Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts Opening reception 12/4/10

Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
Opening reception: Saturday, December 4, 2010 | 7:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts | 2043 North Miami Avenue | Miami, FL 33127
November 13 through December 24, 2010
Tuesday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
www.dlfinearts.com

Michael Scoggins | #1 Fan
A page out of a notebook, with its blue lines and spiral bound edges, is a familiar image. This is my primary vehicle in utilizing a connection with the viewer. The paper is enlarged to give this common object a sense of importance and to create a new perspective. The text and images placed upon the large page deal with the influences of American culture and how it has shaped my life. The paper is torn, crumpled and folded to implicate a tangible history and to suggest the creation of an object, thus expanding the definition of traditional drawing. – Michael Scoggins

Project Room | precious
“When discussing writing, Virginia Wolf once referred to ‘a nugget of pure truth to wrap up between the pages of your notebooks and keep on the mantelpiece forever.’ It is this jewel-like sort of preciousness that exists in contemporary art to which I tend to gravitate. The works in precious each involve an intense amount of work, are wickedly smart, and just a little bit gorgeous; yet each possesses enough darkness and irony to keep their unmitigated beauty in check.” – Annie Wharton

All of the artists in precious, curated by Annie Wharton, share an elaborate approach to studio and theoretical practice, taking painstaking measures in the process of thought and execution of each work in the exhibition: from videos by Ingibj�rg Birgisd�ttir (Iceland), Davida Nemeroff (Canada), and Lina Theodorou (Greece); to paintings by Alika Cooper (Guam), and Mary Anna Pomonis (US); to works on paper by T.J. Ahearn (US), Eduardo Consuegra (Colombia), and Bobbi Woods (US); and sculpture and installation by Enrique Gomez de Molina (Cuba) and Peter Harkawik (US), precious examines how contemporary culture places particular value on artistic production and idea.

Please visit DLFA at Pulse Miami, Booth B404, Thursday, December 2nd, through Sunday, December 5th
For more information about local openings and events, please visit www.miamiartguide.com

Michael Scoggins. Under Repair. 2010. Marker, prismacolor on paper. 21″ x 51″

Bert Stern and I 12/1-5/10

Bert Stern & I Exhibition Art Basel Miami-Midtown
CHADY, Art Gallery + Atelier | 3312 N. Miami Ave., Miami, FL
Wednesday Dec 1st thru Sunday Dec 5th, Noon to 10pm

VIP Reception featuring Susana Baker
Thursday Dec 2nd from 6 pm to 10 pm

Interactive Art Experience
An exhibition of CHADY’s work featuring
3-D Art Paintings, Fine Art Pieces and Sculptures

A Special Non-Published Collection by the Photographer Bert Stern Private Photography Collection of Susana Baker

www.chadyart.com

Small Wonderz (Art) Salon at Verge Art Fair Opening Reception 12/4/10

For Miami Art Week Artformz Presents
“Small Wonderz (Art) Salon” at VERGE Art Fair
Small Format Work by 40 Prominent Miami Artists

The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club in Miami Beach
Saturday Dec. 4 & Sunday Dec. 5, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, Dec. 4th 7-9pm Sponsored by Bombay Sapphire.
1732 Collins Avenue • Miami Beach, FL

The temperature of Miami is heating up once again as Artformz prepares the 2nd edition of its renowned survey of outstanding local artists small format work. The special event curated by Artformz and hosted at Verge Art Fair will feature Miami artists Paul Aho, Jacquenette Arnette, Rosario Bond, Duane Brant, Pip Brant, Randy Burman, Rolando Dal Pezzo, Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez, Natasha Duwin, Priscilla Ferguson, Luis Garcia-Nerey, Donna Haynes, Sibel Kocabasi, Jacek Kolasinski, Dina Knapp, Mary Larsen, Jules Lusson, Alicia Mesa, Luisa Mesa, Maritza Molina, Venessa Monokian, Hugo Moro, Charo Oquet, Kerry Phillips, Rossella Ramanzini, Brian Reedy, David Rohn, Gustavo Roman, Lydia Rubio, Sara Rytteke, Claudia Scalise, Gretchen Scharnagl, Alette Simmons-Jimenez, Maxine Spector, Nina Surel, Chu Teppa, Paloma Teppa, Jackie Tufford, Jovan Karlo Villalba, Tom Virgin, Juan Carlos Zaldivar

Opening Preview: Saturday, December 4, 2010, 7:00 to 9:00 pm

Artformz at Verge Hours: Saturday, 4 December: Noon to 8 pm; Sunday, 5 December: Noon to 6 pm
www.artformz.net
www.vergeartfair.com/miami.html

Exhibitalia the Italian Pavilion 12/1-6/10

Ilaria Niccolini Production in collaboration with Cabrini and Associates Italy-America Chamber of Commerce Southeast and with the special support of FIAT and Ducati Miami presents
Exhibitalia,
the first Italian Pavilion of contemporary arts
Curator Maurizio Vanni, Director of Lucca Center of Contemporary Art, Italy

Dec.1 – Dec. 6, noon to midnight daily
70 NW 25th. St.
Wynwood Arts District
exhibitalia.com

Exhibitalia, the Italian Pavilion shows more than 40 artists and 200 artworks in its 15,000 sq ft of outdoor and indoor exhibition spaces. The show has been curated by Maurizio Vanni director of Lu.C.C.A. Center of Contemporary Art, the trendiest center for contemporary arts in Italy.

Fiat & Art Students from Miami Universities
FIAT will hold a competition among the enthusiastic hands of the students of the Art departments of Miami universities, under the supervision of the talented Christian Balzano, an internationally recognized artist with a long experience in international exhibitions. Christian was specifically selected for Exhibitalia by Fiat and the Lu.C.C.A. Museum.

Exhibitalia on Photography
Renowned magazine photographer Colleen Duffley will devote three afternoons to photo shoots involving the public and sponsors. An ad-hoc set will be created using three of the new FIAT 500 cars, that will also be the protagonists of all the activities taking place daily at Exhibitalia.

In addition, Shots Gallery of Bergamo, Italy, will present photographs by Mario De Biasi (black and whites of the 40ies and 50ies) and Pietro Masturzo, recent winner of the World Press Award 2010.

Ducati Tours in 1189 Superbike
Ducati will keep the pace with daily events centered around the new 1189 Superbike, that will tour the city for photo shoots.

International Artists in Exhibitalia
Italian artists and European colleagues and friends: nine international guests of Exhibitalia, from Germany, Greece and Venezuela, will be presented by Euart.

Italian contemporary Arts
Works by 26 Italian contemporary artists presented by Art-Events.

Ken Scott silk and ceramic collection
Courtesy of the Italian Cultural Institute in Washington DC with Fondazione Sartirana Arte and Ilaria Niccolini Production.

About Exhibitalia
Exhibitalia, is the first Italian Pavilion devoted to the excellence of contemporary arts, in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami. Curated by Maurizio Vanni. 15,000 sq ft of outdoor and indoor exhibition spaces, more than 40 artists and 200 artworks, 20 mobile walls, and three major international sponsors: FIAT (Chrysler), Ducati Miami, and SEA Milano Airports.

The guiding thread of the whole Exhibitalia experience will be the human flow, the crowds, the analysis of intermingling paths and the opportunities for reflection provided by Cabrini’s “small men”.

On the web exhibitalia.com / luccamuseum.com/ sandrocabrini.it/ ilarianiccolini.com/ euart.org/ shotsgallery.it/ galleriapoliedro.com/ syrlin-kunstverein.de/ studiobthebeach.com/ colleenduffleyphotography.com

Information Via Art Circuits Press Releases

Swimwear Association of Florida Announces Launch of Lingerie Show at SwimShow 2011 7/16-19/11

Swimwear Association Of Florida Announces
Launch Of Lingerie Show At Swimshow
July 16 – 19, 2011
Miami Beach Convention Center

SwimShow, the largest and most comprehensive swimwear show in the world, is excited to announce the inaugural launch of the Lingerie Show to premiere at the annual trade show in July 2011. Already recognized as the worldwide leader in swimwear exhibitions, Swimwear Association of Florida (SAF) is expanding its reach into the synergetic market of lingerie in response to the needs of its buyers and vendors.

“Due to the shifts in the global economy and the ever-changing structure of our industry, SAF believed that we needed to evolve our show based on the needs of our members,” said SwimShow organizer Judy Stein. “Our number one priority is to ensure a beneficial, productive and enjoyable experience for all our attendees. By adding Lingerie to our show mix we are in effect saving our retailers time and money and giving them the opportunity to source more product.” The addition of the Lingerie Show will allow retail buyers to get their first and all-encompassing look at what the most established designers and new up-and-coming talent are presenting for both swimwear and lingerie in one location.

SwimShow is the premier resource for buyers from all swimwear categories, and caters to designer boutiques, resort shops, specialty stores, surf shops, department stores, mass merchants and more. Every year, brands are juried to ensure that only the finest swimwear is presented and the top brands from around the world are featured. This high standard of exhibition will also be in place for the Lingerie Show. SAF will continue to guarantee that only the best quality brands and most creative new companies are offered space to showcase their new collections.

Lingerie Show debuts during the four action-packed days of SwimShow 2012 at the Miami Beach Convention Center from July 16 – 19, 2011.

For more information please contact Cece Feinberg at [email protected] or 305.532.3467

Guess by Marciano Runway Fashion Show 12/4/10

Guess by Marciano Runway Fashion Show
Dec. 4th 2010, 10pm
MIA on biscayne
20 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Florida 33132
www.sx-fo.com

Dec. 4, 2010 (Keeping Up with The Kardashian’s) Club MIA and Guess by Marciano have teamed up to make the hottest Party/Fashion show of the year right in the heart of Downtown Miami. Guess by Marciano will be featuring all the new looks for the new season and what to expect in high end fashion for 2011.

Cernuda Arte at Art Basel Miami Beach 12/2-5/10

Cernuda Arte at Art Basel Miami Beach
12/2/10 – 12/5/10, 12 noon – 8 p.m.
Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami Beach Convention Center
www.cernudaarte.com

Cernuda Arte at Art Basel Miami Beach

It is with great pleasure that we announce our forthcoming participation
– for the first time – in one of the most prestigious international art fairs
Art Basel Miami Beach December 2-5, 2010
at the Miami Beach Convention Center, BOOTH H2.

Cernuda Arte will feature a sterling show of “Twentieth Century Cuban Modernists” (from the 1920s through the 1960s), including works by, Wifredo Lam, Víctor Manuel, Amelia Peláez, Eduardo Abela, Mario Carreño, Carlos Enríquez, Fidelio Ponce de León, Mariano Rodríguez, René Portocarrero, Cundo Bermúdez, among others.

The new edition of our annual publication, Important Cuban Artworks, volume nine, a 132-page-full-color catalog – documenting over 200 works – will be presented during the fair.

Show Dates and Hours: Thursday, December 2 to Sunday, December 5, 2010:
Daily from noon to 8 p.m., Sunday until 6 p.m.

For further information: Cernuda Arte 305-461-1050 / [email protected]

Miss Pepper Boutique 1 Year Anniversary Party 12/2/10

Accessory Maven–Miss Pepper Boutique Celebrates Its One-Year Anniversary
MiSS PEPPER
7308 Red Road
South Miami, FL 33143
ph. 305.668.8282
December 2nd, 2010 from 5-9pm

Enjoy A Night Of Delectable Delights, Fall Designs, And Fabulous Donations, South Miami Style!

Accessories hot spot, MiSS PEPPER Boutique is proud to announce the celebration of their one-year anniversary with a fantastic in store event! In honor of their one-year milestone, boutique owners Alina Areces, Carolina Garcia, and Victoria Coto invite you to a night of delectable delights, fall designs, and fabulous donations! Fashionistas, friends, and family are welcome to attend this exclusive celebratory event on December 2nd, 2010 from 5-9pm, at the MiSS PEPPER Boutique located in the heart of South Miami.

Guests will have the chance to view the latest trends by Kacey K, Cool Joolz by Martha Calvo, Soixante Neuf, and House of Harlow while sipping on signature cocktails & hors d’oeuvres. All visitors who donate an unwrapped/unopened toy in support of the Get Styled, Give Smiles Holiday Toy Drive (benefitting the Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation) will receive 20% of their purchase that evening.

About MiSS PEPPER Boutique:
MiSS PEPPER Boutique is South Miami’s premier location for the latest in jewelry, handbags, wallets, and accessories. Featuring designer lines like House of Harlow, Elizabeth Cole, A.V. Max, and Deux Lux, Jessica Elliot, and Taudrey at extremely affordable prices ranging from $15 to $500. With a wide variety of embellished accessories, MiSS PEPPER Boutique offers options for the economic shopper to the luxurious shopper while treating each guest like the VIP that they are. Picture a chic gray and yellow floral wallpapered space, with a delightful lime green fainting couch, surrounded by yummy trays of cookies and mini cupcakes. MiSS PEPPER boutique hosts monthly designer trunk shows and shopping parties, offering locals the first chance to snag the latest in accessory trends. www.facebook.com/misspepperboutique

About Get Styled Give Smiles Campaign:
A partnership between AILY V and Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Celebrating its 2nd year, GET STYLED, GIVE SMILES will be launching its campaign this November 26th just in time for the famous shopping holiday, Black Friday and will be running until December 17th. Throughout the 4-week campaign the 20% shopping discount is available to all customers at any time who bring in their unwrapped toy to participating locations. It celebrates its official KICK OFF Party at MiSS PEPPER BOUTIQUE in conjunction with their one-year anniversary celebration. For those who cant make it out to the various locations and would like to make a donation via text message, they can text “CHILD” to 85944 and send a $5 gift of health to Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation.
For more information please log onto www.getstyledgivesmiles.org.

Miami Outstanding Piano Amateurs Festival 12/5/10

Miami Outstanding Piano Amateurs
Sunday, December 5th, 2010 at 4:15 pm
Steinway Piano Gallery
4104 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida 33146

After a great success of the Opening concert of the Miami Outstanding Piano Amateurs Festival on November 13th another wonderful pianists will share their passion for the piano and creative efforts in the upcoming recital with the fascinating music ranging from Baroque era through Classics and Romantics, to more contemporary composers:

Alexia Leow, MD Ph.D. Department of Psychiatry and Department of Bio Engineering at University of Illinois College of Medicine.
Ronald S. Lubetsky, M.D., J.D. Private practice in Internal Medicine and Pain-management
Frank McFadden, Ph.D. President of CVI Analytics

Please remember to pass this information on to your friends, colleagues and family who may not have been contacted and may enjoy the participation in “Miami Outstanding Piano Amateurs” Do not miss such a great opportunity to take part in the Festival and hear live performances of talented artists in the elegant atmosphere of Steinway Piano Gallery!

For information please call 305-588-0083 or 305-774-9878
Email: [email protected]
Free concert.

Sensory Luxury 12/2-4/10

Sensory Luxury
December 2-4, 7pm-10pm
Acoustic Architects
271 NW 23rd Street
Miami, Florida

An Exclusive Presentation of Fine Contemporary Art in the Wynwood Arts District – Art Basel Miami, 7-10pm Dec 2, 3 and 4

Featuring
…Jen Haley – Kurt Merkel – Derek Gores – Christina Major – Mirinka Bendova – Larry Buist

“This dynamic exhibit is a true feast for the senses… Melt in front of Jen Haley’s organic abstracts in paint and epoxy resin. Hear the ‘poetry of line’ in Kurt Merkel’s caligraphic works in metal and stone. Absorb the layers of memory in Derek Gores’ lush collage portraits made of recycled magazines. Wonder at Christina Major’s ethereal figure paintings lost in a dream. Witness Mirinka Bendova’s sensual figures and Larry Buist’s control of layered wood in creating new natural forms. Look… Listen… Feel…”
– Acoustic Architects

“I’m thrilled to present this collection of artists to the Art Basel Miami audience. We have beautiful new ideas, cutting edge techniques, artists with national and international careers underway. Derek Gores, for example, is represented by Thinkspace Gallery LA and was just named ‘one of the 40 important artists in the New Contemporary Movement’ at the London Miles Gallery in the UK. Come see what all the buzz is about… at ‘Sensory Luxury’.”
– Curator Jen Haley

Bird Road Art Walk Saturday 12/18/10

Bird Road Art Walk
Saturday, December 18, 2010, 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Bird Road Art District
Throughout the Bird Road Art District, check our facebook page for particpating studios or call 305.467.6819 for more info.
Facebook page.

