• Melissa Honeyrrose

A HUGE THANK YOU for your magic at Dispersed!!!

An experience like no other. Mermaids, fairies, the Orishas, & ancestors all gathered 'round at the MUCE Campus in celebration of the annual, Miami Art Week.


Thursday, Dec. 3rd

MUCE Arts & Culture Festival presents; Dispersed

During the opening reception, Thursday, Dec 3rd, guest were able to dive into a mythological journey back to the center of the universe where Black Gods and mermaids await the return of the chosen. An artistic reverence to the lost souls at sea and the strange fruit of poplar trees; this exhibit is an astounding celebration of Black Excellence & resilience. Featured Visual Artists includes Claudia Apaid, Nate Dee, Annick Duvivier, & Sona. Watch part 1 & part 2 of the artist talk to hear the inspiration behind their work.


This exhibit is made possible by the Knights Art Challenge, MUCE Educates, & the GMCVB Art of Black Miami.


Enjoy this photo gallery of our opening night*.

*Courtesy of Dafeterns International


Sunday, Dec. 6th

The MUCE Open-Air Market; Special Edition

During the hours of 12p - 8p, guest were able to experience DJ Mack spinning on the 1s & 2s, kids arts & crafts activity, a live workshop demonstration with KP Takeova, local food & crafty vendors, a fire show w/ Nikki (Click here to see her live!) & a live jam session with so many of our talented locals.


Please enjoy a photo gallery of our MUCE Open-Air Market; Special Edition.

Click here to see a live video of the market!


Join MUCE Open-Air Market

Sunday, Dec. 27th | 12p - 8p

MUCE Campus | 246 NW 54TH ST in Miami | RSVP Here


For more information, vending or media inquiries call (786) 361 - 7171 or email market@muce305.org

Click here for Workshop | Vendor | Talent | Volunteer Applications. Social Distance + mask required to attend/participate in this event.

"The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members." – Coretta Scott King

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