New Work Miami 2010 Afterhours with Frozen Music and Flash Orchestra at Miami Art Museum 9/16/10

All Afterhours programs: 6-9pm; MAM members $5, non-members $15
Thursday, September 16
Miami Art Museum, 101 West Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33130
Explore auditory sensations with sound art collectives Frozen Music and Flash Orchestra. In the gallery, meet artists Adler Guerrier and Mette Tommerup; plus Talking Head Transmitters with the PDMD Ensemble. Poem Depot will also be on hand to create personalized poems on demand. This Evening of Sound is generously supported by Lin Lougheed.

Parking is available for $5 (with validation) at 50 NW 2nd Ave.
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About “New Work Miami 2010”
New Work Miami 2010 is organized by Miami Art Museum and is supported by donations to MAM’s Annual Exhibition Fund, with additional support provided by Lin Lougheed. It is curated by Peter Boswell, assistant director for programs/senior curator, and René Morales, associate curator.

New Work Miami 2010 artists: Maria José Arjona, Kevin Arrow, Beings, Jenny Brillhart, Felecia Chizuko Carlisle, Jim Drain, Flash orchestra, Frozen Music, Oscar Fuentes & the Gipsy Catz, Lynne Golob Gelfman, Michael Genovese, Jacin Giordano, Guerra de la Paz, Adler Guerrier, Jacuzzi Boys, Don Lambert, Gustavo Matamoros, Ana Mendez (with Aja Albertson & Richard Vergez), Beatriz Monteavaro, Gean Moreno/Ernesto Oroza, Peggy Nolan, Fabian Peña, Christina Pettersson, Poem Depot, Vickie Pierre, Manny Prieres, Bert Rodriguez, Christopher Stetser, Talking Head Transmitters, Robert Thiele, Mette Tommerup, Humberto Torres, Frances Trombly, Tatiana Vahan, Marcos Valella, Michael Vasquez, Viking Funeral and Michelle Weinberg.

Miami Art Museum, a modern and contemporary art museum in Miami, FL, serves one of the most diverse and fast-growing regions of the country, where a confluence of North and Latin American cultures adds vibrancy and texture to the civic landscape. MAM embraces its role as a cultural anchor and touchstone in a city that welcomes countless ethnic and age groups, lifestyles and ideas. MAM’s far-ranging vision is expressed in the breadth and depth of its exhibition program, and its ambitious education and public programs. The Museum continues to build its collection of holdings from the twentieth century through the present, as it embarks on a major new building and expansion project. The new MAM designed by Herzog & de Meuron will open in downtown Miami’s Museum Park in 2013. For more information about Miami Art Museum, visit Hours: Open Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 5pm, Saturday and Sunday, noon to 5pm. Closed Monday. Admission: Free for MAM members, children under 12 and students (with valid ID); adults $8; seniors $4. Free admission every second Saturday. Parking: $5 at 50 NW 2nd Ave. Government Center Station.