Particpating Studios & Art Spaces:
Accent Alternative Art Space
Aperture Studios
Artworks Associates II
Carlos Antonio Rancano
Erik Speyer Studio
Esteban Blanco Art Studio
G Peralta Fine Arts
Gina Guzman Stained Glass Studio
Lambertini Art
Madero Art
MANO Fine Art Studio/Project Space
Miami Art Club
Miami Press Workshop
Nestor Arenas Fine Art Photography
Nickel Glass Studio
Onate Fine Art
Pablo Lazo Studio
Rafael Consuegra/Caudart Gallery & Studio
Ray Azcuy Art Studio
Rodolfo Chavarriaga Art Studio
Rofle R. Art Studio
Romero Hidalgo Artists’ Studios
Tropical Art Gallery@ Palmetto Rug
The Young Artists Academy
Valmar Framing Gallery
Victor Gomez Workshop
Warehouse

Go behind-the-scenes, in one of Miami’s oldest art districts. Visit open studios, view gallery exhibitions, meet the artists, enjoy complimentary cocktails and hors d’ ouvres, plenty of free parking and complimentary shuttle bus service that will take you to each major studio hub throughout the night.

Our favorite gourmet mobile food vendors will be also be set-up at strategic points along the way so that you can stop and have dinner.

The Bird Road Art District (BRAD) is located just off the beaten path east of SW 75th Avenue, which runs alongside the Palmetto Expressway and between Bird Road (SW 40th St) and SW 48th St. The majority of the artist’s studios are located off of SW 75th Ave.

Start your Art Walk at any of the particpating studios or alternative art spaces. Look for the shuttle bus that will take you from one warehouse hub to another. The bus goes by all the particpating venues approximately every 25-30 minutes. Suggested starting point for the Art Walk is 4229 SW 75 Avenue

Getting there:
Traveling from the North
From I-75
Go south to 826, then south to Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right
onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left at first parking lot.

From I-95
Go south to 826, then south to Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left at first parking lot.

From the Florida Turnpike
Go south to 836, then east to 826 south, then to the Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left at first parking lot.

Traveling from the South
From US1
Go north to 826, then to Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left at first parking lot.

From 874
Go north to 826, then to Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left at first parking lot.

Traveling from the East
From I-95
Go south to 836, then west to 826 south, then to the Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left at first parking lot.

From Miami International Airport
Go west on 836 to 826 south, then to the Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left at first parking lot.

Traveling from the West
From Tamiami (8th St.)
Take the Florida Turnpike North to 836,
then East to 826 south, then to the Bird Rd. exit. go east 1 block and turn right onto 74th Ct (Shell Station on corner) continue on 74th Ct, follow the curve and turn left into first parking lot.

The Street Festival of Electronic Music, Art and Performance 12/2-4/10

The Street: Festival of Electronic Music, Art and Performance
featuring 60×60 Sanguine Mix, EMMI: Expressive Machines Musical Instruments, FLEA: FIU Laptop & Electronic Arts Ensemble, FRIDAMUSIQ, James George, Aurie Hsu, Daniel Peterson, SHARE and Keiko Uenishi.
December 2-4, 2010
FREE
In front of Harold Golen Gallery
2294 NW 2nd Ave, Wynwood Art District, Miami FL, 33127
[email protected]
More Info.

With the support of Foundation of Emerging Technologies and Arts, Harold Golen Gallery, SCFA and the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

United Nude 5PRCITY exhibition Opening Party 12/2/10

You are cordially invited to the United Nude 5PRCITY exhibition Opening Party
Thursday December 2nd, 6pm to 10pm
United Nude Miami
Miami Design District
161 NE 40th Street
Miami, FL 33137
[email protected]
www.unitednude.com

5PRCITY is a Chinese conteporary photography exhibition with works by
Quist
223
Qiu
Liki Yiu

Music by: The Chainsmokers

The Grand Luxury Tour at Nikki Beach New Year’s Eve 12/31/10

The Grand Luxury Tour at Nikki Beach
A global rendez-vous for the elite on New Year’s eve 2011
Nikki Beach reclaims its title as South Beach’s jet set hotspot with a blowout New Years Eve soiree.

On December 31 2010, Nikki Beach Miami invites you to come aboard The Grand Luxury Tour, South Beach most glamorous New Year’s eve soirée. Prepare for a global event as the Orient Express-themed evening transports guests to all the exotic locations of Nikki Beach, celebrating famed venues such as St. Tropez, Marbella, Koh Samui, St. Barths, Cabarete and Marrakech. This exquisite affair will feature mouth-watering haute cuisine designed uniquely by Chef Gerry Gnassi, thrilling live entertainment including a private fireworks display and a New York-style ball drop at midnight in Miami.

Taking a page from, as Vanity Fair states, “the train against which all other luxury trains are measured,” Nikki Beach will be the destination against which all others in Miami will be compared to after this amazing event. Elevating the signature Nikki Style to the ultimate in jet-set elegance, guests should wear their finest fashions and expect to be dazzled. Draped in beautiful decorations, The Grand Luxury Tour at Nikki Beach will evoke an air of romance and adventure, designed to thrill and enchant throughout the evening’s journey. All Nikki Beach destinations will be celebrated as the Orient Express moves along, and as midnight strikes in all the international time zones.

Guests will have several choices of how they want to celebrate, from different levels of VIP bottle service to a gastronomic delight starring such stellar dishes as sugar cane foie gras, heart of palm and asparagus salad, miso marinated sea bass, duck confit and center cut filets. Make sure to save room for the dessert course and savor the tantalizing chocolate tasting offered only on this ultimate night of celebration. Stay tuned to find out more information about the various packages that will be available.

In true Nikki style, the evening will feature a fabulous program with outrageous live performances, throbbing beats spun by the best international DJ’s, delicious signature Nikki Beach cocktails and the sexiest jet-set crowd. The Orient Express is a work of art and a true Art Deco icon, and The Grand Luxury Tour at Nikki Beach will dazzle the senses and transport guests during this chic, not be missed amazing event.

The Grand Luxury Tour at Nikki Beach will begin at 8:00 pm and continue until 5:00 am. For more information please visit www.nikkibeach.com or call 305-538-1111.

Stay tuned for details on Destination Nikki Beach’s VIP exclusives, DJ lineup and special guests. Visit www.nikkibeach.com today where tickets are available at a special discounted rate of $50 until December 15. After the mid-month mark, tickets will be offered at the standard price of $75 for general admission.

About Nikki Beach (www.nikkibeach.com)
In 1998, Nikki Beach introduced the world to the ultimate beach club concept bringing dining, fashion, art, music and entertainment together. As quoted by the London Observer as “The Sexiest Place on Earth”, over a decade later, Nikki Beach continues to make its mark in the world’s hottest addresses and trendsetting locales, recently claiming the #1 spot in Travel Channel’s World’s Sexiest Beach Bars. The Nikki Beach concept has transcended its international venues and grown into a global lifestyle company with a seasonal clothing line; a sun care and fragrance line; Marketing and Public Relations Divisions; Global Sponsorships and Special Events; Nikki Beach Music; Nikki Beach Beauty; a VIP and Concierge program; and a Hotel and Resorts Division with 10 new locations to open starting in 2012. The Nikki Beach lifestyle can now be experienced in twelve cities, in eight different countries with more locations to come in the near future: Miami Beach, Florida, USA; St.Tropez, France; Cannes, France; St. Barth, French West Indies; Marbella, Spain; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; New York City, New York, USA; Marrakech, Morocco; Koh Samui, Thailand; Cabarete, Dominican Republic; Toronto, Canada; and soon Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. For more information on Nikki Beach locations, please visit www.nikkibeach.com.
For more information on Nikki Beach, please visit www.nikkibeach.com.

The Station at The News Lounge Art Exhibition 12/3/10

The Station at The News Lounge rt Exhibition
12/3/2010, 5pm-3am
The New Lounge
5580 NE 4th Court
Miami, FL 33137
www.the55thstreetstation.com

Exhibition, Live Art & Music
Complimentary cocktail reception 5pm to 6pm
No cover

Artists:
Claude Charlier
Adam Schrimmer
Terry Thompson

Music:
JP Rigaud
Doruk Ozlen
Chilly
SPECIAL GUEST
TERRY THOMPSON

Artaholics may have their ArtBasel Miami schedule planned out, but a comprehensive trip is not complete without a visit to The STATION at the News Lounge ArtBasel exhibition. Curator JP Rigaud assembled a fascinating group of mid-career artists that are reshaping the landscape of contemporary art. Adam Schrimmer will perform live paintings during the exhibition.

Claude Charlier is an artist born in Nancy, France. He knew at a very early age that photography and painting was going to be his life’s passion, though his studies remained on the classical arts; music and fine art in particular. After the usual first jobs, including working as a photographer for the French Governement, he was asked to come and work at Paris Match after doing a scoop of a jail revolution. At that time, he also started to collaborate with Shuji Terayama, writer and director of the Tenjo Sajiki and Suzuki Tadashi director of the Waseda Shogekijo, then co-wrote and directed “Laurence de Paris”. But soon, he realized that the theater world was not the perfect fit for him and he left Paris and London for Tokyo, and began a life that took him all over the world.
Apart from photography and painting, he also worked as an art director for 4 years creating international campaigns for majors Japanese companies, did a couple of morning shows for Japanese networks and helped in creating several magazines like Tokyo Journal, Vu and G magazine.

Claude has lived and worked in Japan, Europe, South East Asia and in the USA, where he currently resides. His work has appeared in of the world’s major publications, and his client list includes an impressive list of the world’s major corporations and publications. He has won back to back awards for best annual reports over a six year period, and received the Mercury Award for his work for Ricoh Company, Best advertising campaign for NEC twice, Best magazine add for Nikon Camera campaign, etc….
Several of his shows have been sponsored by Nikon, Pentax, and Ilford & Kodak. Claude Charlier is listed in both the “Dictionnaire des Photographes” and in the “Encyclopedie de la Photographie”.His works has also been purchased by several museums, including the Louvre, and by private collectors.

Adam Schrimmer: “Schrimmer, self taught, but formally trained at the Ringling School of Art & Design, is no stranger to Miami’s art scene. Adam has been submerged in its waves since 2003.Upon arriving, he joined the ranks of Diaspora Vibe Galleries’ residents and moved into the Bakehouse Art Complex as a resident artist, serving on their Board of Directors as their Artist Representative. During this time, Schrimmer’s work was commissioned by such Miami heavy weights as The Related Group, One Miami LLC, Adrienne Arsht Center, The Vagabond, Village Voice Media, Miami and Broward Palm Beach New Times and Harley Davidson. He has also taken part in several solo and group shows throughout the years at numerous national galleries and popular night spots like The Standard, The Vagabond, and Park West in Miami. Adam’s work consists of mostly black and white, charcoal drawings on a variety of surfaces. He feels the direct friction between his hands and his material creates the energy that pulses out,
onto the canvas. A humble artist, he is a force to be reckoned with. His portraits empower people to feel aggressive, powerful and sexy; to reveal their true colors. His work shows its form in the most raw and seductive way possible.This will be Schrimmer’s 4th Art Basel showing, his works collected both nationally and internationally.”

Terry Thompson: Part Visual Artist, DJ, producer, and modern day renaissance man. As a producer, this veteran dj hit the big leagues with his international smash hit “Shine” on the Defected UK label. His track was featured as a New Essential Tune on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio show in 2007. Also released during the WMC conference that same year and played by djs from all around the world. Terry is no stranger to Art Basel or Miami. He performed at various venues in South Beach over the last 5 years.

Terry is also a well-known visual artist. His second one-man exhibition, titled Party People (2007) in the Sub-Basement Art Gallery’s 20,000 square-foot massive space in Baltimore rocked. The show featured an array of works linked by expressive and mystical relationships between transient and communal party people. For example, Touched the Sky is a large-scale painting named after the popular underground dance track released this year by Dennis Ferrer. Much like the lyrics of the song, the painting captured the colors, rhythms and synergy on dance floors in New York, Miami, London, and Ibiza. Thompson paints mini grid-like windows filled with hieroglyphics figures. In each painting he creates his own language that on the surface resembles musical notes. However, when you look at them closely there is more to the story than meets the eye.

Other works shown were Shine, Rej, Milk and 2 Sugars, Chinkara, and Sosue. Most of the works represented a chic blend of cultures, spirits, and passionate grooves from the underground dance scene.

Terry Thompson was born in Chicago, IL. He is a self-taught artist and was an artist-in-residence for 3 years at Baltimore’s School 33 Art Center. Thompson has had various exhibitions including: Flash Art Museum, Trevi, Italy (1998), World Fine Art Gallery, New York, (1999), School 33 Art Center Bi-annual (1999, 2001) Maryland Art Place (2005), Artexpo 2005, New York (2005), Sub-basement Artist Gallery (2005,2007). He holds a Masters of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University.

JP Rigaud: For the last two decades this international dj has been rocking dance floors around the globe. The former resident of Nikki Beach for many years took his audience on a journey from chill-out, new jazz, broken beat to the sounds of deep, bossa, latin house and house.

Doruk Ozlen: DJ/Producer from Istanbul, Turkey. This multi-talented dj/producer is making big waves with his monster productions. His tracks are played all over the world. He is one of the most respected dj and producer on the scene today

Chilly: On the scene in Miami for many years, Chilly is without a doubt made a mark in dance music. “Just Chilly.” Chilly has spun, at a host of venues in Miami including Forge and the now-defunct Pearl. His Dolce Entertainment company has hosted some of the best parties in the city.

Terry Thompson: CodeRed/Defected in the House. Enough said.

KCC Productions and the Van Dyke Cafe present Six Son 11/27/10

KCC Productions and the Van Dyke Cafe present Six Son
Saturday, November 27, at 9 PM.
The Van Dyke is located at 846 Lincoln Road, South Beach.

Six Son features a fusion of the fundamental roots and rhythmic variations of timba and jazz. Members of the band have worked with Celia Cruz, Albita Rodriguez, Oscar D’Leon, Rocio Jurado and more. For more information, call 305-534-3600 or visit thevandykecafe.com.

Safe + The Pickle / Fuck Art, Let’s Dance / Off Basel 2010 12/2-4/10

The Electric Pickle
2826 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, FL

SAFE + The Electric Pickle Co present Fuck Art, Let’s Dance Off Basel 2010
Dec 2/3/4
All Shows 9PM till Late.

Thursday 12/2
Get Physical Music
Basel 2010 Special

Upstairs:
M.A.N.D.Y. 5 Hour Set
Lazaro Casanova

Downstairs:
Special Guest (The One and Only) DJ Koze
support: Joaquin

Friday 12/3

Upstairs:
Cassy [Perlon/Ostgutton/Cocoon/Panoramabar/Berlin]
Conway

Terrace:
Mock & Toof – Live [DFA/Tiny Sticks/London]

Downstairs:
Eric Duncan aka Dr. Dunks [DFA/Rub N’ Tug/Still Going/NYC]

support:
Nightdrive/Laura Of Miami
Will Renuart/Tomas

Saturday 12/4

Downstairs:
Dj Harvey (All Night Long)

Terrace:
Damian Lazarus

Upstairs:
The Wolf + Lamb Experience:
Zev
Gadi Mizrahi
Deniz Kurtel-Live
Soul Clap
Slow Hands

Twitter:
@SAFEmusic
@PickleMiami

Launch Miami Market Saturday 11/27/10

Launch Miami Market
Saturday, November 27, 2010, 11am – 6pm-Free to the Public
Open Air Market – Artists, Designers, Food Mobiles & Sweets
Holy Cross Santa Cruz Church
121 NE 36th St. & 1st Ave.
(across the street from midtown mall)
www.launcharte.com

Looking for unique buys… .Jewelry, Fashion, Accessories, Vintage Clothing, Art, handmade Leather Goods, T-shirt Designers, paintings, Music and more…

This weekly market offers the community direct access to talented entrepreneurs who live and work in South Florida. From November through April, meet and browse the works of local Artists and Emerging Designers.

Music provided by Djinji Brown

Food Mobile: Latin Burger
Dessert: Dolci Peccati Gelato Truck
2 Girls & Cupcake

Free to the public
Interested vendors email: [email protected]
“Threading the community with local Artists and Designers”
www.launcharte.com

ECOMB Opens a One-Stop Shop Recycling Drop-Off Station

ECOMB Opens A One-Stop Shop Recycling Drop-Off Station For Electronic Waste, Batteries, Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs and all other recyclables.
Miami Beach Center for the Environment
210 Second Street and Collins Court (alley between Washington & Collins Ave.)
Miami Beach, Fl 33139

· General Recyclables = Single Stream (glass, plastic, metal, paper, etc): 24 Hours A Day
· Electronics, Batteries, CFLs: from 10 am to 5 pm, but call us first to make arrangements.

