Perez Art Museum Built "Like Rock Of Gibraltar" For HurricanesThe new Perez Art Museum Miami has never had to deal with a hurricane but it'll be ready because it's built "like the Rock of Gibraltar."
Miami Art Museum Celebrates 1M Visitors Since 2013 OpeningThere is no denying that South Floridians know how to appreciate art and culture.
Top Art Exhibits Coming To South Florida In 2016From the famous Wynwood district to our many galleries and art schools, we have some of the most talented artists in the country proud to call South Florida their new home. Because of this, we aren’t like any other part of the World. We have many impromptu galleries, and we have many seasonal galleries. Our seasons are dictated by our climate – once again proving that we don’t follow the norm! And for this, many of our Spring exhibits have been on display since late February and March. Those receiving recognition for their art in South Florida – to be on display for a season – is an honor.
One-On-One With Perez Art Museum Miami's New DirectorCBS4's Rudabeh Shahbazi got perspective in an extended one-on-one interview from PAMM's new director.
Nightlife Movers & Shakers Talk 'Miami Renaissance'After 18 years of shooting parties and events around South Florida, Seth Browarnik, a celebrity photographer, isn't kidding about that.
Explore Museums For Less In The Month Of MayLooking to save some money without having to stay home? Give the television a break and take advantage, South Florida, for May is Museum Month.
Focus on South Florida: Philanthrofest Local nonprofit organizations are going to be showcased at an upcoming gathering in downtown Miami. "Philanthrofest" is the nation's largest community engagement festival. Its goal is to connect potential volunteers and donors to nonprofits. South Florida’s fourth annual "Philanthrofest” will transform Museum Park into a family-friendly event called "Carnival of Dreams". We focus on what’s being planned, what “Philanthrofest” hopes to accomplish and why what they do is important to all of us.
PAMM's Director Leaving For The Barnes Foundation In PhiladelphiaAfter five years of working as the director of the Perez Art Museum Miami, Thomas Collins will make a move to Philadelphia to serve as president and executive director of The Barnes Foundation.
Visit Local Museums For Less In The Month Of May May has begun and temperatures are already on the rise. Want to spend a fun, yet enlightening day indoors by yourself or with the family? How about taking advantage of Miami Museum Month—happening through the month of May.
Local Artist Pleads Not Guilty In Smashing Of $1-Million VaseThe attorney for a South Florida artist, who smashed a $1-million vase, asked for a trial by jury Tuesday after he entered a not guilty plea on behalf of his client.
Ai Weiwei Says US Artist Wrong To Smash His Vase Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, who helped make his name smashing a valuable vase in the name of art, said Wednesday that he was miffed about another artist destroying one of his vases in Miami.
Local Artist Destroys $1 Million Ai Weiwei Vase At Museum "In Protest" It's no secret that when visiting museums one must browse the art on display with care. A local artist visiting the Perez Art Museum Miami on Sunday however, abandoned caution as a form of protest—allegedly smashing a world-renowned Chinese artist’s vase into pieces.