FAMILY DAY!

FAMILY DAY!

Join the Miami Design District and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, for our FREE Family Day!

Activities include:

ICA Miami - 61 NE 41 St

Large-Scale Collaborative Project by Guest Artist Alejandra Abad
Join in and create a springtime display in the Sculpture Garden

ICA Miami Member Only Artist Meet-and-Greet
Meet Guest Artist Alejandra Abad and get a behind-the-scenes look at how large-scale installation art projects are created from 12 - 1 pm.

Found-Object Flowers
Form flowers from everyday materials and add them to the garden

Spring Pinwheels
Construct brightly colored pinwheels that spin in the wind

Branch Out
Make your mark on our growing Spring Tree

Sidewalk Chalk Maze
Get down and use chalk to decorate a mural maze around the Garden

Bug Slime
Slimy bugs are part of our garden in this sensory-friendly play activity

Interactive Storytelling- Sessions held at 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm, 3:30 pm
Take part in a story based on Cloth Lullaby: The Woven Life of Louise Bourgeois

Jade Alley - 172 NE 41st St

Spring has Sprung in the Alley!

C’est Chou by Sienna
Spring/Summer 2018 Fashion Picks

Wishing Trees
Add a wish to the blooming trees in Jade Alley

Build A Basket
Make A Spring Egg Hunt Basket


Paradise Plaza - 151 NE 41st St

Break the Bubble - ongoing
Pop, play, and chase giant bubbles created by The Miami Bubble Man


Nite Owl Theater - 3930 NE 2nd Ave #201

The Care Bears Movie- Screenings at 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm

Presented by Wizard Video

Complimentary Parking Vouchers for Paradise Plaza garage available at ICA Miami Visitor Services.

RSVP HERE

OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS
FAMILY DAY! Holiday themed fun!
Watches & Wonders Miami Led by the Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie in partnership with the Miami Design District, this second edition is a unique opportunity to discover the latest trends in watches and jewelry.
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.