ECOMB HAS JUST MADE IT A LOT EASIER FOR EVERYONE TO RECYCLE!

The Environmental Coalition of Miami & the Beaches, ECOMB, in partnership with the City of Miami Beach, eTronic eWaste (www.etronicewaste.com), EcoBatt (www.ecobatt.net) and Smart At Bulbs (www.smartatbulbs.com) is pleased to announce the opening of Miami-Dade County’s first One-Stop Shop Recycling Drop-Off Station for all types of electronic waste, batteries and compact fluorescent light bulbs at its new Miami Beach Center for the Environment.

The Center will also accept all other types of Single Stream Recyclables – glass, plastic, metal, paper, cardboard, magazines, junk mail, phone books, etc – for those businesses and residents that do not have a recycling program, thanks to an agreement established between the City of Miami Beach and our local waste haulers: Choice Recycling, General Hauling, Waste Management and WSI.

With ECOMB in the “hood”, its now easy to be part of the green movement. All you have to do is call ECOMB’s office or stop by to visit us.

Why: Because the average American throws out seven and a half pounds of trash each day! And it all end up at the landfills, where it just sits, compacted, buried, taking up space … forever. Recycling is important because it helps keep our resources plentful, not only for us but for our future generations: our children, grandchildren, and so on …

ECOMB is dedicated to the promotion of environmental sustainability and the preservation of our community’s ecology. We are a 501 (c) (3) founded in 1994.
Educating People. Engaging our Community. Effecting Environmental Change.

NETworks Presents Disney’s Beauty And The Beast at Adrienne Arsht Center 12/28/10-1/2/11

Disney’s Beauty And The Beast
December 28, 2010 – January 2, 2011
Ziff Ballet Opera House Adrienne Arsht Center
1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132
www.BeautyAndTheBeastOnTour.com
Tickets start at $25
For reservations, visit www.arshtcenter.org or call the box office at (305) 949-6722.

Disney’s Beauty And The Beast, the award-winning worldwide smash hit Broadway musical, is coming to Miami as part of the Broadway In Miami 2010-2011 season, presented by the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, Broadway Across America–Miami and presenting sponsor Bank of America. Produced by NETworks Presentations, this elaborate theatrical production will come to life on the stage of the Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House at the Adrienne Arsht Center from December 28, 2010 to January 2, 2011, with a special New Year’s Eve performance on December 30 at 6:30 p.m.

Disney’s Beauty And The Beast features an Academy Award®-winning score with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, with additional songs with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by Tim Rice. The beloved score, made famous by the animated film which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, features classic tunes including “Be Our Guest,” “Gaston,” and the timeless title track theme song. The book is written by Linda Woolverton.

“We invite Miami’s young and young at heart to join us for an inspiring holiday season at the Adrienne Arsht Center,” said M. John Richard, president and CEO of the Adrienne Arsht Center. “Beauty and the Beast is a timeless show that provides South Florida with a great opportunity to share in the wonder of live theater and create magical memories that will last for a lifetime.”

The original creators of the Broadway show join forces again for this new touring production! The play is directed by Rob Roth and choreographed by Matt West, with Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward (Tony Award® winner for her work on Disney’s Beauty and the Beast), Lighting Design by Natasha Katz, Scenic Design by Stanley A. Meyer, Sound Design by John Petrafesa Jr. and Music Supervision by Michael Kosarin.

Says Director Rob Roth: “It has been wonderful to bring the entire original design team back together to work on this new production of Beauty and the Beast. We have remained very close as a team over the years of producing the show around the world, and it has been so much fun getting together to re-explore and re-invent the show for this new NETworks tour. The theme of ‘Beauty’ is about seeing past the exterior into the heart of someone, and this is reflected in the design for the show, which is about transparency and layers, seeing past one thing and into another.”

Disney’s Beauty And The Beast tells the classic story of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped in a spell placed by an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity.

Disney’s Beauty And The Beast has become an international sensation that has played to more than 35 million people worldwide in 21 countries. Prices, artists, dates, times, and program are subject to change without notice.

Now celebrating its Fifth Anniversary Season, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is one of the world’s leading performing arts organizations and venues. Made possible by Miami-Dade County’s largest ever public/private-sector partnership, the Center is home to the Florida Grand Opera, Miami City Ballet and New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy. In addition, numerous South Florida arts organizations perform in its theaters regularly. Since opening in 2006, the Center has emerged as a leader in offering and presenting innovative programming that mirrors South Florida’s diversity, as a catalyst for development in Miami, and as a host of impactful community outreach and education programs.

Designed by world-renowned architect Cesar Pelli of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, the venue is comprised of the 2,400- seat Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House, the 2,200-seat John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall, the black box Carnival Studio Theater, a restored Carnival Tower, the Peacock Foundation, Inc. Studio, the Peacock Foundation, Inc. Education Center and the outdoor Parker and Vann Thomson Plaza for the Arts. The Carnival Tower, an architectural icon and one of Miami’s oldest Art Deco buildings, houses the street-level BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® Lounge. Events impresario and restaurateur Barton G. Weiss brought his signature style to the Center in 2009 with PRELUDE BY BARTON G, a full-service upscale restaurant. Visit www.arshtcenter.org for more information.

Owned and operated by British theatre producer John Gore (CEO) and entertainment industry veteran Thomas B. McGrath (Chairman), Broadway Across America presents first-class touring Broadway musicals and plays, family productions and other live events throughout a network of over 40 North American cities. Broadway Across America is also dedicated to the development and production of new and diverse live theatre for productions on Broadway, across America and throughout the world. Broadway Across America most recently produced Irving Berlin’s WHITE CHRISTMAS on Broadway, while current and upcoming productions include WEST SIDE STORY and PROMISES, PROMISES. Broadway tours include DORA THE EXPLORER, FROST/NIXON, SPAMALOT, CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. For more information or to purchase tickets through an authorized agent go to BroadwayAcrossAmerica.com.

Broadway Across America–Miami is presented in arrangement with Florida Theatrical Association, a non-profit civic organization with a volunteer board of trustees established to ensure the continued presentation of quality national touring Broadway productions in the state of Florida.

Bank of America is one of the world’s largest financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small- and middle- market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. The company provides unmatched convenience in the United States, serving approximately 57 million consumer and small business relationships with 5,900 retail banking offices, more than 18,000 ATMs and award-winning online banking with 29 million active users. Bank of America is among the world’s leading wealth management companies and is a global leader in corporate and investment banking and trading across a broad range of asset classes, serving corporations, governments, institutions and individuals around the world. Bank of America offers industry-leading support to approximately 4 million small business owners through a suite of innovative, easy-to-use online products and services. The company serves clients through operations in more than 40 countries. Bank of America Corporation stock (NYSE: BAC) is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Bank of America Corporate Philanthropy Building on a long-standing tradition of investing in the communities it serves, last year Bank of America embarked on a new, 10-year goal to donate $2 billion to nonprofit organizations engaged in improving the health and vitality of their neighborhoods. Funded by Bank of America, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation gave more than $200 million in 2009, making the bank one of the largest corporate cash donors in the United States. Bank of America approaches investing through a national strategy under which it works with local leaders to identify and meet the most pressing needs of individual communities. Reaffirming a commitment to develop and sustain a culture of service, the bank announced the “Million Hour Challenge,” a pledge by the company’s associates around the world to donate 1 million volunteer hours by the end of 2010. In 2009, bank associate volunteers contributed more than 800,000 hours to enhance the quality of life in their communities nationwide. For more information about Bank of America Corporate Philanthropy, please visit www.bankofamerica.com/foundation.

Biographies

Alan Menken’s stage musicals include (in chronological order) God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, Atina: Evil Queen of the Galaxy, Little Shop of Horrors, The Dream on Royal Street, Kicks: The Showgirl Musical, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, Beauty and the Beast, A Christmas Carol, Weird Romance, King David, Der Glockner von Notre Dame, The Little Mermaid and Sister Act. His film musicals include Little Shop of Horrors, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Newsies, Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Home on the Range, A Christmas Carol and Enchanted.

He has won more Academy Awards than any other living individual, including 4 Oscars for Best Score (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and Pocahontas) and 4 Oscars for best song (“Under the Sea,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “A Whole New World” and “Colors of the Wind”). In addition, he has been nominated 18 times, including Best Song nominations for “Mean Green Mother From Outer Space,” “Kiss the Girl,” “Belle,” “Be Our Guest,” “Friend Like Me,” “Go the Distance,” “Happy Working Song,” “So Close” and “That’s How You Know,” plus a Best Score nomination for The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He has won 10 Grammy Awards (including Song of the Year for “A Whole New World”), 7 Golden Globes, London’s Evening Standard Award, the Olivier Award and the Outer Critics Circle Award.

Other notable achievements include Billboard’s number one single (“A Whole New World”) and number one album (Pocahontas), an honorary doctorate in fine arts from New York University and induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Alan’s upcoming stage and film projects include a new stage musical of Leap of Faith (opening on Broadway in the fall of ’10), a stage adaptation of Newsies and a new Disney animated musical, Rapunzel (slated for release holiday season of ’10).

Howard Ashman conceived, wrote and directed Little Shop of Horrors, based on Roger Corman’s 1960-era horror flick and with music by Alan Menken. Little Shop played for five years off-Broadway at the Orpheum Theater. The show continues to be produced to great acclaim in the US as well as internationally. In 2003, Little Shop was revived on Broadway and in 2007 it was revived on the West End. It is currently one of the most produced shows in American High Schools.

In 1986, Ashman wrote and directed the Broadway musical, Smile, music by Marvin Hamlisch. Little appreciated at the time, Smile is now considered a lost gem of musical theater and is performed by high school students around the US.

Turning his talents toward film, Ashman was pivotal in the renaissance of Disney animated musicals and in the development of Disney’s The Little Mermaid (Producer and Lyrics), Beauty and the Beast (Executive Producer and Lyrics) and Aladdin (Lyrics), all with music by Alan Menken. Ashman’s contributions to the revival of classic Disney animated musicals were perhaps best expressed by the dedication to the film Beauty and the Beast: “To our friend Howard, who gave a mermaid her voice and a beast his soul. He will be forever missed.”

Ashman’s numerous awards include two Oscars, two Golden Globes, four Grammys, a Drama Desk and a London Evening Standard. He died in 1991 at age 40 from complications arising from AIDS. Ashman Sings Ashman, a CD of his work, with never-before-heard demos, including those from Smile, is available from PS Classics. Ashman’s papers are in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress.

Tim Rice (Sir Tim to you) has been writing lyrics for musical theatre and related enterprises for over forty years, something he only intended to do for a few months while waiting to become a pop star. The waiting has been extended, mainly because of the world’s failure to accept him as a rock god, but also because of the distracting success of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Aladdin, King David and Beauty and the Beast with Alan Menken, Chess with Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, and The Lion King and Aida with Elton John. He is well known in England, his home country, for his love of cricket and as a tolerable radio and television personality. He has won numerous awards along the way, including Oscars, Tonys and life-saving badges, but often for the wrong thing and often for simply turning up. He is currently working with Alan Menken on songs for a new film version of Beauty and the Beast, on a musical play about Machiavelli, and is plugging the recently released DVD and album of Chess in Concert starring Josh Groban, Idina Menzel and Adam Pascal. More gripping info can be found on www.timrice.co.uk but please don’t feel obliged to go there.

Linda Woolverton’s writing credits include the screenplay for the animated feature film Beauty and the Beast (Golden Globe winner and Academy Award Best Picture nominee); the screenplay (shared) for Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey; screenplay (shared) for the animated feature film The Lion King; the book for the Broadway musical Beauty and the Beast (Tony Award nomination for Best Book of a Musical, winner 1998 Olivier Award Best New Musical); and book (shared) for Elton John and Tim Rice’s Broadway musical Aida. Also she has written two young-adult novels, Star-Wind and Running Before the Wind. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts from California State University Long Beach and a Master’s degree in Theatre from California State University Fullerton. Linda is currently involved in writing and producing film projects for Miramax and Revolution studios. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Lee Flicker and daughter Keaton.

Rob Roth (Director) was nominated for a Tony Award for his direction of the original Broadway production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. The show has won many awards throughout the world, including the Olivier Award for Best Musical in London. Rob directed the world premiere of Elaborate Lives – The Legend of Aida collaborating with Sirs Elton John and Tim Rice. Rob directed the Broadway production of Lestat, based on works of Anne Rice, with music and lyrics by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Rob also directs rock and roll tours, collaborating with Steve Miller, Alice Cooper, Cyndi Lauper and others. A book featuring Rob’s extensive collection of rock graphics, The Art of Classic Rock, will be published this year by Carlton UK Books. Rob lives in New York City with his black lab Dash Rip Rock.

Matt West (Choreographer) For Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Matt received the L.A. Drama-Logue Award. Matt also received London’s Olivier, New York’s Drama Desk and Outer Critics’ Circle award nominations for Beauty. Other Broadway: Lestat. Off-Broadway: Mimi LeDuck Starring Eartha Kitt. Matt choreographed the premiere of Elton John and Tim Rice’s Elaborate Lives at the Allience Theatre. Also: Little Shop of Horros, Buenos Aires; The Wanderer, Tokyo’s Parko Theatre; The Little Mermaid and Peter Pan for Disney Home Video and The Nutcracker for the Disney Channel. Film: Bobby in A Chorus Line. Matt is currently working on World of Color for Disney’s California Adventure and Fantasmic for Tokyo Disneyland. Matt dedicates this Production to his Parents.

Ann Hould-Ward (Costume Design) Broadway: A Catered Affair (Drama Desk nomination); Company; Dance of the Vampires; Beauty and the Beast (Tony Award; American Theatre Wing’s Design Award; Ovation Award; Oliver nomination, Best Costume Design); Into the Woods (Tony, Drama Desk nominations; Outer Critics Circle nomination, L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award); Falsettos; Sunday in the Park with George (Tony, Drama Desk Nominations); Harrigan ‘N’ Heart; Dream; St. Joan; Three Men on a Horse; Timon of Athens; In the Summer House; Little Me; The Moliere Comedies; House Arrest, Hamlet, Road Show (Public Theatre). Off-Broadway: Surviving Grace, Lobster Alice, Cymbeline. Film: Strike!, Miramax. Other credits: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, The Most Happy Fella (New York City Opera), Graciela Daniele (Ballet Hispanico), Lar Lubovitch (the White Oak Project), American Ballet Theatre (Othello, Artemis and Meadow).

Natasha Katz (Lighting Design) Broadway credits include: The Little Mermaid, The Coast of Utopia/Salvage (Tony Award 2007), A Chorus Line (Adapted from original design) The 25th Annual Spelling Bee, Tarzan, Aida (Tony Award 2000), Sweet Smell of Success, Twelfth Night, Beauty and the Beast, The Capeman, Gypsy, Barrymore, and Pack of Lies. Other designs: Sister Act on the West End, Buried Child for The National Theatre in London, Cyrano for the The Metropolitan Opera, Tryst for the Royal Ballet in London, Carnival of the Animals for New York City Ballet, Swan Lake at the Edinburgh Festival, Don Quixote for American Ballet Theatre, concert acts for Shirley MacLaine, Ann-Margret and Tommy Tune. Ms. Katz has designed many Off-Broadway (current: Altar Boyz) and American regional productions.

Stanley A. Meyer (Scenic Designer/ Production Designer) is the recipient of an American Theatre Wing Design Award nomination, New York Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, 2002 National Broadway Theatre Award nomination, Los Angeles Ovation Award Nomination, Los Angeles Drama Logue Award for his scenic design work on the acclaimed international success, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. He is also proud to be honored as the first recipient of The League of American Theatres and Producers 2001, National Broadway Theatre Award for his design of the North America Tour of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Other designs include Little Shop of Horrors, Alejandro Romay Theatrical Productions (Buenos Aires); the world premieres of Joe Bard’s Zoz! The Bard of Dublin Liberties and Elton John & Tim Rice’s Elaborate Lives: The legend of Aida (Alliance Theatre); Regional productions: In Trousers; March of the Falsettos; Titanic; A Day in Hollywood, A Night in the Ukraine; Marry me a Little; The Marriage of Bette and Boo and Cloud 9 (Nat Horne Theatre); The Everafters and Festival of One Act Plays (Manhattan Punchline Theatre); The Secret Garden (Theatre Works, USA); The Merry Wives of Windsor (LA Drama Logue Award), King Lear, The Comedy of Errors (LA Drama Logue Award), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Two Gentlemen of Verona (LA Drama Logue Award), Southern California Grove Shakespeare festival.

John Petrafesa, Jr (Sound Designer) was the production sound engineer and/or associate sound designer for numerous productions of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast including, Broadway, Los Angeles, Toronto, US National Tours II & III and the UK National Tour. Other theatrical design and engineering credits include: The Music Man (Broadway), Guys and Dolls (National Tour) and Les Misérables (Broadway and National Tour). John is a director with Syntonic Design Group in New York, Orlando and Las Vegas, where he focuses on sound system design for theatre, live music and special events.

Michael Kosarin (Music Supervisor/Incidental Music Arrangements) has worked steadily on Broadway for over 25 years, and has been composer Alan Menken’s music director for over 15. Original music director/incidental music arranger, Broadway production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Original Broadway: Nine, Grand Hotel, Secret Garden, King David, Mayor, A Chorus Line, Triumph of Love, Little Shop of Horrors, Can-Can (Encores!), Hunchback of Notre Dame (Berlin), Sister Act (London). Film: Enchanted, Pocohontas, Hercules, Home On The Range, many others. TV: 2005 Emmy Award Outstanding Music Direction for work on musical film A Christmas Carol, Once Upon A Mattress, The Music Man (Emmy nomination). Recording/concert work: Long-time collaborations with Carly Simon (gold album/HBO special “My Romance”), Barbara Cook (concert engagements, produced/arranged album “Tribute”). Composer: TV’s “Wonder Pets,” “Johnny and the Sprites,” “Third and Bird.”

NETworks Presentations, LLC (Producer) Founded in 1995 by Kenneth Gentry, Seth Wenig and Scott Jackson, NETworks has produced and managed over 70 national and international touring productions. Previous productions include Oliver!, Little Women starring Maureen McGovern, Jekyll & Hyde, Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Cinderella starring Eartha Kitt and Deborah Gibson, Fosse starring Ben Vereen and Ruthie Henshall, The Light in the Piazza, My Fair Lady co- produced with Cameron Mackintosh, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma, Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, Sweeney Todd, The Demon Baber of Fleet Street, among many others. Joining returning hits Annie, The Drowsy Chaperone, Hairspray and The Wizard of Oz this season are Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Young Frankenstein, and the Lincoln Center’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific. Future titles include Joyful Noise’s production of Handel’s Messiah Rocks, Spring Awakening and Les Misérables.

Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

UM Creative Writing Program Hosts Write Now 2011 2/19-20/11

Write Now 2011: UM Creative Writing Program Hosts A Craft-Intensive Weekend
February 19th And 20th
Fiction, Poetry, Memoir

The University of Miami’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Program will host a weekend workshop series Write Now. The series is designed to engage the local writing community and will take place February 19-20, 2011. Led by the MFA program’s distinguished faculty, alumni, and graduate teaching assistants, the weekend will guide participants via workshops and seminars in fiction, poetry and memoir.

UM authors Jane Alison, A. Manette Ansay, Mia Leonin, Walter K. Lew, Lester Goran, Peter Schmitt, Maureen Seaton, and MFA program director M. Evelina Galang, joined by special guest novelist Chantel Acevedo, will offer insights into writing, revising and publishing.

2011 seminars highlights will include:
Necessary Stories: Writing and Revelation
Time Passes: The Practice of Pace in Fiction and Nonfiction
The Publishing Poet: Breaking Into Print (or Cybertext)
Fresh Starts, Big Risks: Strategies for Revision
Persona, Voice, and Authenticity
How (Not) To Get Published
Plot and the Artful Writer: That Tension Thing

Write Now is sponsored by the Creative Writing Program, the Department of English, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the MALS program at the University of Miami, along with community partner Books & Books. Proceeds from the conference go toward the Lester Goran Scholarship Fund. For more information, visit the Web site at www.as.miami.edu/english/creativewriting.

The University of Miami’s mission is to educate and nurture students, to create knowledge, and to provide service to our community and beyond. Committed to excellence and proud of the diversity of our University family, we strive to develop future leaders of our nation and the world. www.miami.edu

Enlightened Synchronicities at The Exhibition at Hotel Urbano October-December 2010

Enlightened Synchronicities
October-December 2010, n/a
The Exhibition at Hotel Urbano
2500 Brickell Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129

Reservations: 1.866.384.2997
Fax: 305.856.5055

Valet Parking on premises
www.hotelurbano.com

Hotel Urbano & Art Fusion Galleries have once again joined creative forces to showcase and host our new collection of spectacular works of art for our Miami-bound Art Basel extravaganza.

The new art exhibition will run from October through December, 2010 at the Hotel Urbano displaying a variety of contemporary art work which is sure to feature something for everyone.

GusColors exhibit on the 2nd floor.

The Roxy Theatre Group A Christmas Carol 12/16-22/10

The Roxy Theatre Group In collaboration with What If Works and FIU Alternative Theatre Festival Present
An Original Adaptation Of The Holiday Classic
A Christmas Carol
The Roxy Performing Arts Center
1645 SW 107 Ave. Miami, FL 33165

December 16, 17, & 19
Thursday, 8:00p.m.
Friday, 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, 3:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m.
With the exception of Saturday, December 18th.
December 20-22.
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. & 8:00 p.m.
General Admission: Adults $10 and Children $5.
Thursday, December 16th is complimentary and open to the public, however, reservations are required.
Gala Fundraiser: Friday, December 17, 2010 at 6:30 p.m., there will be a cocktail reception and after-show party and tickets are $30. All proceeds benefit the FIU Hope for Haiti Task Force RTG’s Student Scholarship Fund.

The organizations have partnered to present an original adaptation of Charles Dickens holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, featuring a cast of 28 students, ages 9-22. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the FIU Hope for Haiti Task Force, comprised of university leaders who coordinate efforts and unify the response to the Haiti disaster.

Comprised of actors, singers and musicians, representing over 21 different schools and colleges in Miami-Dade County, the young ensemble is directed by local professional director and Theatre Professor at Florida International University (FIU), Phillip M. Church. The exuberant cast is also accompanied on stage by RTG staff and local teachers.

A Christmas Carol features redemption, friendship, love and the values of the holiday season. Adapted for the stage and directed by Phillip M. Church and based on the novel by Charles Dickens. For more information please call 305-226-0030, email [email protected] or visit www.RoxyPAC.com. The Roxy Theatre Group, (RTG) a non-profit organization, offers classes in drama, voice & dance to children ages 3-17, with year-round programs including an after school care program and a performing arts summer camp.

Photo attached: 0061 jpg., Caption: The Roxy Theatre Group’s Theatre Arts Director, Charles Sothers, 34, as Ebenezer Scrooge, carries Ulises Otero, Jr., 9, as Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol. Photo by: Nora Oñate.

Photographs of Soul of Miami and Life is Art presented Art and Soul at Van Dyke Cafe Upstairs on 11/23/10

Soul of Miami and Life is Art presented Art and Soul featuring music by Cat Shell and art by Greg Pitts at Van Dyke Cafe Upstair on Wednesday, November 23, 2010. We had a great crowd, Cat was amazing (as usually) and some wonderful art from Greg.  Thanks everyone who came out the night before Thanksgiving and sharing the evening with us.

Cat Shell is a singer/songwriter residing in Miami Beach. Since 2007, Cat has been playing throughout South Florida and performs regularly at the area’s top venues, including The Van Dyke Cafe, B Bar at The Betsy, The Florida Room in Miami Beach and many more. Growing up with a family in radio and musical theater, Cat was introduced to a wide variety of music at a very young age.

Gregg Pitts born to a single parent family, Greg Pitt started out life at a disadvantage. Growing up without a father figure made life less than ideal. He did not meet his father until the age of 12. As a young teen, he exhibited artistic capabilities, however the lack of understanding and from his family lead to discouragement. He continued to strive to express himself artistically.  Despite a difficult start in life, he continued to express his artistic side.  Greg Pitts abstract artwork has been compared to that of abstract impressionist artist Jackson Pollock. He was the featured artist of the month for February 2009 with Elements of Art and has been exhibited at Etra Fine Art Gallery and Ornare both in Miami, FL.

GBGH//Chi Chi Menendez//Tom Scicluna//Dan Walker 12/3-5/10

GBGH//CHI CHI MENENDEZ//TOM SCICLUNA//DAN WALKER
Christopher Miro Gallery
71 East Flagler Street
Downtown Miami, Fl 33131
www.christophermirogallery.com
Opening reception Friday December 3 from 6pm – 10pm
Sunday Brunch December 5th from 9am – 1pm
GBGH will be on display through January 2011

Art Basel Miami Beach has now become the largest most significant Art Fair in the Nation, second internationally only to Frieze London. Each year thousands of collectors, artists, dealers, and critics alike, flock to Miami for one week, resulting in a world wind of celebration and extravagance. This is only compounded by the lure of sales, and greater recognition for everyone involved.

Aware of these facts artist vie for an opportunity to showcase their newest most exciting series of works. For some it remains just another week, but for most it becomes the finals. The pressure can be equal for artist, collector, and dealers, all looking to make, buy and sell art.

The Christopher Miro Gallery would like to welcome this Basel with supreme confidence. GBGH means, “GO BIG or GO HOME”, and that’s just what we intend to do. Chi Chi Menendez, Tom Scicluna, and Dan Walker will be presenting a combination of sculpture and photography that take up their personal dialogue with this great city.

“Miami is a relatable city, and this becomes the perfect week to talk about that. We want to talk about our best ideas, so in that sense we are going to “GO BIG”!, Chris Miró. GBGH is curated by Kristia D Moises and Christopher Miro.

Parsons Alumni at Art in Miami 11/30-12/6/10

Parsons Alumni at Art in Miami
30 November – 6 December 2010
First View: November 30th, 8-11pm
Gallery Hours 10-am – 5pm
Caridi Gallery
785 NE 125th Street, North Miami, Florida 33161
www.caridigallery.com

Parsons Alumni Art in Miami. An exhibition at Caridi Gallery through the week of Art Miami. Hosted by Hester Esquenazi. Curated by Francine Birbrager-Rozencwaig.

Participating Artists:
Louisa Bertman
Michelle Bruzzese
Thomas Contegiacomo
Florine Demosthene
Colombia Fiera
Jamie Day Fleck
Julie Harvey
Miguel Hernandez
Seth Keller
Sol Kjøk
David Lindberg
Jasmine Murrell
Julie Umerle
Mare Vaccaro
Rebecca Zilenziger

Annette Recommonds the Key Lime Pie at Van Dyke Cafe

I know this is a very specific recommended but Van Dyke Cafe Key Lime pie is that good.    Van Dyke’s Key Lime pie is the best I have tasted, I know I have not tasted all of the Key Lime Pie (I believe I have a new mission in life).  The pie has just the right amount of tartness (has more bite to than most) and the graham cracker crust is just perfect, melts in your mouth.  So if you have not tried their Key Lime Pie it is worth a trip to Van Dyke’s on Lincoln Road to try it.  Hope to see you there and share a piece of Key Lime Pie.

Van Dyke Cafe
846 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-3600
www.thevandykecafe.com

Vino and Olio Offers Special Art Basel Lunch Menu 11/30-12/3/10

Vino & Olio
139 NE 39th Street Miami FL 33137

Tuesday November 30th through Friday December 3rd
Lunch: 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm

2 for 1 happy hour Monday through Friday
5:30pm – 7:00pm

December 5
Vino & Olio Sunday Nights party featuring a DJ and a $20 Cocktail and Hors d’oeuvres Special from 5:00pm – 11:00pm.

For reservations call 305.573.0707

Vino & Olio has announced they will open for lunch during Art Basel to provide visitors and art enthusiasts alike with an unforgettable meal. Conveniently located in the Design District, the epicenter of many exhibits and events, Vino & Olio will allow diners to quickly refuel with Chef Andrea Menichetti‘s Tuscan delights before their next exhibit. Highlights from the special menu feature braised veal, hearty lasagna, linguine al pesto, and more (please see menu pasted below)

The newest addition to the Design District’s culinary renaissance, Alessandro Cecconi’s Vino & Olio brings a new level of Italian cuisine never before seen in Miami. At the helm, Chef Andrea Menichetti delights the most discerning tastebuds with his rustic Tuscan cuisine and seasonal fare made with fresh, local and imported ingredients. The son of Michelin star rated Valeria Piccini, gastronomy runs through Menichetti’s veins, his parents are the founders of Da Caino, one of Italy’s most revered restaurants. The 5,600 square foot restaurant is anchored by glass lit walls casting colors in all directions and magnificent acoustics, very befitting of its eccentric downtown location. Vino & Olio is located at 139 NE 39th Street in Miami’s Design District and is open seven days a week from 5:00pm – 2:00am. For more information call 305.573.0707 or visit www.vinoeolio.com.

Art Basel Lunch Special Menú
Special price: $15 for a dish or $20 for a dish and glass of wine

Insalata di mare (Seafood salad)

Fagiolini, broccoli, alici e olive salad (French beans, broccoli, anchovies and olive salad)

Ceci cipolla e coppa di testa (Chickpeas, red onions, and home made salami)

Linguine al pesto (Linguini with pesto sauce)

Rigatoni alla Norma (Rigatoni with eggplant, tomatoes, and aged ricotta cheese)

Spaghetti alla amatriciana (Spaghetti with bacon, tomatoes, onions and pecorino cheese)

Lasagne tradizionali (Lasagna with bolognese ragú)

Zuppa di Agnello (Soup of lamb, spinach, and garlic bread)

Grouper alla “Livornese” (Grouper with tomatoes and white onions)

Calamari ripieni (Squid stuffed with bread, eggs, and parsley)

Vitello alle cipolle (Braised veal with white onions)

Conte Brandolini d’Adda Pinot Grigio 2009
Chardonnay Mer Soleil Silver 2008
Morellino di Scansano Le Pupille 2008
Pinot Nero Meiomi 2008

Mark T Smith presents art work at Soyka 12/2-5/10

Mark T Smith presents art work at Soyka
December 2-5, 2010
December 2 reception 7pm – 9pm
Soyka Restaurant
5556 NE Fourth Court
Biscayne Blvd. 33137
www.soykarestaurant.com

In conjunction with Art Basel 2010, Soyka Restaurant, located in the historic MiMo District of Miami, is taking part in the cultural festivities by hosting its own art show. From Dec. 2-5, Soyka will display works from renowned local artist Mark T. Smith.

Smith, who spends his time between Miami and Washington D.C. and was part of an elite group of artists selected for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, is best known for his colorful, complex paintings and unique art style. Smith is no stranger to the Art Basel scene having participated twice in his career. Now his work will be displayed in an intimate setting within Soyka’s private Garden Room for locals and visitors alike to experience.

To kick off the event, Soyka is hosting a reception on Dec. 2 from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. For more information, please call 305-759-3117 or visit soykarestaurant.com.

Young DASH Artists Recreate Grimm Fairy Tales for Art Basel at Las Tias Exhibit 12/1-5/10

DASH and Las Tias Offer a Fresh Spin on Old Tales during Art Basel
Las Tias
2834 North Miami Ave
Opening: Wednesday, December 1st, 2010, from 7pm to 9pm.
Monday through Sunday during Art Basel; from 10 am to 7 pm.

Award Winning High School Recreates Classic Fairy Tales with a Modern Twist

In celebration of Art Basel, The Design and Architecture Senior High School (DASH) will be putting a fresh spin on old Grimm fairy tales, including Hansel and Gretel, Snow White, Tom Thumb, Rapunzel, and Rumpelstiltskin. The talented students from this award-winning school will be creating a series of dynamic, site-specific multi-media installations including a combination of drawings, paintings, sculptures, and performance arts. The unique creations will be presented in the display windows of Las Tias, an upscale resale, consignment shop and gallery with an emphasis on living up to the future while respecting the past.

The exhibit “Meet Grim at Las Tias, a New Time for Old Tales” allows students to move legendary literary characters beyond their own stories into each other’s worlds. “Art Basel is an exciting time for our students, it really gives them a chance to put their creativity on a national display and to take pride in their artistic abilities” said Dr. Stacey Mancuso Principal of DASH.

The opening of the exhibit will take place Wednesday, December 1st, 2010, from 7pm to 9pm. The closing event will take place Saturday, December 11, 2010, from 7 pm to 9 pm. Las Tias, located at 2834 North Miami Ave, will be open to the public Monday through Sunday during Art Basel; from 10 am to 7 pm. After Art Basel weekend the schedule is Monday through Sunday 11 am to 6 pm; with the exception of Saturday, December 11th, 2010 as mentioned herein. No entry fee is required. The collaborating artists are seniors at Design and Architecture Senior High School (DASH): Lucia Sanchez, Natasha Velez (logo design), Alejandra Nunez, Melissa Ojeda, Medar Delacruz, Angie Gonzalez, Kearny Kilcoyne, Courtney Dozier, Valery Rocha, Rachel Zaretsky.

DASH is an award-winning, A-graded Miami-Dade Magnet School with a unique curriculum. Students acquire life and professional skills in a context that speaks to their individual abilities and personal goals. “Education by Design” represents the philosophy of the school, which offers its students programs in architecture, industrial design, fashion design, fine arts, visual communications, and entertainment technology. All programs are developed and taught by a dedicated team of industry and design professionals. DASH was named the #1 US Magnet School and #5 High School in the United States by US News and World Report in 2008. For more information on DASH, please visit www.dashschool.org.

Working in collaboration with DASH, Las Tias is an upscale resale and consignment shop that also hosts art exhibits. Las Tias respects the past by promoting the value of their quality pieces and encouraging updating and recreating the existing. They offer quality and value for those determined to infuse their homes with pieces that have had a previous life and history. They offer only the best in gently worn, good quality vintage and designer furniture, collectible table top décor, costume jewelry and designer clothing for the sophisticated shopper. For additional information on Las Tias, please visit www.lastias.com.

Knight Foundation Arts Challenge 2010 Winners to Be Announced November 29, 2010

Great ideas flooded from all over Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties in March 2010 into the Knight Foundation to receive funding as part of the $40 million Knight Arts Challenge.

Iin just three years, the Knight Foundation has invested $16 mil. in arts challenge projects- an amount that local arts supporters will double with matching funds.

The rules were simple: Bring the community together through the arts.

Miami is transforming, as we speak. The winners of the 3rd round of funding will be announced on Monday, Nov. 29.

This will mark the third year of Knight Foundation’s five-year, $40 million investment help make art anywhere in South Florida. The KF believes in Miami as a cultural destination and in art as a way to bind the community. Just like the past 2 years, the KF asked the community to submit their best ideas for the arts in South Florida. At deadline, they received 950 applications, certainly, a testament to this community’s creativity.

www.knightarts.org

Urban Alchemists Wynwood Walls 12/1-5/10

Urban Alchemists
Group Exhibition and Public Mural project
Wynwood Walls — 2516 NW Second Avenue, Miami FL

December 1—December 5, 2010, 12pm—7pm
Opening Event: Evening of Thursday, December 2, 2010
jonathanlevinegallery.com

Jonathan LeVine Gallery is proud to announce its program during Art Basel-Miami 2010, Urban Alchemists—a group exhibition and public mural project presented in association with Tony Goldman, art patron and leader in the restoration and transformation of declining historic districts into thriving cultural destinations. Curated by LeVine, Urban Alchemists will occupy a 2,200 square-foot space within Goldman Properties’ Wynwood Walls—a project that began in 2009 as an open-air art park, which will expand its permanent exhibition this year with the addition of several new murals and museum-quality works of art. Located at 2516 NW 2nd Avenue, the show will run from December 1—December 5. Daily hours will be 12pm—7pm with an opening event on the evening of December 2, 2010.

Sharing Goldman’s long-held belief that public artwork can have transformative, revitalizing powers upon communities such as the Wynwood district of Miami, LeVine is pleased to have this opportunity to contribute to the project. Urban Alchemists features a strong selection of works by ten highly celebrated and Internationally recognized artists coming out of the contemporary urban-folk and street art scenes including: AJ Fosik, Dan Witz, Doze Green, Invader, James Marshall (Dalek), Jeff Soto, Jim Houser, Judith Supine, Mario Martinez (Mars-1) and WK. In conjunction with having works in the show, Parisian artist Invader will create a mosaic mural on the façade of the exhibition space in his signature pixel-based style, and Californian artist Jeff Soto will paint a large-scale mural on an adjacent exterior wall.

Highlighting an assortment of captivating imagery, Urban Alchemists brings together a dynamic group of artists, many of which (in addition to their gallery installations) create commissioned murals and/or ephemeral work in public urban environments. Their connective thread is an aesthetic influenced by exposure to early generations of graffiti writers during their youth, and immersion into urban sub-cultures, which has informed their artwork in different ways. Sub-cultures of graffiti, skateboarding, hip-hop and punk were heavily related and extremely underground scenes in early years; comprised of subversive, non-conformist ideals. Whether driven by political activism or aesthetic improvement, graffiti and later forms of unauthorized art in public spaces address the ongoing discourse of freedom of expression, often in response to the increasing invasiveness of corporate advertising.

Graffiti of the 70s and 80s played a major role in pushing boundaries toward the development of today’s street art scene and laid the foundation for what has now become a widespread global movement. To capture the energy of a public intervention in an urban environment and translate it into exhibition format is a challenging transition, since audience and mode of communication can shift the context of an image. As the artists in Urban Alchemists have grown individually, their artwork has evolved to a point of refinement. Similarly, as un-commissioned public art has risen in popularity, practice and appreciation around the world, it has achieved an expanded definition and broader scope than that of its graffiti-related origins.

Hello Kitty Meets Obey At Art Basel 2010 12/2-5/10

Sanrio Small Gifts x Miami x OBEY
Small Gift Miami (Exhibit)
173 NW 23rd Street
Miami, FL 33127
Opening Night Party
Thursday, December 2nd
9pm To 12am♥
Enjoy of our::
♥Pop-up Shop
♥Product Retrospective
♥FREE real Tattoo Parlor
♥Magic
♥Sweets Shop
♥Art Show Curated by Roger Gastman & Zio Fulcher
*Pamela Wasabi is co-producing and styling the opening party for the event.
More Info.

Shepard is participating in the Sanrio Small Gifts Art Show in Miami curated by Roger Gastman and Zio Fulcher.  Shepard created this OBEY x Hello Kitty Screen Print to celebrate the project and show.  The print will be available at the Miami space but you can get on the Presale list and info by contacting:  [email protected]

Annual Lowe Art Museum Art Basel Champagne Brunch 12/5/10

Sunday, December 5
Annual Art Basel Champagne Brunch
Artist Lecture by Alison Saar: 9:30 AM
Storer Auditorium, UM School of Business
Brunch: 10 AM- NOON at the Lowe Art Museum

This extraordinary event is hosted by LAM Director, Brian Dursum. On view are the temporary exhibitions, The Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection of African American Art: Works on Paper and Usable Art: African Aesthetics in Daily Life from the UM Lowe Art Museum.

An artist lecture will be presented by multi-media sculptor Alison Saar at 9:30 am in Storer Auditorium located at the UM School of Business.

Event sponsored by Stella Holmes, Marilyn Holifield and Marvin Holloway.
This event is open to the public, but RSVP is requested as space is limited.
For more information or to RSVP, contact the Lowe Art Museum at 305.284.3603

Childree and Mesches opening this Saturday 12/4/10

Clifton Childree: Orchestrated Gestures
Arnold Mesches: Weather Patterns and Paint
Dorsch Gallery
151 NW 24 St
Miami, FL 33127
Hours: Tue-Sat, 12-5
dorschgallery.com

This Saturday, from the Live at Dorsch Gallery Series, we present
sound and image performances in the garden, 8pm – midnight.

ANR (Miami)
Fugue State D by Chavez/Liu (New York)
DJ Kiki (Miami)
Otto von Schirach (Miami)

In conjunction with the art fairs, we are hosting a special event on Saturday December 4th:
From the Live at Dorsch Series

Also on view: Survey to Reason, an ongoing performance by 3PQ
(Jouwayed, Sinesa Kukec and Stephan Tugrul), and our current
exhibitions, solo shows by Clifton Childree and Arnold Mesches.

Images (L-R): Clifton Childree, film still from Mysterium, 2010 and Arnold Mesches, Portraiture, 2009, acrylic on canvas

Biz To Biz Holiday Networking Networking Cruise 12/9/10

Biz To Biz Holiday Networking Cruise
Thursday December 9, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
The Lady Atlantic Yacht
777 E. Atlantic Ave
Veterans Park – Atlantic Plaza
Delray Beach, FL 33323

Join Biz To Biz Networking for our Holiday Networking Cruise
Wrap Up 2010 on the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway aboard The Lady Atlantic Yacht – Delray Beach

You Must Prepaid for Cruise
$30 per person
Pay Here

Limited to 150 Passenger
Once you have booked your cruise, we will send you back confirmation and directions for boarding the cruise with parking pass

More Information click here

Delicious Selection of Appetizers * DJ MUSIC * Prizes and Raffles
Cash Bar * Gorgeous Intracoastal View – Three Spacious Decks
Space for 150 Passengers – Don’t Miss The Boat!
The Lady Atlantic yacht features the area’s newest and largest yacht, built in 2008. There will be plenty of room to do your networking and view all the wonderful holiday lights on the Intracoastal.

www.biztobiznetworking.com

Fundraiser Event for Family AIDS Corporation 12/8/10

Wednesday December 8th, 2010
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Conrad Hotel Miami
1395 Brickell Ave
The Bar at Level 25

You are cordially invited to a
Fundraiser Event for FAC
The Bar at Level 25
Conrad
MIAMI
30.00 Minimum donation will provide help for many in need, Plus:
· A Complimentary Cocktail
· Hors D’Oeuvres – Music
· Free Raffle for dinner for (2) at a local Restaurant

Please join us to make a difference in the lives of
Families and patients affected by the HIV/AIDS virus.

RSVP: 305.860.3695

Coordinators:
Pepe Freixas, Miguel Gutierrez, Maria I.Carril, Elena Tablada, Ana Remos, Dr. Joseph
Chambrot, Ivet Tamargo, Laura Leyva, Gloria Ordaz, Betina Guell, Dr. Maria I. Betancourt

Miami Finance Forum Annual Holiday Happy Hour at Gibraltar 12/8/10

Tuesday, December 7th from 6pm to 8pm
Gibraltar Restaurant
Four Grove Isle Drive
Coconut Grove (Miami), Florida (FL) 33133

Kick off your Holiday season with the Miami Finance Forum on the deck lounge of Gibraltar Restaurant in Grove Isles on Tuesday, December 7th from 6pm to 8pm!
Join us for Happy Hour at one of the most beautiful places in Miami, where the view is breathtaking, drinks are cold, and the networking is the best in town!
Sponsored by The Continental Group Inc.

Our Annual Holiday Networking Happy Hour is our Grande Finale after a year full of great educational events and chic Happy Hours. Come and join MFF at elegant Gibraltar and network with top professionals in finance industry! In the spirit of the season, we will have Holiday gift bags, live music and back by popular demand hand rolled cigars!
And to top it all we will raffle
an Annual Individual Membership to Miami Finance Forum!

Admission is complementary for Miami Finance Forum Members, $25 for guests

Please RSVP in advance to: Elena Djakonova [email protected]

Become a Miami Finance Forum Member today and enjoy complimentary admission to all MFF Happy Hours, $20.00 admission to CEO Power Breakfast Panel Discussions (effective January 1st), VIP invitations, and discounts to affiliate events! Individual Membership is $195.00, Corporate Membership is $295.00, VIP Membership is $395.00

Project Elf Fundraiser at Red Koi 12/2/10

Miami Children’s Hospital
Project Elf
Thursday, December 2nd, 2010
6:30pm – 9:00pm
Red Koi 317 Miracle Mile, in Coral Gables

Orestes Llorente and Red Koi lounge Invite you to an evening of fundraising and cocktails to benefit the families of Project Elf

$12 donation includes one free premium drink
$20 donation includes two free premium drinks

Raffle details: Tickets are $5.00 each or 6 tickets for $20.00

Among the items to be raffled there is a $100.00 gift certificate to Red Koi and a Florida Marlins Experience

The raffle winner will be announced at the end of the Event

www.redkoilounge.com

Miami Beach Latin Chamber Holiday Mixer 12/8/10

De Rodriguez Ocean @ Hilton Bentley Beach Hotel
101 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Wednesday, December 8th, 2010
RSVP here.

Bring a Friend!!!

Enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres by Chef Douglas Rodriguez and cocktails

Live musical entertainment by Jazz Vision Group

Members: FREE – Non members: $10 (cash only)

The News Lounge Pre-Thanksgiving Party atThe 55th St Station 11/24/10

The News Lounge Pre-Thanksgiving Party@The 55th St Station!
5580 Ne 4th Ct, Miami, 33137 (55st & Biscayne Blvd)
Miami, FL

Great Bottle Specials – 2 Goose for $350
Complimentary admission on FABIAN’s guest list.

Resident Dj’s Laz Quintero & JP Rigaud bring you the best of open format beats in the lounge & Sexy & International House in the patio!

The News Lounge opened in the Summer of 2008 in the courtyard located at the center of 55th Street Station. It is the crown jewel of this mixed-use complex, located just north of the Soyka restaurant and adjacent to Sushi Siam.The News Lounge’s roots stem from the News Café on Ocean Drive, which was founded in 1988. Unlike its big brother, however, it has a limited appetizer and tapas menu and features an eclectic modern “Metropolis” décor with a beautiful indoor bar, unique lounge and mirror room, plus a 100 seat outdoor garden courtyard: our mini version of Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road, featuring an outdoor island bar, two outdoor pool tables, large outdoor video screens, swings, a bed for lounging and a variety of seating areas for your private enjoyment. The News Lounge features house and special guests DJs along with live music, art installations a variety of entertainment programing each night of the week.

The News Lounge accepts a variety of private and semi-private events and parties and caters to a wide range of special needs.

Bollywood Night on the Beach 12/10/10

“Bollywood Night” on the Beach
Friday, Dec. 10, 2010, 10 pm
Kitchen 305
Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort
16701 Collins Ave. in Sunny Isles Beach
Facebook evite.

We are having the largest “Bollywood Night” in S. Fla Friday night, Dec. 10th from 10-1am at the Newport Beachside Hotel & Resort 16701 Collins Ave. in Sunny Isles Beach!!!

We will have the Top Bollywood DJ in S. Fla, a Fire Dancer, a Bollywood Dance Performance, Belly Dancer, Henna, specially created Bollywood Bar Drinks and Appetizers and Bollywood movies showing up on the walls.

Thanksgiving Party And Her Pleasure’s Grand Opening 11/25/10

The Viceroy Hotel Miami Presents: Thanksgiving Party & Her Pleasure’s Grand Opening
Thursday Nov. 25th 2010 At 10pm.
223 East Flagler Street, Suite 242
Miami-Florida-33131-USA

For Table Reservation & Guest List Contact: Zar Productions
C:: 305.305.4088
E:: [email protected]

Party Like it’s New Year 11/27/10

✖‿✖ Saturday’s Upscale Event “Party Like it’s New Year”
Mia at Biscayne
20 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL
Facebook evite.
Saturday, November 27 · 5:00am – 8:00am

FABIAN invites you to celebrate this Saturday like if it was NEW YEAR’S EVE
Party favours will be passed down to all our guest.
(whistles + hats + and a lineup of wonderful music)

As a state of the art facilities, Mia provides amazing decor and the most incredible cocktails are waiting for you this Saturday

It is highly recommended that you reserve tables in advance to ensure admission. We Have Fabulous Bottle Specials.
To Rsvp – [email protected] or 786.942.2097

Upon Arrival Inform The Door Staff That You And Your Guests Are In
✖FABIAN’S LIST✖
Guest list valid till 12:30am . To be on the Guest list please send us an Email OR a text 786.942.2097 [email protected]
Girls In Free All Night Assuming That You Rsvp
21+.Dress code is strictly enforced.

follow us on twitter @miamifabian
www.quecoco.com

Azul Thursdays 11/25/10

✖‿✖ Thursday’s Upscale Event “Azul Thursdays”
Thursday, November 25 · 11:00pm
Blue Martini
900 South Miami Avenue
Miami, FL

Welcome to the best international party in miami ,this and every thursday, we provide the hottest people in town , and the best music , live band , & dj willy

Dress Code Enforced

Come and celebrate ur birthday , bachelor party or any other special event , there wil be no charge for it , and you will receive a complementary bottle on me plus no cover for all ur guest .. text me for more info

It is highly recommended that you reserve tables in advance to ensure admission. We Have Fabulous Bottle Specials.
To Rsvp – [email protected] or 786.942.2097
Upon Arrival Inform The Door Staff That You And Your Guests Are In
✖FABIAN’S LIST✖
Guest list for guys is valid till 12:30am
Girls In Free All Night Assuming That You Rsvp
21+.Dress code is strictly enforced.

