Calendar: PAMM Free Second Saturdays: Symbolic Identity

Event Description

In honor of Women's History Month, join us as we celebrate women artists at PAMM. Sculpt your own symbolic artwork, donate a book to the Taylor Moxey library, or enjoy the sounds of the Girl Power choir!

Afterwards, join us for the World premiere of the Sundance-supported docuseries CareForce One Travelogues inside the museum.

About the Taylor Moxey library
The Taylor Moxey Mobile Library was created by converting a shipping container into a fun, safe, outdoor library. This project was the brainchild of Taylor Moxey, an 11-year-old girl.

Taylor Moxey is an entrepreneur, author and philanthropist. She started her first business with a $40.00 loan from her parents. Her cupcake company has allowed her to bake with some of the world’s most popular chefs and has opened the doors for Taylor to help others. 30% of sales from her cupcakes and book ‘The Adventures of Taylor the Chef” has been used to help her encourage, empower and equip children locally, nationally, and internationally through the Taylor Moxey Foundation.

Taylor’s first library was achieved by converting a small lawn trailer into a house of learning with books, games, and electronics. The library was donated to help children in the town of Andros in the Bahamas. She has been honored for her philanthropy with the 2015 President’s Voluntary Service award as well as Miami Dade County’s proclamation of August 18 “Taylor Moxey Day.”

Partnerships: "Miami Stories" at PAMM's Free Second Saturdays
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), HistoryMiami Museum, and WLRN are partnering on a special project to preserve and record the history of Cuban exiles living in South Florida, in connection with PAMM's latest exhibition, On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection.