Things To Do

Free Events This Week in Miami: International Noise Conference, Selma, and Shakespeare

Welcome to February. This short month is jam-packed with events, but we'll take it one week at a time. From celebrating Black History Month to gearing up for Valentine's Day, Miami provides no shortage of ways to make the most of the next 29 days — and we'll help you do it all free of charge. 



  • Selma at SoundScape: Catch Ava DuVernay's story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., starring David Oyelowo, Carmen Ejogo, Oprah Winfrey, and Tom Wilkinson. 
  • Much Ado About Nothing at the Frost Art Museum: Celebrate the Frost's new Shakespeare-centered exhibition with the film adaptation of the Bard's comedy, shown on the museum lawn.
  • Tech Beach Networker at Radio Bar: Talk shop with local techies over cocktails. 
  • Neighborhood Jam at Yeelen Gallery: Join locals in the art community and beyond for a conversation and ideation session about the future of Little Haiti and Little River.

  • Nicole Eisenman at Palm Court: ICA Miami welcomes artist and recent MacArthur Genius Fellowship recipient Nicole Eisenman, who is known for her paintings, drawings, and mixed-media works of cartoonish figures that evoke lifelike pathos.
  • Giralda Under the Stars on Giralda Avenue: Take a stroll through Coral Gables' outdoor activities, featuring a mime, a caricaturist, live music by guitarist Mario Vuksanovic, and romantic movies under the stars. 
  • Iva Gueorguieva at Fredric Snitzer Gallery: Join the opening reception of the gallery's latest exhibition, which features new paintings and sculptures by acclaimed artist Iva Gueorguieva.
  • Natalie Moore at Books & Books: Moore welcomes all those seeking romance to the official Miami book launch of It's a Match! The Guide to Finding Lasting Love, which teaches readers how to succeed in today's modern dating world.

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