Art Basel Kids Guide
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Art Basel isn’t just for adults - check out these family-friendly events for Art Basel Miami Beach 2012...
- Get musical with your munchkins courtesy of Pop-Up Piano Miami. Tickle the ivories on eight “artiscally crafted” pianos placed throughout Wynwood, Midtown, Downtown and the Design District or pop by for a scheduled performance by local musicians. After Basel, the pianos will be donated to local charities.
- Get your funky side at Let Petit Papillion’s Street Funk Friday, Dec 7 from 6-8pm. Kids of all ages can explore break dancing, photography, poetry and a live art mural. Free & open to the public. Funky attire encouraged.
- Bring the munchkins to Collins Park to browse Art Public, a series of outdoor sculptures, interventions and performances presented by Art Basel and the Bass Museum. This year’s Art Public features works grounded in their connection to speech & language.
- Explore Art Basel while your munchkins get crafty with Miami Children’s Museum courtesy of ArtKids. Parents can enjoy the art while kids four and up participate on-site interactive arts programming for up to three hours.
- Explore satellite fairs and linger in Wynwood while munchkins three & up enjoy art & games at Play-In. Drop munchkins off for an hour, three or the day - $15 per hour.
- Satellite fairs bring art beyond Art Basel
- Art work donated to FIU by Jorge Pérez may be forgery
- Accessible Art: Art Basel sets attendance record, color in time and space with Carlos Cruz-Diez, and the Bakehouse Art Complex builds first public metal-casting foundry
- Cindy Crawford pays visit to Art Miami for debut of work in her likeness
- FAILE Brings Their Interactive Deluxx Fluxx Arcade Installation to South Beach
- De Nolet festival brings together performance art, music and Ketel One cocktails
- Wynwood-based Spinello Projects unveils exhibit in Art Basel's competitive Nova sector
- Miami muralist Krave leads team of artists to spotlight Wynwood Central during Art Basel
- KIND hosts community mural project
- Art Basel opens this week in an increasingly cultured city