ArtCenter South Florida A not for profit organization founded in
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ArtCenter/South Florida Lowe Art Museum–University of Miami A not-for-profit organization founded in 1985, advances the knowledge and practice Located at the University of Miami in Coral gables, The Lowe is the oldest accredited of contemporary visual arts and culture in South Florida. ArtCenter exists to provide visual arts institution in Dade County and the area’s premier collecting museum. affordable workspace on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach for outstanding visual artists Featuring 5,000 years of world art and a permanent collection of 16,000 objects. in all stages of career development. ArtCenter serves the diverse residents and Hours: Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat 10am to 5pm. Thurs noon to 7pm. Sun noon to 5pm. visitors of South Florida through open studios, exhibitions, and education. Location: 1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables Hours: Mon-Wed 11am to 10pm. Thurs-Sun 11am to 11pm. Contact: (305) 284-3535, www.lowemuseum.org Location: 800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Contact: (305) 538-7887, www.artcentersf.org Miami Art Museum The museum’s far-ranging vision is expressed in the breadth and depth of its Bakehouse Art Complex exhibition program and its ambitious education and public programs. The new MAM A visual arts not-for-profit organization, dedicated to creating an environment for designed by Herzog & de Meuron will open in downtown Miami in 2011. artistic search, exploration and expression. Housing over 60 artists’ studios plus Hours: Tues-Fri 10am to 5pm. Sat and Sun noon to 5pm. Closed Mondays. workshops and 2 galleries displaying contemporary art. Location: 101 West Flagler Street, Miami Hours: Exhibitions and artist studios open daily from noon to 5pm. Contact: (305) 375.3000, www.miamiartmuseum.org Location: 561 NW 32nd Street, Miami Contact: (305) 576-2828, www.bakehouseartcomplex.org Miami Beach Botanical Garden This vibrant garden is lushly landscaped with tropical plants, flowering trees, palms Bass Museum of Art and native plants. Featured are a Japanese garden, butterfly garden, herb garden and View selections from a permanent collection spanning more than five hundred years rose fountain courtyard. Education, exhibitions and arts in the gardens are offered. and four continents as well as cutting-edge works by contemporary artists. Hours: Tues-Sun 9am to 5pm. Closed Mondays. Hours: Tues-Sat 10am to 5pm. Sun 11am to 5pm. Closed Mondays. Location: 2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach Location: 2121 Park Avenue, Miami Beach Contact: (305) 673-7256, www.mbgarden.org Contact: (305) 673-7530, www.bassmuseum.org Miami Children’s Museum Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation The Miami Children’s Museum is dedicated to enriching the lives of all children by Known as CIFO, the foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 2002 by fostering a love of learning and enabling children to realize their highest potential. Ella Fontanals-Cisneros and her family to support art and artists who are exploring Hours: Open daily from 10am to 6pm. new directions in contemporary art. CIFO fosters cultural understanding and Location: 980 MacArthur Causeway, Miami educational exchange through three primary initiatives: Grants and Commissions Contact: (305) 373-5437, www.miamichildrensmuseum.org Programs for emerging and mid-career visual artists from Latin America; an exhibitions program showcasing work by Latin American artists and international Miami Science Museum contemporary art from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection at CIFO Art Space; and Founded in 1949, the museum is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. foundation-initiated support for other arts and