Accessible Art: Street art and technology at III Points Festival with Abstrk and on-demand shipping comes to Miami for Art Basel

CINTAS Jubilee
In partnership with the CINTAS Foundation, the Miami Dade College Museum of Art + Design presents the 50th edition of the CINTAS Foundation Fellowship Competition. The exhibition showcasing the works of 10 visual arts finalists — Juan Carlos Alom, Ray Azcuy, Ivan Cañas, Lisa Danker, Ivan Depeña, Becky Franco, Coco Fusco, Lourdes Perdomo, Lisette Poole and Carlos Rigau — opens Friday, Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. with a special reception at the college’s Freedom Tower when the winners are announced. Free and open to the public. Open regularly during gallery hours from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday – Sunday through Nov. 9. Inside the Collection Gallery, 600 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; 305-237-7700 or and

Street Art x Tech
Fine Art Auctions Miami (FAAM), in conjunction with the III Points Festival, presents a panel discussion Saturday, Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. on street art and technology at 350 NW 29th St., Miami. Founder and director of FAAM Fredric Thut will be joined by street art specialist Sebastien Laboureau, gallerist Bernard Markowicz, and Miami-based street artist Abstrk. Free and open to the public. For more information, call 305-573-4228 or visit

Survey at ABMB
Art Basel Miami Beach announced a new sector, Survey, set to launch during the art fair’s 13th edition in Dec. with a selection of 13 art-historical projects providing insights into the work of famed artists such as Rosemarie Castoro, Ralston Crawford, Henry Darger, Lenora De Barros, Niki de Saint Phalle, Valie Export, Paul Feeley, Poul Gernes, Tetsuya Ishida, Alison Knowles, Andrei Monastyrski, Lydia Okumura, Gina Pane, Lotty Rosenfeld, Alfons Schilling, Marcel Storr, Michelle Stuart, Taller Torres-García and Alfredo Volpi in the form of nine solo shows and four thematic presentations. For more, visit

Shyp It
The on-demand shipping startup Shyp announced plans to expand to Miami by Art Basel. This digital service will allow collectors to ship their newly purchased art works home from their smartphone. The company charges $5 for packaging and pickup from anywhere within its service area, plus the cost of postage, which it says it offers at the lowest retail rate. For more, visit