Where is all the art?
It’s not just Art Basel anymore, there are so many satellite fairs it’s hard to keep track. Check out this interactive map and stay oriented.
Basel remakes Miami
“This city has worn many tags through the decades: It has been a place to honeymoon and retire, to buy cocaine and dodge bullets, to sample Little Havana and party all night. But art was never high on the to-do list.” Art Basel changed that forever. Read the rest of today’s great New York Times article that highlights just how profound and radical the art fair’s impact has...
The LAB Miami Art Basel Music Guide
The best byproduct of Art Basel is the unofficial music festival that invades the Miami night after the galleries close their doors. The LAB has put together a calendar to help you keep track of all the shows going on this week. Art really does love music. Download it here
Miami Book Fairaoke and Literary Death Match
The Miami Book Fair International started on November 13, but today kicks off the street fair. The weather doesn’t seem to be on board, but it’s free and worth your time. Our two favorite book fair events are happening tonight. First of all, head to Lester’s for the 1st annual Miami Book Fairaoke brought to you by the hilarious and crazy-smart folk of the University of Wynwood....
A must-watch video : Here Comes the Neighborhood. Wynwood has never looked this good. As the excitement for Art Basel builds, this video shows all the art that is going on outside of the white museum walls and curated booths. The art is on the streets. This is the trailer for a series of episodes about the neighborhood. So damn exciting.
Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Never thought you’d spend a thursday night in Miami with Mr. Rogers? Well tonight The Black Key Group and Yo Miami want you to be a good neighbor and swing by for some good food, art and music. The event is going down in one of Wynwood’s newest neighbor’s backyard, Found , an amazing new store that’s refurbishing vintage furniture for modern times. Performing live...
1% of Nothing →
Startup equity meets philanthropy. The recently launched organization 1% of Nothing, founded by Matt Galligan and Shervin Pishevar, allows startups to donate equity stake in their company to a charitable cause. Will your startup take the 1% pledge?
“If you are not told you are crazy, you are not thinking big enough” A must-watch and inspiring video from the CEO of Endeavor, Linda Rottenberg. Also, check out http://www.endeavor.org/ They work with entrepreneurs in emerging markets providing mentor-ship and funding to creative individuals, creating jobs and revenues in countries all over the world.
GREAT NEWS! The House passed a couple of bills that will make it easier for...– Read more: http://www.portfolio.com/business-news/2011/11/03/house-passes-two-bills-to-help-startups-raise-capital#ixzz1dFO3zh6V