Germane Barnes Lecture
Germane Barnes’s (b. Chicago, IL) research and design practice investigates the connection between architecture and identity. Learning from historical data and perspectives from within architecture as well as cultural and ethnic studies, he examines how the built environment influences the social and cultural experience. His research and design contributions have been published and exhibited in several international publications and institutions. Most notably, DesignMiami/ and Curbed.com, where he was named a member of the 2015 Class of Young Guns, under-the-radar professionals who are busy challenging the status quo in the design industry.
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS
The Salty Donut Wine Tasting
Join Abaco Wines & Wine Bar for one of our favorite wine tastings, The Salty Donut!!! We love pairing all kinds of wines with these delectable doughnuts. We have poured sparkling, sweet, dry, red, rosé, and white; see what combination we will come up wit
TACO & TEQUILA TUESDAYS AT ST. ROCH MARKET
Join us in Miami this spring for taco & tequila deals every Tuesday! Our vendor Hot Lime will be serving up $3 tacos while The Mayhaw bar will offer $6 margaritas and $3 Lunazul tequila shots.
Art Tours #atMDD
Join the Miami Design District, in partnership with Arts Encounters, for a free guided tour of the neighborhood’s world-renowned public art led by art critic, journalist and educator Margery Gordon.