Viernes Culturales / Cultural Fridays 6/25/10

Viernes Culturales / Cultural Fridays
June 25th, 2010
Schedule of Events:
7:00 pm Historic Walking Tour of little Havana – Tower Theater
7:30 pm Fusion 4 – Domino plaza
7:30 pm Alex del Sol – Corner of 16th Avenue and 8th Street

Cremata–Summer Exhibition: featuring 40 works by artists from the Gallery roster
Maxoly—Onesimo Hernandez-Havana city landscapes
Leal—— Collective exhibition by 10 Cuban artists
Imago— Collective exhibition by 8 Cuban artists
Cuba Ocho Art Center – permanent collection, Latin Jazz night
Mildrey Guillot—permanent exhibition of Mildrey Guillot’s work
Agustin Gainza Gallery- permanent exhibition of Agustin Gainza’s work
Molina Gallery– permanent exhibition of Luis Molina’s work
Marta Ismail Gallery- permanent exhibition of Marta G. Ismail’s work
Unzueta Gallery- permanent exhibition of Ramon Unzueta’s work
9:00 pm – Daniel Bouchet, Intimo! En Alfaro’s
9:00 pm – A todo Arte en KimbaraCumbara con Lazaro Horta y Cristina Rebull
La Casa de Tula – great atmosphere, no cover!
10:00 pm – La Descarga con Gema Corredera en I Love Calle Ocho
7:30 pm – Felo y su descarga en El Exquisito
Live music at El Pub and El Cristo Restaurant

Historic Walking Tour – 7:00pm
The tour features architectural details, cultural history and other interesting tidbits from the mind of South Florida’s most respected historian. Meet in front of the Tower Theater.
See from afar the posh Roads Neighborhood.
Hear the Stirring Story of Sts. Peter & Paul Parish.
Experience Conch Hill and hear of the unique Bahamian settlement therein.
Walk past a textbook example of the Bungalow style home.
See the Currás Brothers workshop and tile work.
Stroll along La Rambla and experience the neighborhood’s most historic homes.
In memory of Diana Barreto 1974-2010

A BIG Welcome to: Bordercross EcoCultural Center! They will have their Grand Opening during Viernes Culturales night!
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
1333 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33135
Deepen your connections with the people, places, ecology and cultural traditions of Miami. Bordercross Miami is for locals and visitors who care about sustainable living and sustainable travel, place, culture, authenticity and diversity.

Miami’s Jewel: The Tower Theater
To all those cinema lovers we would like to invite you to discover one of Miami’s best kept secrets, the historic Tower Theater. Enjoy a great foreign movie, independent film or art exhibition since the programs at the theater are exquisitely catered for people interested in cultural life. Bringing a refreshing oasis among the popular mall multiplexes, one can find cycles of new independent Spanish cinema, revelations from the Middle East and great works from European masters. And to top it off screenings have English subtitles and prices are just $6 for general public and $5 for students and seniors, can it get any better than this?

For more information click here!