GET LOST at this Saturday’s at Wynwood Art Walk in a display of paintings, photos and sculpture inspired by Brian Butler’s slightly creepy obsession with kitschy roadside culture and miniature golf.
Contributed by Indie Film Club Miami
Consider following the example of indie musicians and writers who take advantage of the current advances in technology and stick around.
You can make movie magic right here at home where the subjects are familiar, there is way less competition and of course you know your friends and family will have your back.
If you’re gay and proud put your hands up!
Out of the Closet the World’s Most Fabulous Thrift Store proudly generates income that helps fund the medical services AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) that provide free HIV testing and counseling support to the commubity.
For a our new thrift series we’re giving you the scoop on our favorite local thrift shops. For the premiere feature we sat down with Ralphie from the Biscayne Boulevard location (this particular one is definitely the worlds most fabulous) for a quick chat.
Here’s what he had to say…
Last we spoke of Ahol Sniffs Glue he was reppin’ Wynwood Art Fair. Since then, he’s definitely been doing his job – creating art that inspires even the most sophomoric citizens. It’s been almost two years since the premiere of his first solo exhibit, 7.625 Fl Oz, and he’s been long over-due for another.
And so he began 2012 prepping diligently for his upcoming art show, Ahol: Full-Time, which also marks the opening of Mercenary Square, Miami’s newest exhibition space.
Aqua Art Fair returns to Miami for its 7th consecutive year with an expanded arts program featuring forty-five galleries that invite visitors to view and engage.
The classic South Beach hotel makes for spacious exhibition rooms that open onto a breezy, intimate courtyard — a favorite gathering hub for some R&R during the insane Art Week and a place to discuss, exchange, and disseminate contemporary art ideas.
In conjunction to Art Basel and its many satellite fairs, the University of Miami’s College of Arts and Sciences Art presents The Fourth Annual Cane Fair in collaboration with university’s Art History Department. The fair will showcase the works of several students pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts.