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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Art Wynwood returns in a new, picturesque location

Catch a glimpse of internationally-acclaimed art with a waterfront view. The exhibit runs from Feb. 16 to 19.

Coral Gables Festival of the Arts features vibrant, original concepts

Snapshots of the work of five female artists are on display at the annual showcase.

Instagram-able Museum of Ice Cream opens in Miami Beach

You scream … I scream … We all scream when we hear that the Museum of Ice Cream is opening up right here in...

Distraction magazine uses art scavenger hunt at Lowe museum to attract...

The fun event not only shed light on the entertainment publication but on the museum. Many came to partake in the hunt – some students came that had never even stepped into the museum before.

Art Basel Event Guide

From Wynwood to South Beach, parties, exhibits and performances can be found across the city during Art Basel week.

‘American Masks’ artist, UM professor receives threats after exhibit goes viral

The first time the masks were displayed, the reaction was thumbs up and some thumbs down. This time, Professor Billie Grace Lynn is receiving death threats.

‘Black Hair Magic’ exhibit reclaims the beauty of natural styles

When fifth-year student Alexis McDonald took a photography class and got free rein to do a project on whatever she liked, she had one...

Wine and painting offers new way to wind down

A blood red moon rises over a haunted house, surrounded by ghosts and a graveyard.This is not an opening to a horror movie but...

Art professor displays politically charged “American Masks”

  Crowds formed outside the windows of the University of Miami art gallery in Wynwood and stared at the display: Ku Klux Klan hoods made...

Mural artist gone viral leaves free art around campus to thank...

Artist Beau Bradbury graffitied a mural of an old-school Sebastian the Ibis on the side of the Geneva Hotel entitled "You Don’t Scare Us...

“Pop Art Prints” exhibition celebrates history and color

The “Pop Art Prints” exhibition celebrates the technicolor pop art movement, which began in the United States during the 1960s as a reaction to...

Ibis shutter art stands strong

“We will not be afraid.” This is the message that artist Beau Bradbury sent to Miami when his mural, 'You Don’t Scare Us Irma,' went...