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ArtCenter-South Florida | WEDNESDAYS
ARTCENTER FLYER
The ArtCenter/South Florida, established in 1984, is an access point for artists, curators, and visitors alike. Lincoln Road affords the ArtCenter and all of its programs a high level of visibility however; it is the community involvement and the integrity of ArtCenter's programming that qualifies the ACSF as a major cultural institution. Their mission is to advance the knowledge and practice of contemporary visual arts and culture in South Florida through education, exhibition and public outreach programming and to provide affordable work-space for outstanding visual artists in all stages of career Development

924 Lincoln Rd. #205
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tammy Key Johnston, Education Director
Maria Del Valle Executive Director
P. (305) 674-8278
F. (305) 674-8772
Marlon Zuniga, Museum Educator
C. (305) 962-8866
marlonzuniga@dadeschools.net
@G.W. Carver Elementary
238 Grand Avenue
Miami, Florida 33133 0721
P. (305) 443-5286
F. (305) 567-3531

 

ArtWorks Student Art Gallery
Bakehouse Art Complex | WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS

The BAC has provided emerging and mid-career artists with the opportunity to creatively explore and develop their artistic endeavors. The uniqueness of the BAC is its ability to provide an engaging environment to its artist’s by inspiring and encouraging each other, informing and attracting new artists.
561 NW 32 Street, Miami, Fl 33127
P. (305) 576-2828
F. (305) 576-0316
Ariana Diaz, Museum Educator
C. (305) 793-5829
aridiaz@dadeschools.net
@Coral Park Elementary
1225 SW 97 Avenue
Miami, Fl 33174
1001
P. (305)221-5632
F. (305)227-5734



Bass Museum of Art | WEDNESDAYS
BASS FLYER
2015-2016
The purpose of the Bass Museum of Art is to collect and exhibit the finest art the world has to offer from the past through the present, thereby enriching lives and educating residents and visitors in the City of Miami Beach.
2121 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139
Silvia Karman Cubiñá, Executive Director and Chief Curator
Kylee Crook - Education Program Coordinator
P. (305) 673-7530
F. (305) 674-5475
Melissa Maxfield-Miranda, Museum Educator
C. (786) 395-8924
mjmaxfield@dadeschools.net
@ David Fairchild Elementary
5757 SW 45th Street
Miami, Fl 33155
1761

 

Biltmore Hotel | TUESDAYS
BILTMORE FLYER

The Biltmore Hotel built 1926, was the vision of George Merrick. The Biltmore Hotel was always been associated with rich and famous. The Hotel was built as a palace of pleasure for the wealthy, served as a hospital during World War II and a laboratory for medical students at the University of Miami.
1200 Anastasia Avenue, Miami, FL 33134
Public Relations & Marketing
Danille Finnegan, Director of Public Relations
P (305) 445-1926
dfinegan@biltmorehotel.com
Zaida Gonzalez-Ruiz, Museum Educator
P. (305) 383-6533
C. (305) 742- 8530
Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elementary
851 S.W. 117 Avenue, Miami, FL 33174
zaidam@dadeschools.net
5061
P. (305) 552-7122, Ext. 506
F. (305) 480-7652


The Barnacle | TUESDAYS
BARNACLE FLYER
This beautiful house with a whimsical name dates to a quieter time. The Barnacle, built in 1891, offers a glimpse of Old Florida during The Era of the Bay. Situated on the shore of Biscayne Bay, this was the home of Ralph Middleton Munroe, one of Coconut Grove´s most charming and influential pioneers. Munroe's principal passion was designing yachts. In the 1920s, it was representative of the original landscape within the city of Miami. Today, it is one of the last remnants of the once vast Miami Hammock.
Available Field Experience Dates
3485 Main Highway
Miami, FL 33133
Katrina Boler, Park Superintendent
P. (305) 442-6866
Zaida Gonzalez-Ruiz, Museum Educator
P. (305) 383-6533
C. (305) 742- 8530
Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elementary
851 S.W. 117 Avenue, Miami, FL 33174
zaidam@dadeschools.net
5061
P. (305) 552-7122, Ext. 506
F. (305) 480-7652


