Yo Miami 4 Year Anniversary Bash 5/24/15

Yo Miami 4 Year Anniversary Bash
Sunday, May 24, 6:00pm – 10:00pm
yomiami4Yo Space
294 NE 62nd St
Miami, Florida 33138
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We’re celebrating 4 years of being active in the Miami arts and culture scene with an event that brings together all the elements we love in our city: Art, Music, Beer and Food.

While there are many private collections focusing on Latin American, Caribbean, and other cultural art movements in the region, none specifically focus on artists who have made Miami their home. As Yo Miami’s four year anniversary approaches, it will unveil its biggest project to date: the Yo Miami Permanent Collection, aimed at rectifying this lapse.

“What Remains” the first exhibition for the collection is indicative of its mission to document the evolution of the Miami art scene in an effort to expose the immense talent that has grown out of South Florida. The exhibition will be the first of many initiatives focused on preserving our city’s artistic legacy and sharing it with residents and visitors alike.

-“What Remains” exhibition artists: Trek 6, Ruben Ubiera, Jay Bellicchi (Remote), Claudio Picasso (CP1), Yuhmi Collective, Douglas Hoekzema, Lorie Ofir, Rei Ramirez, Nicole Salgar, Luis Berros, Nate Dee, Delvs, Ivan Roque, Raul Santos (OEMS), WHUT
-Featured Mural Installation: Raul Santos II
-other artists on exhibition: Kazilla, Reinier Gamboa, Elio Mercado (Evoca1), Dorandy Mercado, Ernesto Kunde, JeanPaul Mallozzi, Danny Ferrer, GG, Goop Massta, LEBO, Registered Artist, Alex Yanes, Meluka, Robert Jimenez
-Bands: JUke, Elastic Bond (Acoustic Set ft. Komakozie), Raffa Jo + Jayjohero
-DJ: Mr. Jolt (Jolt Radio)
-Food Trucks: Ms. Cheezious, HipPOPs Handcrafted Gelato Bars
-Beer: Wynwood Brewing Company, MIA Brewing Co., J Wakefield Brewing, Concrete Beach Brewery

Champagne and Truffles with Bonnin Ashley Antiques 5/23/15, 5/30/15, 6/13/15, 6/20/15, 6/27/15

Champagne and Truffles with Bonnin Ashley Antiques
Saturday, 05/23/2015 – 12:00 pm – 04:00 pm
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Bonnin Ashley Antiques,
4707 Southwest 72 Ave, Florida Miami
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Cost: Free

Whether you are a seasoned collector or considering adding your first antique piece to your home, Bonnin Ashley Antiques invites you to join them every Saturday to view the latest additions to their collection of 18th and 19th century furniture. Enjoy complimentary Champagne and truffles while exploring this 20,000 square foot showroom and discover the unique story of each piece from husband and wife team, Sorne and Michael Flick. Admission is free and no RSVP required.

About Bonnin Ashley
Opened in 1986, Bonnin Ashley is South Florida’s largest antique furniture dealer of 18th and 19th century museum quality antiques. Each piece is restored on site at the locally owned showroom by a master team. Shoppers can find Bonnin Ashley’s entire collection in the online showroom at BonninAshley.com.

4th Annual Paint Me Miami Art Competition Reception Hosted by Mayor Tomas Regalado 5/21/15

4th Annual Paint Me Miami Art Competition Reception Hosted by Mayor Tomas Regalado
New_Invite_with_all_logosThursday, May 21, 6-9pm
National Young Arts Foundation
2100 Biscayne Blvd
Miami FL

Support the Arts this Thursday at the 4th Annual Paint Me Miami Art Competition hosted by Mayor Tomas P. Regalado.
Enjoy the art of over 50 local artist.

Delicious hors’ d’oeuvres by Events by Bea, Polo Group Services and Celebrity Chef, Jacques Laventure, The Naked Chef from MTV’s Snack Off! The beautiful dolls of Zhantra Entertainment will be greeting you and enjoy the sounds of live guitar by Mario Vuksanovic, all on the beautiful terrace of the National YoungArts Foundation, overlooking the iconic Bacardi Tower.

