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Many artists have precious pieces of art which they have created and cherish in their own collection. Often, artists or avid art enthusiasts have treasured art collections that grow and flourish over the years. These collections and pieces are very valuable, but, as with any item of art, they are susceptible to damage if they are not stored properly. The good news is that finding a brand new storage facility for your art collection with the amenities you need to protect your pieces is actually easy to do. You just need to know what you are looking for. To take advantage of all the amenities storage units offer, make sure you look for the following features.
This holiday season, museum visitors can enjoy their first hour of parking at the on-site parking garage FREE on us as our gift to you! Members of PAMM or Frost Science will receive an additional hour (1) of parking free with validation at front desk, for a total of two hours free.*
PAMM will close at 5pm New Year’s Eve. PAMM will be open on Wednesday, December 27 and Wednesday, January 3, 10am–6pm.
The Augmented Reality experience is part of the pilot project made possible by a generous grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
To kick off Museum Store Sunday, enjoy double discounts days at PAMM Shop* for all your holiday shopping needs. On November 26, December 14, and December 21, members will receive 20% off their in-store purchases at PAMM Shop. As part of double discount days, we are happy to offer a 20% discount on select memberships, including but not limited to gift memberships, first time members, and renewals**
In early November, Adrienne Chadwick, Deputy Director of Education, and Marie Vickles, Knight Associate Director of Education Programs, represented PAMM at Reimagining the Museum: Conference of the Americas 2017 in Medellín, Colombia.
Pérez Art Museum Miami was selected from over 170 applicants to present a case study on Art Detectives, an innovative arts-based learning experience, that brings together South Florida law enforcement and youth from under-served communities, sparking creative thinking and cross-community dialogue around one of our country’s most divisive issues: police interactions with young people of color.