Coral Gables Museum | WEDNESDAYS
CORAL GABLES MUSEUM FLYER
The Museum’s mission is to celebrate, investigate and explore the civic arts of architecture and urban and environmental design, including fostering an appreciation for the history, vision, and cultural landscape of Coral Gables; promoting beauty and planning as well as historic and environmental preservation for a broad audience, including children, families, and community members, as well as local, regional, national and international visitors. The museum optimizes its mission by cultivating effective partnerships, and providing programming that includes exhibitions, collections, educational offerings, lectures, tours, publications and special events.
Gustavo Miranda, Museum Educator
P. (786) 333-5634
gusmiranda@dadeschools.net
9797 SW 40th Street Miami, Florida 33165
4091
P. (305) 221-3821
F. (305) 221-5195
@ Olympia Heights Elementary


Dade Heritage Trust Program | TUESDAYS
Dade Heritage Trust is the leading voice for historic preservation in Miami-Dade County. Founded as a nonprofit, 501(c)3 membership organization in 1972, Dade Heritage Trust works to preserve the architectural, cultural and environmental heritage of South Florida through advocacy, education and restoration. Dade Heritage Trust works to save historic properties and revitalize historic neighborhoods. Efforts include restoring landmarks, working with the media and community leaders, publishing books and magazines, and presenting tours and historic programs for schools and the general public.
Available Field Experience Dates and Sitess
and Sites
190 S.E. 12 Terrace Miami, FL 33131
Becky Matkov, Executive Director
P. (305) 358-9572
F. (305) 358-1162
Zaida Gonzalez-Ruiz, Museum Educator
C. (305) 742- 8530
Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elem.
851 S.W. 117 Avenue, Miami, FL 33174
zaidam@dadeschools.net
5061
P. (305) 552-7122, Ext. 506
F. (305) 480-7652

 

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden | WEDNESDAYS
FTBG FLYER
Competitive, multidisciplinary education using the environment as an integrating context for learning
Available Field Experience Dates
10901 Old Cutler Road, Coral Gables, Florida, 33156
Alison Walker, Youth Education Manager
P. (305) 667-1651
F. (305) 661-8953
Nadia Earl, Museum Educator
C. (305) 332-3502
earlart@dadeschools.net
North Hialeah Elementary 4251 East 5th Avenue Hialeah, Florida 33013
3901
P. (305) 681-4611
F. (305) 669-4088

 

Florida Lighthouse Bill Baggs State Recreational Park | TUESDAYS
LIGHTHOUSE FLYER
The Lighthouse and the Keeper’s cottage at the Bill Baggs State Park is one of South Florida’s oldest standing structures. This historical site will give students a sense of how life was during the 1920’s in Cape Florida. Visiting this historical landmark will allow the students to understands how difficult life was for the lighthouse keeper and his family.
Available Field Experience Dates
1200 S. Crandon Boulevard
Key Biscayne, Florida 33149
Shaun Allen, Park Manager
P (305) 361-8779
Zaida Gonzalez-Ruiz, Museum Educator
C. (305) 742- 8530
Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elem.
851 S.W. 117 Avenue,
Miami, FL 33174
zaidam@dadeschools.net
5061
P. (305) 552-7122, Ext. 506
F. (305) 480-7652

 

Freedom Tower | THURSDAYS
FREEDOM TOWER FLYER
The Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College stands on a 24,794-squarefoot lot in the heart of downtown Miami’s cultural and business district. Flanked by other attractions such as the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center, Perez Art Museum Miami and the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science to the north, and across from the American Airlines Arena and Bayside Marketplace, its distinctive architecture and diverse cultural programs draw thousands of visitors each year. In 2012, the Freedom Tower was selected by the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as one of the top 100 Florida buildings that represent the best in architectural achievement. The MDC Freedom Tower was built in the Mediterranean Revival style in 1925, when it housed the offices of the Miami News & Metropolis. When the newspaper went out of business more than 30 years later, the building lay vacant for some time. When the Castro regime came into power in Cuba and political refugees flooded South Florida looking for a new start, the Tower was taken over by the U.S. government to provide services to the immigrants. It housed in-processing services, basic medical and dental services, records on relatives already in the U.S. and relief aid for those starting a new life with nothing. For many thousands of immigrants, the Tower provided nothing less than their freedom from Castro and the hardships Cuba had come to give them. It rightly earned its name then of Freedom Tower. When its services for refugees were no longer necessary, the Freedom Tower was closed down in the mid-70s. After being bought and sold many times in the years that followed, the building fell into disrepair. In 1997, Jorge Mas Canosa purchased the building with the hopes of restoring it to its original glory and establishing a museum of the exile experience. Later bought by Pedro Martin and his family, the Freedom Tower was generously donated to Miami Dade College in 2008. Today the Freedom Tower houses the MDC Museum of Art + Design, administrative offices of MDC Live Arts and Miami International Film Festival, and other cultural activities to be enjoyed by students and the community at large. Fully restored, it is a marvel not only for its rich history and structural beauty but also for what it symbolizes for so many in Miami today.
600 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33132
Wanda Texon, Director
P. (305) 237-7704
Marlon Zuniga, Museum Educator
P. (305) 962-8866
marlonzuniga@dadeschools.net
G.W. Carver Elementary
238 Grand Avenue
Miami, Florida 33133 0721
P. (305) 443-5286
F. (305) 567-3531

 

Jay I. Kislak Foundation | THURSDAYS
KISLAK FLYER

Established in 1984, Jay I. Kislak Foundation is a private nonprofit cultural institution engaged in the collection, conservation, research and interpretation of rare books, manuscripts, maps and indigenous art and cultural artifacts of the Americas and other parts of the world. Killak collections are rich in primary research materials on the history of Florida, the Caribbean and Mesoamerica, with special emphasis on native cultures, their contact with Europeans and the colonial period to about 1820.
7900 Miami Lakes Drive, West, Miami Lakes, FL 33016
Arthur Dunkelman, Director and Curator
Katherine Steinvortz, Executive Art Assistant
P. (305) 364-4207
P. (305) 364-4208
Lissette Lutz, Museum Educator @ Meadowlane Elementary
4280 W 8th Avenue Hileah, Fl. 33012
l_lutz@dadeschools.net
P. (305) 822-0660 X3141
F. (305) 362-9904

 

The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum & Sculpture Park at FIU| THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at FIU, accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, and an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is recognized for its innovative exhibitions, outstanding lecture series, and unparalleled outreach to South Florida's diverse audiences. The Frost Art Museum caters to schools (K-12) through a variety of educational programs. Tours are an integral part of our educational offerings and are designed to engage students and teachers to improve visual literacy and critical thinking skills, public speaking, problem solving, team work, and to foster a love of learning. We are glad to tailor your tour to meet your classroom needs or interests. Our programs are designed to be developmentally appropriate and to focus on art integration with core subjects such as Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Science. The Museum offers curricular materials in conjunction with exhibitions for teachers and students grades 3-12. Students visiting through the Cultural Passport program will participate in a guided tour of the Sculpture Park or Museum exhibitions or both. The students will engage in facilitated discussions that support the development of 21st century skills necessary for college readiness.
Florida International University
10975 SW 17 Street, Miami, FL 33199
Miriam Machado, Curator of Education
P. (305) 348-1808 F. (305) 348-2762
Peter DeMercado, Museum Educator
C. (305) 904-3811
pdemercado@dadeschools.net
@ Banyan Elementary
3060 SW 85 Avenue
Miami, FL 33155 0201
P. (305) 221-4011 F. (305) 225-4602

 

