Enjoy free admission from noon to 4 pm on the third Sunday of every month! Each monthly Free Arts! Family Days explores a new theme through a S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art and math) lens, giving families time to interact and create something inspired by that month’s topic. All activities are designed to be accessible for young visitors while also engaging the young at heart. Free Arts! Family Days use each monthly focus to encourage creativity and collaboration among families and friends.


We hope to see you there!

July Theme: Bookmarks Abound

Guest Artist: Ingrid Schindall of IS Projects 

Sunday, July 17, 2022

Gallery Open: Noon - 4 pm


Guest artist Ingrid Schindall will activate the printing press on view in the gallery by giving a presentation of bookmarks she made just for our show! Visitors will get the chance to design and decorate their own bookmarks taking inspiration from the many materials available in the exhibition.

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About the Artist: :
Ingrid Schindall is a passionate and productive printmaker and book artist based in Fort Lauderdale. She is almost always found standing next to a press at IS Projects, the fine-art printmaking studio she founded. She has a methodical yet curious and experimental studio practice. Her prints and artist books have been exhibited internationally and nationally. She is devoted to her writing practice and has produced six limited-edition books, all written, designed, handprinted, and bound by the artist

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Family Days

August Theme: Zany Zines

With guest artist
Russell Maycumber

Sunday, August 21, 2022

Noon - 4 pm

Exhibition On View:


All children must be accompanied by an adult.


About the Artist: 
Edny Jean Joseph is a Haitian American artist and designer born and raised in Miami. After graduating from Miami Edison Senior High School, he worked with artist Amanda Keeley at EXILE Books, helping to organize their nomadic Miami Zine Fair. He briefly attended New World School of the Arts, but left to create artwork outside of an academic setting. 

June Theme: Collaborative Zine-Making with Exile Arts

Guest Artist: Edny Jean Joseph 


Learn to express yourself in new and unique ways through the cool and crafty process of zine-making in a collaborative workshop with guest artist Edny Jean Joseph from EXILE Books! Zines are self-made publications made of found texts and images. This workshop is an explorative space where visitors can contribute their own creative expressions. At the end of the exhibition, EXILE will print these materials to create a free community zine!

In addition, we will premiere Joseph’s new free zine in the EXILE Zine Machine newspaper box which will be featured in the exhibition. Come get your zine before they are gone!


May Theme: Foiled Again!

Sunday, May 15, 2022

Gallery Open: Noon - 4 pm


On Sunday, May 15, as we honored the work of Swiss sculptor, Alberto Giacometti. Using aluminum foil, artists of all ages will leave with their own sculpture that combines the anatomy of the human body and engineering.  

April Theme: Earth Day Eco-Journal

Saturday, April 16, 2022*

Gallery Open: Noon - 4 pm

Create your own field guide notebook to document your creative nature discoveries in honor of Earth Day on Friday, April 22, 2022. 

March Theme: Modeling the Reef with C[H]ORAL STORIES
Guest Artist Beatriz Chachamovits

Sunday, March 20, 2022

Join C(h)oral Stories exhibiting artist Beatriz Chachamovits for the Free Arts! Family Day activity “Modeling the Reef”. Visitors will learn about our underwater ecosystems through an interactive marine ecology lesson followed by a coral sculpting workshop led by the artist on how to craft their own ceramic coral sculptures. Visitors will create their own clay corals through hand-building and mold-making clay forms. This STEAM-based project encourages education on coral reefs, community activitism and engagement, and creativity for all ages. 


About Beatriz Chachamovits

Beatriz Chachamovits is a Brazilian artist, ocean activist, and cultural producer from São Paulo. Her multi-media work highlights the decline of the coral reef ecosystems and the human effects on ocean conservancy. Like the reef itself, her work uses several underlying structures – interdependence, diversity, and scale – to organize collective empathy. Her work has been shown in multiple art institutions, museums, and galleries in Brazil. Chachamovits is currently a resident at the Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami.