Seeing as Halloween is tomorrow, today’s civic engagement post is fittingly related to the spooky festivities. The Third Street Garage will be hosting an inaugural fine art Gala to benefit the Fridge Art Fair. The organisation was first created to bring to the Miami audience an amalgam of cultural art coming from all around the region. Artists will also be present to open up a dialogue, which is promised to be equally thought provoking and entertaining.
The events will kick off with an opening reception for “Pairs and Other Lovers” in the Allen Ginsburg Project Room. These exhibitions will feature Linda DiGusta’s drawings of pears, collaborations with the late abstract painter Mark Wiener and even Ginsburg’s critically acclaimed dog paintings. Within the next month, Third Street Garage will also open its doors to the “Freezer Pops” exposition, showcasing masterpieces by artists from Miami and New York.
All proceeds of the Halloween Gala will support these talented artists and will give the opportunity for rising talent and dealers to grow and expose their visions to the public. The aim of this gala is to create a safe haven for art lovers to communicate, interact and mingle. So make sure you check it out!
When: October 31st 2014 – November 23rd 2014
Where: : 300 SW 12th Ave, Miami, FL (On the corner of SW 12 Ave. & SW 3rd St)
Price: $40 (Presale tickets are $10!)
The event is open to the public, anyone and everyone is welcomed.
– Lina Fahmy