As one of the most active programs of its kind in our National Parks, AIRIE (Artists in Residence in Everglades) has welcomed over 180 artists, writers, choreographers and musicians as artists-in-residence in the Everglades. The organization recognizes that artists are some of the most effective communicators when it comes to the critical issue of environmental preservation. The result is a contemporary gallery and art space filled with meaningful works not found elsewhere — it’s worth a look even if your walls, floors and tabletops are full. For the first year ever, AIRIE will be participating with a booth at the Untitled Art Fair during Miami Art Week, exhibiting original and print edition works by current and former resident artists. A photo mural, hanging work and sound work will be presented to the fair’s nearly 40,000 visitors; AIRIE.org.
During the height of stay-at-home orders, award-winning Photographer Wioletta Bublik set out to capture Key Biscayne families during quarantine in front of their homes. What she documented has been an inspiration for all those following her journey on social media and around the world.
The shopping mecca that is Brickell City Centre is just a short hop off Key Biscayne, offering a wide variety of amazing stores and experiences that cater to women of all tastes, styles and walks of life. Meet a few Key Biscayne women who define what it means to be fashionable on the island.”