Wynwood is a cacophony of color, art galleries, sidewalk cafes, tourist buses rolling through. The area north of Downtown Miami just a few years ago was a blighted, crime ridden poverty pit, but it is evolving as a must-see location for visitors in Miami.
In this edition of “Women To Watch,” Trend Tracker® Tara Gilani shines the spotlight on a happily married, busy working mom of three sons who in her spare time, runs a company dedicated to reinvigorating neighborhoods across the country.
Enjoy one of the best aspects of the South Florida culture – its thriving community of artists. See and engage with art and artists at these five art walks.
Since 2009 Wynwood Walls has been called The Museum of the Streets.
The artsy hot spot of Wynwood just North of Downtown Miami is so popular. It’s growing so fast and quickly the power grid can’t keep up!
Head to the Wynwood area over the weekend and you’ll find art is everywhere.One of the newest and most eye catching pieces of street art is at the corner of 22nd Street and NW 2nd Avenue.
It was a day of fun for Fifth graders from Miami Country Day School who took a field trip to the Wynwood Walls Wednesday for a lesson on art – street art specifically.
Art is a realm that goes way beyond just a paint brush and canvas—and “Art Basel” which has come to represent all the art fairs, events, parties, museum-openings of the week, also made way to honor an urban visionary and even the art of yoga.
The dreaded family photo has plagued children of the 70s and 80s for decades. Undo the damage by taking a tasteful and artistic family photo that will look good and be remembered in any generation.
Big things are coming to Wynwood! We preview the upcoming Art Wynwood Fair over the President’s Day Holiday Weekend. Also, Wynwood Ways, is a new project designed to make Wynwood a more pedestrian-friendly cultural destination […]