Art, Design and Architecture for Habitat for Humanity (A.D.A.H.H.)
Miami, FL November 13, 2008 – Habitat for Humanity Miami and Wynwood Art District @ 36th Street are proud to present Art, Design and Architecture for Habitat for Humanity. A.D.A.H.H. is a socially oriented one of a kind event, where art, design and architecture come together to contribute to the present global awakening towards a more sustainable world. A.D.A.H.H.s vision is to create awareness to the importance of donating, recycling and reclaiming to build a new way in which human beings create their habitat.
Participating galleries from the Wynwood Art District @ 36th Street will have exhibits featuring recyclable items donated by the Habitat for Humanity ReStore reclaimed as new design entities hosted by a capacious array of selected artists and designers. A celebrity of the designers choice will inspire each exhibit space.
This two-part event begins with an opening reception being held on November 20th from 8:00-11:00pm. Its main focus will be to the introduction of the participants as well as the selection of the items specifically selected from Habitat for Humanity ReStore that will be incorporated into each participating gallery. The second part will be an unveiling ceremony held on December 7th from 10:00 am 1:00 pm titled the Art Bagel Brunch and will take place at participating galleries with all completed exhibits on display available for sale.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. A completed list of each gallery and their celebrity counterparts will be announced on November 17.
Participating galleries include: Abba Fine Art, Art Rouge Gallery, ChiAlma, Independent Visual Art Gallery, Hardcore Gallery, Milou Gallery and Urban Icons Studio
What: Art, Design and Architecture for Habitat for Humanity at Wynwood Art District @ 36th street
When: Opening Reception November 20th 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm
When: Unveiling Ceremony December 7th 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Participating Galleries located along NW 36th street between N. Miami Av & NW 3rd Av in Wynwood Art District
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