T10 Events Bulletin - Weekly Events Curated by MoMo Willy

This Week

Our top choices for this week. Click for more info and to purchase tickets!


#art #educational

#art #free #family

IGNITE Broward features immersive large-scale projection mapping and interactive light sculptures and installations in Fort Lauderdale and Dania Beach, Florida.

#art #cultural #livemusic #family

New York Times best-selling author KWAME ALEXANDER brings two of his beloved children’s books—Acoustic Rooster and Indigo Blumeto the stage in a world premiere Kennedy Center commission. Alexander teams up with his writing partner MARY RAND HESS and long-time musical collaborator RANDY PRESTON to tell a story about being scared, being brave, and believing in yourself. With special guests like Duck Ellington and Ms. Dairy Parton—this musical adaptation will have children (and families) dancing in their seats. Starts Jan 28.

Tickets include complimentary pre-show activities. Complimentary pre-show art activity provided by the Museum of Discovery & Science!

#art #educational #cultural

As part of this series of events local Hollywood Artists will open their studios doors to visitors to share their work and insight on their process. Work will be presented in private studio spaces and public art spaces throughout the city with maps being distributed at each venue and at a kick off reception at the Art & Culture Center the night before on Friday January 27th from 6-8pm!

#art #ducational #cultural

walls turned sideways are bridges: narratives of necessity disrupts, illuminates and reframes images and materials within a historical context in response to the social phenomenon surrounding "Black Resistance," which is the theme for Black History Month, established by the Association for the Study of African American Life and History.

The exhibition focuses on the evolution of radical community activist movements that became prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Through organizations like the Black Panther Party, The Young Lords Party, Brown Berets, the American Indian Movement and others, young people became the vanguard for social change felt nationally and globally

#livemusic #comedy #poetry #foodanddrink


#foodanddrink #educational #family #outdoors

#art #educational #cultural #nostalgia

Playwright and Opa-Locka native Aurin Squire’s latest play explores a coming-of-age story of sexual discovery set in his own hardscrabble Miami neighborhood circa 1984. The play is about an age of innocence, or perhaps innocence lost: The title subject reigns over popular culture, and he may as well be a deity to a group of young Opa-Locka locals aspiring to be the “gloved one.” But it’s also a time of incipient gentrification and drug trafficking, and Squire’s play captures a moment in history that continues to resonate.

Palm Beach

#fashion #networking #blackbusiness #art #cultural

The Great Outdoors

#wellness #outdoors #eco #educational #cultural

Skyward Kites is the best place for the local community and visitors to experience a relaxing kite-flying day in South Florida. The ocean breeze provides the perfect wind for different levels of kite flying, and the kite field is large enough to accommodate everyone. Whether you are an experienced kite flyer or it's your first time, we are happy to help you assemble your kite, if neccesary, and provide you with kite flying tips to make you fly like a pro in minutes.

Early Bird - Buy Tickets In Advance

#livemusic #cultural #throwback

#livemusic #art #animals

The NY Cat Film Festival™ is an exploration through film of the fascinating felines who share our lives, creating a shared audience experience that inspires, educates and entertains. Opens Feb 11. Get tickets now.

#fthrowback #art #liveperformance #cultural

Originally performed by the Negro Ensemble Company, The River Niger is a Tony Award-winning drama about a Harlem family whose son returns from the Air Force not as the hero they had anticipated. His association with a militant group abroad has been infiltrated by a police informer who brings the unrest of South Africa to their door.

Spotlight Event

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Celebrating our 4th Roller Boogie, we are back to movin' & groovin' on our skates at the heart of the Design District. DRESS CODE THEME: Boogie Nights Sparkling Lights (Bring Your Own Bling, Sequins, Lights...etc.)

Presented by the Miami Design District: This event welcomes all ages, all types of skates and all levels of skaters.

Bring your own Rollerskates or Rollerblades (Limited Skate Rentals are Available)

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