Don’t miss this wonderful evening. RSVP will close Thursday at 12!

Photographs of The Leah Arts District Unveiling and Block Party on 5/17/15

The Leah Arts District Unveiling and Block Party on Sunday, May 17, 2105.  What a wonderful show and amazing crowd.

Food Trucks Curated by Burger Beast
Live Painting Curated by Life Is Art with Nate Dee, Teepop, Aquarela, Rei Ramirez and WHUT213
Music by Music by Milk Media Co., Feral Fraction and KLANGBOX.FM
VW “Hialeah Art Bus” Painted Live by Ernesto Maranje
Murals By: Abstrk (Miami), Atomik (Miami), Derick G. (Hialeah), Diana Contreras (Miami), Don Rimx (PR / Miami), Ernesto Maranje (Hialeah), Junk Lainez (Hialeah), Kazilla (Miami), Mr. Dheo (Portugal), NM Salgar (Miami), Trek6 (Miami).

Food Trucks Curated by Burger Beast: Daddy’s Grill, Mr. Good Stuff, Taco Fresh,Velvet Creme Doughnuts, Zombie Ice
Food Pop-Up by Pincho Factory

About The Leah Arts District
Hialeah’s Southeastern industrial corridor rose to prominence during the 1980s as one of the largest and busiest areas of production and manufacturing in Florida. As a result of modernization combined with the effects of outsourcing, the uses that were once prevalent in the area dissipated and this particular area was all but abandoned. Since that time, a medley of different uses has been incorporated into the area including a heavy presence of some of Miami-Dade County’s most prolific thrift stores. These thrift stores have been instrumental in introducing Hialeah to an entire generation of antique lovers and artists.

The Hialeah Artist Live/Work Overlay District, also known as The Leah Arts District, enjoys a strategic proximity to the newly proposed Hialeah Market Station development project, Miami’s artistic hubs, and other destination areas within Miami-Dade County. Because of it’s location and highly affordable price per square footage, Hialeah’s new Artist Live / Work District is in a position to play a vital and important role in the artistic and cultural development of not only Hialeah, but the entire South Florida community. Follow @leahartsdistrict on Instagram for updates.

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MANO Fine Art presents: COMMON GROUND 5/16/15

MANO Fine Art presents: COMMON GROUND
Saturday, 05/16/2015 – 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Common-Ground-Flyer-Revised_edited-2MANO Fine Art Project Space
4225 SW 75 Ave (2nd Flr),
Miami, Florida 33155
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Cost: FREE

Join MANO Fine Art on Saturday, May 16 for the Opening Reception of COMMON GROUND, a multi media exploration of the immigrant experience featuring work by Miami-based artists Jonathan De Camps and MANO.

HARRISART presents Eleazar Delgado:UNTAMED 5/16/15

HARRISART presents Eleazar Delgado:UNTAMED
Saturday, 05/16/2015 – 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
4432 SW 74 Avenue,
Miami, Florida 3355
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Cost: FREE

HARRISART presents Eleazar Delgado:UNTAMED, featuring Delgado’s newest collection. In UNTAMED, Eleazar Delgado shares his unique view of light as it changes and moves through the landscape.

Miguel Rodez Art Projects presents the Visual Poetry Project 5/16/15

Miguel Rodez Art Projects presents the Visual Poetry Project
Saturday, 05/16/2015 – 05/16/2015 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
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4229 SW 75 Ave (2n Flr),
Miami, Florida 33155
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Cost: FREE

Miguel Rodez Art Projects invites you to the Opening Reception for the Visual Art Project on Saturday, May 16 during the Bird Road Art Walk. The Visual Poetry Project is as much about the viewer’s imagination as it is about the artwork on view. The Project invites viewers to comment, discuss, criticize or be inspired by what they see. Writers, poets, or simply those who enjoy reading will find themselves drawn to the Visual Poetry Project, a fine arts exhibit that explores meaning through a combination of text from viewers and visual stimulation from the artist.