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IMAGINE PUPPETS!


In partnership with Miramar Cultural Trust
Exhibition Dates:  November 17 – December 17, 2018

Explore unique hand-crafted puppets and puppet stages that have been collected, created, or performed by local South Florida puppeteers. The art of puppetry begins not with a puppet, but with a story. It is an ancient art that developed in many places simultaneously. Imagine Puppets will bring to life a treasured art form celebrated around the world.
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NIJA YETU

(SWAHILI MEANING “OUR PATH”)
Exhibition Dates:  January 3 – February 28, 2019, 2019

In celebration of Black History, guests are invited to take a visual journey exploring the lineal descent from ancestor, ancestry, or extraction.
Artist: Daniela Glunz

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REFLEXIONS ON WATER

Exhibition Dates:  March 1 – March 12, 2019

Join Maria Ana Davila as she showcases her body of work Reflexions on water; thoughts, meditations, ruminations, joy and love. The work is completely personal; a way for persons to looking deep inside, with their own contrasts, focused or unfocused, with pale or vivid memories, shadows, lights and sharp edges. It can be quiet or stormy water but there is always beauty.
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CARIBBEAN COLORFUL DIVERSITY

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH LATIN AMERICAN ART PAVILION
Exhibition Dates:  May 9 – June 30, 2019

Understanding the history of the Caribbean region goes a long way toward understanding its people. Each island has a distinctive cultural identity shaped by the European colonialists, the African heritage of slaves, and the enduring legacies of the native Indian tribes. This rich history, a unique blend of customs, cuisine, and traditions and its lasting influence is set against a setting of crystal clear waters and perpetual sunshine.
BEVERLY HILLS AND HAVANA, WATERCOLOR, ACRYLIC, INK, PEN, CRAYON AND COLOR PENCIL ON RECYCLED SKETCH

CULTURAL CONNECTION SHOWCASE

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH URBAN ART VISUAL ARTIST
Exhibition Dates:  July 11 – August 30, 2019

The students from the Cultural Connections program display their final artworks with a showcase in the gallery. Stop by to see what they’ve learned and applied in a mix of mediums from painting to spoken word.