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Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), working in partnership with Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival, is teaming up with the The Miami Foundation to collect much needed supplies for their U.S. Caribbean Strong Relief Fund. The intention is to raise awareness of Irma and Maria's devastating effects across the Caribbean and U.S., and the urgent need for basic necessities. Bring in items to PAMM through October 15, 2017 and receive free admission during regular museum hours.
- Bottled Water
- Chlorine Tablets
- Non-perishable food supplies
- First aid kits
- Over-the-Counter Medicine such as aspirin, Pepto-Bismol, etc.
- Batteries/flashlights/solar lanterns
- HAM Radios
- Insect repellant
- Sleeping bags, blankets pillows, mats
- Baby wipes/Foods/diapers
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is teaming up with Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade and Feeding South Florida to collect much needed supplies for those affected by Hurricane Irma. Bring in items to PAMM through September 26, 2017 and receive free admission during regular museum hours.
- Baby products
- Hygiene products
- Non-perishable food, easily opened
- Clothes and shoes for children and teenagers
- Bug spray
- Peanut butter
- Cereal (hot & cold)
- Rice Beans
- Canned vegetables
- Canned meals
- Canned soups
- Canned tuna & meat
- Fruit cups
South Florida Residents can Enjoy Free Admission from September 14–15, 2017
Due to Hurricane Irma, Pérez Art Museum Miami will be extending its close date through Wednesday, September 13. The museum is expected to to reopen to the public Thursday, September 14. Please continue to stay safe during the storm. Check back for updates.
Artist Julie Mehretu joined PAMM Director Franklin Sirmans in conversation about the development of her paintings and drawings across the span of her career.