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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 the scene that was painted by guests of The Lowe art museum’s “Sip and Sketch” night. Every month, the Beaux Arts program, a volunteer organization focused on promoting the arts…

Art professor displays politically charged “American Masks”
Art, Edge

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 out of American flags. Associate Professor of Sculpture Billie Grace Lynn showcased “American Masks” as part of UM’s annual faculty art show. She first created the masks in 2006 as…

“Pop Art Prints” exhibition celebrates history and color
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“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 abstract expressionism. Pop art served as a demonstration against the limiting distinction between high and low art. Nestled at the centre of the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum, the clean…

Ibis shutter art stands strong
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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 viral before the storm hit. Painted on the side of the Geneva Hotel on 15th and Collins in Miami Beach, the hourlong street art project became a popular and powerful…

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