Thursday, March 01, 2007

Upcoming Art-tastic Lectures

Florida Design Legends Tribute | March 2, 2007
At the Lincoln Theatre on Lincoln Road, the Wolfsonian will honor five individuals and one corporation for their exceptional contributions to design and design education. Those honored have strong Florida connections, with local histories dating back more than a quarter century. Honorees are Florence Knoll Bassett, Michael Graves, Nasir and Nargis Kassamali (Luminaire), Dan Paul and Tupperware Brands Corporation. The Master of Ceremonies will be industrial designers Carl Gustav Magnusson. Date: Friday, March 2, 2007
Hours: 7 – 9pm
Location: Lincoln Theatre, 555 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Tickets: Free and open to the public
Additional information: 305.531.1001

Conversations with Miami, Part 2
| March 8, 2007
Last month, art insiders got together at Locust Projects for a talk on Miami’s art scene. It became so popular everyone decided to continue the dialogue. Engage in stimulating conversation tonight with Miami’s insiders. The evening will cover the topic of Public Institutions: Museums and art spaces and their role in today’s market. Questions like how they remain relevant and how art galleries and collections relate to public institutions will be addressed. Date: Thursday, March 8, 2007
Hours: 8pm
Location: The Moore Space, 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, 2nd floor, Miami Design District
Tickets: Public welcome, free
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Art Talk with Michael Danoff
| March 14, 2007
The Warehouse is hosting an evening of conversation on contemporary art with Michael Danoff. He is VP at Lehman Brothers and Director of the Art Program at Neuberger Berman and Lehman Brothers where he directs their international art collection and advisory services. Michael’s insight will surely make this evening memorable. Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Hours: 6:00pm collection opens for viewing; 7:00 lecture begins.
Location: The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, 591NW 27th Street, Wynwood Art District
Tickets: Free of charge but seating is limited. Reserve at 305.576.1051 or
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Anonymous said...

The Wolfie is such a cool-ass museum. Went there last year and was amazed by the variety.

sara said...

Yes, the Wolfsonian is 100% class. Makes me nostalgia for Rat Pack era Miami.