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  • Clay World
    Using a colorful and sculptable palette of clay, Clay World instills aspiring artists with technical skills and helps cultivate creativity in young crafters. Graduates of Play-Doh's abstract expressionist school, age 4 and up, can enroll in one of claymaster Jorge Cruz's 90-minute sculpting sessions, offered after school on weekdays and during mornings and afternoons on Saturdays. Students will fashion playful figurines from colorful globs of synthetic polymer clay, honing motor skills while tickling imaginations with creative sculptures of dinosaurs, monsters, and their favorite secretaries of the interior. Jorge patiently leads youngsters and nascent crafters through clay-shaping basics, and molding maestros explore finger-twisting techniques such as pointillism and clay animation.
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    1410 20th St
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Miami Design Preservation
    Miami Design Preservation League stokes all sectors of the cerebrum with nonprofit cultural and educational programs, each designed to preserve, protect, and promote Miami's rich environmental and architectural integrity. During the 90-minute Art Deco District walking tour, local historians and architects will introduce artistically inclined walkers and lapsed ergonomists to the many structural styles found within the Miami Beach Architectural Historic District.
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    1001 Ocean Dr
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Artists at the Falls Art Studio
    At Artists at the Falls Studio, Talia Rodriguez's artistic voice and guidance helps to breathe life into the up-and-coming Falls Art District and imbue kids and adults with aesthetic judgment. Within a former industrial warehouse, Talia leads classes in acrylic and oil painting, lending advice or letting students freely explore portraits, still lifes, and abstract representations of their school's mystery meat. The fun of classes can be extended to day camps and birthday parties, which branch away from canvases to explore clay and international art projects. Talia also hosts BYOB classes during evening hours, allowing adults to find their inner Monet or O'Keeffe with the help of liquid inspiration.
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    12974 Southwest 89th Avenue
    Miami, FL US
  • Jerry's Artarama Miami
    Praised by the Miami New Times as 2010's Best One-Stop Art Depot, Jerry's Artarama is a sprawling 20,000-square-foot artists' oasis with a bounteous inventory of creative supplies. Aisles teem with the store's own proprietary product lines such as SoHo and Creative Mark, alongside imported products from around the world acquired through Jerry's relationships with international manufacturers. The store also stocks specialty and hard-to-find items that are rarely carried by large chain stores, such as specialty brushes for portraitists and extra-wide forks for professional mashed-potato sculptors.
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    1140 SW 67th Ave.
    Miami, FL US
  • Belly2Abs
    Belly2Abs founder Adriana Echeverri brings dance to unexpected places, opening Ireland?s first belly dancing school in 2006. Her Belly2Abs studios create a safe and harmonious space for women to work out and explore the undulating movements of belly dancing, tango, and flamenco. The studio?s diverse and international collection of instructors teach introductory steps to girls and lead up-tempo fitness classes that tone and burn calories.
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    2688 SW 28th Lane
    Coconut Grove, FL US
  • The Miami Symphony Orchestra
    Since 1989, The Miami Symphony Orchestra has mimicked Miami’s cultural diversity with concerts and events that act as a melting pot of musical influences. Music director Eduardo Marturet, a Venezuelan composer and conductor, helms many of the concerts, encouraging the musicians to unleash their inner Beethovens or Bachs—former members of the ’80s hair-metal band Skid Row.
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    11200 SW 8th St.
    Miami, FL US
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