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On June 29, 2017, guests celebrated the opening of PAMM’s newest exhibition, Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About Dominoes. The evening began with a reception on the terrace, with drinks and a live set by PAMM’s resident DJ, Phaxas. Afterwards, guests were led to the galleries where co-curators María Elena Ortiz and Arden Sherman led a conversation with artists Glendalys Medina and Rodolfo Peraza about the show.
Watch how PAMM's teaching artists prepare art-making projects for PAMM in the Neighborhood, the museum's free program that provides art experiences and education beyond PAMM's walls to children at camps and community centers throughout Miami-Dade County.
Thanks to a grant from Bank of America, PAMM was able to begin restoring a sculpture by George Segal, which belongs to the museum's permanent collection.
With the opening of Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About Dominoes, we are launching a social media campaign asking the public to share their memories of playing dominoes. We invite you to share a picture and/or a few thoughts about your first memories playing the game, your connection to the game and/or what it means to you. Make sure to tag your posts with #PAMMDomino @pamm. We will be choosing some of our favorite posts to be featured on PAMM’s social networks and some lucky winners will receive their very own domino sets.
Our first entry is from the show’s curator María Elena Ortiz
“My winning smile when I beat you playing dominoes #PAMMDomino @pamm”
Although she never met her grandfather John Dunkley, whose exhibition—Neither Day nor Night—is currently on view at PAMM, Tina Dunkley feels a deep and profound connection to the work he made during his lifetime.