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      #FORTHECULTURE ART POP-UP: MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND in Miami Beach


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      June 16, 2019

      Sunday  12:00 PM (on various days)

      1331 Washington Avenue
      Miami Beach, Florida

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      #FORTHECULTURE ART POP-UP: MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

      MUCE #FORTHECULTURE ART EXHIBITION PREMIERS AT THE REFRAME FESTIVAL: URBAN BEACH WEEKEND Wednesday, May 22nd – May 27th 201 | 12PM -11PM  | 1331 Washington Blvd, Miami Beach Sponsored by GMCVB’s Art of Black Miami, City of Miami Beach, REFRAME festival   #ForTheCulture Art exhibition curated by Bart Mervil, MUCE May 22nd – 27th : Gallery Viewing | 12pm – 11pm May 24:Opening Art reception | 6pm - 11pm  Featured Artist: Mckinson Souverain, Isaie Zeek Mathias, Anthony Lumpkin, Nate Dee, Alfrena Moosa, Brenda Presil, Joe Wesley, Robert McKnight, Rodney Jackson, Katey penner, Claudia Apaid, MOAL Negro National Anthem sang by: Ja’Nia Harden, lead vocalist the Harden Project   Other cultural offerings: MUCE Paint Sessions with Miami’s Finest Local Artist Author Talks curated by Electric Book Lovers Documentary screenings by local film makers FULL SCHEDULE RELEASE MAY 20TH 2019 The Miami Urban Contemporary Experience (MUCE) joins the artistic line-up of the Reframe Festival as a part of the memorial day festivities during Urban Beach Weekend. MUCE will transform a Washington Blvd storefront with its iconic pop up exhibition #ForTheCulture. Located just walking distance from Wolfsonian-FIU and Museum erotica, MUCE brings 12 of South Florida’s most vibrant visual artists to Miami beach to celebrate the African Diaspora. The exhibition opens at the REFRAME festival on May 22nd and runs through the month of June and the American Black Film Festival. #ForTheCulture official opening reception happens Friday, May 24th from 6pm – 11pm at 1331 Washington Ave, Miami Beach. Free with RSVP. After Reframe, there’s more. Throughout the month of June and American Black Film Festival, visitors can continue to enjoy the exhibition an array of cultural activities hosted by MUCE and partnering organizations.

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