Free Events This Week in Miami: Furious 7, Right to Wynwood, and Techie Mania

This week means the end of all the costumed revelry that is October. The one silver lining is you get to cut down on dress up costs and put that money back to its usual use at the bar or buying meme shirts or whatever you do with your cash (no judgment). Once your post-Halloween hangovers lift, there's a whole week of free fun just waiting to cheer you — from movies to art, and even new technology. 


  • Kenneth Treister at Temple Israel: The artist and architect will discuss his latest book, The Fusion of Art & Architecture: The Judaic Work of Kenneth Treister, which takes a rare look of six projects.
  • FP Talks: Jocks in Jocks at Books & Books Bal Harbour Fashion historian, curator, and writer Shaun Cole will explore the marketing and advertising of men’s underwear over the past 100 years, and particularly how well-known sports stars, athletes, and the athletic male body have been used for promotion.


  • Doc Talk at Center for Social Change: The social group will screen and discuss Right to Wynwood, which explores the causes and effects of gentrification in Wynwood. 
  • Oren Baruch Stier at Books & Books: Associate professor of religious studies at FIU, Stier's book Holocaust Icons: Symbolizing the Shoah in History and Memory examines the symbolic power of familiar images from the Holocaust, from railway cars to camp entrance signs.
  • Donation Day at Lowe Art Museum: Browse the museum's current exhibitions for free, including the latest "The Portrait Transformed: Drawings & Oil Sketches from Jacques-Louis David to Lucian Freud."


  • Furious 7 at Soundscape: The whole Fast and Furious gang returns in the most recent addition to the action franchise. 
  • Sip and Shop at Batch Gastropub: Drink and browse popular local pop-up shops, from Lovestrung and LUNA Miami to Cecilia Gonzales.


  • Mark Bradford at de la Cruz Collection: The Los Angeles-based artist will discuss the process behind his abstract work. 
  • Eduardo del Valle at MDC-MOAD: This director's preview and artist talk goes behind MDC's latest exhibition, "Childhood Memories from the Other Side of the Water," a visual autobiography depicting childhood experiences and recollections of Cuba by artist Eduardo del Valle.
  • Oliver Hal Pop Up Shop at Wynwood: Join sisters and artists Lola Sánchez and Ana Sánchez Gal for a cocktail and the grand opening and mural unveiling at their new pop-up gallery location.


  • The Art of Transformation at The ARC: This special series of events in Opa-locka kicks off with the opening reception of "Through The Eyes of Others," an exhibition curated by Tumelo Mosaka aiming to provide a critical platform for re-imaging the past, present and future possibilities of blackness as something more complex than race. 
  • TigerDirect Tech Bash 2015 at Marlins Park: The fourth annual gathering brings an evening of gaming, music, entertainment, and interactive activations from more than 120 of the biggest names in technology.

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