The Bird Road Art District was originally an industrial area by the railroad tracks, the area began attracting artists in the 1980s; slowly rows of slanted warehouses were converted into individual artist studios and soon the artists began organizing open studios inviting the public to view their artwork. By the year 2000, the area was officially designated an art district by Miami-Dade
During the summer of 2010 a group of artists came together to organize the Bird Road Art Walk, an event created to revive interest in the area and provide more visibility to participating artists, galleries and creative businesses'.
Today the Bird Road Art District continues to attract creative types and is the home to a thriving community of more than 20+ artists and an up and coming art scene, featuring a broad range of contemporary, emerging and established artists working in a variety of mediums as well as a mix of art schools, alternative spaces, a live theater group called Akuara Teatro and Speak Fridays! a stage for spoken word that happens every Friday night.
Experience Miami's Art Scene at the
Bird Road Art Walk!
If you haven't been to the Bird Road Art Walk, you're missing out on the walk that does away with formal galleries and takes you behind-the-scenes into the working studios of 20+ Miami-based independent artists and alternative spaces.
On the third Saturday of every month the artists studios and galleries open their doors from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm, each venue presents their own exhibits and artistic vibes to create a unique experience for art collectors and enthusiasts alike. Here the emphasis is all about the ART.
The Bird Road Art Walk is organized by an alliance of artists and creative businesses founded in 2010. The member-powered organization promotes and funds experiences that bring artists, art enthusiasts, collectors and the South Florida community to the Bird Road Art District. Please contact us if you would like to be involved with the Bird Road Art Walk at 305.467.6819.
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Miguel Rodez Art Projects
MANO Fine Art Project Space