Picks of the Week: Live Music, Art and More...
Happy Friday, Culture Lovers! Looking for something to do this weekend? Take a look at our top picks!
POMPANO BEACH CULTURAL CENTER: THE GOSPEL HERITAGE CONCERT STARRING KELONTAE GAVIN
September 24th at 8:00 pm
The City of Pompano Beach is proud to present the Gospel Heritage Concert starring award-winning singer Kelontae Gavin with opening act The Cross Family and appearances by local favorites Seleaveya Dillard and John Brown. More event details here.
MIRAMAR AMPHITHEATER: MIRAMAR LATIN MUSIC FESTIVAL
September 25th at 7:00 pm
Enjoy a night of music in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. More event details here.
NSU ART MUSEUM: NEIGHBOR DAY
September 26th at 12:00 pm
Fort Lauderdale residents receive FREE admission to NSU Art Museum on Fort Lauderdale Neighbor Days. For free admission, residents must show a photo ID, driver’s license or residential utility bill with proof of Fort Lauderdale address. More event details here.
BROWARD CENTER: NURSE BLAKE - THE PTO COMEDY TOUR
September 25th at 8:00 pm
Nurse Blake is one of a kind entertainer who uses his experience as a nurse for a fun filled comedy event that celebrates the hard work of healthcare providers. Blake tells candid and raw stories from his time in nursing school and from his shifts at the bedside. His upbeat attitude and hilarious spins on the obstacles nurses face day to day offer a fun and interactive experience for audience members. Blake's comedy stands apart by using humor to advocate for nurses. By using masterful storytelling to captivate audiences, he provides an unforgettable night of laughs and inspiration. More event details here.
MIAMI BEACH URBAN STUDIOS: LIVE ART TALK WITH IVAN SANTIAGO
September 27th at 5:30 pm
Ivan Santiago is a photographer currently teaching digital photography for Florida Atlantic University and graduated with an MFA with a focus in both Photography & Art History from Florida International University. Along with his MFA he earned his Bachelors in Anthropology from Florida International University as well. In Miami, he began to research the history of photography and become inspired by the landscape representations of the New Topographics movement and began to contextualize it as a means to document the tension between the vanishing landscape within the urban city sprawl around the South Florida he grew up in. More event details here.
(Photo: Ivan Santiago)
For more things to do in Miami, take a look at our arts event calendar.