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Thought-Provokers: Downtown & Brickell

Miami has always had an artistic soul. The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community. Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive. Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Downtown & Brickell that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Rufina Sky

I’ve always been creative. I’ve tried so many things: doing art and graphic designs, dancing and acting, making unique jewelry and accessories. However, I knew for sure that I didn’t find my true passion. So, I waited and decided to listen to my heart. My first experience with flowers was on Thanksgiving. Read more>>

Elizabeth Ann Clark

Ever since I heard trance music from the early 2000’s I wanted to make electronic music. Around that time I would spend hours building custom maps in Warcraft III. These interests really began to evolve into making electronic music and video games when I moved to Miami in 2014. Read more>>

Valerie Mesa

My name is Valerie Mesa, and I’m a Miami-based astrologer, mystic, and freelance writer. I grew up in a family full of witchy women, where spirituality and ritual magic were a way of life, as it runs deep in our blood line. Read more>>

CRUD Band

CRUD started off as a bass (Julie) and drum (Mariel) two piece in 2015. We grew up around punk music with our respective bands, Snakehole and Sauna Heat. We were both always into the heavier sounds of doom metal. Read more>>

Augusto Esquivel

I started working for artists as an assistant and quickly realized I had ideas that were worth exploring. I have a creative mind and ideas were bubbling up. I think we all have an artistic side; is part of being human. Read more>>

Azeez Bakare

I did start out stumbling upon photography through my first 3D Visualization position in Washington, DC — but since we last spoke, I am even more focused on building out the 3D Visualization department of the studio. Read more>>

Jennifer Noll, Walter Santiago and Kcull MarketPlace

From this discovery we created Kcüll.com a virtual marketplace for artist, handwerkers and visionaries to share their stories and sell thier work. We were fortunate when the opportunity presented itself in June 2018 and we were able to open a brick and moratar in the heart of Calle Ocho, Kcüll Marketplace. Read more>>

Registered Artist

RA is a voracious guerilla artist who puts his work on display through stencils, decals, wheat pastes, murals, and stickers both at home and throughout his travels worldwide. Yet Registered Artist finds the time to exhibit his art regularly in solo and group art shows in local galleries as well as in other parts of the world. Read more>>

Wuilfredo Soto

At the beginning of my career I found myself immersed in Pop Art and Kinetic Art a few years ago. I focused my research on the latter, without going through an academy, I take advantage of the experience of creating and developing three-dimensional works with the use of different materials. Read more>>

Reshma Anwar

After that year I came to Philadelphia to study Dance (BFA) and Music Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology in Music (minor) at The University of the Arts. Afterwards, I moved to Miami, then New York, where I attended The Ailey School, and now back to Miami to dance professionally. Read more>>

Rio Dios Mio and Sofia Luna

Moon River Cabaret is not a place, a person, nor just a company, it is more of a living thing that keeps growing, learning, and adapting. It is the creative art child of Miami locals and powerhouse pair, Sofia Luna and Rio Chavarro. Read more>>

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