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Miami Art Week Exhibitions and Events2017-12-06T22:03:05+00:00

MIAMI ART WEEK EXHIBITIONS + EVENTS 2017

Miami Arts Week – American Song Book

December 4 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

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Distinguished guest mezzo-soprano Rachel Calloway and guest pianist Paul Schwartz will dazzle audiences with works by Gershwin, Berlin, Arlen, Weill, Hollaender, and more in an exploration of the Jewish experience through popular song.

Deep See Project

Art Miami Pavilion | Dec. 5 – Dec. 10, 2017

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Art + Landscape | Faculty Jacek Kolasinski and Roberto Rovira

The DEEP SEE project seeks to leverage the power of art as a means of communication to heighten awareness about and showcase solutions to climate change, marine safety and conservation, and sea level rise. The installation serves as a platform for like-minded organizations dedicated to the sea as well as educational institutions, multi-media, performance and other related artworks, to create an immersive convergence for the sea leading to an action agenda.

MFA Exhibition – Fractured Affinities

Featuring works by 2nd and 3rd year MFA students: Angela Yang, Belaxis Buil, Daniel Marosi, German Ruiz, Gianna DiBartolomeo, Hazel Gil, Jose Luis Garcia, Karla Kantorovich, Matthew Chernoff, Paul Perdomo, Rhea Leonard, Samantha Lazarus, Stephanie Hibbard

Curated by MFA Christopher Rodriguez Barake and Prof. William Burke  

On view during Art Basel / Miami Art week and through December 30th 2017 at KER Gallery Art Projects, 3281 NW 78 Ave, Doral, Miami

Felice Grodin: Invasive Species | Augmented Reality (AR) Exhibition

Perez Art Museum |  Dec. 5, 2017 – April 21, 2018

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Architecture | Faculty Felice Grodin

Felice Grodin: Invasive Species is a virtually interactive, digital exhibition of commissioned works by Miami-based artist Felice Grodin. The series employs the immersive technology of augmented reality (AR), and is accessible to visitors using iOS devices in PAMM’s outdoor areas and in the Padma and Raj Vattikuti Learning Theater on the museum’s first floor. This AR project is made possible thanks to a generous grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Opening Night of Overload

Tuesday, Dec. 5th, 2017 7:00-10:00PM

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Overload explores the concept of immersion at Vizcaya. Four artists were commissioned to create site-specific projects that challenge visitors to consider the atmospheric qualities of their encounters with Vizcaya. This exhibition marks the first occassion in which the Contemporary Arts Program (CAP) has commissioned work from international artists. Alongside Miami-based, FIU School of Music composer Orlando Jacinto Garcia and New-based artist David Brooks, Overload, presents the work of Dutch artists Arnout Meijer and Tanja Smeets.

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Nela Arias- Misson and Lisl Steiner Retrospectives – ConcreteSpace 3400 NW 78th Avenue

Nela Arias – Misson featured artist at Pinta Miami Art Fair, MANA Wynwood 2217 NW 5th Ave

Christopher Rodriguez Barake MFA in Curatorial Practice is participating as organizer and curatorial advisor for both exhibitions.

Reminder to all Journalism+Media Majors: 
Set up your Internship for Spring 2018 before the holiday break !!

Join one of our info sessions on Dec 5 / Dec 6.
You’ll learn about:

*available internships for spring
*how to get credit for your internship
*how to plan ahead for paid summer internships

These journalism+media internship info sessions will take place on:

  • Tuesday, Dec. 5   –  4:00 pm
  • Wednesday, Dec. 6  –   11:00 am  &  2:00 pm

Location: BBC – AC 2 # 335 – conference room

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MIAMI URBAN FUTURE INITIATIVE RESEARCH REPORT | MIAMI’S NEW URBAN CRISIS

Thursday, December 7, 2017

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MUFI’s latest report on “Miami’s New Urban Crisis”—written by Richard Florida, author of The New Urban Crisis and Visiting FIU Fellow—evaluates Miami’s urban and economic development challenges compared to 52 large U.S. metros with more than one million people. The report examines several dimensions of urban stress, including economic inequality, occupational segregation, income segregation, poverty, housing unaffordability, and middle class decline. “There is a downside to Miami’s urban revival,” writes Florida. “Its recent economic boom has generated a New Urban Crisis born from its very success.”

