Accessible Art: Jewish Museum of Florida celebrates 20 years with new exhibition and ArtServe presents 'Art = Antidote to Hate' in Fort Lauderdale

Jewish Museum celebrates 20 years

The Jewish Museum of Florida celebrates its 20th anniversary with a new exhibition, “Vision 20/20: Looking Back/Looking Forward,” which provides a glimpse into JMOF’s collection of more than 100,000 items documenting Florida Jewish families. The exhibition will be on view to the public Tuesday, March 31 through October 25; a preview is open to museum members and City of Miami Beach residents on Monday, March 30 at 6 p.m. To RSVP, email info@jewishmuseum.com or call 786-972-3175. Advance tickets available online at: bit.ly/Vision20-20. The museum is located at 301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; jewishmuseum.com

Family Day at The Frost

Arts for All: Free Family Fun Day at The Frost Art Museum is Saturday, April 4 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Kids of all abilities are invited to participate with acclaimed artist and inventor Dwayne Szot of Zot Artz, zotartz.com, as he leads the group through choosing colors, creating patterns, stamping, rolling and printing. For more information, contact Miriam Machado at 305-348-1808 or mmachado@fiu.edu. The museum is located at Florida International University, 10975 SW 17th St., Miami; thefrost.fiu.edu.

New at ArtServe

ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale presents the second annual “art = antidote to hate,” a multimedia exhibit designed to celebrate respect, equality, and diversity through paintings, interactive installations, sculptures, and videos, in the J.M. Family Gallery through April 10. ArtServe is located at 1350 E. Sunrise Blvd. and admission to the gallery is free. All artworks are available for purchase at www.artserve.org. For more information, contact 954-462-8190 or information@artserve.org, or visit artserve.org.

de la Cruz at NSU

Miami-based de la Cruz Collection showcases “Selections from the de la Cruz Collection” at the Adolfo and Marisela Cotilla Gallery inside Nova Southeastern University’s Alvin Sherman Library. The exhibit is open to the public through May 4 and features a group of female artists in the private art collection of Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz who are at the forefront of painting and sculpture. It’s the first in a series of shows curated and organized by the Cruz Collection for NSU. The library is located at Nova Southeastern University’s Main Campus, 3301 College Ave., Davie; nova.edu/library/main. For more information about the de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space, visit delacruzcollection.org.

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