Considered one of the top 10 outdoor art shows in the country, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival will once again bring Miami’s beloved neighborhood to life as it celebrates six decades of creativity. The three-day festival will feature over 280 internationally recognized, jury-selected artists showcasing their works of art all along Biscayne Bay
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Fifteen talented Miami-Dade County high-school students were just awarded scholarship funding. Each student was jointly awarded a $3,000 check by the Coconut Grove Arts Festival Board of Directors and EngageLive, producers of the annual festival.
Approximately 100 new artists have been added to the Coconut Grove Festival\’s roster. Some of those artists have even agreed to “donate” art, which will be earmarked for the Young Collectors Club, a place within the show where kids carrying a few dollars can go inside without their parents to purchase their first work of art. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The Coconut Grove Arts Festival Unveils Its Annual Commemorative Poster To Immortalize Their 59th Year
Taking place over President\’s Day weekend, February 18, 19, and 20, the art festival turns 59 this year. The commemorative poster was unveiled at a private event in CocoWalk on the evening of January 26 in front of Coconut Grove Arts & Historical Association board members and their guests. In celebration of reaching this landmark achievement, board members have been working diligently to put together a spectacular show. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The arts festival has revamped its emerging artist program to be a more robust mentoring program to help create the next generation of art show artists. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
\”This festival is rated among the top-three outdoor art fairs in the country by Sunshine Artists. Their metric is based on actual art sales and voted by the artists themselves,\” said Nathan Kurland, CGAF chair.
The popular Miami festival will be back at full capacity and promises to be bigger than ever before.
The iconic event that took place for 57 years was just canceled for February 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The CGAF joins a growing list of events in the area, including Art Basel, to be canceled in 2020 and 2021. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Those who once gave the Grove and nearby communities a soundtrack: David Crosby. Joni Mitchell. Bobby Ingram. Jimmy Buffett. Michael Martin Murphy. Tom Rush. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE