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A group art exhibition; a multi-media artistic interpretation; 5 artists AND work by Miami's Design Architecture Senior High (DASH) These are interpretations of different qualities of light through installations. OPENS publically November 29 from 7 to 9 pm Maor Gallery 3030 NE 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33137 305.573.9995

Midtown's Maor Gallery hosts SukkahART Festival: Family Fun Day, Art Opening and More

Visit Miami's first contemporary art Sukkah at Maor's Sukkah Events October 12-18 Maor Gallery (3030 NE 2nd Ave, Miami)

MIAMI – Harnessing the energy of the vibrant arts communities surrounding Maor’s 2nd Avenue location near Midtown Miami, Wynwood and the Design District, Maor will host two community dinners, a “Family Fun Day” with art and music for children, and a fine art opening during the SukkahART Festival. No Jewish organization in Miami fuses tradition and artistic expression like Maor Miami. The festival will culminate with the opening of a contemporary exhibition of new sculptural and performance works from four emerging artists, titled Four Species. A full schedule of events is listed below and in more detail at

  • Wed. 10/12, 7:30 pm – SukkahART Community Dinner A festive holiday dinner in Maor’s sukkah, open to all members of the community. View a preview of Four Species, an exhibit of new works from four emerging artists in reference to Sukkot. Please RSVP. Covert $26, Student $18, Sponsor $72.

  • Thurs. 10/13, 8 pm-10 pm – SukkahART Young Professionals Dinner A festive holiday dinner in Maor’s SukkahART. This event is co-sponsored by Birthright Israel NEXT and open to all young professionals. View a preview of Four Species, an exhibit of new works from four emerging artists in reference to Sukkot. Please RSVP. Covert $26, Student $18, Sponsor $72.

  • Sun. 10/16, 2 pm-4 pm – SukkahART Family Fun Day Children will create their very own “green” sukkah, created with recycled materials at this festive family art experience. Activities will be led by Jewish educator and Tel Aviv Art Academy graduate, Vered Pasternak. Snacks will be provided. Please RSVP. Cost is $5 per child.

  • Tues. 10/18, 7 pm -9 pm – “Four Species” Exhibition Opening Four Species is a contemporary group show curated by Jon Feinstein (co-founder and Curatorial Director of the Humble Arts Foundation, NY) and Shana Beth Mason (Miami-based art consultant and critic) that will incorporate new works from four emerging artists in reference to Sukkot. Free and open to the public. The exhibition will feature two sculptural works, a live performance and a wall of the sukkah creatively re-imagined.

For more details visit | Purchase tickets online | Free onsite parking!

ABOUT MAOR: Maor is a dynamic, vibrant center for Jewish spiritual growth and discovery that offers poignant and relevant programs combining spirituality and art within the urban social milieu, in a tone that is engaging and exciting. The 1,800-square foot space is host to classes, workshops and rotating art exhibits. For more information, visit or “like” us on Facebook at

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Cordially invite you to participate in the creation process of ON THE EDGE OF LIGHT A special landmark exhibition to take place during Miami Art week and Art Basel 2011

PREVIEW Thursday, September 22, 2011, 6 PM - 8 PM Maor Gallery- 3030 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, 33137 Free onsite parking

6:30 PM Artist's talk and presentation 7 PM L'chaim toast welcoming the Jewish new year 5772 By guest of honor Stewart Merkin 7:15 PM Original performance by Fernando Calzadilla

Light refreshments & L'chaim Sponsored by Prairie Organic Vodka

ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBITION Tina Spiro Fernando Calzadilla Paul Stoppi Janet Slom Yasmin Spiro Hans Evers and the students of DASH

Suggested tax deductible donation $50 (per person) ORIGINAL ARTISTS' ARTWORKS GIFTED TO DONORS $250, $500 OR $1,000 RSVP please - www,

ABOUT ON THE EDGE OF LIGHT promises to be a landmark exhibition - a fusion of cutting edge contemporary art uniting interior and exterior space to bend, reflect and amplify light in all its manifestations.

This exhibition will feature five artists and a streetscape incorporating the trees along NE 2nd Avenue with the participation of students of the Design and Architecture Senior High School in Miami coordinated by their sculpture professor Hans Evers.

The theme of light is embodied in the word "Maor." In Kabbalistic philosophy the Maor is the source of light and the place to which all light gravitates. The mission of the gallery is to become a source of light and a conduit for Jewish spiritual exploration and discovery.