Celebrating Caribbean art in South Florida and around the world, the Art Beat Miami festival launches tonight with a preview party at the Little Haiti Cultural Center, starting 6 pm.
This special festival brings together multidisciplinary artists working in collaboration to highlight the culturally rich and diverse creativity of local artists and the Haitian and wider Caribbean Diaspora here and beyond.
The celebrations begin with pop-up art fair exhibiting great works from local and international artists, running from Tuesday, December 1st to Sunday, December 6th at The Caribbean Marketplace in the Little Haiti Cultural Center. This exhibit will showcase the best works across a variety of mediums including paintings, sculptures, drawings, fine art, street art installations and photographs. Pulitzer Prize winning Miami Herald Photojournalist Carl Juste will also be curating the exhibition.
This year, Art beat Miami will also include the Little Haiti Mural Project. Curated by Yo Miami, the project will be a large-scale public street art installation, spanning 30-buildings throughout Little Haiti, featuring the work of muralists of Case Maclaim, Axel Void, Yuhmi Collective, Claudio Picasso (CP1), Jorge Rodriguez, Hoxx, Ruben Ubiera and many more.