culture projects. Hours: Open daily from 10am to 6pm. Hours: Thurs-Sun 10am to 4pm. Location: 3280 South Miami Avenue, Miami Location: 1018 North Miami Avenue, Miami Contact: (305) 646-4200, www.miamisci.org Contact: (305) 455-3380, www.cifo.org Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum–Florida International University MOCA makes contemporary art accessible to diverse audiences. It provides a forum An AAM accredited museum and Smithsonian affiliate, recognized for its growing for emerging artists as well as presenting local and internationally recognized artists. collection of 20th and 21st century American and Latin American art, innovative Hours: Tues-Sat 11am to 5pm. Sun noon to 5pm. Closed Mondays. exhibitions, outstanding lecture series and unparalleled programs. The museum is Location: 770 NE 125th Street, North Miami, FL 33161 the repository of over 6,000 works of art. MOCA at Goldman Warehouse Hours: Wed/Thurs/Fri 10am to 5pm. Saturday 12pm to 4pm Hours: Wed-Sat noon to 5pm. Location: FIU-PC 110, 11200 SW 8th Street, Miami Location: 404 NW 26th Street, Wynwood Arts District, Miami Contact: (305) 348-2890, www.frostartmuseum.org Contact: (305) 893-6211, www.mocanomi.org The Haitian Heritage Museum Rubell Family Collection A monumental symbol of Haitian history, culture and its people. The Rubell Family Collection is one of the leading collections of contemporary art Location: P.O. Box 370809, Miami, FL 33137 in the world. Started in 1964, and opened to the public in 1996, it is housed and Contact: www.haitianheritagemuseum.org exhibited in a converted former Drug Enforcement Agency warehouse. Hours: Wed-Sat 10am to 6pm. Open until 10pm the second Sat of each month. Historical Museum of Southern Florida Location: 95 NW 29th Street, Miami Explore 10,000 years of local history at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida. Contact: (305) 250-9133, www.vizcayamuseum.org Enjoy changing exhibitions related to South Florida and the Caribbean. Hours: Mon-Sat 10am to 5pm. Third Thurs 10am to 9pm. Sun noon to 5pm. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Location: 101 West Flagler Street, Miami Vizcaya was built by agricultural industrialist James Deering from 1916–1925. Today Contact: (305) 375.1492, www.hmsf.org a National Historic Landmark, the European-inspired estate includes a Main House filled with art and antique furnishings and gardens on Biscayne Bay. Jewish Museum of Florida Hours: Open daily from 9:30am to 4:30pm. The museum collects, preserves and interprets the Jewish experience in Florida Location: 3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami from 1763 to the present. The focal point of the Museum is its core exhibit, “MOSAIC: Contact: (305) 250-9133, www.vizcayamuseum.org Jewish Life in Florida,” along with special exhibits that are featured throughout the year. A Collections & Research Center, several films, Timeline Wall of Jewish History The Wolfsonian–FIU and a Museum Store complete the experience. Its fascinating collection of objects from the Modern era (1885-1945) focuses on how Hours: Tues-Sun 10am to 5pm. Closed Mondays. art and design shape and reflect the human experience. Location: 301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Hours: Thurs/Fri noon-9pm. Sat/Sun/Mon/Tues noon-6pm. Contact: (305) 672-5044, www.jewishmuseum.com Location: 1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Contact: (305) 535-2631, www.wolfsonian.org WEDNESDAy THURSDAy FRIDAy SATURDAy 30 31 1 2 During this month-long program, membership at any one of these participating museums will work Science: Fabulous First Friday Lecture, HMSF: Fifteenth Annual Miami International Global Warming and South Florida, 7pm as a free pass to any of the other museums. Please contact each museum for details and additional Map Fair, 10am–5pm ArtCenter: Picturopolis through Feb. 17 Wolfsonian: Book Club, Mario and the Magician