History Miami | WEDNESDAYS
HISTORY MIAMI FLYER
HistoryMiami is the premier cultural institution committed to gathering, organizing, preserving and celebrating Miami’s history as the unique crossroads of the Americas. We accomplish this through exhibitions, city tours, education, research, collections and publications. HistoryMiami advocates for helping everyone understand the importance of the past in shaping Miami's future.
101 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33130
P. 305-375-1492
F. 305-375-6315
Cecilia Dubon Slesnick, Vice President, Education
Margaret McAdams, School Programs Manager
Rossana Montoya, Museum Educator
montoyarossana@dadeschools.net

 

Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU | THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS
JMF FLYER o
The mission of the Jewish Museum of Florida is to collect, preserve and interpret the material evidence of the Florida Jewish experience from 1763 to the present to Jews, non-Jews, Florida residents and visitors alike. We seek to examine how Jews form part of a dynamic mosaic of ethnic groups; all seeking to balance the continuity and traditions of their heritage with the values and customs of a larger society. Our focus is to explore the richness, diversity, complexities and legacies of the Jewish contributions in Florida historically and culturally within the nation and throughout world. We seek to illuminate the diversity that exists in Florida by providing a lens through which history is viewed. The Museum, while inspired by Jewish History in Florida, provides programs that resonate with all communities and all learners. The Museum depicts the immigrant experience and acculturation process of everyone's family; a shared experience as illustrated through our exhibitions, public programs and collection of archival materials. Our educational programs are rooted in the benchmarks and desired outcomes of the Florida Sunshine State standards and the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test. Participants in our Museum experience soon recognize themselves in our stories and remark: “We are more alike than different.” oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
301 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
P. (305) 672-5044
F. (305) 672-5933
Rachel Silver, Museum Educator
C. (215) 356-9569
rsilver1@dadeschools.net
@ South Hialeah Elementary
265 E 5th Street
Hialeah, Fl 33010
P (305) 885-4556
F. (305) 888-7730

Lowe Art Museum | FRIDAYS
LOWE FLYEROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Opened in 1952, Miami-Dade’s oldest art museum comprises the region’s most comprehensive collection of western and non-western art from ancient to contemporary: Italian Renaissance & Baroque; Greco-Roman antiquities; 17th-21st century art of the Americas and Europe; Africa; Asia; Native & Ancient America.
University of Miami
1301 Stanford Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146
Jodi Sypher, Curator of Education
Jill Deupi, Director
P. (305) 284-3535
F. (305) 284-3621
Lissette Lutz, Museum Educator
@ Meadowlane Elementary
4280 W 8th Avenue
Hileah, Fl. 33012
l_lutz@dadeschools.net
3141
P. (305) 822-0660
F. (305) 362-9904


Main Library Gallery | WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS
MLG FLYER
The Miami-Dade Public Library System’s Art Services and Exhibitions Department curates a year-round program of exhibitions, performances, lectures, panel discussions, and community art projects. All of these are free and open to the public. We also maintain a special collection of over 2,200 works of art. The collection includes works on paper, photographs, artists’ books, and small sculptures, with a focus on African American, Latino, and Miami artists. Additionally, the Vasari Project is an archive that documents the development of the visual arts in Miami-Dade County since 1945. It contains correspondence, press clippings, photographs, oral histories and other materials. The public may access both of these collections for research and reference. For more information, contact Art Services at 305-375-5048 or art@mdpls.org, and contact the Vasari Project at 305-375-1550 or vasari@mdpls.org. ooooooo
Miami Public Library
101 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33130
Oscar Fuentes, Archives & Exhibitions Supervisor
P. (305) 375-5048
F. (305) 372-6428
Teresa Colon, Museum Educator
C. (786) 546-3406t
@ Riverside Elementary

 

mia Gallery |NOT AVAILABLE
The primary mission of the Division of Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs is to humanize and enrich the airport environment through the commission of contemporary artwork and the presentation of exhibitions that communicate culture, environment and art resources of an international scope with special emphasis on those areas served by Miami International Airport.
Available Field Experience Dates

Miami International Airport Concourse E
Yolanda Sanchez, Director
P. (305) 673-7530, (305) 876-7587
F. (305) 673-7062
Peter DeMercado, Museum Educator
C. (305) 904-3811
pdemercado@dadeschools.net
@ Banyan Elementary
3060 SW 85 Avenue
Miami, FL 33155
0201
P. (305) 221-4011
F. (305) 225-4602


