Art Blog Miami
|Posted on 9 May, 2022 at 20:30|
Summer art camp in Miami 2022 starts on June 13th
It will be our pleasure to assist you with our fabulous educational summer program. Our camp is proud to be celebrating its 16th anniversary this year 2022 with a fantastic annual program to enrich the children minds. Creating art, and making creative projects after the past pandemic times feels like food for the soul.
Art Classes Miami educational art camp will start on June 13th 2022 at the Wynwood studio location at 151 NW 36 Street in Miami FL 33127. The weekly session covers all day with activities from 10 am to 4pm. Children get to work in oil paint on canvas, acrylic paint on canvas, sculpture in clay, glass mosaics, drawing, cartooning, watercolor and more.
This camp is suitable for children ages 8 up to 13 years old, and all art supplies are included. The camp group is very small with a maximum of 10 kids per week at a fantastic indoors venue. Our academy is an ongoing educational place that teaches art all year round, so the children get to experience an authentic art studio experience directly from professional hands.
Only prepaid weeks will be reserved, and space is limited to ten kids per week.
No walks are allowed without prior registration.
The fee per week with all supplies included is $650 for full time option and $350 for half time option. Camp registrations are per week so you can register your child for as little as one week.
ART CAMP WEEKS available in Wynwood
Week 1: June 13 to 17
Week 2: June 20 to 24
Week 3 June 27 to July 1st
ART CAMP WEEKS available in Palmetto Bay
Week 4: July 25th to 29th
Week 5: August 1st to 5th
Kindly find the art summer camp registration & payment links per week on our website: https://artclassesmiami.com/summer-camp-and-parties" target="_blank">www.artclassesmiami.com/summer-camp-and-parties
Feel free to email or call to set up a visit to our camp locations. It will be our pleasure to show you around. Our instructors are bilingual and will be able to guide you in either Spanish or English
Palmetto bay studio address: 14115 S. Dixie Hwy Suite #C. Miami FL 33176
Wynwood studio address: 151 NW 36 St. Miami FL 33127
Contact Ph. 1-786-406-9915 / Website: www.artclassesmiami.com / Email: [email protected]
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|Posted on 4 May, 2022 at 7:50|
NFT art world in Miami is booming
The month of April 2022 was recently declared the Miami Tech Month by the major of the city Mr. Francis Suarez. It was interesting to see how Miami became an attraction for many people from all over the world who are interested in crypto currency.
We were lucky to have a Miami NFT week convention that brought knowledgeable people from all over the world to give speeches about NFTs, digital art, NFT projects and investments in art. Will this NFT week become an annual event like Miami Art Week? Like most of the international visitors were saying lately, Miami croud is totally open to having any cryptocurrency conversation without freaking out.
The crypto art or NFTs is slowly becoming an important asset, not only for artists but also for cryptocurrency investors. The idea of globalization is fascinating because before the art sales were only specific to local costumers and maybe some online buyers. One of the most valuable things that we learned from these intensive weeks in April is that "art" will remain important even in these technologic times.
The conventional art will still be appreciated but the Nfts will be an interesting acquisition for the new generation. Also, the new era of crypto art comes with a community integration when a bunch of NFT projects will benefit the community. Looking forward to have an exciting Miami Art week and Art Basel season 2022 with energizing Crypto artworks.
Image below is the Art Basel expo venue last December 2021 at the Miami Beach Convention Center
|Posted on 27 August, 2021 at 8:50|
Last August 13th the gallery Miart Space located at 151 NW 36 Street in Miami opened its door with a fabulous Zen art exhibition by artist Juan Carlos Gonzalez.
The exhibition will be open until September 4th 2021 with a fine selection of mixed media and pointillism original pieces with a Zen theme. The gallery is located in the north part of Wynwood, just a few blocks away from the luxurious Design District in Miami.
Juan Carlos Gonzalez is a Spanish /Venezuelan artist born in 1967. Mr Gonzalez lived in Hong Kong where he got a deep inspiration in the Zen art. He elaborates zen art pieces that interact with the soul using a unique pointillism technique. The artist just exhibited a few weeks ago in Brussels, Europe at a fantastic collective show at Luna Rosa Art Gallery.
To arrange a private visit to the exhibition or to learn more about the artist please email the gallery at [email protected] For more details check out @miartspace
|Posted on 1 November, 2020 at 18:42|
1000 Kites during Miami Art Week 2020
We normally think of kites as playful objects for our entertainment, consider alternative uses that could elevate our consciousness, raise awareness and shift perceptions. As a collective action 1000 Kites aims to provide an opportunity to spark dialogue and gain perspective on the intersecting crises affecting humanity and reflect on past, present, and future.
1000 Kites seeks artists to submit a kite as an art object to participate in an outdoor activation taking place in Miami Beach, December 3-6, 2020. Artists are invited to make their own kites and encouraged to experiment and play with the boundaries and significance of this unique object as an art form.
We are currently holding an Open Call for submissions to join the catalog.
Founded by Paola Lopez & Pia Cruzalegui, the first activation of 1000 kites will take place during the days of Miami Art week 2020. Further details on the project are forthcoming as we continue to develop our vision. Stay tuned! For more info, visit and connect with us on Instagram @1000_Kites
In the left image curator / artist and founder Pia Cruzalegui
|Posted on 10 August, 2020 at 18:32|
During the pandemic of 2020 ART still flows in the Sunshine City. After the slow business opening due the pandemic, the art world comes back to life during summer with fantastic contemporary exhibitions.
The gallery Miart Space in Miami will hold this month of August 2020 a contemporary collective exhibition open to the public.
The exhibition will follow all CDC recommendations of limited occupancy, face covering and distancing from August 7th to 29th 2020.
The artists in this collective show are as it follows: Pablo Azar from Mexico, Marianella Antonetti and Patricia Reagan from Venezuela, William Villanueva from US and Eric Wuersten from Switzerland.
This gallery space was established in the Wynwood art district since 2013 and is located at 151 NW 36 Street, Miami FL 33127.
The venue is a couple of blocks south from the well-known Design District in Miami and offers easy access from I-95.
For more information please visit their website www.miartspace.weebly.com
|Posted on 19 June, 2020 at 7:48|
Biennale Wynwood exhibition will take place with its first edition from June 25th to 28th 2020.
This is a cultural event for the city of Miami that will represent established active artists with relevant national and international backgrounds to represent the cultural diversity in Miami. .
Miami enjoys a vibrant culture that is influenced by a diverse population from "all around the world". This is a juried art exhibition with recognition to the participating artists.
On Sunday June 28th a series of small conferences will take place from 1 pm to 4 pm. These conferences from professionals in the field will take place at 145 NW 36 Street, Miami FL 33127 .
The conferences are free of charge and open to the general public.
The speeches for this cultural session will be given by personalities like:
Investor Alex "China" Gracia
Curator Pia Cruzalegui
Politician Raquel Regalado
Architect Justo Vera Ayestaran
Educator Luis Valenzuela
Entrepreneur Domingo De Lucia
For more information please refer to the Biennale Wynwood website or email [email protected]
|Posted on 11 March, 2020 at 18:47|
The Biennale Wynwood exhibition will take place right after this Spring 2020 from June 25th to 28th in response to the need of cultural enrichment in Miami, and to frame the history of the neighborhood and communities' unique experiences. Miami enjoys a vibrant culture that is influenced by a diverse population from "all around the world".
A talented group of established active artists with relevant national and international backgrounds will showcase their impressive art displays in the main art district of Miami named Wynwood. This is a curated art exhibition with recognition to the participating artists.
This cultural event will represent the diversity in Miami with various countries at Biennale Wynwood. Twenty-five 25 countries will be represented at Biennale Wynwood with artist’ paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography and art installations.
BIENNALE WYNWOOD CALENDAR:
Thursday June 25th 2020 - VIP Opening night preview
Friday June 26th 2020 - Grand opening & Diplomatic gala
Saturday June 27th 2020 - Architects, Designers Encounter
Sunday June 28th 2020 - Artists and personalities talks
VENUE: 145 NW 36 Street, Miami FL 33127 – Wynwood Art District
2020 FIRST EDITION - ARTISTS BIENNALE WYNWOOD
1. Argentina Eva Castell
2. Brasil William Villanueva
3. Cuba Gustavo Fernandez y Rafael Consuegra
4. Chile Karen Schulze
5. China Hongmin Ji
6. Colombia Miguel Aya y Jairo Romero
7. Costa Rica Andres Celis
8. Ecuador Fernando Toledo
9. Egypt Chirino-Said
10. Francia Benedicte Blanc-Fontenille
11. Germany Angelika Kade
12. Haiti Jude Papaloko
13. Holland Reinaldo Torres
14. Hungary Alejandro Szilagyi
15. Israel Dora Gabay
16. Italia Filomena Petrucci y Daniela Bertolini
17. Mexico Pablo Azar
18. Panama MaiYap & Brian Vergara & Eliezer Martinez
19. Peru Gabriel Juarez
20. South Korea Sophia Kwak & Erion Cha & Choo Kyung
21. Spain Villarroel Sierraalta & Pamy Bendayan
22. Switzerland Eric Wuersten
23. Uruguay Veronika Beyhaut
24. USA John Angee & PJ Mills
25. Venezuela Carlos Tirado & Edo
URBAN ARTISTS : Diego Cardenas, Max Gutierrez & Israel Rincon
BIENNALE, Italian for "biennial" or "every other year", is an art event that happens every two years. The word biennale is most used within the art world to describe large-scale international contemporary fine art exhibition.
WYNWOOD is Known for its many colorful murals, art centers and galleries, Wynwood is one of the city’s most happening districts. Wynwood Art District is an outdoor museum showcasing large-scale works by some of the world’s best-known street artists.
For more information or to request a VIP invitation please email [email protected]
|Posted on 11 December, 2019 at 21:41|
Every year on the first week of December, the city of Miami attracts thousand of art collectors and rt lovers from all over the world for MIAMI ART WEEK. The juried exhibition Historical Wynwood took place last December 6th, 7th & 8th 2019 as a cultural enrichment for the community of Miami.
The exhibition showcased eleven talented artists that worked in the frame of Wynwood theme to present an excellent display. The selected juror of this cultural event was Mr Alfredo Mele from Indsign, who awarded with special mentions one artist for each category.
This photography & urban art juried exhibit was held at Art Center Wynwood located on 36St. The exhibition took place during the basel weekend and had an excellent turn out. Historical Wynwood emphasized the history of Wynwood and served as a promotional event for the upcoming biennale that will take place next Spring 2020.
The urban art special mention was given by the juror Mr Alfredo Mele to the artist William Villanueva from Brazil and the Photography special mention was given to the Peruvian photographer Rolando del Campo.
For more information on the upcoming biennale please visit www.biennalewynwood.com
|Posted on 11 December, 2019 at 21:08|
The exhibition Historical Wynwood took place last December 6th, 7th & 8th as a cultural enrichment for the community of Miami.
This photography & urban art exhibit took place at Art Center Wynwood located on 36St. The exhibition took place during the basel weekend and had an excellent turn out. The exhibition emphasized the history of Wynwood and served as a promotional event for the upcoming biennale that will take place next Spring 2020.
The editor Joicie Castillo from local magazine ESENCIAl had a special article covering this art show in its December edition. ESENCIAl magazine is a sponsor for Biennale Wynwood and supports cultural events.
|Posted on 2 June, 2019 at 22:03|
The Directed Art Modern is pleased to present L.U.C.A, a solo exhibition by Miami artist Khotan Fernandez.
L.U.C.A: Last Universal Common Ancestor, experiments with the use of different materials, including glass, resin, paper, tile, wax, ink, and cut-out drawing enhancing the idea that it is through the many differing components, when seen together mimics the start of being, and how the world today and the individual are comprised of many elements, which ultimately unites us all. The collection also involves a metamorphic vision between mediums, in which sculptural objects appear to be transforming, or evolving from something they were, or into something completely new, mesmerizing the viewer in the process. Speaking on his work for the exhibition, Fernandez states: “I chose the subject matter because of the of the freedom it allows,” the freedom to explore from the beginning to the Now.
Fernandez is a confident and often philosophical artist often delving into the metaphysical, here though, his approach is ontological as he explores being and the forces of life. To find the answers to his questions on existence, and the forces of life he looks beyond Western Society and draws from horizons of cultures of the Other and the sciences. This mystical ancestral being, the originator of our reality is on display from June 6th to June 26 that The DAM’s gallery in Little River.