Local Art Galleries Miami & Sunny Isles Beach Attractions

Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
(305) 374-2444
25 SE 2nd Avenue, Suite 415
Miami, FL
Features dance and theatre performances along with the Miami International Film Festival. The Gusman Center began its life as a silent movie palace in 1926.

Miami Art Museum (Miami Dade Cultural Center)
(305) 375.3000
101 West Flagler Street
Miami, FL
Stimulate your imagination and inspire new ways of seeing and thinking.

The Haitian Art Factory
(305)758-6939
835 N.E. 79 Street
Miami, FL
Features a collection of fine and exotic Haitian art specializing in works by Fritzner Alphonse, Ernst Louizor, Andre Pierre and Laurenceau

Bettcher Gallery
(305) 758-7556
5582 NE Fourth Court
Miami, FL
The Bettcher Gallery embraces the artist who challenges conventional expectation in concept or design yet excels in formality, technical expertise, craftsmanship, and originality.

Barbara Gillman Gallery
(800) 688-7079
2320 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL
Barbara Gillman Gallery features contemporary American and Latin American painting, sculpture, ceramics, works on paper, mixed media, photography including jazz photography and prints.

Miami Art Walk
Lincoln Road in Miami Beach
Takes place the second Saturday of every month, 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Sponsored by the Art Center of South Florida.

Art Deco Historic District
Four of the local architectural districts (Espanola Way, Collins / Washington Avenues, Museum and Flamingo Park) comprise the National Register Art Deco District. Other local districts are Altos Del Mar, Harding Townsite/South Altos Del Mar, Ocean Beach, Palm View and the John S. Collins Waterfront Historic District. A tenth district, the North Beach Resort Historic District, with a significant number of buildings was recently designated.