Discover Lincoln Road’s young arts scene as you tour artist’s galleries and meet fellow art lovers during Lincoln Road’s “First Saturday Art Walk” at the Art Center South Florida beginning February 6 from 7-10pm.
Gather your culturally enthusiastic friends at 800, 810, and 924 Lincoln Road to explore the new works by some of South Florida’s most interesting contemporary artists. The Art Center offers mentorship programs, gallery space and public art classes that engender a world of enthusiastic support for aspiring artists and creative people who want to try their hand at design, drawing, painting, photography and jewelry making.
Saturday’s Art Walk brings together the resident artists and interested locals who get to peek inside the creative spaces of the talented Art Center members. This month’s exhibition at 800 Lincoln Road is “X-Ray” featuring the sculptures of Bill Burke and the video works of Jacek Kolansinski with Jacinto Garcia’s haunting sound compositions.
First Saturday Art Walk Schedule
Make plans to spend an artful Saturday night touring the galleries along Lincoln Road Mall from 7-10pm. Here are the dates for your cultural promenade on Miami Beach. Participating galleries may vary.
Lincoln Road Art Gallery Info:
Art Center South Florida contains the art studios, exhibition and gallery space for the contemporary visual arts program at 800 & 924 Lincoln Road.
Britto Central is the showroom and gallery for Brazilian commercial pop artist Romero Britto on 818 Lincoln Road.
Carel Gallery offers art, accents and fine artworks of the 19th Century at 922 Lincoln Road.
Collection Privee sells international contemporary art, sculpture and objects at the gallery located at 918 Lincoln Road.
Gallery Deja Vu features contemporary art work at 631 Lincoln Road.
Peter Lik sells fine art photography at a spacious gallery located at 701 Lincoln Road.
Make reservations for dinner at Meat Market (915 Lincoln Road), Baire’s Grill (1116 Lincoln Road) or Sosta Pizza (1025 Lincoln Road) and then explore the Art Center with your friends. Afterwards, nip up to the second floor speakeasy at Van Dyke Cafe (846 Lincoln Road) to enjoy the soulful sounds of Ike & Val Woods, a brother and sister blues duo.