Artopia on the Cheaptopia! Get Half Off Tickets Until Sunday

There's nothing quite as titillating as indulging your base instincts in the name of art. When high brow and low brow mix deliciously nobody knows exactly where the night will end. We believe in the notion some much that we've even devoted a special party to the concept and this February marks its third anniversary. We like to call it Artopia.

And if there's one thing that can top a party with art, live music, fashion, film, special performances, and even food and drink, this year held at the aptly named  Moore Building in Midtown on February 10, it's tickets to all that on the cheap. So for the next four days (until Sunday) you can get half off tickets -- $10 instead of $20 -- to the bacchanalia fest by clicking here . Make the jump for more details.

The New Times is partnering with Miami International Film Festival to

present this year's Artopia extravaganza. The line up of confirmed

participants -we mean besides the throngs of movers and shakers in

Miami's cultural world -include the artist Lebo, music by Chico Mann and fashion by Luis Valenzuela. That's just a taste.

And if you

think you have what it takes to be in the elite of the Cultterati in

this town you might want to sign up for the Mastermind Awards. At

Artopia there will be a special presentation of the 2nd annual

Mastermind Awards Ceremony where New Times will award $4,500 in grants

to progressive individuals or small organizations that have made an

impact in the local art community.


goes down Thursday, February 10, 2011 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at The

Moore Building in Midtown (4040 NE Second Avenue). Tickets cost $20 (unless

you get them before Sunday for $10). The party is for those 21 and


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