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Culture Guide by Prism – Jan 1st – 15th

Check out the latest Culture Guide for the new year! Log on to the Prism Blog here. Enjoy! Culture Guide: January 1st – 15th 2019 Saying goodbye to 2018 was pretty bittersweet but we’re hoping for even more culture and amazing things to do in our city this year. Why not make the pact to go […]

The Arsht Center 2019 NYE

End of Year Events in Miami – Culture Guide by Prism

As 2019 approaches, there are lots of great activities and events to get into with the family and loved ones. Check out the full list on Prism Creative Group’s blog. Also another great read is their blog for “9 Alternative things to do over the Holidays”. See below for the haps in Miami during the […]

III Points Music Festival 2019

III Points Reveals Lineup

III POINTS REVEALS DAILY LINEUP FRIDAY WITH TYLER, THE CREATOR, BEACH HOUSE, THE INTERNET SATURDAY WITH SZA, JAMES BLAKE, HERBIE HANCOCK SUNDAY WITH A$AP ROCKY, ERYKAH BADU, BLOOD ORANGE AND MORE SET FOR FEBRUARY 15-17, 2019 IN MIAMI SINGLE DAY & WEEKEND PASSES  ON SALE NOW AT IIIPOINTS.COM MIAMI, FL—December 18, 2018—III Points, which is returning […]

Art Basel 2018 Photo by Malikoff

Art Basel in Miami

The 17th edition of Art Basel in Miami took place the first week of December of this year. For those of you who ignore what this globally famous event is, here’s the scope: Art Basel is a for-profit –privately organized and managed- international art fair held in Basel, Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Miami Beach. The event is a one-of-a-kind platform for artists and galleries to show and sell their work; being so incredibly famous it attracts hoards of international spectators and yes! celebrities.

More than 4,000 artists and over 200 of the most important galleries around the world displayed their work. We are talking about the very best in paintings, photography, sculptures, digital art etc.

Among the highlights of the 2018 edition is the outstanding work by feminist pioneers Ellen Cantor and Judy Chicago, the amazing performative installation at the Grand Ballroom by choreographer Barbara Foulkes and Abraham Cruz and some exhilarating discussions included in the Conversations program by Mari Spirito.

The work of Simon Leigh was unanimously praised. Her sculptures, which explore the subjective concerns of black women through the medium of ceramics started back in the early 1990s and now have set her in the center of the art world’s radar. Another one of the favorites was Zina Saro-Wiwa which utilized her radical video series to analyze subjects such as racism through the lens of food.

Worldwide known celebrities were lured to the fair to party, perform and enjoy the art. Cuba Gooding Jr. was spotted taking selfies, Alicia Keys and Serena Williams were the stars at the No Commission Event held by Bacardi and Bono attended one of the silent auctions. Of course, Young Thug attended the exhibit named: “Young Thug as Paintings”. The entire week was about deep matters, lots of fun and of course, art. Next year’s edition is scheduled for December 5-8 of 2019, if you missed it this year, you can’t say we didn’t give you a heads up! Cheers!

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O.Malikoff Photos at South Pointe Park

South Pointe Park in Miami

This was a collaboration with our photographer O.Malikoff and Miami Vibes Magazine. There is no going southernmost than visiting South Pointe Park at South Beach. Located at Miami Beach, South Pointe Park has access to the beach, but that’s just for starters; the park has tons of perks and activities to enjoy. But first, a […]

Photo by @DepotMSA

Culture Guide by Prism: October 16th – 31st

From the Prism Newsletter and Culture Crusaders Blog: And we thought the first half of October in Miami was killer, the second half is an absolute monster. Halloween not included. The rest of the month is filled to the absolute brim like never before. Whether it’s a Backyard Bash Celebration or a ramp up to the eventual holidays, it’s packed […]

Miami photo by @DepotMSA on Instagram

Culture Guide by Prism – October 1st – 15th

Happy October! Check out these awesome events From The Prism Newsletter: We might still be experiencing pretty summer-like weather, but it’s time to get hyped about fall. The new season brings about a vibrant uptick in Miami’s events and fun things to do, just the way we like it. From Oktoberfest Celebrations in Coral Gables and Redbull’s Underground Queer […]

3rd Annual International Music and Food Festival

The City of Miami Gardens conducts their 3rd Annual International Music and Food Festival with live performance by Amara La Negra and many more! Read more about 3rd Annual International Music and Food Festival

Are you ready to walk for Cannabis ?

   Walk with us 5k to spread awareness on the incredible benefits of Cannabis for medical purposes. No worrying about the race clock or anything. This is you, fighting for your right to take advantage of this medical marvel Nature gave us. http://www.miamicannabiswalk.com/ Read more about Are you ready to walk for Cannabis ?

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