Follow us on Twitter @miamifabian
www.quecoco.com

Art Basel Events Schedule Sunday 12/5/10

{Please note, these schedules are NOT guaranteed. Please verify the information yourself or take your chances!}
Soul Of Miami Art Basel Events Summary
These schedules will be updated regularly, so check back for the newest information!

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Exhibit
9a-4p Locust Projects presents the Billboard Project featuring Liam Gillick 155 NE 38th Street #100, Design District Miami
10a-10p Everybody Street, Anybody Avenue J. Riggs Fine Art Gallery 2341 North Miami Ave
10a-4p Miami’s Independent Thinkers Art Basil Green Farmers Market Casa Wynwood, 2135 NW 1st Court Wynwood
10a-7p Young DASH Artists Recreate Grimm Fairy Tales for Art Basel Las Tias, 2834 North Miami Ave
10a-8p Hyperbolic Aerosolic The Roots of New York City Underground Art 2501 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL in the Wynwood Art District
11:30a-9p CCEMiami Mover la Roca The Moore Space, 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 200, Second Floor
11a Parodi Lecture in Philosophy of Art Miami Art Museum, 101 West Flagler Street
11a-12m La Premiere Edition of Haiti Art Expo Mosaic Building in Miami Design District 161 NE 40th Street, Suite 201
11a-5p The Base Paint Tents For The Children Of Haiti Epic Residences Green, 270 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami
11a-5p Seven 2214 N. Miami Avenue Wynwood District
11a-7p Small Gift Miami 173 NW 23rd Street
12n-10p Julian Lennon Presents Timeless During Art Basel Miami Beach The New Generation Green Room, Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
12n-10p Bert Stern and I CHADY, Art Gallery + Atelier | 3312 N. Miami Ave. Wynwood
12n-12m Exhibitalia the Italian Pavilion 70 NW 25th. St., Wynwood Arts District
12n-12m GAB Studio presents Artist 105 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood Miami
12n-6p Baked a renegade art show during Art Basel 81 NW 24th Street (between NW 2nd Ave & N. Miami Ave)
12n-7p Travel Squire Presents Art To Z Z Ocean Hotel South Beach, 1437 Collins Avenue
12n-9p Galerie-Lausberg from Dusseldorf and Toronto opens in Wynwood 1929 NW 1st Avenue, Wynwood Miami
4p O Cinema Celebrating Art Week 90 NW 29th Street Wynwood Miami
all Primary Flight Street Art Murals
all Miami Design District Presents Cultured Design District
day Urbayne Biscayne Art on the Boulevard 7657 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Fl 33183
day Art Basel at The Bakehouse Art Complex 561 NW 32nd Street, Wynwood Miami
day Benrimon Contemporary showcases Trey Speegle’s It’s Later Than You Think at Townhouse Townhouse Hotel 150 20th Street at Collins Ave, Miami Beach
day Laurence Choko presents Ten is One 3811 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL
day Miami Dade College Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Freedom Tower 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
day Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood
day The Luis Morais Pop-N-Shop 438 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
day Alex Guofeng Cao at Art Miami 3101 NE 1st Avenue Mid-Town Miami
day Garden Café pop-up Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach
day Rainbow City 3800 NE 1 Avenue, Design District
day The Liberty Entertainment Group Grand Opening Coral Gables Country Club, 997 North Greenway Drive
day Mark T Smith presents art work at Soyka Soyka Restaurant, 5556 NE Fourth Court, Biscayne Blvd.
day The Culture Cafe Meridian Avenue at 19th Street, Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot
day Puma.Creative And Bass Museum To Open during Art Basel Miami Beach Bass Museum

Fair
9a-3p Littlest Sister 10 Spinello Gallery, 155 NE 38th Street, No. 101
10a-10p Miami’s Independent Thinkers Art Basel 2010 Satellite Fair Casa Wynwood, 2135 NW 1st Court Wynwood
10a-39 Ink Miami Suites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
10a-5p Multiversal Grey Area, 130 NW 24th Street, Wynwood
11a-4p Aqua Art 1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
11a-5p Arts For A Better World Soho Studios, NW 22nd Street and NW 1st Avenue
11a-5p Art Miami 32nd & NE 31st Street, Midtown
11a-5p Sculpt Miami 46 NW 36th Street, Midtown
11a-6p ART ASIA Miami – Midtown 2901 North Miami Avenue
11a-6p Scope Art Fair 3055 North Miami Avenue
11a-6p Red Dot Art Fair NW 31st Street and NE 1st Avenue (Midtown Blvd.)
11a-6p NADA Art Fair Miami Beach The Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Avenue
11a-7p Fountain Miami 2505 N. Miami Ave, Wynwood
11a-7p PULSE Miami The Ice Palace, 1400 North Miami Avenue
11a-8p Graffiti Gone Global Fresh Produce 70 NW 25th Street, Wynwood
12n-6p Moksha Visionary Art Fair 7th Circuit Studio, 228 NE 59th Street Miami
12n-6p Design Miami/ Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot
12n-6p Art Basel Miami Beach Miami Beach Convention Center
12n-6p VERGE Miami Beach The Catalina Hotel, 1732 Collins Avenue
12n-8p ZOOM Contemporary Art Fair South Seas Hotel, 1751 Collins Avenue
3p-10p PooL Art Fair Carlton Hotel, 1433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
day Zones Contemporary Art Fair Miami 47 NE 24th St. Wynwood
day It Ain’t Fair OHWOW, 3100 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, FL 33127

Gallery
9a CIFO Events during Art Basel Miami Beach 1018 North Miami Avenue, Miami
9a-9p Most Wanted Art Basel Exhibition Eighth Edition 750 NE 124 Street, Suite 2, North Miami
10a-12m Art Walks the Runway At The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery, Midtown Miami
10a-5p Parsons Alumni at Art in Miami Caridi Gallery 785 NE 125th Street, North Miami
11a-11p Appropriated, Manipulated, Destroyed: The Art of N! Satterfield Harold Golen Gallery, 2294 North West 2nd Avenue, Wynwood
11a-5p Gallery Schuster Miami during Basel Week 2085 B NW 2nd Avenue. Corner of 21st Street. Wynwood
11a-5p Vellicate at Neox Image Photography Studio 250 NW 23rd St, #205 Wynwood
11a-7p ChinaMan New Media Installation Claudia Calle Studio, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami
12n-5p Barbara Hulanicki Presents Flash at Calix Gustav Gallery Wynwood Arts District, 98 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL
12n-6p Painting Photography Mixedmedia Sculpture Digitalmedia 250 nw 23rd street, wynwood loft #203, Wynwood
12n-7p Primary Projects 4141 NE Second Avenue, Suite 104, Design District
12n-8p CANDO Arts Co-op presents WET 309 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL
day Masik Gallery Installation 50 NW 29th Street, Wynwood
day The Wolfsonian–Fiu Presents Isabella Rossellini Seduce Me An Installation 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
day O. Ascanio Gallery Presents Side By Side Contemporary Masterworks Opening Reception 2600 NW Second Avenue, Wynwood Arts District
day The Small World Of Willard Wigan Midtown Miami 3252 NE First Avenue

Party
9:30a Frost Art Museum Breakfast in the Park 10975 SW 17th St,Miami
9:30a-12n University Of Miami Art Annual Art Basel Champagne Brunch The Lowe Art Museum, 1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables
9a-12n Annual Lowe Art Museum Art Basel Champagne Brunch Lowe Art Museum
9a-1p GBGH//Chi Chi Menendez//Tom Scicluna//Dan Walker Christopher Miro Gallery 71 East Flagler Street Downtown Miami
10a-12m Visual Art / Dance at Inkub8 842 NW 9th Court | Miami,
11a-1p International Biennale Brunch 2033 NW 1st Place
2p-10p The Do-Over BAR 28 NE 14th St Downtown Miami
6:30p-10p Leonardo Hidalgo Art Basel Exhibit And After Party Neo Vertika Lobby (Brickell) and Waxy’s
6p-12m Oceanfront Nights The Oceanfront at Collins Park between 21st and 22nd Streets
6p-9p RODEZart.com Gallery Presents eXposed 3015 Grand Ave., Suite 237, Coconut Grove
7p-3a Art Basel events at Delano, Mondrian and Shore Club Mondrian, 1100 West Ave, Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Shore Club, 1901 Collins Ave
8p-10p Introducing Ultrachic, Italian’s Finest Blend Of Art And Fashion Vita, 1906 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
night Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood


Art Basel Events Schedule Saturday 12/4/10

{Please note, these schedules are NOT guaranteed. Please verify the information yourself or take your chances!}
Soul Of Miami Art Basel Events Summary
These schedules will be updated regularly, so check back for the newest information!

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Exhibit
7a-3:30p Daniel Goldstein Through the Eyes of Love HIV/AIDS Art Exhibition Miami International University of Art & Design, 1501 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
7p-1a Las Caras Perdidas The Lost Faces Art Basel Miami Carousel Studios, 3700 NE 1st Court, Miami
9a-4p Locust Projects presents the Billboard Project featuring Liam Gillick 155 NE 38th Street #100, Design District Miami
10a-10p Everybody Street, Anybody Avenue J. Riggs Fine Art Gallery 2341 North Miami Ave
10a-2a EcoArtFashion Week Albion South Beach Hotel, 1650 James Ave. (at Lincoln Road) Miami Beach
10a-7p Young DASH Artists Recreate Grimm Fairy Tales for Art Basel Las Tias, 2834 North Miami Ave
10a-8p Hyperbolic Aerosolic The Roots of New York City Underground Art 2501 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL in the Wynwood Art District
11:30a-9p CCEMiami Mover la Roca The Moore Space, 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 200, Second Floor
11a-12m La Premiere Edition of Haiti Art Expo Mosaic Building in Miami Design District 161 NE 40th Street, Suite 201
11a-5p The Base Paint Tents For The Children Of Haiti Epic Residences Green, 270 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami
11a-7p Seven 2214 N. Miami Avenue Wynwood District
11a-9p Small Gift Miami 173 NW 23rd Street
12n-10p Julian Lennon Presents Timeless During Art Basel Miami Beach The New Generation Green Room, Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
12n-10p Bert Stern and I CHADY, Art Gallery + Atelier | 3312 N. Miami Ave. Wynwood
12n-10p Galerie-Lausberg from Dusseldorf and Toronto opens in Wynwood 1929 NW 1st Avenue, Wynwood Miami
12n-12m Exhibitalia the Italian Pavilion 70 NW 25th. St., Wynwood Arts District
12n-8p Baked a renegade art show during Art Basel 81 NW 24th Street (between NW 2nd Ave & N. Miami Ave)
12n-9p Travel Squire Presents Art To Z Z Ocean Hotel South Beach, 1437 Collins Avenue
12p-12a GAB Studio presents Artist 105 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood Miami
3p-8p The Artbus Peep Show Traveling All Over Miami
4p O Cinema Celebrating Art Week 90 NW 29th Street Wynwood Miami
6p-9p Icons and Legends at Nikki Beach One Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
8p Art Basel Weekend At Mamushka Gallery 31 Nw 36th Street (Between North Miami Avenue And 36th Street)
all Primary Flight Street Art Murals
all Miami Design District Presents Cultured Design District
all The Street Festival of Electronic Music, Art and Performance Harold Golen Gallery, 2294 NW 2nd Ave, Wynwood
day Urbayne Biscayne Art on the Boulevard 7657 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Fl 33183
day Art Basel at The Bakehouse Art Complex 561 NW 32nd Street, Wynwood Miami
day Benrimon Contemporary showcases Trey Speegle’s It’s Later Than You Think at Townhouse Townhouse Hotel 150 20th Street at Collins Ave, Miami Beach
day Laurence Choko presents Ten is One 3811 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL
day Miami Dade College Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Freedom Tower 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
day Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood
day The Luis Morais Pop-N-Shop 438 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
day Alex Guofeng Cao at Art Miami 3101 NE 1st Avenue Mid-Town Miami
day Garden Café pop-up Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach
day Rainbow City 3800 NE 1 Avenue, Design District
day The Liberty Entertainment Group Grand Opening Coral Gables Country Club, 997 North Greenway Drive
day Mark T Smith presents art work at Soyka Soyka Restaurant, 5556 NE Fourth Court, Biscayne Blvd.
day The Culture Cafe Meridian Avenue at 19th Street, Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot
day Puma.Creative And Bass Museum To Open during Art Basel Miami Beach Bass Museum

Fair
9a-7p Littlest Sister 10 Spinello Gallery, 155 NE 38th Street, No. 101
10a-2a Multiversal Grey Area, 130 NW 24th Street, Wynwood
10a-7p Ink Miami Suites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
11a-12m Fountain Miami 2505 N. Miami Ave, Wynwood
11a-7p Arts For A Better World Soho Studios, NW 22nd Street and NW 1st Avenue
11a-7p Art Miami 32nd & NE 31st Street, Midtown
11a-7p ART ASIA Miami – Midtown 2901 North Miami Avenue
11a-7p Scope Art Fair 3055 North Miami Avenue
11a-7p PULSE Miami The Ice Palace, 1400 North Miami Avenue
11a-8p Aqua Art 1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
11a-8p Sculpt Miami 46 NW 36th Street, Midtown
11a-8p Red Dot Art Fair NW 31st Street and NE 1st Avenue (Midtown Blvd.)
11a-8p NADA Art Fair Miami Beach The Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Avenue
11a-8p Graffiti Gone Global Fresh Produce 70 NW 25th Street, Wynwood
12n-6p Moksha Visionary Art Fair 7th Circuit Studio, 228 NE 59th Street Miami
12n-8p Design Miami/ Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot
12n-8p Art Basel Miami Beach Miami Beach Convention Center
12n-8p VERGE Miami Beach The Catalina Hotel, 1732 Collins Avenue
12n-8p ZOOM Contemporary Art Fair South Seas Hotel, 1751 Collins Avenue
12n-8p Art Whino The Takeover Charcoal Studios Outdoor Space 2135 NW 1st Ave Wynwood Miami
2p-2a Miami’s Independent Thinkers Art Basel 2010 Satellite Fair Casa Wynwood, 2135 NW 1st Court Wynwood
3p-10p PooL Art Fair Carlton Hotel, 1433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
day Zones Contemporary Art Fair Miami 47 NE 24th St. Wynwood
day It Ain’t Fair OHWOW, 3100 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, FL 33127

Gallery
9a CIFO Events during Art Basel Miami Beach 1018 North Miami Avenue, Miami
9a-9p Most Wanted Art Basel Exhibition Eighth Edition 750 NE 124 Street, Suite 2, North Miami
10a-12m Art Walks the Runway At The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery, Midtown Miami
10a-5p Parsons Alumni at Art in Miami Caridi Gallery 785 NE 125th Street, North Miami
11a-11p Appropriated, Manipulated, Destroyed: The Art of N! Satterfield Harold Golen Gallery, 2294 North West 2nd Avenue, Wynwood
11a-5p Gallery Schuster Miami during Basel Week 2085 B NW 2nd Avenue. Corner of 21st Street. Wynwood
11a-5p Vellicate at Neox Image Photography Studio 250 NW 23rd St, #205 Wynwood
11a-7p ChinaMan New Media Installation Claudia Calle Studio, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami
12n-10p CANDO Arts Co-op presents WET 309 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL
12n-5p Barbara Hulanicki Presents Flash at Calix Gustav Gallery Wynwood Arts District, 98 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL
12n-6p Painting Photography Mixedmedia Sculpture Digitalmedia 250 nw 23rd street, wynwood loft #203, Wynwood
12n-7p Primary Projects 4141 NE Second Avenue, Suite 104, Design District
6p-10p International Biennale Artists Miami 2033 NW 1st Place
7p-11p Miguel Paredes Exhibitions 2311 NW 2nd Ave, Wynwood
day Masik Gallery Installation 50 NW 29th Street, Wynwood
day The Wolfsonian–Fiu Presents Isabella Rossellini Seduce Me An Installation 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
day O. Ascanio Gallery Presents Side By Side Contemporary Masterworks Opening Reception 2600 NW Second Avenue, Wynwood Arts District
day The Small World Of Willard Wigan Midtown Miami 3252 NE First Avenue

