FAMILY DAY!

FAMILY DAY!

Join the Miami Design District and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, for our FREE Family Day! Come in costume and join us for a Fashion and Design themed day! 

Enjoy winter and holiday themed art activities, story sessions, and surprise guest appearances.

ICA Miami: 61 NE 41 St

Wrap It Up: Create colorful gift wrapping paper using stamps and stencils. 

Make-a-Flake: Shape sparkly snowflakes to create your own winter wonderland at home!  

Spread the Cheer: Join the card-making station and make fun holiday cards to give to family and friends.

CIVICKIDS: Story Wheels: Spin the giant word wheel, create random sentences, and bring it all together in a funny winter-inspired drawing. In partnership with CMA of NYC.

Interactive Story Sessions: Take part in an inspiring story about the winter holiday season.

Sessions at 1:30, 2:30, 3:30pm.

Sensory-Friendly Space: Recommended for children of all ages with sensory processing and autism spectrum disorders. This inclusive space has modifications to sound and light levels and appropriate hands-on art activities.

Paradise Plaza: 151 NE 41st St

The Art for Life Project by Whimsy World: Design a postcard, write a special holiday message, and Whimsy World will deliver it to children in hospitals nationwide. Enjoy local artists live painting Art for Life Art Carts to benefit local children’s hospitals.

Nite Owl Theater: 3930 NE 2 Ave #201

The Muppets Christmas Carol (1992)

Screenings at 12, 2, 4pm

Presented by Wizard Video

Complimentary parking vouchers available in limited quantity at ICA Miami check-in for Museum Garage on NE 41 St.

RSVP HERE

OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS
Miami Symphony Orchestra LIVE in the Design District! On January 25, enjoy a performance by the Miami Symphony Orchestra. The Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), now in its historic 28th season, is Miami's hometown professional symphony and a valuable contributor to Miami's cultural fabric.
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.