamizar, Omar Rayo, Carlos Rojas, Fanny Sanín, and Manolo Vellojín. Critical Essay by Adriana Herrera, PhD. Opening Reception on Friday, April 12, 7 – 10 pm.
Saturday, April 13th; 10am-11pm; Perez Art Museum Miami
Join PAMM for their teen takeover! The museum’s youth ambassadors present their very own exhibition and art related activities for fellow teens and parents during the day. During the evening, they will get the party started to celebrate their year of hard work with live music, dancing and pizza.
Celebrate the opening of two new exhibitions at ICA Miami 61 NE 41st. St. Design District), including a special presentation dedicated to a seminal figure of postwar thinking, architecture and design, Ettore Sottsass; and a new series of work by interdisciplinary Diné artist Eric-Paul Riege (3 – 8 pm) in ICA Miami’s Ray Ellen and Allan Yarkin Project Gallery.
Altered States of Consciousness featuring work by Oolite Arts resident artists & curated by Claire Breukel starts on April 17 until June 30. Oolite Arts (what Miami is made of) is the new name of ArtCenter South Florida at 926 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Opening Reception of Paula Weiszkopf: Color Paradise on Thursday, April 25, 5 – 7 pm. Color Paradise is a collection of Paula Weiszkopf’s latest work. Her body of work is an extraordinary abstract collection by an international renown artist with roots from Argentina and Austria who resides in South Florida. On view until August 9.
Gianna DiBartolomeo, Stephanie Hibbard, Karla Kantorovich, Samatha Lazarus, Pau Perdomo, and German Ruiz. Risk: FIU 2019 MFA Exhibition. Opening Reception on Saturday, April 27, 4 – 7. On view until May 26.
Jennifer Basile: Iconic Images of American Landscape, The Power of Print. Opening Reception on Saturday 27, 6 – 9.
Alosúgbe: a journey across time, Onajide Shabaka’s debut exhibition at Emerson Dorsch, Shabaka explores biology and ethnobotany in the form of recent photography, works on paper and sculpture. On view until June 15.
Re-Opening of Dimensions Variable in Little River with Juan Pablo Garza, Arenas y Arenas y Arenas; Gustavo Matamoros: Untitled: Social Commentary; and Luz Carabaño: Ni aquí, Ni Allá. May 11, 6 – 10 p. New Location.
Sunday, May 12th; 10-5pm; Verde @ PAMM
Join PAMM for Mother’s Day! Spend a day at the museum eating delicious food and looking at the art with your mom, because on this day, the Verde restaurant at PAMM is offering a special A La Carte Menu with specials including Peeky Toe Crab Salad with Truffled Spring Pea and Nasturtiums and a Blueberry and Cornmeal Tart. Not only that, restaurant-goers can enjoy a discounted price at the museum shop.
Tuesday, May 14th; 6pm; PAMM
Museum Circle members, join PAMM for this event. The Goldman Sachs Salon Series invites special museum supporters every month to discuss contemporary art–this month so special edition will talk about contemporary African Art from a cultural and curatorial standpoint. After the Salon Series Discussion, members are free to join for a dinner at Verde for $135 per person, featuring a carefully curated menu.
Wednesday, May 15th; 6-8pm; Bar Bevy
Join PAMM for a night of networking and fun. Tonight, the museum and corporate supporters hosting a cocktail reception for anyone who would like to join, to discuss business and the importance of the arts within an expanding local community.
Thursday, May 16th; 7-9pm; ICA Miami
Join ICA for their opening reception of the newest exhibition, Paulo Nazaret: Melee. This exhibit is the first US museum opening of the Brazilian artist, and the mixed media work explores topic of political turmoil and marginalized communities in Latin America. Members can join early for an exclusive preview of the exhibition.
Saturday, May 18th; 11-5pm; NSU Art Museum
Join NSU museum for talks on tolerance, acceptance, and love in the LGBTQ+ community. The museum will feature many activities in recognition of June Pride Month and the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall, with a one-day symposium with local and national LGBTQ artists, curators and activists will highlight issues in the LGBTQ+ art community. Complete with panel discussions on the AIDS crisis and artists, performances, the Gay men chorus, and ritualistic healing practice by artist Roberto Navarrete that responds to intolerance towards LGBTQ+ community, the museum has something to offer for everyone.
Sunday, May 19th; 9-10am; Vizcaya
Join Vizcaya Museum & Gardens for a 60-minute, all-level vinyasa class located in the beautiful museum facing the Biscayne Bay. Yoga will take place in various locations within Vizcaya, including the Garden Mound, South Terrace, and other evocative environments through the estate. Come relax, breathe and work out with fellow Vizcaya members with yoga, and then check out the museum for free. Unwind at the most beautiful historic estate in Miami.
Where the Oceans Meet, an exhibition of modern and contemporary art that resonates with the pioneering thought of two Caribbean writers, Lydia Cabrera and Édouard Glissant. An international group of forty artists and collectives participate in the exhibition curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal. The panel discussion with two artists in the exhibition–Zins-Browne and Daniel Boyd—and two of its curators—Asad Raza and Rina Carvajal—will be held at 3 p.m., followed by Zins-Browne’s The Chaos Opera at 4 p.m.
Where the Oceans Meet will be on view thru Sept. 29.
Tuesday, April 28th; 12-1:30pm; NSU Art Museum
Join NSU Art Museum for A Sense of Pride even leading up to National June Pride Month. In this special edition, the museum will be hosting a discussion with performance artists Liz Ferrer and Bow Ty Enterprises Venture Capital, as well as live music by Nia, a local femme reggaeton band that celebrates coming-outs, comings of age, and self-accepting. Join to learn about diversity, and embrace and celebrate different communities at the museum.