Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) hosts highly anticipated Friendraiser at The Standard Spa with a special appearance by Los Jaichackers.
WHAT: Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) welcomes new PAMM Contemporaries members at the group’s highly-anticipated Friendraiser, the Museum’s first official event as PAMM. Set against the idyllic backdrop of Biscayne Bay in the enchanted gardens of The Standard Spa Miami Beach, the event will feature an exclusive DJ and visual performance by Los Jaichackers, a Los Angeles – and Phoenix – based multimedia art collaborative. Los Jaichackers (Spanglish for hijackers) are known for tracing ‘the global DNA of emerging musical subcultures in Latin America, the border, the United States, and abroad.’ The duo will also be capturing film and audio on-site for a major performance that will take place at PAMM's December opening, giving attendees a glimpse into the Museum’s opening/Miami Art Week celebration, and the chance to be a part of it. Pérez Art Museum Miami’s new, state-of-the-art facility, now under construction in downtown Miami’s Museum Park alongside Biscayne Bay, is designed by world renowned architects Herzog & de Meuron, and features 200,000 square feet of programmable space.
The PAMM Contemporaries Friendraiser will be held on Thursday, June 27 at The Standard Spa Miami Beach. New PAMM Contemporaries members who join the group between May 1 and the time of the event can attend. Current PAMM Contemporaries must refer a new member or renew their membership to attend. For more information or to join and receive an invitation, contact email@example.com or 305.375.1727.
- Los Jaichackers is a collaboration between Eamon Ore-Giron and Julio Cesar Morales, artists based in Los Angeles and Phoenix, respectively. As part of their multifaceted practice, they create music, film, video, sculpture, installation, and performance, as well collaborate with other artists and musicians. Together they create programs that ‘trace the global DNA of emerging musical subcultures in Latin America, the border, the United States, and abroad.’ For their opening performance at PAMM this December, Los Jaichakers will debut a piece that builds on previous projects and responds to Miami’s unique cultural and visual landscape.
- PAMM Contemporaries members
- The Standard Spa members
- Members of Miami’s art community
- Host committee members Daniela Frewa, Ginger Harris, Alex Horn, Zubin Nagpal, Diana Nawi and Aileen Quintana
WHERE: The Standard Spa, 40 Island Avenue, Miami Beach ($15 valet)
WHEN: Thursday, June 27, 7-10pm
About PAMM Contemporaries:
Pérez Art Museum Miami's dynamic support group is the perfect crowd for young patrons curious about Miami's constantly evolving art scene. This cosmopolitan group, open to individuals between the ages of 21 and 41, offers members the opportunity to meet and connect with others interested in the visual arts. Throughout the year, PAMM Contemporaries enjoy art-related events and programs, as well as contribute to the cultural vitality of Miami as the capital of arts in the Americas. PAMM Contemporaries serve as advocates and ambassadors for Pérez Art Museum Miami. PAMM Contemporaries interested in collecting art also have the opportunity to join the Young Collectors Council. Highlights of the PAMM Contemporaries calendar include the annual PAMM Contemporaries Social, the Art Fair Survival Party and PAMM's annual Art Basel Miami Beach celebration in December.
PAMM Contemporaries member benefits include: unlimited free museum admission year-round; invitations to exhibition previews; 10 percent discount at the PAMM Shop; invitation to the annual Art Fair Survival Party, and an "Art Fair Survival Kit" with passes and tickets to Miami Art Week fairs and events; special programs and lectures; complimentary invitation for two to PAMM's Miami Art Week party; and invitations to the PAMM Social, where members of Miami's non-profit, cultural and civic young professional support groups get together for a reception at PAMM. Membership is $200 for an individual and $300 for a couple, for 12 months.