MFA Gianna DiBartolomeo is exhibiting at Aqua Art Fair

MFA Gianna DiBartolomeo and MFA Angela Yang are both exhibiting at Superfine! Art Fair

New City Spirit: Visions for Sweetwater

FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios |  Opening Reception: Dec. 7, 2017, to Dec. 13, 2017  

Architecture | Student Exhibition

FIU graduate architecture students will be exhibiting their visions for the future of the City of Sweetwater at the school’s Miami Beach gallery throughout Art Basel this year.

I.R.M.A One Night Happening

FIU A+AH Sculpture Studios – W01 Lab

Organized by Sculpture Professor Robert Chambers and co-curated by BFA students Hugo Aldana and Crystal Rodriguez

CAP Lab: Overload | MFA Exhibition

Vizcaya Village | December 9, 2017 I 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m

Art | Faculty Robert Chambers & Student Exhibition

You are invited to join us at the Vizcaya Village for the opening of CAP Lab: Overload.

CAP Lab: Overload explores the concept of immersion at Vizcaya. We invited artists to consider how the activation of the senses can alter the experience of the Vizcaya Village, a space that is not open to the public, yet is an integral part of Vizcaya.

Basel, Lox, & Cream Cheese Brunch
Sunday, December 10, 2017   10am

The Annual Basel, Lox and Cream Cheese Brunch will feature a discussion & tour with 3D artist Eric Goldemberg on his work using state-of-the-art 3D printers.The presentation is in conjunction with the museum’s current exhibition Subject to Interpretation: The 3D works of MONAD Studio Artists Eric Goldemberg & Veronica Zalcberg.

Free for Art Basel VIP Card holders (with RSVP)
Limited Seating First Come-First Served
$18 for JMOF-FIU members; $25 for non-members

Reservations Required

Ping Pong Miami 2017

Alfred I. Dupont Building| Dec. 5 – Dec. 10, 2017

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Art | Faculty Robert Chambers

Los Angeles Art Association is proud to present Ping Pong 2017, a multi-destination, cross-cultural collaboration featuring artists from Los Angeles, Miami and Basel during Art Basel Miami Beach

Subject to Interpretation: The 3D Works of MONAD Studio Artists Eric Goldemberg & Veronica Zalcberg

FIU Jewish Museum of Florida | Dec. 4 – Feb. 25, 2018

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3-D artists Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg of MONAD Studio present a series of ornate, 3D-printed panels hovering over the central space of the gallery, suspended from the ceiling as beacons of light. Each individual panel is articulated to represent a cosmology of communal relations such that the geometry of its subdivisions and connecting arms resonate with the overall rhythmic notion of the singular and the multiple fused together. The result is a walk-through experience presenting Jewish cultural heritage in a new, vibrant and engaging format.

Master’s of Art Education 2017 Exhibition

FIU A+AH Masters of Art Education Students – Jennifer Guada, Solangel A. Rodriguez, Adriana Ruzzi-Vera, Jamie West.  Curated by A+AH Dept Chair , Professor David Y. Chang.

On view through January 7th at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, FIU 10975 SW 17th Street, Miami, FL

RAW Pop-Up Exhibition by Young Artists Initiative 

Historic Post Office Building | Dec.  6 – Dec. 10, 2017

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Young Artist Initiative (YAI) Presents RAW, a 3-floor immersive pop up at the Historic Post Office Building in Downtown Miami. RAW is a disruptive local presence during Art Basel empowering emerging artists during the most important week for the arts in Miami. This is the first and only art event to take place at the Historic Post Office Building. Architecture faculty Marcelo Ertorteguy and Sara Valente from Stereotank are presenting their latest installation at RAW – the Generative Drop Sequencer, a minimal music machine activated by water drops that create constantly changing rhythms.

Prizm Art Fair

Mana Downtown | Dec.  6 – Dec. 17, 2017

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Mikhaile Solomon | FIU Alumni & Director of Prizm Art Fair

Prizm Art Fair  is pleased to announce our 5th edition. Spanning two weeks and coinciding with Miami Art Week, Prizm Art Fair, hosted in partnerships with Knight Foundation, MANA Contemporary, and the Green Family Foundation will take place December 6th through December 17th, 2017, with a Prizm Preview on December 5th at Mana Contemporary Downtown, Miami. Prizm Art Fair will present a global program examining and unpacking complexities inherent in transcultural dialogue and how Africa and its Diaspora preserve a sustainable dialogue with its identity relative to the dynamics present in the transformation of cultures.

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