Micky, Harlem, & the Naked Truth at Wolfsonian Museum
Here is what is happening at The Wolfsonian-Florida International University. And don't forget to review the visitor guidelines. The museum is open Thu–Sun 10am–6pm.
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Drawings, A Print, and the Hindenburg
From zooming zeppelins and urban housing to a springtime maypole scene reimagined for the city, Front Lines has it covered—read up on our latest collection takes.
Perspectives on Collecting
Wednesday, May 19 @ 6pm EDT
Bakehouse Art Complex's Cathy Leff and El Espacio 23's Patricia Hanna present a conversation with Micky Wolfson and Jorge M. Pérez, collectors who transformed Miami.
Naked Homes: Nudist Architecture and Rethinking Domestic Space
Wednesday, May 19 @ 7pm EDT
What design choices do we make when life is lived without clothes? Find out with author Sarah Schrank, who will bring us through the history of building for nudists.
Curator's Choice: Harlem Renaissance
Wednesday, May 26 @ 7pm EDT
Members are in for a treat: a sneak peak at FIU professors Shawn Christian and Nathaniel Cadle's upcoming online exhibition for The Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab.
In the 1920s, Solomon Sir Jones recorded the culture and daily activities of African-American communities in Oklahoma. The Baptist minister and businessman's amateur silent films remain a vibrant document of early 20th-century street scenes, sports, picnics, and Juneteenth celebrations.
The Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab
Thursday, May 20 @ 6pm EDT
WPHL, The Wolf, and Coral Gables Museum investigate the design strategies of impactful AIDS awareness posters in this timely talk led by WPHL deputy director Julio Capó, Jr. and Wolfsonian curator Shoshana Resnikoff. Tune in
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