Reception/Exhibition: ArtScape 20182018-02-08T00:56:51-05:00

ArtScape Benefiting the 25th anniversary of Winter Party Festival

Main Gallery

Exhibition on Display: March 1-6, 2018

Reception/Auction: March 2, 2018 At 8PM


To bridge the gap between LGBTQ Artists and the mainstream art world. LGBTQ+ artists from across the country come together to raise awareness and funds to benefit the National LGBTQ Task Force​.

Celebrate out & proud LGBTQ+ Artists.

Each year, ArtScape highlights out & proud LGBTQ artists in various stages of their careers while benefiting the National LGBTQ Task Force and local South Florida LGBTQ nonprofits.

In celebration of Winter Party’s 25th anniversary, ArtScape is unveiling Winter’s Rainbow, a collaborative work of art in tribute to Gilbert Baker’s Rainbow Flag.

This one-of-a-kind exhibition also features live entertainment by Heneseas, complimentary cocktails and delicious hors d’oeuvres.

For the past 10 years, ArtScape has stood out as the only platform in Miami showcasing works by LGBTQ artists and is quickly becoming the country’s premier destination for LGBTQ art and collectors. The event bridges the gap between LGBTQ artists and the mainstream art world while raising much-needed visibility and funds for the LGBTQ community.

ArtScape is hosted by the annual Winter Party Festival to raise funds for the National LGBTQ Task Force which, among other things, disburses funds to local non-profit organizations as the Miami Foundation, who received a check of $300K from the Task Force disburse raised from 2016’s Gala.

To buy tickets click, HERE.

Your purchase supports the important work of the National LGBTQ Task Force in the fight for full freedom, justice and equality. The Task Force also donates a significant portion of the proceeds to South Florida LGBTQ organizations. #beyou

If you are an artist that identifies as LGBTQ and are interested in attending this event or being apart of it please contact Jennifer Maria Alvarez.

College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts
Modesto A. Maidique Campus
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