Happy Birthday Canada! Celebrate ‘Made in Canada 150’ with “Diversity is our Strength” – Macaya Wynwood with Consulate General of Canada
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Entitled “Diversity is our Strength”, the Macaya Gallery -http://macayagallery.com/ located in the heart of the Miami Wynwood Art District at 145 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL 33127 will feature contemporary artworks and live performance by Canadian Artists in commemoration of the 150th year of Canada’s Confederation.
Set to debut are 150 paintings by many of Canada’s most distinguished artists. The one night event is presided over by the Consulate General of Canada in Miami and under the direction of Patrick and Daniel Stanford.
fresh from a solo exhibit at the Shore Club – Art Basil Miami 2016 and Art Contemporary Los Angeles at VONDOM in the Los Angeles Pacific Design Center.
Do you want to make a difference? Take a cue from our neighbors to the North. Bring Canada 150 to life by taking action on issues that you care about. Join the hundreds of thousands of Canadians who have committed to creating a more caring, compassionate country through the WE Are Canada national campaign. The program empowers and inspires Canadians to gain a deeper understanding and resolve of local to global issues that will advance the nation’s next 150 years.
featuring Contemporary Artworks and live performance by Canadian Artists in commemoration of the 150th year of Canada’s Confederation. “Diversity is our strength”
The exhibition is comprised of paintings, sculptures, music and art installations, showcasing an eclectic mosaic of 150 Contemporary Artworks from emerging and renowned Canadian artists from diverse backgrounds, reflecting the rich regional and diversity of Canada’s multiculturalism.
Live performance by Juno nominated (Canadian equivalent of the Grammys) group “Silla” composed of Cynthia Pitsiulak and Charlotte Qamaniq, performing contemporary styles of throat singing and traditional Inuit throat songs that have been passed down and shared among gegenerations of Inuit women.
Award winning chef Tulio will be serving his take on Canadian peameal bacon complement by lip smacking Ceasar cocktails fashioned from aged premium Rum Barcelo by Bryan Pena & Media Partners.