Oasis design by artist Walter Hood

Don't miss PAMM Inside|Out Opa-locka installations throughout downtown

This Spring, Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) kicks off its second year of Inside|Out, which brings high-quality reproductions of art from the Museum's permanent collection to the community. OLCDC hosts Inside|Out in Opa-locka.

See the location of each of the 19 works located in Opa-locka here.

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OLCDC's 5th Annual Art of Transformation ends with screening of "The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution"


Read more at opalockaart.com.
OLCDC wins $450,000 multi-year grant for THRIVE Campus

OLCDC has received a $450,000 multi-year creative placemaking grant from ArtPlace America to support the urban farm, pop-up marketplace, and commercial kitchen components of THRIVE Campus.

~~See OLCDC's Grant Project Page and Art America's announcement for more details.


OLCDC named a 2016 Public Space Challenge finalist

OLCDC has been named a finalist in the Miami Foundation's 2016 Public Space Challenge, which aims to empower Miamians to improve, activate and create new public spaces in their neighborhoods.

OLCDC's idea, Competitions & Crescendos, is to host a series of friendly domino competitions with live musical performances to activate Opa-locka's underutilized parks and public spaces. OLCDC and other Challenge finalists will now work on developing full proposals for their ideas.


OLCDC & partners host Rhythm & Arts Poetry Production (RAPP) spring showcase

The Rhythm & Arts Poetry Production (RAPP) is an OLCDC pilot poet-in-residency project with Shameka "Poetry" Thomas, North Dade Middle School "Expressive Art" students, and O,Miami.

This culminating showcase featured students' original poetry, spoken word, and literary works as exciting performance pieces for the general public during O,Miami's Annual Poetry Festival.

RAPP is part of O,Miami's Annual Poetry Festival, whose mission is for everyone in Miami-Dade County to encounter a poem during the month of April (also National Poetry Month).

RAPP is also a feature of the April edition of META, OLCDC's monthly series to engage Opa-locka and greater South Florida by showcasing unique artists and cultural endeavors to build and support our creative community.

~ See Miami Herald coverage of the event.
~ See Miami Times coverage.


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