A specially curated solo exhibition at McCormick Place featuring new work by Griselda Lechini. Performances will start at 7:30 pm sharp with HistoryMiami’s Artist in Residence Flamenco dancer and choreographer Clarita Filgueiras.
At 8:30 pm, The Opera Atelier will delight with an unexpected and riveting performance. Throughout the night, sounds by DJ Jonathan Chan playing some of Miami’s greatest hits.
On the upper floors of McCormick Place, 2nd, 3rd, and 7th floor, houses the fine art studios of Sidney Cooper, Gustavo Gonzalez, Daniela Canabal, Bonnie Rodriguez, Arrington, Magny, Sophie Perreault, Maria Dussan, Future Vision Records, Jaro Joseph, King J, Mariana Vidal Goss, Karen Kim, and Sharon Rauvola. Also debuting for Art Walk is MyoCortex Human Performance Facility, they value continuing education and takes pride in remaining on the forefront of exercise biomechanics. And they are located on the 5th floor.
Lastly is the Opera Atelier’s new corporate headquarters on the 6th Floor. The Opera Atelier is a world leader in the rediscovery and revitalization of period opera and ballet, particularly works from the Baroque era through their historically informed productions.
Also debuting on the 5th floor, MyoCortex a human performance facility, they value continuing education and take pride in remaining on the forefront of exercise bio mechanics.
As McCormick Place Miami Gallery enters it’s third year; art curator Sean McCormick has a very special announcement regarding the future of the McCormick Place Gallery as well as a new and innovative approach to future gallery events.
Drinks will be served by Fernet Branca; one of Italy’s most famous liquor. Food and wine will be provided as well.
The McCormick Place would like to thank all of its sponsors: Miami Dade County Commissioner Juan C Zapata,MDAD(Miami Dade Art District), Car 2 Go, and Life is Art.
About McCormick Place
McCormick Place, built in 1924, was once a US Customs Warehouse used as a lookout post to spot nefarious characters entering Downtown via Biscayne Bay and The Miami River. Today it has been transformed into a cultural utopia, containing a unique special events venue, a fine arts gallery, artistic studios, and creative offices.
McCormick Place is located at
111 SW 3rd Street, Miami, FL 33130
and is open Monday through Friday 10-5,
or by appointment.305 -206 – 4734