On November 11, 2017, the museum welcomed hundreds of guests for PAMM Free Second Saturdays: Musical Identity.
Visitors unearthed the healing power of music with activities inspired by peace, including an instrument-making workshop and pop-up performances. In PAMM’s auditorium, Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchú Tum held a public art talk, presented in partnership with PeaceJam Southeast Miami. In the galleries, PAMM held another activation of “Miami Stories,” a sound booth in which Cuban exiles living in South Florida are invited to share their stories, as part of a special project made in collaboration with PAMM, HistoryMiami and WLRN. Photos by Pamela Gonzalez.
Photos by Pamela Gonzalez
PAMM Free Second Saturdays is presented by Publix Supermarket Charities with additional support from the Miami Foundation and Northwestern Mutual – The South Florida Group. PAMM Free Second Saturdays is also been made possible by endowed funds granted by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and Heckscher Foundation for Children to underwrite the museum’s broad portfolio of education programs. Together with leadership support from Miami-Dade County, these funders enable the museum to transform the lives of young people in our community through our art education programs.