Free Events This Week: Stop the Presses, The Afterlife, Brotherly Love
After a weekend of intense Heat-related partying, we don't doubt that you're ready for a little break. All the free events around town this week -- some of which we have graciously highlighted for your convenience -- allow you to come down from that post-victory high with ease, provided you keep the drinking to a relative minimum.
From experimental music performances to political activism, the last week of June will not disappoint. Read on, friends, and enjoy.
- Brickell Art Walk: Check out the artists and collections of Brickell the last Tuesday of every month during Art Walk.
- Kicked to the Curb: Workers at General Motors in Colombia are being injured on the job, then unceremoniously dismissed. Sweat Records hosts a night to learn about the situation and how Americans can pressure companies in Bogota to resolve the issue.
- Roofless Records: The Museum of Contemporary Art presents performances by DJ Matt Preira, Dion Kerr Trio and Radio Test. The show is free with the price of museum admission ($5).
- The Afterlife: This new group show at Art Center South Florida, featuring the likes of Alex Heria and Franklin Sinanan, explores the afterworld in enticing and unusual ways.
- Fashion Bloggers Do it Better: Ricochet plays host to a night for the fashion friendly. Show up for the free goodies, stay for the awesome summer outfits available on the spot.
- Brotherly Love Productions: Celebrating their fifth anniversary, Brotherly Love put together this weekend fest starting Thursday with Aquaphonics at Funky Biscuit.
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