Locust Projects

3852 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33127
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Wynwood owes its art mecca status in large part to Locust Projects. The artist-run nonprofit has become the largest experimental contemporary arts organization in the Southeast. Since their inception, they've presented work from nearly 250 local, national, and international names and more than 125 exhibits. Big numbers. They're all about offering an inviting atmosphere to emerging artists - no snooty gallery attitude involved. If you're into art and you're in Miami - this is one place not to miss.

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