Introducing to the public for the first time, a series of multi-media events from a pair of unique creators with a truly entrepreneurial vision. “Art Avenue” debuts this Saturday, June 11th, 2011 from 2pm-10pm at the Four Ambassadors Bodegon de Brickell (restaurant and bar) located at 801 Brickell Bay Drive #2 Miami.
“Art Avenue” Is: An event series and Art initiative where visual and fine arts meet production. The concept was created by CEO Laura Morello and Operations Manager Carina Belmonte who together started “Art Avenue” in Venezuela. Morello, with a background in social media and well on her way to achieving her Masters in film production here in Miami, and Belmonte, with a journalism degree who has worked closely with prominent media companies in Venezuela, are a tireless team with a grand vision of helping emerging and professional Artists of all genres achieve a voice and a platform in Miami for their work to be seen and sold.
Highlights: The debut “Art Avenue” event will include pre-recorded interviews playing on big screens featuring each individual artist’s talent and products for buyers and enthusiasts to preview. Clothing and accessory designers, some from Miami International University of Design including Morello’s own line of “So Kyut” accessories, will be featured on the “Art Avenue” runway next to booths where Artists; painters, designers, sculptors and otherwise creative minds will display their works both live and virtually by utilizing TV screens and the Internet. There will surely be surprises for guests to enjoy along with complimentary entrance, entertainment by a live local DJ and gourmet catering and cocktail specials.
Location: Brickell is the financial center of the major Arts and Entertainment – driven City of Miami, where multi-media and Art industry professionals collide. Today represents a new era of recession and do-it-yourself, where Art has been assigned a new identity by an information technology – obsessed and entrepreneurial generation. “We are holdong our first event in Brickell, where there are so many people who want to support the Arts” says Belmonte. “Art Avenue” is another creative solution born of the idea of the importance of bringing Art to the people.
In the Future: “Art Avenue” will be held every two to three months based on public demand and its creators’ instincts on where they feel the public will most likely enjoy it. With such an amazing start and the vision and drive of the professionals behind the concept, “Art Avenue” will surely be a name we all continue to hear about in Miami.