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Christina Mesiti Transforms Envelopes Into Art in "Port," On View at Locust Projects
14 days ago by Neil Vazquez
Unlike most of its competition, Locust Projects was a trendsetter on the Miami art scene. In the late 90s, the art collective got the jump on the incredibly cheap rents available in Downtown adjacent neighborhoods. Almost twenty yea...
Free Events This Week in Miami: Dexter Morgan, J Alvarez, and Pee-Wee Herman
18 days ago by Shelly Davidov
Miami ain't all palm trees and fun in the sun. As frequent news articles and analysis show, most people can barely afford to call the 305 home. The rent is too high, incomes are too low, and our desire for entertainment continues to...
Free Events This Week in Miami: Totally '80s, Hairspray, and International Picnic Day
2 months ago by Shelly Davidov
Fun fact: International Picnic Day and Ramadan both fall on Thursday, June 18. That is some cruel coincidental shit. Perhaps those diving into the holy month of discipline could celebrate a day early and feast on the beach? The rest...
Locust Projects To Close Feuer and Gómez Exhibit This Saturday
2 months ago by Neil Vazquez
One of Wynwood's oldest galleries is closing two of its show-stopping exhibits this weekend. When Locust Projects opened its doors, it was the first artistic outpost in a neighborhood mostly marked by warehouses, junkyards, and tire...