Every third Thursday of the month, Miami Beach hosts its “Culture Crawl.”
The event, from 6 to 9 p.m., aims to get residents and visitors alike exploring and becoming acquainted with Miami Beach and its cultural offerings. Many arts organizations offer free admission as part of the event — opening their doors for special programming, open studios and galleries, outdoor films, live music, exclusive tours, night gardens and more.
Free trolley service, with opera singers and professional tour guides aboard, transport and entertain attendees to and from each of the destinations throughout the evening, except during the summer.
Events take place on South Beach, as well as Mid and North Beach locations.
The Oct. 19, 2023 schedule is as follows:
Multiple locations throughout Miami Beach | www.artoutsidemb.org
Self – Guided Tours
With works ranging from monumental sculpture, neon, to sound and video, and participatory artworks, Art Outside is a public art exhibition initiated by The Bass that offers residents and visitors the opportunity to see and experience a network of public artworks throughout Miami Beach.
2100 Collins Avenue | www.thebass.org
Trolley Stop: Collins Ave & 21 St
Enjoy free museum admission from 6 – 9 p.m., featuring MyFi Studio with Special performance at 6:15 & 8:15 p.m.
Experience a live multimedia performance of electro-synth music and analog glitch video art by MyFi Studio. Miami-based MyFi Studio presents a site-specific performance with improvisational work featuring field notes, audio samples, and footage from their recent visit to Japan. RSVP required and first-come-first-served limited seating. Members receive a complimentary wine courtesy of Dry Farm Wines.
1933 Meridian Avenue | www.holocaustmemorialmiamibeach.org
Trolley Stop: Meridian Ave & 19 St
Visit for a guided tour and to watch the Holocaust Memorial’s award-winning film that uses music, poetry, and storytelling to describe the Holocaust and the experiences of survivors.
Art O Works
1500 Bay Road | www.artoworks.com
IN THE CREATIVE LIGHT
Join Art O Works for WHAT ARE THE SPIRITS THAT MOVE US?
Presenting the works by Vanessa Savas, Troy Khasiev, Yuri Syuganov, Ekaterina Kutikova and Alexander Lefler.
Exhibit Open through Nov, 23, 2023
Lincoln Road Business Improvement District
Lincoln Road | www.lincolnrd.com
Trolley Stop: Washington Ave & 17 StNew World Symphony Fellow’s Live on Lincoln Road
Euclid Oval & Lincoln Road
Performance from 6-8 p.m.
Pop-up performance by The New World Symphony Fellows who will play both classical and popular music, and it promises to be a performance not to be missed.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden Self-guided Tour on Lincoln Road
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden has reimagined the landscape of Lincoln Road as a botanic garden, providing public, smartphone-accessible interpretation of the plants. Over 120 QR-coded signs are installed on trees, palms, and orchids (which number 1,250), connecting visitors to plant-specific information and media. The information can be accessed as a self-guided tour or as on-demand information about individual plants. It includes English and Spanish text, photos, and video. The tour focuses on the most notable elements of the historic Lincoln Road landscape, providing the name, origin, and significance of each plant. The most conspicuous and important plants are linked to descriptive videos created by Fairchild scientists. The interpretation allows Lincoln Road to function as a curated botanic garden. Enjoy.
690 Lincoln Road -3rd Floor Lincoln Center | www.peekaboostudios.org
5 PM to 9 PM
Peekaboo Studios is a hidden creative space composed of several artists’ studios on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. The idea emerged in 2020 when much office space on Lincoln road was left empty. Real estate developer Melvyn Schlesser and Lincoln Pop-Artist Jayda Knight thought of creating an art space comprised of 12 artist Studios.
The Lincoln Road BID presents Sneaker Impact Sculpture Installation
100 Lincoln Road
DeRubeis Fine Art of Miami
631 Lincoln Road
Kfir Moyal Gallery
933 Lincoln Road
737 Lincoln Road
For additional information on events and discounts, visit mbartsandculture.org.