Friday, July 30th, Viernes Culturales
Schedule of Events:
7:00 pm Historic Walking Tour of little Havana – Tower Theater
7:30 pm Michel Calvo – 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-Recent works
Leal—— Exhibition by renowned Cuban artist Hector CatÃ¡
Imago— Collective exhibition by 8 Cuban artists
Cuba Ocho Art Center – permanent collection and Charanga 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- this month presents “Meninas”
La Casa de Tula
10:00 pm – La Descarga con Gema Corredera en I Love Calle Ocho
7:30 pm – Homenaje a Olga Guillot 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 Dr. Paul George. Meet in front of the Tower Theater. This Special Tour is Educational, Interesting, and Absolutely Free!!!
Traipse thorough the site of the Belcher Homestead of long ago. Admire the wide variety of Mediterranean styled homes on S.W. 10th Street. Hear the story of the imposing Shenandoah Presbyterian Church and its role in the early spiritual history of Miami. See the site of both Shenandoah Elementary and Shenandoah Junior High Schools, which opened in the 1920s on former farmland. Observe Samuel Friedland’s Food Fair Supermarket and learn of the strong Jewish imprint on yesteryear’s Little Havana. Stroll along Calle Ocho when it was the Tamiami Trail and the gateway to the Everglades, and then note the stunning art galleries of today…
Eliecer RodrÃguez – Recent Works
The Viernes Culturales / Cultural Fridays Gallery is opening an exhibition featuring the work of Venezuelan painter Eliecer Rodriguez this summer.
Rodriguez’s works really escapes his own limits, is a lie to say the painting is confined in inches. Without a doubt it goes beyond and cannot be contained only in a small space. The force emanating from the colors, their accents, contrast and brightness call us to a trap, and suddenly everything is dynamism, energy and passion. One thing is certain: one cannot be indifferent to his work.
“Art, painting, is a constant exercise of creation, where everything shown has become part of us. An exercise to shape what we know, we felt or what we observed of the world; what has called our attention and much more.” – Eliecer Rodriguez.
Opening reception: Wednesday July 28th, 2010 – 7:00pm
Exhibition will run until August 20th, 2010Thank you for using Soul Of Miami!