Updated: Dec 5, 2020
Happening at the 5th Annual MUCE ARTS & CULTURE FESTIVAL
presented by MUCE during Miami Art Week, in collaboration with MUCE EDUCATES with support from the GMCVB Art of Black Miami
This is an invitation for you to join us in celebration of Miami Art Week at the MUCE Campus for the
MUCE Open-Air Market.
Sunday, December 6th
12p - 8p
Live Music | Art Exhibit | Craft Vendors & MORE!
Art Exhibit | 12p - 8p
Curated by Bart Mervil, MUCE
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: Claudia Apaid, Nate Dee, Annick Duvivier, and Sona
Artist Talk Q & A , Part 2 | 2P - 3P
Shop Local with our local vendors | 12p - 8p
Branded By Belle
Bongo Blues Boutique
Zen Box LLC
Fine Fine Lemon Lime
Ma'at Nail Polish
Gifted By Nature
Live Painting w/ Edwive Seme | 3P - 5P
KPTAKEOVA UPCYCLE Workshop: Spray Paint Edition | 4PM - 5PM
What is Upcycling? Explaining a type of DIY project that can be done in the comfort of your home. Specifically spray paint. What is sustainable fashion and why we should educate ourselves about it. The importance of recycling and reusing.
Participants are encouraged to bring an article of clothing to be transformed into a new 1of1 garment. We will be actively designing our items, so don't be afraid to get your hands dirty,
Fire Spinning Show performed by Nikki | 7pm
PLUG IN & PLAY WITH OUR LOCAL JAM SESSION | 6P - 8P
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For more information, vending or media inquiries call (786) 361 - 7171 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
---Would you like to participate in our Community Plant Swap?---
"The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members." – Coretta Scott King