Grand Opening: Wednesday, June 24th to Sunday, June 28th. whenever possible, RSVP for different time slots throughout these days, between 12 pm and 6 pm. Let us know you are coming! Visit us during Happy Hour (5-6 pm) to enjoy a sip of wine on the Museum!
Headlines! Unfolding 117 Years of History with the Miami Herald
Curated by: Malcolm Lauredo, Director of Historic Research and Lead Historian and John Allen, Museum Executive Director. Presented by the Knight Foundation.
Headlines! Unfolding 117 Years of History with the Miami Herald serves not only as an unfolding of the Miami Herald’s past but also of city’s past, for the identity of both the newspaper and Miami are inseparably intertwined.
The Wildlife Art of Peter R. Gerbert.
Curated by: Yuneikys Villalonga, Chief Curator
June 24 – September 15:
The Art and Science of Julio J. Figueroa.
Scientific Illustration is the rare middle point where the creativity and freedom of visual arts meet the rigor and precision of science. (b. 1947, Havana, Cuba)
Through August 31:
Carlos Estévez: The Royal Blue Tarot.
The Tarot cards and their mysterious meanings have fueled popular imagination and creativity throughout the centuries. They have not only served as divination tools for psychics, magicians, and their curious clientele but also as a means for artistic explorations on the fundamental questions of humanity. Artist Carlos Estévez joins this tradition with his own interpretation of the 22 Major Arcana in his series Royal Blue Tarot realized in 2016, while in a residence in Paris, France. The virtual exhibition will be accompanied by an introductory text of Coral Gables Museum’s Executive Director, John Allen, and an interview to the artist by his friend and collector, José Valdés-Fauli.
Creating the Dream: George E. Merrick and his Vision of Coral Gables.
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