To November 10:
Curated by Adriana Herrera.
Participating Artists: Miguel Aguirre (Perú), Luis Arroyo (Venezuela), Andrés Bedoya (Bolivia), Tatiana Blass (Brazil), Aurora Molina (Cuba-USA), Pip Brant (USA), Alvaro Gómez Campuzano (Colombia),Frances Trombly (USA), Sonia Falcone (Bolivia), and Gego (Venezuela)among others,
The group of artists in American Weavers expand the borders and possibilities of the action of weaving, embroidery, and interlacing throughout the entire Americas, from Argentina to the United States.
Through September 23:
The Art of Compassion
Curated by photographer and producer Starr Sariego
Through Sept. 4:
Andres Cabrera. Krome Avenue.
Sixteen recent works from traveling down the avenue.
Creating the Dream: George Merrick and his Vision for Coral Gables.
Curated by Arva Moore Parks, designed by Tom Graboski and fabricated by SFY Architectural Signs and Displays.
Dedicated to Civic Arts, the Coral Gables Museum celebrates the 1920’s planned community of Coral Gables and presents exhibits and programs that examine the built environment.
The Museum’s mission is to celebrate, investigate and explore the civic arts of architecture and urban and environmental design, including fostering an appreciation for the history, vision, and cultural landscape of Coral Gables; promoting beauty and planning as well as historic and environmental preservation for a broad audience, including children, families, and community members, as well as local, regional, national and international visitors. The museum optimizes its mission by cultivating effective partnerships, and providing programming that includes exhibitions, collections, educational offerings, lectures, tours, publications and special events.
Coral Gables Museum285 Aragon Ave.
Coral Gables, Fl. 33134
P: 305 603 8067
Tues – Thurs: 12 – 6;
Fri: 12 – 6 (Later on Gallery Nights).
Sat: 11 – 5;Sun: 12 – 5.
Admission: adults $10, seniors &
students $8, children (3 – 13) $3
Every First Friday, 6 – 10