Miami Children’s Museum | WEDNESDAYS
MCM FLYER
In the "All About Art" section of the Miami Children’s Museum, we will see reproductions of the studios of five artists. Illustator, David Weisner, Muralist, Carlos Alves, Stained Glass artist Marina Fernandez, and quilt artist, Peggy Hartwell are represented by original works of art as well as displays that show their creative process! After the introduction to art Elements and principles, and the artists, the students can spend time in independent exploration of activities that reinforce the art concepts.
980 MacArthur Causeway Miami, FL 33132
Lucia Willimas, Director of Museum Experiences
Deborah Spiegelman, Executive Director
Kate Delgado, Camp & Curriculum Manager
P. (305) 373-5437
Lissette Lutz, Museum Educator
@ Meadowlane Elementary
4280 W 8th Avenue
Hileah, Fl. 33012
l_lutz@dadeschools.net
3141
P. (305) 822-0660
F. (305) 362-9904

MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art | THURDAYS & FRIDAYS
MOCA FLYER

The mission of the Museum of Contemporary Art is to make contemporary art accessible to diverse audiences--especially under-served populations--by exploring the art of our time and its relationship to a broader cultural context. The museum is particularly interested in providing a forum for young and emerging artists and in presenting and collecting the works by local as well as internationally recognized artists. The Museum carries out this mission through exhibitions and acquiring works for its permanent collection as well as related symposia, publications, films, lectures, performances, and educational outreach activities, thereby providing a forum for dialogue about contemporary art in the community.
770 N.E. 125 St. North Miami, FL 33161
Babacar M'Bow, Executive Director and Chief Curator
P. (305) 893-6211
F. (305) 891-1472
Rachel Silver, Museum Educator
C. (215) 356-9569
rsilver1@dadeschools.net
@ South Hialeah Elementary
265 E 5th Street
Hialeah, Fl 33010
P (305) 885-4556
F. (305) 888-7730


Perez Art Museum Miami |WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS
PEREZ ART MUSEUM FLYER

The successor to the Center for the Fine Arts, the Miami Art Museum was founded in 1996 as a contemporary art museum with a permanent collection. MAM is dedicated to engaging a broad public with art from the twentieth century through the present. MAM’s collection, which Art in America magazine called “the quintessential Miami collection” in 1999, looks at international art from the perspective of the Americas and reflects the cosmopolitan makeup of Miami, forging connections among diverse groups and ideas.
101 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33130
Leann Standish, Interim Director
Emily Mello, Director of Education
Mari Robles, Knight Curator of School Programs
P. (305) 375-3000, (305) 876-7587
F. (305) 375-1725
Gonzalo Battaglia, Museum Educator
C. (305) 519-6655
chemiami@dadeschools.net
@ Colonial Drive Elementary
10755 SW 160th Street
Miami, FL 33157
0861
P. (305) 238-2392
F. (305) 232-9405


The Sculpture Park at FIU | THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
FIU FLYER
The Sculpture Park at Florida International University is recognized as one of the world’s most important sculpture collections and the largest on a university campus. The Sculpture Park allows visitors to study a comprehensive collection of contemporary sculpture in an educational environment accessible to the public. Placed throughout 26 acres of FIU’s subtropical landscape, this extraordinary assortment of outdoor artwork attracts school children, university students, tour groups and individuals from South Florida and beyond. The Sculpture Park at FIU invites art enthusiasts to explore a variety of styles and movements including abstract-expressionism, constructivism, minimalism, earthworks, conceptual and kinetic art. Comprised of gifts from private donors and purchases through the Florida Art in State Purchasing Program, this world renowned sculpture park features works by such celebrated artists as Steve Tobin, Jacques Lipchitz, Charles Ginnever, Anthony Caro, David Hayes, John Henry, Beverly Pepper, and many others. The Sculpture Park is open year-round, free of charge.
University Park Campus Miami, FL 33199
Miriam Machado, Curator of Education
P. (305) 348-2890
F. (305) 348-2762
Peter DeMercado, Museum Educator
C. (305) 904-3811
pdemercado@dadeschools.net
@ Banyan Elementary
3060 SW 85 Avenue
Miami, FL 33155
0201
P. (305) 221-4011
F. (305) 225-4602


