Photographs of Wynwood Art Walk on 1/10/15

Wynwood Art Walk on Saturday, January 10, 2015.

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Bird Road Art Walk -Saturday, January 17th (& every 3rd Saturday) 1/17/15

Bird Road Art Walk -Saturday, January 17th (& every 3rd Saturday)
Saturday, 01/17/2015 – 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Jan-2015-flyer-for-fb_edited-2Bird Road Art District
Conveniently located just east of the Palmetto Expressway & south of Bird Road (SW 40th St). Most studios are locates along SW 75 Ave & SW 74 Ave,
Miami, Florida 33155
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Cost: Free

Support the scene… Join us for our first art walk of year on Saturday, January 17th from 7-10 pm. Connect with original works of art , interesting people, engaging conversations and get to know one of Miami’s most vibrant communities of amazing artists!

About the Bird Road Art Walk:
Now in its fourth year, the Bird Road Art Walk, continues to bring artists and collectors together. On the 3rd Saturday of each month, artists’ open their studios, along with alternative spaces and galleries that dot the industrial area along SW 74 Ave & SW 75 Ave. The event features a broad range of contemporary, emerging and established artists working in a variety of mediums ranging from photography to sculpture, mix media, conceptual art, ceramics, drawing, painting etc… art and unique items for all tastes and budgets.

The Bird Road Art Walk is FREE & OPEN to the public.

The Bird Road Art Walk is organized and funded by the Bird Road Art District, Inc., a non-profit volunteer based organization.

Bombillo 1/10/15

Saturday, 01/10/2015 – 08:00 pm – 12:00 am
bombillo_poster_Jan_10_2015_SMThe Light Box at Goldman Warehouse
404 NW 26 St,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: FREE

Miami Light Project + Mrpauer present:

Once a month lights + sounds social gathering
The Bright Bazaar
Art * Fashion * Design + more
(more than 20 vendors)
Curated by Wynwood Hearts + 4Ojos

Video Installation by: Rodrigo Gaya

Music by: Phaxas + Shamizo + Heather Holiday + Mr. Pauer

Food truck + drinks + more…

From 8PM to 12AM
Wynwood Art Walk
No cover

Art Walk and After Party at Cafeina Wynwood 1/10/15

Art Walk and After Party at Cafeina Wynwood
Saturday, 01/10/2015 – 01/11/2015 07:00 pm – 03:00 am
CafeinaFB-Artwalk-JAN-2015Cafeina Wynwood Lounge
297 NW 23rd Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: 5.00

Now that you are well rested, join us at Cafeina for the first Art Walk of 2015! Enjoy the grand opening of Jason Aponte’s painterly exploration through pop culture and cinema, juxtaposed in everyday life reflections. Stay tuned for the after party celebration with beats by Dj A-Train. Cover is $5 after 10pm, 21+ only. Group reservations highly recommended, limited seating. [email protected]

Downtown Miami First Friday Art Walk 1/2/15

Downtown Miami First Friday Art Walk
Friday, January 2, 6:00pm – 11:00pm
McCormick Place, Downtown Miami
firstfriday111 SW 3rd St
Miami, FL 33130

McCormick Place Presents
The Gallery Curated by: Elvira Aedo-Dago
Maestro Rafael Soriano, Maestro Rafael Consuegra, Mario Ayerbe, Stephen Gamson, Lloyd Goradesky, Marianna Fox, Vito Bonanno

Fine Art Studios
7th Floor: Eleazar Delgado Studio, Monique Lassooij
2nd Floor: Irela Fabiola Amato, Sidney Cooper, Gustavo Gonzalez, Karen Kim, Daniela Canabal, Sharon Rauvola, Benedicte Blanc-Fontenille
3rd Floor: Andrea Beloff, Arrington Magny, Jaro Joseph, Jairo Granda, Yvonne Pfeiffer, Sophie Perrault, Aida Seroussi

38th Annual Art Deco Weekend Celebrates Miami Beach 100 Year Anniversary 1/16/15-1/18/15

38th Annual Art Deco Weekend Celebrates Miami Beach 100 Year Anniversary
artdecoweekend Friday, January 16, Noon – 11PM
Saturday, January 17, 10AM – 11PM
Sunday, January 18, 10AM – 8PM
Ocean Drive & Lummus Park
between 5th & 13th Streets
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Art Deco Weekend 2015 celebrates 100 years of history, architecture and people! Join us January 16th – 18th as we take a step back in time and remember the last 100 years of Miami Beach.

