Miami 2015

Mars Molecule @ Miami Project

Mario Martinez (Mars-1)

December 1st-6th @ Miami Project
The Pool @ The Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Ave, Miami

Heron Arts presents three nine foot sculptures from Mario Martinez. The Mars Molecule Project will be on view around the beachfront pool at The Deauville Beach Resort, as part of Miami Project.

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One Found Sound 3/2

One Found Sound

Friday December 11th, 8pm

One Found Sound's second concert of their third season: 3/2, featuring an exciting combination of classics and rarely performed masterworks. Edgar Varèse's Octandre, Pyotr Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings in C major, Op. 48, and Benjamin Britten's Sinfonetta, Op. 1.

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In Review

The New Orleanian

Rebirth Brass Band

Saturday November 7th, 6-11pm

Open Gallery Hours
November 10th-13th (Tues-Fri), 3-7pm
November 14th (Sat), 12-5pm
November 17th-18th (Tues-Wed), 3-7pm

Heron Arts is pleased to present The New Orleanian: A Nola inspired art, music, food, and spirits experience. We are honored to be partnering with the New Orleans Musicians' Clinic, a non-profit organization providing medical care and social services to musicians based in New Orleans. Together, we are proud to bring the Grammy award winning Rebirth Brass Band to Heron Alley in the SOMA district of San Francisco. We will be closing traffic on the alley to welcome Rebirth and all other things Nola.

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100 × 2

Zhen Zeng, Reina Takahashi

Friday October 23rd, 7-10pm

In 2015, Zhen Zeng and Reina Takahashi, among thousands of other artists, created within the hashtag #The100DayProject. They met the encouragement and support of other artists, reached new countries, and interacted with new audiences. The wildfire was alive and well.

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In Review

Street Opera

Khalik Allah

Saturday August 15th, 6-9pm

Khalik Allah's Street Opera is a vivid and visceral portrayal of urban life and the human characters that inhabit it. Shooting at 125th and Lexington in Harlem, Allah's street photography gives a powerful glimpse into the spirit and character of those living in poverty.

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