Miami Art Museum Presents MAM Morning Lectures Art in Miami Brandi Reddick 2/17/10

Miami Art Museum Presents
MAM Morning Lectures: Art in Miami

Art in Miami is the topic of Miami Art Museum’s annual MAM Morning Lectures, a seven-lecture subscription series in which local critics, historians and curators present a panorama of the arts in Miami from 1896 to the contemporary scene. Subscribers meet monthly over coffee and muffins beginning Wednesday, October 28, 2009. A tour of current exhibitions led by MAM docents follows the lecture. For more information or to purchase a subscription or individual tickets, contact MAM’s education office at 305.375.4073 or via email at
Art in Miami schedule:
– Wednesday, October 28 – “In the Beginning, Mostly the Sun” – Helen L. Kohen, art historian and critic
– Tuesday, November 10 – “Architecture and Design: Pioneering towards Deco, MiMo and Beyond” – Beth Dunlop, architecture critic
– Wednesday, January 13 – “The Biological Analog: Museums Grow, Divide, and Disappear” – Helen L. Kohen, art historian and critic
– Wednesday, February 17 – “Free and On & Off the Street” – Brandi Reddick, Department of Cultural Affairs, speaks about the Art in Public Places program
– Wednesday March 10 – “Recognizing the Miami Demographic: Before and Beyond Mariel” – Margarita Cano, Artist and Joanne Hyppolite, chief curator, Historical Museum of Southern Florida
– Wednesday, April 14– “The Transition: Pre-Basel Miami” – Peter Boswell, assistant director for programs/ senior curator, MAM
– Wednesday, May 12– “Assessing Miami Art 2010” – René Morales, associate curator, MAM

When: Coffee and muffins at 10am; Lecture at 10:30am; Docent-led tour immediately following

Where: Miami Art Museum
MAM Auditorium
101 W Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33130

Cost: Single tickets: $5 for members, $10 non-members