Everything that's Art of Miami

Yo Miami’s 4th Year Anniversary Bash 5/24/15

Yo Miami turns four with a celebration of Miami’s top talents!

In four years, Yo Miami has gone from just a facebook page promoting the new venues and events popping up in Wynwood, to a multifaceted artist incubator spanning most of South Florida. From its gallery/artist collective space in Little Haiti the organization has continued to grow as a bridge between the creative community and businesses, creating new opportunities benefitting all involved. Finding a lack of resources aimed at educating the public about the evolution of the Miami art scene, Yo Miami is now launching its own Permanent Collection. This collection will serve as a time capsule and indicator of the progress achieved by the artists who have come to call our city home. Read the rest of this entry »

La Femme at Brisky Gallery: Perfect Mothers Day Exhibit at Wynwood Art Walk 5/9/15

La Femme at Brisky Gallery: Not to Be Missed at Wynwood Art Walk 5/9/15

Perfect exhibit for Mothers Day weekend is La Femme at Brisky Gallery celebrating women through art. Exhibiting some of the most talented women in the Miami art world. One of our favorite artworks on exhibit is the intimate pencil drawings by artist Amliv Sotomayor. Also on view display is painterly street art of Diana Contreras. La Femme is on exhibit thru the end of May. However Wynwood Art Walk is the perfect opportunity to pass by on 5/9/15.

Brisky Gallery 

130 nw 24 st

miami Fl 33127

Free Kids Arts Festival: 9th Annual All Kids Included Festival 5/2/15

This wonderful event celebrating the abilities of all children is now on its 9th year. The organizers have their hearts in the right place with this event, with their goal to create an unforgettable day for children. Come enjoy the art, music, food and live shows. Weather for Saturday is going to be perfect.


South Dade Cultural Arts Center

Art Exhibit in Hialeah: Shadow of Every Origin

A Shadow of Every Origin: A Group Art Exhibition @ Yuniel Delgado Castillo’s Art Studio

Yuniel Castillo Delgado’s Art Studio presents its new project “A Shadow of Every Origin” in a group art exhibition with painter Sergio Chavez and photographers Rafael Carabano, Emilio Portuondo, and William Riera. This collection of works surveys the myriad ways visual artists have been inspired by or collaborated with poets and writers. That’s why this exhibition has been inspired also by the poetry of Mirtha Maria Lopez and Carlos I. Naranjo who are also invited to read some of their poems.

2116 W 62nd St Hialeah, FL 33016

Opening Reception:
Saturday, May, 16th, 2015 7:00pm


Wynwood Life Arts Festival 4/24-25

Don’t forget! this weekend is the Wynwood Life Arts Festival. The annual arts festival located in the iconic Wynwood Arts District. Plenty to see and do. Click here for details.

Top Photos From the 2015 Youth Fair (10 pics)

via IG by @julia.315

via IG by @julia.315

Top Photos From the Dade County Youth Fair (7 pics)

Here are few pics I was amazed by via Instagram from this years Dade County Youth Fair. If you know of any other good ones, please comment so I can add them. Hover on images to see the creator behind the pic and Instagram account. Enjoy!

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Must Do During Wynwood Art Walk 4/11/15

Annual Countywide Student Art Show 

A must this time around is to support t our kiddos at the Annual Countywide Student Show. Every year the Miami Dade Public Schools hosts a countywide call to student artist to submit their best work. Only the best of the best make it and the end result is a prideful glimpse in to to our students potential, imagination and creativity. Make sure to stop by the BakeHouse Art Complex in Wynwood. Oh and While you are there, you mine as well stop by next door to see the acclaimed murals by world renown artists at Diego Middle School.

Bakehouse Art Complex

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Wynwood Adds Variety With New Indian Fashion Store(4pics)

New Indian Fashion Store in Wynwood will Add Variety to Area

The new saree store in Wynwood called Rupees, like the Indian currency, will help further diversification in the Wynwood area. As artist would tell you, one of the Principles of Art is Variety, an important attribute to a successful artwork. In this case our art work is the entire neighborhood called Wynwood. The addition of this ethnic fashion store is an awesome new “ingredient” to the Wynwood appeal. Check out Rupees next time you are in Wynwood for a showcasing of beautiful Indian Fashion. The colors alone will leave you dazzled.

Rupees Inc. est. 1994
Wynwood Arts District,
415 N.W. 27th Street,
Miami, Florida 33127

T. 305.576.4368

PhilanthroFest 2015 Bigger and Better than Ever 4/11/15

PhilanthroFest 2015 Bigger and Better than Ever 4/11/15

Really proud of this event. I have seen it grow from its initial humble launch in 2011 to a now fully sponsored event in a prime location of our city, Museum Park. Brought to you by the same good people at SoulofMiami.org and LifeisArt.org, PhilanthroFest connects people, passion and philanthropy in South Florida. The yearly PhilanthroFest event is the first-of-its-kind and largest non-profit and community resource fair which celebrates philanthropy and arts in a carnival-like atmosphere with entertainment for the entire family. PhilanthroFest helps non-profits strengthen their communications strategies, donor loyalty and volunteer engagement by providing non-profit executives with educational resources at our Digital Media Institutes. PhilanthroFest helps non-profits excel while connecting the community to their cause – both online and in real life. Established in 2011, PhilanthroFest is a Fiscal Sponsorship Fund at The Miami Foundation. Finally, donations to the PhilanthroFest Fund qualify for the maximum charitable tax deduction allowed by law.




PhilanthroFest Map

info: PhilanthroFest



Coral Gables to Create a Walled City by 2018

Coral Gables to Create a Walled City

This mediterranean revival, multiply use complex has just received its initial approval from the City o f Coral Gables. It is dubbed to be the biggest construction project ever in Coral Gables. From the concept drawing, the massive development will create a walled perimeter with arched gateways, creating a mediterranean walled city look. When constructed, the 500 million dollar project will rise at Ponce Circle, about two blocks from 24st, where a small Spanish gate now stands. We are all for it. How about you?

via Curbed Miami

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