Rubell Family Collection | MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS
RUBELL FLYER

Founded in 1994, the Contemporary Arts Foundation (CAF) is a 501(c)(3) public registered charity located in the Wynwood Art District, in downtown Miami, Florida. CAF has been a public-access facility since 1996, and the locus for housing, preserving, archiving and presenting the Rubell Family Collection (RFC), one of the world’s leading collections of contemporary art. In addition, the CAF presides over an in-house research library containing over 30,000 volumes, including many rare texts and periodicals. The library is open to the public. CAF believes that great works of art are an intrinsically transcendent, elevating, liberating and empowering force, and that the artifacts of our time are the legacy of society as a whole. Based on this premise, the Foundation seeks to prompt social intercourse and debate, an essential freedom of a democratic society, by sharing with the world the physical, sensual and intellectual properties of cutting-edge art. CAF advances public interaction at RFC by presenting works from the collection in rotating, curated exhibitions with accompanying documentation, throughout its 27 galleries, new media room and Sculpture Garden, as well as through a variety of educational and community outreach programs. In addition, CAF commissions new works of art and produces traveling exhibitions, which are presented throughout the world.
95 NW 29 Street
Miami, FL 33193
Juan-Roselione Valadez, Director
P. (305) 573-6090
F. (305) 573-6023
Linda Mangual, Lead Museum Educator
lmangual@dadeschools.net
9607
P. (305) 995-1930
F. (305) 995-2644


Vizcaya Museum and Gardens | WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS
VIZCAYA FLYER 2015-2016
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a National Historic Landmark that preserves the Miami estate of agricultural industrialist James Deering to engage our community and its visitors in learning through the arts, history, and the environment. James Deering (1859-1925) was a Vice President of the International Harvester Company, which produced agricultural equipment for a worldwide market. He chose a bayfront site in Miami for his tropical winter home because of the location’s temperate winter climate and his appreciation of the native hardwood hammock. The house was intended to appear as an Italian estate that had stood for 400 years and had been occupied and renovated by several generations of a family. It has 34 decorated rooms with 15th through 19th century antique furnishings and art objects. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens features a main house, ten acres of formal gardens, a hardwood hammock, and soon-to-be-restored historic village. Vizcaya is owned by Miami-Dade County and accredited by the American Association of Museums.
3251 S. Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33129
Wendy Wolf, School Youth and Family Programs Manager
Joel Hoffman, Director
P (305) 250-9133
F (305) 285-2004
Melissa Maxfield-Miranda, Museum Educator
C. (786) 395-8924
mjmaxfield@dadeschools.net
@ David Fairchild Elementary
5757 SW 45th Street
Miami, Fl 33155
1761



The Wolfsonian-FIU | THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS
WOLFSONIAN FLYER
The museum has partnered with Miami-Dade County and other Florida public schools to develop activities and interpretive materials for students and teachers in the arts and social sciences. All programs have been produced to foster greater understanding of the meaning and impact of objects, and the role of art and design in the modern world.
1001 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Jessic Kennedy, Manager of Learning and Engagement
P. (305) 531-1001
F. (305) 535-2639
Gonzalo Battaglia, Museum Educator
C. (305) 519-6655
chemiami@dadeschools.net
@ Colonial Drive Elementary
10755 SW 160th Street
Miami, Florida 33157 0861
P. (305) 238-2392
F (305) 232-9405


M-DCPS, Division of Academic Support Visual and Performing Arts
1501 NE 2nd Avenue., Annex, Suite 316 Miami, Fl. 33132

 
M-DCPS : 1450 NE 2nd Ave. : Miami, FL 33132 : Phone: (305) 995-1000 (For Non Technical Questions Only) © 2017