Greetings for 2006! Many of you I have seen
in person but for those of you out of the area or, out of
the country, best wishes for this fast moving new year.
A few things noteworthy are going on but,
to keep you abreast read below. A short listing of Gallery
Walks are provided with more to come.
Miami Art Exchange Meetup - Friday
the 27th of January. 7:30 PM - click
New Calls to Artists and Organizations
on the Calendar - updates ongoing.
Miami Art Exchange Exhibition opportunity
- call to artists - Watch for announcement next
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Gallery Night Out!
Coral Gables is the traditional, pioneer
Gallery Night, launched 15 years ago, the first
Friday of the month. This hub more than 35 art
galleries show mainly Latin American and Cuban art. Easy
to walk, the City, nonetheless, offers free trolley service
from the Douglas Road Metrorail station to the end of the
circuit and back.
The Miami Design District is one square
mile of style, which started as an enclave of interior designers,
when important European and American showrooms set up shop
there. Art galleries popped up, opening a way to contemporary
and vanguardist currents. Diaspora Vibe Gallery and The
Moore Space are among the other art spaces open during Second
Saturday gallery walks.
Wynwood Art District, the next-door neighbor
to the Design District. A favorite hub of emerging artists,
art galleries, project spaces, artists studios, experimental
venues, and world class private collections that have turned
into modern museums. The Goldman Warehouse, Margulies, Rubell
Family and Scholl Collections are in this District, but
only Rubell's is open during Second Saturday
Since the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
opened its doors in North Miami in 1996, a new era was born
in this city. Twenty Century galleries and contemporary
art galleries opened their doors, keeping company to vintage
stores, and Luna Star, a music café. Don’t
miss Last Friday of the month jazz concert
at the Museum Plaza.
The last Friday of each month,
a colorful and boisterous street fair takes place, called
“Viernes Culturales” around South West Calle
Ocho (8th Street), known as Little Havana.
Because the Bird Road warehouse district
began attracting local artists in 1983, in June 2000, the
County resolved to designate this neighborhood as an Art
District. Since then, many art galleries, artists, frame
specialists, and antique stores have moved in. The area
is bounded by State Road 826 (Palmetto Expressway), SW 72
Avenue (Milam Dairy Road), SW 40 Street (Bird Road) and
SW 48 Street.
Characterized by quaint sidewalk cafes,
brick-lined walks and 6 blocks of unique boutiques, shops,
art galleries and dozens of excellent restaurants along
Hollywood Boulevard and Harrison Street, near Art &
Culture Center of Hollywood. Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk
is the 3rd Saturday of every month.
Finding Its Way Art Miami - Now
in its 16th year, Art Miami seems to be embracing what makes
it different from Art Basel Miami Beach while at the same
time capitalizing on that momentum. Art Miami is still vibrant
enough to make innovations in its programming and the panel
discussions remain good.
Palmbeach3 - Palmbeach3
will be place from January 13 to 15 at The Palm Beach County
Convention Center. Palmbeach3 features three distinct and
complimentary art fairs in one location; A unique combination
of leading international galleries presenting contemporary
art, classical and contemporary photography, and the best
of decorative arts and contemporary design. For more information
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