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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.
PAMM Associate Curator María Elena Ortiz gives us a sneak peek at Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About Dominoes, opening June 30, 2017.
Not even the rain could stop the PAMM Inside|Out team from kicking off its summer season. On June 4, 2017, visitors came to North Miami Beach to enjoy a Sunday full of art, live music by PAMM resident DJ Phaxas, food, and giveaways in celebration of the launch of PAMM Inside|Out's summer installations around town.
Aja Monet is an American contemporary poet, writer, lyricist and activist of Cuban-Jamaican descent from Brooklyn, New York. Earlier this year, Monet performed at the Fourth Annual Reception for the PAMM Fund for African American Art.