The second Saturday is here and it’s finally time for April’s Art Walk- the monthly night of open galleries, food trucks, artisans everywhere in Miami’s Wynwood / Art District. The festivities start around 6 pm – most galleries will close around 10 so be sure to get there early if you want to go inside, but people stay around a few hours after, hitting up food trucks that are still open, heading to local bars and just enjoying the scenery. Over the past year or so the Art Walks have become very popular and are usually packed, so think about that if you’ll be looking for a parking spot.
You just might run into us 2 Dope Bitches tonight ! So if you do, be sure o say hi !
Don’t know where to start? Here are a few dope ideas for the night :
The VINYL COLLECTIVE is made up of some of MIami’s favorite DJ’s who come together to BUY, TRADE, SELL & DJ some of Miami’s best wax. IamYourVillain will take over GALLERY WALK & make a POP UP RECORD STORE at the WORKSHOP COLLECTIVE. DJ set by Induce !
171 NW 23rd Street,
Oh Really?! would like to invite you to the first installment of The Art Walk Concert Series in Wywood. This concert series will happen every Art Walk and is set in the most amazing outdoor studio with live art installations by some of the most sought after local and national artists. Our main focus for this event is to introduce our community to new homegrown talent. This month’s show will include performance by Krisp and Visual art by Jason Boogie. To make it even more sweet, we are offering open bar all night.
OK, so free party with music, art and FREE DRANKS WITH NO TIME LIMIT?? Be there.
The Maps Backlot is located 200 ft off Art Walk right behind Panther Coffee at:
342 NW 2nd Ave
Miami, FL. 33129
This year’s Hukilau art show pays tribute to “Exotica” record cover art. Exotica is a musical genre, named after the 1957 Martin Denny album of the same title, popular during the 1950s to mid-1960s, typically with the suburban set who came of age during World War II. The musical colloquialism, exotica, means tropical ersatz: the non-native, pseudo experience of Oceania (Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Southeast Asia, and especially Hawaii). Denny described the musical style as “a combination of the South Pacific and the Orient…what a lot of people imagined the islands to be like…it’s pure fantasy though.”While the South Seas forms the core region, exotica reflects the “musical impressions” of every place from standard travel destinations to the mythical “shangri-las” dreamt of by armchair safari-ers.
Harold Golen Gallery
2294 NW 2nd Ave
Miami, Fl 33127
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