Party
10a-12m Visual Art / Dance at Inkub8 842 NW 9th Court | Miami,
10p Art Basel Week at Transit 729 sw 1st ave Miami
10p Spam Allstars and ArtOfficial and Overspray at Transit Lounge 729 SW 1st Ave., Miami, FL
10p Soho Arts Pavilion and Lounge After Party SAPAL 2151 NW 1st Court Miami
11p Cafeina Presents Three Stooges We Love Honoring Patrick Mcmullan, Brian Antoni and Robert Chambers 12/2/10 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood
2:30p-11p Abnormal Ariginals Art Walks the Runway Dolce Ultra Lounge, 1501 Collins Avenue, #203, Miami Beach
2p-3a Art Basel events at Delano, Mondrian and Shore Club Mondrian, 1100 West Ave, Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Shore Club, 1901 Collins Ave
2p-9p Art Basel Event, Lounge and Art Exhibition at Boulan South Beach 220 21st Street, Miami Beach
3p-11p Art Walks the Runway At The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery Dolce Ultra Lounge, 1501 Ocean Drive, Southbeach
5:30p-7:30p SCOPE For Haiti: Russell Simmons, Michael Capponi and Anna Mixon Cocktail reception at SCOPE, 2136 NW 1st Avenue, Mid-town Miami
5p Overthrow Presents Basel Castle 41 NW 20 Street, Wynwood Miami
6:30p-9p Barbara Hulanicki Presents Flash at Calix Gustav Gallery Opening Reception Wynwood Arts District, 98 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL
6p-10p University Of Miami Presents Mechanomorphic Opening Reception 2200-A NW 2nd Avenue
6p-11p Art at The Surfcomber Presents Janinne Alter and Pablo Ricatta 1717 Coliins Avenue, Miami Beach
6p-11p Art Fusion Galleries Art Basel 2010 Calendar of Events 1 N.E. 40th Street Suites 3, 6 & 7 Design District Miami
6p-11p Spectrum Artway66 Gallery at Mayfair Promenade, 2911 Grand Ave, Suite 400D, Coconut Grove
6p-11p Coconut Grove Art Stroll 2911 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove
6p-12m Oceanfront Nights The Oceanfront at Collins Park between 21st and 22nd Streets
6p-8p Arts for Learning’s Student Exhibition Whale & Star, 2215 NW First Place, Wynwood
6p-9p Latex Miami VIP Art Exhibit 3302 N. Miami Ave, Mid-Town Miami
7:30p-10p Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Opening reception 2043 North Miami Avenue, Wynwood
7p-10p RODEZart.com Gallery Presents eXposed 3015 Grand Ave., Suite 237, Coconut Grove
7p-10p Eric Mourlot is housed at Markowicz Fine Art 1 NE 40th Street #5 Design District Miami
7p-10p Celebrity Pillow Fight For Care Resource Baltus Collection,3925 N. Miami Avenue, Design District
7p-11p ChinaMan New Media Installation Claudia Calle Studio, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami
7p-12m Miami Art Museum Ball Mandarin Oriental, Miami
7p-12m GAB Studio Special Jazz Night 105 Northwest 23rd Street, WynwoodMiami
7p-9p Small Wonderz (Art) Salon at Verge Art Fair Opening Reception 1732 Collins Avenue • Miami Beach, FL
8p Moksha Visionary Art Fair Multimedia Experience 7th Circuit Studio, 228 NE 59th Street Miami
8p-10p Zones Contemporary Art Fair Miami Reception 47 NE 24th St. Wynwood
8p-12m Art Whino The Takeover Reception Awarehouse, 550 N.W. 29 St.
8p-12m SCOPE For Haiti: Russell Simmons, Michael Capponi and Anna Mixon Haiti Art Expo at Mosaic Building in the Miami Design District, 161 NE 40th Street
9p-12m Clifton Childree: Orchestrated Gestures, Arnold Mesches: Weather Patterns and Paint Dorsch Gallery, 151 NW 24 St, Wynwood Miami
9p-4a Safe + The Pickle / Fuck Art, Let’s Dance / Off Basel The Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Avenue, Wynwood Miami
night Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood


Art Basel Events Schedule Friday 12/3/10

{Please note, these schedules are NOT guaranteed. Please verify the information yourself or take your chances!}
Soul Of Miami Art Basel Events Summary
These schedules will be updated regularly, so check back for the newest information!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Exhibit
7a-7p Daniel Goldstein Through the Eyes of Love HIV/AIDS Art Exhibition Miami International University of Art & Design, 1501 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
9a-4p Locust Projects presents the Billboard Project featuring Liam Gillick 155 NE 38th Street #100, Design District Miami
10a-1:30p The Artbus Peep Show Traveling All Over Miami
10a-2a EcoArtFashion Week Albion South Beach Hotel, 1650 James Ave. (at Lincoln Road) Miami Beach
10a-7p Young DASH Artists Recreate Grimm Fairy Tales for Art Basel Las Tias, 2834 North Miami Ave
10a-8p Hyperbolic Aerosolic The Roots of New York City Underground Art 2501 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL in the Wynwood Art District
11a-12m La Premiere Edition of Haiti Art Expo Mosaic Building in Miami Design District 161 NE 40th Street, Suite 201
11a-5p The Base Paint Tents For The Children Of Haiti Epic Residences Green, 270 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami
11a-7p Seven 2214 N. Miami Avenue Wynwood District
11a-7p Double Vision Gansevoort South Beach
11a-9p Small Gift Miami 173 NW 23rd Street
11:30a-9p CCEMiami Mover la Roca The Moore Space, 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 200, Second Floor
12n-10p Julian Lennon Presents Timeless During Art Basel Miami Beach The New Generation Green Room, Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
12n-10p Bert Stern and I CHADY, Art Gallery + Atelier | 3312 N. Miami Ave. Wynwood
12n-12m Exhibitalia the Italian Pavilion 70 NW 25th. St., Wynwood Arts District
12n-8p Baked a renegade art show during Art Basel 81 NW 24th Street (between NW 2nd Ave & N. Miami Ave)
12n-9p Travel Squire Presents Art To Z Z Ocean Hotel South Beach, 1437 Collins Avenue
12p-12a GAB Studio presents Artist 105 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood Miami
2p-12m ArtUndressed Harvey’s By The Bay, 6445 NE 7th Ave., Miami
6p-9p Icons and Legends at Nikki Beach One Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
6p-9p Discover Photojournalism Discover Ourselves with Carl Juste The ACND Gallery of Art at Archbishop Curley Notre Dame High School 4949 NE 2nd Avenue Miami
7p O Cinema Celebrating Art Week 90 NW 29th Street Wynwood Miami
7p-1a Las Caras Perdidas The Lost Faces Art Basel Miami Carousel Studios, 3700 NE 1st Court, Miami
all Primary Flight Street Art Murals
all Miami Design District Presents Cultured Design District
all The Street Festival of Electronic Music, Art and Performance Harold Golen Gallery, 2294 NW 2nd Ave, Wynwood
day Urbayne Biscayne Art on the Boulevard 7657 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Fl 33183
day Art Basel at The Bakehouse Art Complex 561 NW 32nd Street, Wynwood Miami
day Benrimon Contemporary showcases Trey Speegle’s It’s Later Than You Think at Townhouse Townhouse Hotel 150 20th Street at Collins Ave, Miami Beach
day Laurence Choko presents Ten is One 3811 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL
day Miami Dade College Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Freedom Tower 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
day Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood
day The Luis Morais Pop-N-Shop 438 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
day Alex Guofeng Cao at Art Miami 3101 NE 1st Avenue Mid-Town Miami
day Garden Café pop-up Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach
day Rainbow City 3800 NE 1 Avenue, Design District
day The Liberty Entertainment Group Grand Opening Coral Gables Country Club, 997 North Greenway Drive
day Mark T Smith presents art work at Soyka Soyka Restaurant, 5556 NE Fourth Court, Biscayne Blvd.
day The Culture Cafe Meridian Avenue at 19th Street, Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot

Fair
9a-7p Littlest Sister 10 Spinello Gallery, 155 NE 38th Street, No. 101
10a-7p Ink Miami Suites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
10a-2a Multiversal Grey Area, 130 NW 24th Street, Wynwood
11a-12m Fountain Miami 2505 N. Miami Ave, Wynwood
11a-7p Arts For A Better World Soho Studios, NW 22nd Street and NW 1st Avenue
11a-7p Art Miami 32nd & NE 31st Street, Midtown
11a-7p ART ASIA Miami – Midtown 2901 North Miami Avenue
11a-7p Scope Art Fair 3055 North Miami Avenue
11a-7p PULSE Miami The Ice Palace, 1400 North Miami Avenue
11a-8p Aqua Art 1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
11a-8p Sculpt Miami 46 NW 36th Street, Midtown
11a-8p Red Dot Art Fair NW 31st Street and NE 1st Avenue (Midtown Blvd.)
11a-8p NADA Art Fair Miami Beach The Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Avenue
11a-8p Graffiti Gone Global Fresh Produce 70 NW 25th Street, Wynwood
12n-6p Moksha Visionary Art Fair 7th Circuit Studio, 228 NE 59th Street Miami
12n-8p Design Miami/ Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot
12n-8p Art Basel Miami Beach Miami Beach Convention Center
12n-8p VERGE Miami Beach The Catalina Hotel, 1732 Collins Avenue
12n-8p ZOOM Contemporary Art Fair South Seas Hotel, 1751 Collins Avenue
12n-8p Art Whino The Takeover Charcoal Studios Outdoor Space 2135 NW 1st Ave Wynwood Miami
2p-2a Miami’s Independent Thinkers Art Basel 2010 Satellite Fair Casa Wynwood, 2135 NW 1st Court Wynwood
3p-10p PooL Art Fair Carlton Hotel, 1433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
day Zones Contemporary Art Fair Miami 47 NE 24th St. Wynwood
day It Ain’t Fair OHWOW, 3100 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, FL 33127

Gallery
9a CIFO Events during Art Basel Miami Beach 1018 North Miami Avenue, Miami
9a-9p Most Wanted Art Basel Exhibition Eighth Edition 750 NE 124 Street, Suite 2, North Miami
10a-12m Art Walks the Runway At The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery, Midtown Miami
10a-5p Parsons Alumni at Art in Miami Caridi Gallery 785 NE 125th Street, North Miami
11a-11p Appropriated, Manipulated, Destroyed: The Art of N! Satterfield Harold Golen Gallery, 2294 North West 2nd Avenue, Wynwood
11a-5p Gallery Schuster Miami during Basel Week 2085 B NW 2nd Avenue. Corner of 21st Street. Wynwood
11a-5p Vellicate at Neox Image Photography Studio 250 NW 23rd St, #205 Wynwood
11a-7p ChinaMan New Media Installation Claudia Calle Studio, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami
12n-10p CANDO Arts Co-op presents WET 309 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL
12n-5p Barbara Hulanicki Presents Flash at Calix Gustav Gallery Wynwood Arts District, 98 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL
12n-6p Painting Photography Mixedmedia Sculpture Digitalmedia 250 nw 23rd street, wynwood loft #203, Wynwood
12n-7p Primary Projects 4141 NE Second Avenue, Suite 104, Design District
6p-10p International Biennale Artists Miami 2033 NW 1st Place
7p-11p Miguel Paredes Exhibitions 2311 NW 2nd Ave, Wynwood
day Masik Gallery Installation 50 NW 29th Street, Wynwood
day The Wolfsonian–Fiu Presents Isabella Rossellini Seduce Me An Installation 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
day O. Ascanio Gallery Presents Side By Side Contemporary Masterworks Opening Reception 2600 NW Second Avenue, Wynwood Arts District
day The Small World Of Willard Wigan Midtown Miami 3252 NE First Avenue

Party
10a-1a Visual Art / Dance at Inkub8 842 NW 9th Court | Miami,
4p-8p The Island Flagler Memorial Island
5p Art Basel 2010 Exhibition at The Station The News Lounge, 5580 NE 4th Court, Miami
5p-10p Art Basel Event, Lounge and Art Exhibition at Boulan South Beach 220 21st Street, Miami Beach
5p-8p Laurence Choko presents Ten is One Opening Reception 3811 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL
6:30p-12m Leonardo Hidalgo Art Basel Exhibit And After Party The Rock Art Studio, 1700 Sunset Harbor Drive Loft 502 Miami Beach
6p Merce Museum Night Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
6p-10p GBGH//Chi Chi Menendez//Tom Scicluna//Dan Walker Christopher Miro Gallery 71 East Flagler Street Downtown Miami
6p-10p PooL Art Fair Vernissage Carlton Hotel, 1433 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
6p-11p Art at The Surfcomber Presents Janinne Alter and Pablo Ricatta 1717 Coliins Avenue, Miami Beach
6p-12m Oceanfront Nights The Oceanfront at Collins Park between 21st and 22nd Streets
6p-7p Painting Photography Mixedmedia Sculpture Digitalmedia Collector Prive 250 nw 23rd street, wynwood loft #203, Wynwood
6p-8p Art Basel The Nudes Collection by Stephanie Panepinto Pinkroom Miami, 739 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
6p-8p Dan Witz Book Signing and Opening Reception at the MIA Mi Cielo 2010 Fine Art Exposition Cielo on the Bay, 7935 East Drive, Bay Harbor Islands
6p-9p Scoop NYC Coltorti 1111 Lincoln Road and The Shore Club
7:30p-10:30p There Is An Appointed Time For Everything Cultural Fridays Art Gallery, 742 SW 16 Ave, Little Havana Miami
7:30p-9:30p Dwyane Wade Fundraiser for Art Studio Miami at W Hotel 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
7p I’m From Miami Bitch!!! Zona Verde, 539 SW 12th Avenue, Miami-Little Havana
7p Shayfer James Music Inspires The New American an Art Basel event at AE District Gallery 3852 North Miami Avenue, Design District
7p-10p Natural Selection Art Exhibition Grand Opening CGAF Gallery, 3390 Mary Street, Coconut Grove
7p-10p Painting Photography Mixedmedia Sculpture Digitalmedia Public Opening 250 nw 23rd street, wynwood loft #203, Wynwood
7p-12m Fountain Miami Opening Night Reception 2505 N. Miami Ave, Wynwood
7p-1a Duncan Quinn live photoshoot and Art Basel celebration The Moore Building Miami Design District
8p-10:30p Travel Squire Presents Art To Z Party Z Ocean Hotel South Beach, 1437 Collins Avenue
8p-10p Graffiti Gone Global Fresh Produce Reception 70 NW 25th Street, Wynwood
8p-11p Hot Commodities at Catalina Hotel 1756 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
8p-2a Gartel Couture Art to Wear Premiere NIKKI BEACH, One Ocean Drive
8p-2a Kanpai Fashion Show Nikki Beach, One Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
8p-2a Steve Aoki at The Shore Club with DJ Skeet Skeet 1901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
8p-3a Art Basel events at Delano, Mondrian and Shore Club Mondrian, 1100 West Ave, Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Shore Club, 1901 Collins Ave
8p-3a Michael Perez Pop Art Showcase VIP Lounge and Rooftop Party The Clevelander Hotel, 1020 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
9p Yasser Faraco Fashion in the Arts 130 NW 24th St Miami, FL 33127
9p-4a Safe + The Pickle / Fuck Art, Let’s Dance / Off Basel The Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Avenue, Wynwood Miami
10p Art Basel Week at Transit 729 sw 1st ave Miami
10p Set and Haute Living present Dom Perignon’s Tribute To Andy Warhol Set Nightclub
10p-3a Arts for a Better World After Hours at SAPAL Soho Arts Pavilion and Lounge, 2151 NW 1st Court, Wynwood Miami
12p–9p Vogue Lounge at Art Basel Shopping Event The Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Avenue
night Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood


Art Basel Events Schedule Thursday 12/2/10

{Please note, these schedules are NOT guaranteed. Please verify the information yourself or take your chances!}
Soul Of Miami Art Basel Events Summary
These schedules will be updated regularly, so check back for the newest information!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Exhibit
7a-7p Daniel Goldstein Through the Eyes of Love HIV/AIDS Art Exhibition Miami International University of Art & Design, 1501 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
9a-4p Locust Projects presents the Billboard Project featuring Liam Gillick 155 NE 38th Street #100, Design District Miami
10a-12n Cash For Your Warhols J. Riggs Fine Art Gallery, 2341 N Miami Avenue, Wynwood
10a-2a EcoArtFashion Week Albion South Beach Hotel, 1650 James Ave. (at Lincoln Road) Miami Beach
10a-6p Baked a renegade art show during Art Basel 81 NW 24th Street (between NW 2nd Ave & N. Miami Ave)
10a-7p Young DASH Artists Recreate Grimm Fairy Tales for Art Basel Las Tias, 2834 North Miami Ave
11a-12m La Premiere Edition of Haiti Art Expo Mosaic Building in Miami Design District 161 NE 40th Street, Suite 201
11a-5p The Base Paint Tents For The Children Of Haiti Epic Residences Green, 270 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami
11a-6p Small Gift Miami 173 NW 23rd Street
12n-10p Julian Lennon Presents Timeless During Art Basel Miami Beach The New Generation Green Room, Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
12n-10p Bert Stern and I CHADY, Art Gallery + Atelier | 3312 N. Miami Ave. Wynwood
12n-12m Exhibitalia the Italian Pavilion 70 NW 25th. St., Wynwood Arts District
12n-12m Hyperbolic Aerosolic The Roots of New York City Underground Art 2501 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL in the Wynwood Art District
12n-9p Travel Squire Presents Art To Z Z Ocean Hotel South Beach, 1437 Collins Avenue
2p-12m ArtUndressed Harvey’s By The Bay, 6445 NE 7th Ave., Miami
6:30p-10p The Artbus Peep Show Traveling All Over Miami
6p-9p Icons and Legends at Nikki Beach One Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
7p O Cinema Celebrating Art Week 90 NW 29th Street Wynwood Miami
all Primary Flight Street Art Murals
all Miami Design District Presents Cultured Design District
all The Street Festival of Electronic Music, Art and Performance Harold Golen Gallery, 2294 NW 2nd Ave, Wynwood
day Urbayne Biscayne Art on the Boulevard 7657 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Fl 33183
day Art Basel at The Bakehouse Art Complex 561 NW 32nd Street, Wynwood Miami
day Benrimon Contemporary showcases Trey Speegle’s It’s Later Than You Think at Townhouse Townhouse Hotel 150 20th Street at Collins Ave, Miami Beach
day Laurence Choko presents Ten is One 3811 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL
day Miami Dade College Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Freedom Tower 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
day Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood
day The Luis Morais Pop-N-Shop 438 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
day Alex Guofeng Cao at Art Miami 3101 NE 1st Avenue Mid-Town Miami
day Garden Café pop-up Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach
day Rainbow City 3800 NE 1 Avenue, Design District
day The Liberty Entertainment Group Grand Opening Coral Gables Country Club, 997 North Greenway Drive
day Mark T Smith presents art work at Soyka Soyka Restaurant, 5556 NE Fourth Court, Biscayne Blvd.

