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Guests joined us on March 15, 2018 for for PAMM’s Third Thursday: Poplife Social featuring Richie Hell. Argentine DJ/producer Richie Hell presented his immersive live show featuring global percussion and soulful beats. Guests join in on exhibition inspired art-making and sipped on tasty cocktails from our waterfront bar or dine at Verde.
A high number of visitors are expected at both Pérez Art Museum Miami and Frost Museum of Science on February 24 & 25. Arrival by FREE Miami-Dade Metromover is highly recommended. PAMM is directly adjacent to the Miami-Dade Metromover, Museum Park station. Take the Omni Loop train to Museum Park station, and arrive steps from the museum entrance. Visit Miami-Dade Transit to view a full map of stations and information.
Self-parking | Omni garage located at 1645 Biscayne Blvd (rates apply).
Lyft | Use code MUSEUMPARK to get $5 off your first 4 rides.
On February 10, 2018, in honor of Black History Month, guests joined us for art-making inspired by artist, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. Using scratch paper, participants were able to carve their own layered portrait by combining memory and color. Winds of Heritage Dance Company also stopped by and and presented “Colors”, choreographed by Eulyce Eason, co-artistic director for WOH. The day also saw another installment of “Miami Stories,” a partnership between PAMM, HistoryMiami and WLRN.
The Art + Soul Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the PAMM Fund for African American Art was a great success. PAMM raised more than $250,000 for the Fund—with the proceeds being matched, dollar for dollar, by Knight Foundation—and it was all possible because of supporters like YOU. The Fund supports PAMM’s long-standing commitment to exhibiting and collecting work by African American artists, celebrating their critical contributions to contemporary culture, and reflecting the diversity of the local community and range of cultures that make up Miami.
On February 7, 2018, PAMM hosted its annual International Committee Luncheon. Chaired by Darlene Pérez, and presented by Pomellato, this year’s luncheon honored Dr. Carol Damian, former director of the Frost Art Museum and chairperson of FIU’s Department of Art and Art History.