The DuPont Building In Miami

DuPont Building In Miami
DuPont Building In Miami
The Historic Alfred DuPont Building in downtown Miami.
Miami Art Review with the Dade Heritage Trust, MDC, Miami DDA, downtown historic walk, March 14th
Old vault doors of the DuPont Bank. — at Alfred I Dupont Building Downtown Miami.
Art Review Miami 2013
photo by Ana Bikic ©2013 All Rights Reserved

Coconut Grove Art Festival 2011 Poster Unveiling Party, 01/14/2011

Jurying for the 2011 Coconut Grove Arts Festival
Jurying for the 2011 Coconut Grove Arts Festival

The 48 Annual Coconut Grove Art Festival 2011, Poster Unveiling Party, 01/14/2011, 5:00 pm to 8: OOpm.  At The

Sonesta Bayfront Hotel 2889,  MCFARLANE RD, 8Th Floor Coconut Grove, Fl 33133 Fl

RSVP:KATRINA@CGAF.COM or call PH: 305 447.04.01

Freedom Tower Miami exhibition Space In Downtown Miami.


MDC, Freedom Tower Miami exhibition Space In Downtown Miami.

Freedom Tower Miami Art Gallery Museum
Freedom Tower Miami Art Gallery Museum

Photography by Ana Bikic

The Freedom Tower Miami,  Art Gallery and  Museum, opens to the public, with relevant art shows, cultural events full of  educational, civic, historical,  quality arts and artists  from all over the world. A Museum As A Land Mark Cuban Memorial.

The MDC Arts Program  is called an  incubator for regional talent and experience for students and professors alike.

The permanent collection is part of the  education program. The  donation of artworks has expanded significantly, and the international exchange program is now operating, bringing exhibitions like Goya, Beyond Borders, Salvador Dali, with projects like Miami-Canary Islands, Miami-Berlin, East-West, the Miami Biennial, the Miami Photo-Fest projects,  the incorporation of the Freedom Tower as a museum-cultural center has placed the MDC and it’s stewardship of the Historic Landmark  Tower in a prominent national position to bring great interest. The combined effect of these efforts are already significant cultural references for further growth in our regional, state and international visual dialogues.

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