|The Nightclub will present Call Time: 7 p.m. featuring artists Jillian Mayer, David Rohn and Antonia Wright on June 15.|
180 N.E. 39th St., Miami, 305-299-6155, 801projects.com
Call Time: 7 p.m., presented by The Nightclub, is the third of a dozen events involving artists and producers who aim to create dialogue through curated exhibitions in a one-night venue. The most recent is produced by A.G. Viva and features Jillian Mayer, David Rohn and Antonia Wright whose decisions about how they want to be represented in a single image featured in the September issue of Cultured Magazine will be discussed and questioned. The open dressing room will be located on the second floor of the Buena Vista Building, but the photo shoot set is closed to the public. The events runs 7-11 p.m. June 15.
90 N.W. 29th St., Miami, 305-571-9970, O-cinema.org
Invisible Bands, billed as Greg McLaughlin's guerilla documentary that documents the nearly forgotten punk/new wave music scene of the late 1970s and early '80s, uses "one camera, found footage and exclusive interviews with those still around" in "a time capsule of a lost scene and those who created it." The film, which debuted in March at Fort Lauderdale's Cinema Paradiso, features footage of Critical Mass, The Eat, Charlie Pickett, The Cichlids, The Reactions, The Front, Screamin' Sneakers and dozens of other acts, June 15 and 16. After the film (on both nights) there will be a question and answer session featuring Charlie Pickett (Charlie Pickett & The Eggs), Isaac Baruch (The Reactions, US Furies) and Rat Bastard (Myron & the 2Wotz, Dengon). Tickets are $10.50 and for a $1.57 fee can be ordered online at Eventbrite.com/event/3676426290.
|"On the Way Back" from Jacqueline Gopie's exhibition Full Circle at UM College of Arts and Sciences|
Wesley Foundation Building,. 1210 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables, 305-284-3161, As.miami.edu
Full Circle is a solo exhibition by Jacqueline Gopie, an artist who is currently exploring "memory, identity and class struggle in the Post–Colonial Caribbean culture, combining childhood recollections with experiences from a recent trip to Jamaica." According to a press release from the gallery, "The over-paintings, multiple versions, and cancellations — like stories told from memory — reframe each telling of the presented imagery. The resultant reductions of subject matter, combined with a surreal, tropical palette, evoke feelings and impressions – not minute details of an event or circumstance, similar to the feeling that a fading memory brings." The show runs through June 22, with an opening reception 5-9 p.m. June 15. Regular gallery hours are noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.
Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery
605 Lake Ave., Lake Worth, 561-588-8344, Clayglassmetalstone.com
The Oddity of the Artist, an invitational group exhibition hosted by Betty Wilson and Linda Manganaro and featuring two- and three-dimensional works by South Florida artists, opens 6-9 p.m. June 15 and runs through June 30.