Every year during Art Deco Weekend, Miami Design Preservation League closes Ocean Drive to traffic. Over 140 vendors line Lummus Park and Ocean Drive displaying vintage and handmade paintings, photography, jewelry, sculptures, posters and more. Ocean Drive fills with street entertainment, classic cars and people. However, the main attraction is the Art Deco buildings sitting on the most famous street in South Florida!

A lively and entertaining menu of family friendly entertainment takes over Ocean Drive during Art Deco Weekend. Come see stilt walkers, magicians, dancers, strolling characters and more! The Art Deco Weekend lectures are held in the Art Deco Museum at 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Fl 33139.

The Promenade is our cultural hub at Art Deco Weekend. Attendees will be able to dance to music from the 1920s, 30s & 40s as jazz musicians & big bands take the stage. Attendees will be able to see furniture and home accessories made in Art Deco decades. Models will take the stage and showcase clothing and accessories made or inspired by the Art Deco era. Finally, the ADW Film Series will feature films made in Miami Beach as we celebrate the “100 Years of Miami Beach!”

Art Deco Weekend invites you to be a part of the first annual Deco Dance-A-Thon, Saturday, January 17, 3–6 p.m., sponsored by Art Deco Napier. Cost to enter is $30 for Individuals and $50 per Couple. Prizes go to the best dancer, best costume and more!

Art Deco Weekend is happy to present the 5th Annual Art Deco Weekend Fashion Show. The Miami Design Preservation League has partnered with Tatyana Clothing, Iris Chase Designs, Beauty Touches Group, and Beauty Schools of America to bring you an exciting hour of Art Deco Fashion and Music.

Art Deco Weekend is an official venue for Swingsomnia and Vintage Swing Celebration attendees! Swing dance and music enthusiasts from across the country will come together to spotlight the Swing Era and accentuate community instead of the difference that set people apart. Sarah Jane and the Blue Notes and the Shiny Shoes Band will take the stage as nearly 200 dancers hit the floor for a fun night of music and dance! Friday, January 16, 2015 8pm – 11pm at the Promenade, 12th and Ocean (on the sand).

The Playground is a special area of Art Deco Weekend for kids and families. The Playground is open to the public on Saturday (1/17) and Sunday (1/18) from NOON – 5PM. The Playground is located in Lummus Park by 13th street and features live performances just for kids along with kids activities and vendors. On Sunday, we will kick off the day at the Playground with an event for dogs, so bring the whole family to Art Deco Weekend and visit the Playground! On Sunday, at the Playground, all the participating dogs will receive a doggie bag at our Arf Deco doggie meet-up. Awards will be given out at the Playground Stage for MOST DECO DOG and to the DOG & OWNER who look the most alike along with a handful of other fun awards.

Bizarre Botany: Tropical Botanic Artists 1/9/15

Bizarre Botany: Tropical Botanic Artists
Friday, 01/09/2015 – 01/30/2015 06:00 pm – 09:00 pm
bbb-coconut-Julio-FiguroaIsabel Fine Home Furnishings
7334 Red Road,
South Miami, Florida 33143
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Bizarre Botany is an exhibition of black and white drawings by Miami-based Tropical Botanic Artists group. The original illustrations are drawn from 140 created for THE BIG, BAD BOOK OF BOTANY: The World’s Most Fascinating Flora by Michael Largo (William Morrow). The artists will be present for the January 9, 2015, kickoff event of South Miami’s monthly GalleryWalk.

Largo’s research for the highly personal collection of anecdotes about the effects of common and uncommon plants on humans led him to Tropical Botanic Artists who drew or painted plants to illustrate his words. Book combines latest biological data with bizarre facts about some of the plant kingdom’s most intriguing species.

Artists whose works are on view are Margie Bauer, Kristi Bettendorf, Beverly Borland, Silvia Bota, Marge Brown, Marie Chaney, Susan Cumins, Jeanie Duck, Julio Figueroa, Bobbi Garber, Pauline Goldsmith, Leo Hernandez, Carol Ann Lane, Elsa Nadal, Carol Onstad, and Donna Torres. Visit for details about the group. # # #