“Lonnie Holley: If You Really Knew provides an intimate and focused look at the career of the Birmingham, Alabama-born artist and musician. Photo courtesy of MOCA

June Fun Arrives at MOCA

To honor Pride Month and Caribbean-American Heritage Month, the North Miami museum will host engaging programs and events
Egyptian Sarcophagus on view in "Mummies of the World: The Exhibition." Photo courtesy Frost Science

Season of Discovery at Frost Science

The museum will from unveil a new exhibition and planetarium show, host hands-on activities, and more all month long
Bal Harbour Shops and Bal Harbour Village will host the fifth annual Ice Cream We Love event May 20-21. Photo courtesy Bal Harbour Shops

Ice Cream for Good at Bal Harbour Shops

The fifth annual Ice Cream We Love returns May 20, benefiting Holtz Children’s Hospital at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center
Wynwood Jungle. Courtesy of Black Lion

It’s a Jungle Out There

Nature and art collide with the arrival of Wynwood Jungle
What Women Are Afraid to Lose (The Fires On Our Planet) by Lonnie Holley (2022). Courtesy of the Artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo. © Lonnie Holley/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

MOCA to Unveil Two Striking Exhibitions

The Museum of Contemporary Art will unveil “Lonnie Holley: If You Really Knew" and “South Florida Cultural Consortium (SFCC)" May 10
Academy Award-winner Geena Davis stars in “Fairyland,” written by Andrew Durham and produced, in part, by Sofia Coppola. Film still courtesy of OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival Miami

25 Years of the OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival

The film festival heads to its new home at Silverspot Cinema Miami, showcasing 65 works from around the world beginning April 20
Umbrellas art installation at CityPlace Doral. Photo by Wise Wolf Media

CityPlace Doral Unveils Art Installation

A vibrant canopy made entirely of umbrellas in shades of blue, pink, purple, yellow, and green will captivate visitors through June 30
Seedlings. Photo by Francesco Gallarotti via Unsplash

Okalee Indian Village to Host Earth Day Celebration

The Seminole Tribe of Florida's Okalee Indian Village in Hollywood will set the scene for Earth Day festivities April 18
The Triangle on the 500 block. Photo courtesy of Lincoln Road Business Improvement District

Love on Lincoln Honors Miami Beach Pride

Lincoln Road's stunning structures will don vibrant LGBTQ+ rainbow colors to celebrate Miami Beach Pride all month long
Photo by Candace Ferreira

Gear Up for the Beach Polo World Cup

From April 20-23, eight teams from around the world and 120 horses will descend upon Miami Beach