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Pérez Art Museum Miami's new arts education program, Art Detectives, promotes critical and timely dialogue between community youth and police. Meet the incredible PAMM Teaching Artists tasked with the challenge of using art to change the perceptions of two groups, often at odds.
At Fourth Annual Reception for the PAMM Fund for African American Art, Knight Foundation President and CEO Alberto Ibargüen announced an incredible opportunity for the Fund and the community of Miami-Dade: Knight Foundation has pledged to match gifts to the Fund for African American Art in the amount of $200,000.
Last night at Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Fourth Annual Reception for the PAMM Fund for African American Art, Alberto Ibargüen, President and CEO of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, announced a $200,000 matching grant to benefit the fund. This matching grant, active through August 21, 2017, will help encourage more supporters to come forward and enable PAMM to acquire world-class works by African American artists for generations to come.
On Friday, February 10, 2017, PAMM hosted its first ever CreativeMornings, an international breakfast lecture series for the creative community. February's theme was moments and featured guest speaker Virginia Lora, a freelance radio producer with a passion for storytelling and community engagement.
PAMM Teaching Artist Chire Regans is a visual artist and activist, who uses her artistic gifts as a tool to raise social awareness and create a dialogue about issues affecting us all. Part of PAMM's Art Detectives program, Regans uses her role as an artist is to unite the community through expression.