|Second Annual Family Day will be held Sunday at Bakehouse Art Complex (Photo courtesy of BAC).|
561 N.W. 32nd St., Miami, 305-576-2628, Bacfl.org
Second Annual Family Day offers guests a chance to finger crochet or bead accessories, get their face painted or make a lunch box, birdhouse or herb pot with Bakehouse artists. The event, which includes food trucks and live music from Nestor Zurita Jazz Quartet, runs noon to 5 p.m. April 22. Cost: $5 per family.
The exhibition is also a good opportunity to check out Recently Acquired, the Bakehouse's most recent show featuring works by artists who have joined the Bakehouse during the last year. Exhibiting artists include Joanna Brussow, Toa Castellanos, Marcelo Daldoce, Silvana D’Mikos, Marina Font, Michael Gellatly, Judith Berk King, Andres Martinez, Carolina Rojas, Paul Saint Laurent and Jose Vasquez-Figueroa, as well as another exhibition titled This & That in the Bakehouse's Swenson Gallery.
1310 Gallery (Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts)
1310 Middle St., Fort Lauderdale, 305-975-6262, Sailboatbendartists.com
Sounds on the Bend will feature music by Aaron Marcus Payne, Edan Archer, Audrey Soulard and Sarah Walker as well as a chance to view Rites of Spring, en exhibition featuring work by resident artists Asanyah Davidson, Christine Velez Stone, Jeffery Oliver, Jeremiah Jenner, Louis Davis, Niki Lopez, Philip Curtis, Sonia Baez-Hernandez, Suzanna Murphy, Tabatha Mudra and Yudelka Tavern, from 3-6 p.m. April 22.
Museum of Art
1 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-525-5500, Moafl.org
All Together Now will celebrate Earth Day with a build-your-own-terrarium party that runs 10 a.m. to noon (for parents and kids 17 and younger) and 1-3 p.m. (for ages 18 and up) April 22 in the Museum Breezeway. Each participant should bring one plastic or glass container that holds no more than half a gallon. At 1 p.m., also in the breezeway, there will be a discussion with Cadence/Landscape Architecture and Urban Design about improving your living environment at home and work. Admission is free.
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