information regarding their programs and events. HAVE FUN AND ENJOY A MONTH CULTURE HOPPING. by Thomas Mann, 7pm Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am Vizcaya: Struggling for Grandeur (sculpture) KICK OFF PARTy and Triangle of Need (video installation) Vizcaya: The Fairest Isle: Music from England’s Rubell: Film, Caravaggio, 1pm + 3pm SUNDAy MONDAy TUESDAy Sagamore Hotel, Miami Beach, 7-10pm on going Great Houses, 7:30pm MOCA: Creative Arts, 2–4pm 3 4 5 6 7 8 Bass: Mid-Century Bus Tour, 9am–1pm Historical Museum: Family Fun Day 9 MBBG: Gardens Bus Tour, 10am–3pm Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am Vizcaya: Film and Artist Talk, Rubell: John Stezaker Exhibition Tour, 3pm Catherine Sullivan, 6pm Rubell: William Kentridge Films, 10am–10pm HMSF: Fifteenth Annual Miami International MAM: Members’ Preview, Wilfredo Lam in North Map Fair, 10am–5pm America, 6–8pm Wolfsonian: Family Workshop+Film, 1–3pm HMSF: Miami Shores and North Bay Boat Tour, Lowe: Lowe Down Happy Hour, 7–9pm Bakehouse: M4 Goes to Wynwood, 7–10pm 10am–1pm Jewish Museum of FL: Film, Superheroes Wolfsonian: Documentary Film, CIFO: Wynwood 2nd Saturdays at CIFO, 7–10pm Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am Children’s: Story Time, 11am + 1pm CIFO: Fortunate Objects through Feb. 29 Children’s: Wonderful Wednesday, 3:30pm Unmasked, 7:30pm Trading Women, 7pm MOCA: POP 2008 ½ Dolce Vita, 7pm–midnight 10 11 13 14 15 16 Lowe: Lecture+Reception, Women Only! In Their Studios, 7–10pm M4 yOUNG PROFESSIONALS’ COCKTAIL Rubell Collection, 7–10pm HMSF: Everglades II Tour, 9am–4pm Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am Science: Annual Gala at the Ritz Carlton Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am Vizcaya: Family Program, VIZ(ual) Arts, 1–4pm Children’s: Wonderful Wednesday, 3:30pm Wolfsonian: Film, You Are Not Alone, 7pm Key Biscayne, 8pm Rubell: Film, Edward II, 1pm + 3pm 17 18 19 20 21 22 Lowe: Teacher Workshop, 9am–4pm 23 Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am Wolfsonian: Design Dimensions, noon–5pm MAM: Lecture, Miami’s Modern Masters, HMSF: Opening: Native Arts of the Northwest 10am–noon Coast, 1–3pm Children’s: Wonderful Wednesday, 3:30pm HMSF: Presentation+Book signing, The Other Vizcaya: Moonlight Garden Tour, 6:30pm MAM: Jam at MAM, 5–8:30pm Wolfsonian: Free Tour, 6pm Hollywood, 2–4pm HMSF: Ft. Lauderdale Walking Tour, 10am–1pm Jewish Museum of FL: Lecture, Judaism and the Wolfsonian: Piano recital by Sara Laimon, 7pm ArtCenter: KX2, 7–10pm MAM: Young Collector’s Panel, 3–5pm Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am Comics, 7:30pm Lowe: Lecture+Book Signing: Faith Ringgold: Rubell: Pillow Talk/2008, Rubells with artist Rubell: Hernan Bas exhibition tour, 3pm MOCA: Presentation, Show and Tell, Part 1, 2pm Children’s: Story Time, 11am + 1pm Science: Total Lunar Eclipse, 8pm More than 50 Years, 7–10pm Hernan Bas, 7pm HHM: Gala Grand Opening, 8pm–midnight 24 25 26 27 28 29 MBBG: Tour of the Gardens, 10am MOCA: Curator Tour, 11am Wolfsonian: Free Tour, 6pm HMSF: Miami River Boat Tour, 10am–1pm ArtCenter: Art & Wine Lecture, 7–9pm Children’s: Museum Mini Tour, 11am MAM: Preview, NEW WORK Melanie Smith MOCA: Jazz at MOCA, 8pm MOCA: Presentation, Show and Tell, Part 2, 2pm w/Rafael, 6–9pm CLOSING PARTy Bass: Film, The Bellboy, 3pm Children’s: Story Time, 11am + 1pm Children’s: Wonderful Wednesday, 3:30pm Science: art@MiaSci, 6–9pm The Standard, 9pm–midnight MEMBERSHIP CAN BE A GOOD THING. JOIN ONE SEE THEM ALL. SUPPORT HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY Dade Community Foundation’s John S. & James L. Knight Foundation Donor-Advised Fund, Social Miami at The Sagamore, The Standard, Grolsch, Grey Goose Vodka, Abokado, Circa 28, Open Doors, The Miami Herald, WLRN, and The New Times. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT www.joinoneseethemall.com or call 305.535.2631.