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At PAMM’s Free Second Saturday, guests experienced the blurring of lines between music and art, as inspired by the artwork of william cordova. PATH (Preserving Archiving and Teaching Hip Hop) stopped by for the day, inviting guests to spin vinyl, dance in a breakdancing showcase and write lyrics on a wall. Visitors also had the chance to join in on our art-making workshop that combined paint and vinyl records to form a mixed-media sculpture.
We are proud to announce that we have officially surpassed 1,000 PAMM Student Pass holders! This monumental program is all about access, giving all Miami-Dade County Public Schools students free admission to the museum. We would like to give a huge thanks to our community, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, and everyone who helped make this program possible.
In celebration of PAMM’s new exhibition, The World's Game: Fútbol and Contemporary Art Poplife Social presented a live performance full of soulful rhythms and worldly beats by Elastic Bond. Members in the lounge were treated to drinks courtesy of Absolut Elyx, Heineken, and Kim Crawford, as they shopped in the Topshop & Topman pop-ups on the terrace. Guests got creative in the art-making stations, and roamed the galleries throughout the night exploring PAMM’s new exhibitions.
On April 14, 2018, guests came out to celebrate a Second Saturday that was out of this world! Inspired by artist Haroon Mirza's sensory installation exploring light and sound, guests crafted their own cosmic couture and hit the dance floor for a Galactic Get Down at PAMM’s Free Second Saturday: Art and Aliens. Afterwards, the teens from PAMM’s Teen Art Council hosted a space prom that was open to all teens, featuring live performances by local teen bands, Silent Disco DJ’s, costume competitions and more!
On April 18, 2018, Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) welcomed its Benefactor-level members for an intimate dinner on the museum’s picturesque third floor terrace. Hosted by Etro, the evening began with a chic cocktail reception as the sun slowly set over downtown Miami. Guests were seated for a delicious three-course meal as PAMM Director Franklin Sirmans thanked the members for their support of the institution, the importance of arts education, and the major role PAMM plays in the community.