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Miami Beach, Florida
Art, Culture
ArtCenter/South Florida, a not-for-profit organization that creates opportunities for experimentation and innovation, and encourages the exchange of ideas across cultures through residencies, exhibitions, public programs, education and outreach.
Miami Beach, Florida
Art, Culture
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.
Miami Beach, Florida
Art, Culture, History
Housed in two former adjacent synagogues, on the National Register of Historic Places, this unique South Beach Museum restored the beautiful buildings and connected them with a skylighted bistro. The Museum collects, preserves and interprets material evidence of the Florida Jewish experience since at least 1763. Core MOSAIC exhibit and changing history and art exhibits, films, Store. For all ages and backgrounds.
Miami Beach, Florida
Art, Culture, History, Library, University

The mission of The Wolfsonian as a museum and research center is reflected in its multidisciplinary approach to looking at objects as both agents and expressions of change. It does so through exhibitions, publications, educational programs, and individual scholarship. While these objects can best be understood in the context in which they were created, they illuminate as much about our times as they reveal about their own.

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