Art, Scene

The Scene Wednesday: Spectrum Miami 2015

November 11, 2015

Morning peeps! I probably or maybe posted this, but next month Spectrum Miami will arrive at a new location. Read on…..


 

SPECTRUM MIAMI 2015 / DECEMBER 2-6, 2015 performing arts district

(from the website)

A FIVE-DAY FINE ART EXPERIENCE

SPECTRUM Miami, a juried, contemporary art show, featuring a slate of artists and galleries—during the popular Art Week Miami.


OPENING PREVIEW

Wednesday, Dec. 2 / 6-10pm


SHOW HOURS

Thursday, Dec. 3 / 12pm-8pm
Friday, Dec. 4 / 12pm-8pm
Saturday, Dec. 5 / 12pm-8pm
Sunday, Dec. 6 / 12pm-5pm


NEW LOCATION

Show Address
SPECTRUM Miami Tent
1700 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33132

Spectrum Miami’s convenient new location is at the corner of NE 2nd Avenue and NE 17th Street, just a short walk away from our headquarter hotel, the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay. Located in the Edgewater District, nestled between Midtown and Downtown and known for its abundance of performing arts venues, Spectrum Miami is now conveniently close to several area hotels, restaurants, and museums. In addition to the ample onsite parking available at Spectrum Miami, the show’s new location is surrounded by other available parking lots. Spectrum Miami is co-locating with Red Dot Art Fair at this new site, and is also in close proximity to Miami Art Week’s other shows.

Please visit spectrum-miami.com for more information on tickets, accommodations, hours and locations. Hopefully you still have the time, so if I were you guys…..

Ok, I hope you take this information and use it. Of course if you don’t make it this year, there is always next year right? Enjoy the rest of your Hump Wednesday and be blessed!

 

 

 

 

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