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Hurricane Irma Arts Event Cancellations and Venue Closings

Hurricane Irma Arts Event Cancellations and Venue Closings
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As Hurricane Irma inches closer to South Florida, the entire region is at risk — and that includes its cultural venues and events planned for the coming days. Many venues and event planners will follow the lead of Miami-Dade County when it comes to staying open. Here's what we know so far.

Wednesday, September 6

Boca Raton Museum: Closed at 3 p.m. through Sunday, September 10.

Dimensions Variable: Gallery closed and all events canceled until a date to be announced.

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami: Closed at 3 p.m. until further notice. Museum events planned for the Design District's Family Day on Saturday have been canceled.

Locust Projects. Closed until further notice.

O Cinema: Confirmed closing Wednesday to Sunday; may remain closed depending on the storm's impact. Pre-purchased tickets to canceled screenings will be automatically refunded.

Vizcaya: Closed until a date to be announced.

Wolfsonian: Closed until a date to be announced.

Thursday, September 7

American Indian Day Opening Ceremony at the Miccosukee Golf & Country Club: Canceled.

Art and Culture Center,  Hollywood: Closed until further notice. The opening receptions for "Dual Frequency" and "Easel on Fire" have been postponed.

Frost Science Museum: Closed until further notice.

GableStage: Closed at 2 p.m. until further notice. The first performance of The Humans will take place October 6.

HistoryMiami: Closed Thursday through Sunday. All planned tours and events during those days have been canceled.

Miami Children's Museum: Closed until further notice.

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami: Closed through Friday, September 8.

Perez Art Museum Miami: Closed through Sunday, September 10. PAMM Tech Week will be rescheduled at a later date.

"R.M. Fischer: Lampworks" at Nina Johnson gallery: Postponed.

YoungArts: Closed indefinitely, depending on Irma's impact.

Friday, September 8

DWNTWN Art Days: The event, originally scheduled to run through September 10, will be rescheduled.

It Happened One Night at Broward Center: Postponed to September 22 and 23. Previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new show dates. Ticket exchanges and refunds will be offered to ticket holders in-person at the Broward Center’s AutoNation Box Office.

"The Open House" at Bakehouse Art Complex: Postponed.

Pre-Carnival at South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center: Postponed.

Saturday, September 9

ArtsLaunch at Arsht Center: Canceled. Ticket sales for the upcoming season will be opened at a future date to be announced.

Basketball, Brunch, and Hot Topics at Overtown Youth Center: Postponed.

Design District Family Day: Canceled.

Festival of the Arts at Bailey Hall, Broward College: Canceled.

"ImaginationLand" at YoungArts: Rescheduled for September 19.

Pure Life Festival at Smart Bites to Go: Canceled.

"Reima Nevalainen: Paintings" opening reception at Diana Lowenstein: Postponed to a date to be determined.

Tigertail's Tribute to Mary Luft at Salt Waterfront Restaurant: Canceled.

Wynwood Dome: Art Walk Edition at Mana Wynwood: Postponed.

Sunday, September 10

Average Joe Sunday Market, Back to School at Yo Space Gallery: Canceled.

Sunday Sessions Roller Skating Rink at Faena Forum: Postponed to Sunday, October 8.

Has your venue or event changed due to the storm? Let us know at arts@miaminewtimes.com.

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