Boasting one of the Southeast's most distinguished permanent collections, the Lowe presents a variety of multicultural exhibitions and special events throughout the year.
Held each January, this free annual festival is Miami's oldest juried fine art show, featuring more than 300 artists from across the nation working in a dazzling variety of mediums.
This 2,200-square-foot gallery hosts a variety of exhibits, including several shows highlighting the work of students in photography, printmaking, graphic design, and sculpture.
Open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the gallery of the School of Architecture presents varied exhibitions focusing on architecture and design; the center's Glasgow Hall hosts an array of lectures on architectural topics.
UM Gallery Nights
On the first Thursdays during the academic year, the Lowe Art Museum hosts the exciting LoweDown Happy Hour event. This monthly event is designed to broaden and deepen public knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of the visual arts, encourage membership to the Lowe, and enhance academic and public awareness and appreciation of art in general. Each month has a different theme and includes a gallery tour or lecture, light hors d’oeuvres, and bar. The crowd is diverse with Lowe members of all ages, patrons from the community, young professionals, as well as UM faculty, staff, and students with proper ID. $10 Admission; Free for Lowe members
These sculptures will be placed outside at various locations around the Coral Gables campus as part of a program to bring art to a campus long noted for its green lawns, palm trees, and exotic plants.
The UM Project Space is a 3800 square foot exhibition space in Miami's Wynwood Art District. Housed in a distinctive Art Deco building on the corner of NW 2nd Ave and NW 22nd Street, the UM Project Space presents critically acclaimed exhibitions on the second Saturday of every month, as well as during Art Basel Miami Beach in December. The address is 2200-A NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127.