Fair
9a-7p Littlest Sister 10 Spinello Gallery, 155 NE 38th Street, No. 101
10a-7p Ink Miami Suites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
11a-7p ART ASIA Miami – Midtown 2901 North Miami Avenue
11a-7p Scope Art Fair 3055 North Miami Avenue
11a-7p Arts For A Better World Soho Studios, NW 22nd Street and NW 1st Avenue
11a-7p Art Miami 32nd & NE 31st Street, Midtown
11a-8p Red Dot Art Fair NW 31st Street and NE 1st Avenue (Midtown Blvd.)
11a-8p Sculpt Miami 46 NW 36th Street, Midtown
11a-8p Graffiti Gone Global Fresh Produce 70 NW 25th Street, Wynwood
11a-8p Aqua Art 1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
12n-6p Fountain Miami 2505 N. Miami Ave, Wynwood
12n-6p Moksha Visionary Art Fair 7th Circuit Studio, 228 NE 59th Street Miami
12n-8p Design Miami/ Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot
12n-8p Art Basel Miami Beach Miami Beach Convention Center
12n-8p ZOOM Contemporary Art Fair South Seas Hotel, 1751 Collins Avenue
12n-8p Art Whino The Takeover Charcoal Studios Outdoor Space 2135 NW 1st Ave Wynwood Miami
1p-8p PULSE Miami The Ice Palace, 1400 North Miami Avenue
2p-2a Miami’s Independent Thinkers Art Basel 2010 Satellite Fair Casa Wynwood, 2135 NW 1st Court Wynwood
2p-8p NADA Art Fair Miami Beach The Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Avenue
day Zones Contemporary Art Fair Miami 47 NE 24th St. Wynwood
day It Ain’t Fair OHWOW, 3100 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, FL 33127
12n-12m Multiversal Grey Area, 130 NW 24th Street, Wynwood

Gallery
9a CIFO Events during Art Basel Miami Beach 1018 North Miami Avenue, Miami
9a-9p Most Wanted Art Basel Exhibition Eighth Edition 750 NE 124 Street, Suite 2, North Miami
10a-12m Art Walks the Runway At The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery, Midtown Miami
10a-5p Parsons Alumni at Art in Miami Caridi Gallery 785 NE 125th Street, North Miami
11a-11p Appropriated, Manipulated, Destroyed: The Art of N! Satterfield Harold Golen Gallery, 2294 North West 2nd Avenue, Wynwood
11a-5p Gallery Schuster Miami during Basel Week 2085 B NW 2nd Avenue. Corner of 21st Street. Wynwood
11a-5p Vellicate at Neox Image Photography Studio 250 NW 23rd St, #205 Wynwood
11a-7p ChinaMan New Media Installation Claudia Calle Studio, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami
12n-10p CANDO Arts Co-op presents WET 309 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL
12n-5p Barbara Hulanicki Presents Flash at Calix Gustav Gallery Wynwood Arts District, 98 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL
12n-6p Painting Photography Mixedmedia Sculpture Digitalmedia 250 nw 23rd street, wynwood loft #203, Wynwood
12n-7p Primary Projects 4141 NE Second Avenue, Suite 104, Design District
6p-10p International Biennale Artists Miami 2033 NW 1st Place
day Masik Gallery Installation 50 NW 29th Street, Wynwood
day The Wolfsonian–Fiu Presents Isabella Rossellini Seduce Me An Installation 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
day O. Ascanio Gallery Presents Side By Side Contemporary Masterworks Opening Reception 2600 NW Second Avenue, Wynwood Arts District
day The Small World Of Willard Wigan Midtown Miami 3252 NE First Avenue

Party
10a-12m Visual Art / Dance at Inkub8 842 NW 9th Court | Miami,
10a-1p PULSE Miami Press and VIP Private Preview The Ice Palace, 1400 North Miami Avenue
10p Art Basel Week at Transit 729 sw 1st ave Miami
10p-3a Charcoal Studios 60 NW 22nd St. SCOPEMiami Night Event
12n-7p Seventh Annual Masters Mystery Art Show The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, One Lincoln Road
12p–9p Vogue Lounge at Art Basel Shopping Event The Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Avenue
3p-3a Art Basel events at Delano, Mondrian and Shore Club Mondrian, 1100 West Ave, Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Shore Club, 1901 Collins Ave
5p-12m Globaile Art Basel Event At The News Lounge 5580 Ne 4th Court, Miami
6p Rainbow City Opening Reception 3800 NE 1 Avenue, Design District
6p Ur In or Ur Out 456 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Bach
6p-10p VERGE Miami Beach Opening Night Reception The Catalina Hotel, 1732 Collins Avenue
6p-10p United Nude 5PRCITY exhibition Opening Party “United Nude Miami, 161 NE 40th Street, Miami Design District

6p-10p Bert Stern and I VIP Reception CHADY, Art Gallery + Atelier | 3312 N. Miami Ave. Wynwood
6p-11p Art at The Surfcomber Presents Janinne Alter and Pablo Ricatta 1717 Coliins Avenue, Miami Beach
6p-12a CCEMiami Mover la Roca The Moore Space, 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 200, Second Floor
6p-12m Oceanfront Nights The Oceanfront at Collins Park between 21st and 22nd Streets
6p-9p
7p Artistically Fashioned! Art Basel Celebration Deco One Interiors Group 3900 N. Miami Ave. Wynwood Miami
7p Miami Dade College Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Freedom Tower Gala 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
7p-10p Anya Ponorovskaya’s Downtown Salon Opening reception 35 Northeast 40th Street, Design District
7p-10p Primary Projects Opening 4141 NE Second Avenue, Suite 104, Design District
7p-10p Disney’s Airline Chair Launch Party Avant Gallery, 3850 N. Miami Avenue, Design District
7p-10p Cappellini Presents the TRON Armchair with Walt Disney Signature 10 NE 39th Street Design District Miami
7p-10p Locust Projects presents the Billboard Project featuring Liam Gillick Reception 155 NE 38th Street #100, Design District Miami
7p-10p NDS Market opening 155 NE 38 St.
7p-11p Party on the Plaza Miami Art Museum, 101 West Flagler Street
7p-9p Mark T Smith presents art work at Soyka Opening Reception Soyka Restaurant, 5556 NE Fourth Court, Biscayne Blvd.
8:30pm-12m La Premiere Edition of Haiti Art Expo Opening Night Mosaic Building in Miami Design District 161 NE 40th Street, Suite 201
8p It Ain’t Fair OHWOW, 3100 NW 7 Avenue, Miami, FL 33127
8p Rough Draft Transit Lounge (Red Room), 729 SW 1st Avenue, Brickell
8p-10p New Dealers Art Alliance (NADA) Fair Opening Party The Deauville Beach Resort, 6701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
8p-11p Miguel Paredes National Gallery National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
8p-12a Maison Martin Margiela 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 101, Miami, FL 33137
8p12m Maison Martin Margiela Celebrates Art Basel Maison Martin Margiela, 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 101
8p-12m Hyperbolic Aerosolic The Roots of New York City Underground Art Opening Reception 2501 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL in the Wynwood Art District
8p-12m Urban Alchemists Wynwood Walls Opening Party 2516 NW Second Avenue, Miami FL
9p-12a Small Gift Miami 173 NW 23rd Street, Wynwood Miami Hello Kitty Meets Obey Sanrio
9p-12m Art Basel at Club 50 Featuring Lesatova Club 50
9p-4a Safe + The Pickle / Fuck Art, Let’s Dance / Off Basel The Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Avenue, Wynwood Miami
night Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood


Art Basel Events Schedule Wednesday 12/1/10

{Please note, these schedules are NOT guaranteed. Please verify the information yourself or take your chances!}
Soul Of Miami Art Basel Events Summary
These schedules will be updated regularly, so check back for the newest information!

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Exhibit
7a-7p Daniel Goldstein Through the Eyes of Love HIV/AIDS Art Exhibition Miami International University of Art & Design, 1501 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
9a-4p Locust Projects presents the Billboard Project featuring Liam Gillick 155 NE 38th Street #100, Design District Miami
10a-2a EcoArtFashion Week Albion South Beach Hotel, 1650 James Ave. (at Lincoln Road) Miami Beach
10a-7p Young DASH Artists Recreate Grimm Fairy Tales for Art Basel Las Tias, 2834 North Miami Ave
11a-5p The Base Paint Tents For The Children Of Haiti Epic Residences Green, 270 Biscayne Blvd, Downtown Miami
12n-10p Julian Lennon Presents Timeless During Art Basel Miami Beach The New Generation Green Room, Adrienne Arsht Center, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
12n-10p Bert Stern and I CHADY, Art Gallery + Atelier | 3312 N. Miami Ave. Wynwood
12n-12m Exhibitalia the Italian Pavilion 70 NW 25th. St., Wynwood Arts District
2p-12m ArtUndressed Harvey’s By The Bay, 6445 NE 7th Ave., Miami
6p-10p Travel Squire Presents Art To Z Z Ocean Hotel South Beach, 1437 Collins Avenue
7p, 9:30p O Cinema Celebrating Art Week 90 NW 29th Street Wynwood Miami
all Primary Flight Street Art Murals
all Miami Design District Presents Cultured Design District
day Urbayne Biscayne Art on the Boulevard 7657 Biscayne Blvd. Miami Fl 33183
day Art Basel at The Bakehouse Art Complex 561 NW 32nd Street, Wynwood Miami
day Benrimon Contemporary showcases Trey Speegle’s It’s Later Than You Think at Townhouse Townhouse Hotel 150 20th Street at Collins Ave, Miami Beach
day Laurence Choko presents Ten is One 3811 NW 2nd Avenue Miami, FL
day Miami Dade College Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Freedom Tower 600 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
day Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood
day The Luis Morais Pop-N-Shop 438 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
day Alex Guofeng Cao at Art Miami 3101 NE 1st Avenue Mid-Town Miami
day Garden Café pop-up Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach

Fair
9a-7p Littlest Sister 10 Spinello Gallery, 155 NE 38th Street, No. 101
11a-6p ART ASIA Miami – Midtown 2901 North Miami Avenue
11a-6p Scope Art Fair 3055 North Miami Avenue
11a-7p Arts For A Better World Soho Studios, NW 22nd Street and NW 1st Avenue
11a-7p Art Miami 32nd & NE 31st Street, Midtown
11a-7p Red Dot Art Fair NW 31st Street and NE 1st Avenue (Midtown Blvd.)
11a-8p Sculpt Miami 46 NW 36th Street, Midtown
11a-8p Graffiti Gone Global Fresh Produce 70 NW 25th Street, Wynwood
12n-5p Ink Miami Suites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
12n-8p Design Miami/ Miami Beach Convention Center P-Lot
day Zones Contemporary Art Fair Miami 47 NE 24th St. Wynwood

Gallery
9a CIFO Events during Art Basel Miami Beach 1018 North Miami Avenue, Miami
9a-9p Most Wanted Art Basel Exhibition Eighth Edition 750 NE 124 Street, Suite 2, North Miami
10a-12m Art Walks the Runway At The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery The Michael Perez Pop Art Gallery, Midtown Miami
10a-5p Parsons Alumni at Art in Miami Caridi Gallery 785 NE 125th Street, North Miami
11a-5p Gallery Schuster Miami during Basel Week 2085 B NW 2nd Avenue. Corner of 21st Street. Wynwood
11a-7p ChinaMan New Media Installation Claudia Calle Studio, 2722 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami
12n the Kissing Booth Show at swampspace gallery 3821 NE 1 Court, Design Distirct
12n-5p Barbara Hulanicki Presents Flash at Calix Gustav Gallery Wynwood Arts District, 98 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL
12n-6p Painting Photography Mixedmedia Sculpture Digitalmedia 250 nw 23rd street, wynwood loft #203, Wynwood
12n-7p Primary Projects 4141 NE Second Avenue, Suite 104, Design District
6p-10p International Biennale Artists Miami 2033 NW 1st Place
day Masik Gallery Installation 50 NW 29th Street, Wynwood
day The Wolfsonian–Fiu Presents Isabella Rossellini Seduce Me An Installation 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
day O. Ascanio Gallery Presents Side By Side Contemporary Masterworks Opening Reception 2600 NW Second Avenue, Wynwood Arts District
day The Small World Of Willard Wigan Midtown Miami 3252 NE First Avenue

Party
10a Ink Miami Preview Breakfast Suites of Dorchester, 1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
11a-1p Littlest Sister 10 Vernissage Spinello Gallery, 155 NE 38th Street, No. 101
12n–9p Vogue Lounge at Art Basel Shopping Event The Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Avenue
3p-6p ZOOM Contemporary Art Fair Professional Preview South Seas Hotel, 1751 Collins Avenue
6p-12m Oceanfront Nights The Oceanfront at Collins Park between 21st and 22nd Streets
6p-9p Art Basel Miami Beach Vernissage Miami Beach Convention Center
7p-11p Vellicate at Neox Image Photography Studio Opening Reception 250 NW 23rd St, #205 Wynwood
7p-11p CANDO Arts Co-op presents WET Opening Reception 309 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL
7p-9p Vogue Lounge Cocktail Reception The Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Avenue
7p-9p Young DASH Artists Recreate Grimm Fairy Tales for Art Basel Opening Las Tias, 2834 North Miami Ave
8p Eurocinema Cocktail Party and Avenue Montaigne Viewing At Gansevoort Miami Beach 12/1/10 2377 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
8p-10p Artcenter/South Florida Sugar Rush 800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
8p-11p Miguel Paredes National Gallery National Hotel, 1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
8p-11p Aqua Art Opening 1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
8p-11p ZOOM Contemporary Art Fair Preview Reception South Seas Hotel, 1751 Collins Avenue
9a-3a Art Basel events at Delano, Mondrian and Shore Club Mondrian, 1100 West Ave, Delano, 1685 Collins Ave, Shore Club, 1901 Collins Ave
9p Visual Art / Dance at Inkub8 842 NW 9th Court | Miami,
9:30p PRIVATE Townhouse Hotel Rooftop hosted by Perry and Etty Farrell
10p Art Basel Week at Transit 729 sw 1st ave Miami
evening The Wolfsonian–Fiu Exclusive Dinner During Art Basel Miami Beach Featuring Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
night Artful Big Top at Cafeina 297 Northwest 23rd Street, Wynwood