Accessible Art: Meetinghouse gallery opens downtown, Curators come together at the Bass Museum, and Seth Browarnik's photography reveals the art of rum-making

New Gallery in Downtown
Meetinghouse, a new gallery space in the penthouse of the Huntington Building in downtown Miami, is hosting an opening reception Friday, Nov. 21 from 6 – 10 p.m. Local and national artists explore past cooperatives such as Roycroft, Bauhaus, and the Shakers, with a diverse array of work like drawings, prints, photos, videos, furniture, and sculptures. University of Miami architect Veruska Vasconez, to collaborate with painter Jenny Brillhart, mixed media artist Moira Holohan, and writer Molly McGreevy, donated the space. Proceeds from the show will go to the participating artists rather than the gallery. 168 SE 1st St., Miami; 786-282-5617 or

Curator Culture
The Bass Museum of Art presents “Curator Culture” as part of its salon-style series in which practicing curators; contemporary artists and other influential art professionals talk shop. Join Jerome Sans, curator of “One Way: Peter Marino,” in discussion with Silvia Karman Cubina, executive director of the Bass, and Charles Locke Moffett, of Sotheby’s, Friday, Nov. 21 from 6 – 8 p.m. at 2100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; RSVP to Complimentary valet parking is available. Free for museum members and “basspass” holders or $10 for non-members. For more information, call 305-673-7530 or visit  

The Art of Making High-End Rum
Miami-based celebrity photographer Seth Browarnik unveils a collection of images detailing the process of hand bottling the Facundo Rum Collection, the first luxury line of sipping rums from Bacardi, at the company’s blending facilities and distilleries in Mexico. “24 Hours in Mexico: A Photo Exhibition” is open to the public one day only from noon – 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22 at the Melin Building in the Design District, 3930 NE 2nd Ave., Miami. Guests will experience the four expressions of Facundo Rum – neat or on the rocks – while they view more than 30 behind-the-scenes images. Space is limited and guests must RSVP to to attend. For more information,