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Artists Open -Everyone is Welcome!!

  • The Fountainhead Studios 7238 Northwest Miami Court Miami, FL, 33150 United States (map)

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Fountainhead announces the inaugural edition of Artists Open, the first ever Miami-Dade County-wide open studios day.  Initiated by Fountainhead and supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, 19 artists complexes and studio communities and over 250 artists will open their studios to the public May 11, 2019 from 11am to 6pm.

With the support of Knight Foundation, The Fountainhead will host a countywide open studio event in Miami-Dade county, the first of its kind. The Fountainhead is on a mission to unite artists and raise awareness of the vast, incredible talent right here in our own backyard. 

On Saturday, May 11, 2019, from 11am to 6pm, 19 art studio complexes and studio communities, and artist’s studios within close proximity, will open their doors to the public.  Over 250 artists are participating.  The Fountainhead has been thorough in connecting with as many art studio complexes as possible for the big event. To keep navigation easy, we have focused on complexes and clusters of artist’s communities and studios.Complexes and communities, listed north to south, include; Bridge Red Art Complex, 8365 Studios, Fountainhead Studios, Visual Art Group, the Milk District, The Collective 62, Laundromat Art Space, ArtHood 56, Doral Art Studios, Hialeah Arts District, Bakehouse Art Complex, 27/20 Studios, Oolite Arts (Miami Beach), Mana Contemporary 777, Void Projects, Calle Ocho Arts District, 4700 @ Bird Road Arts District and Deering Estate. Dimensions Variable is hosting their grand opening and will be open 6-10pm ONLY.

Kathryn Mikesell, Co-founder and Executive Director of Fountainhead believes, “intimate access to artists and art opens people’s minds to the value of diversity and fosters dialogue, creating a more tolerant, engaged and inspired world.  To have a voice, artists need a sustainable career.  To be heard and to affect change, artists need a broad audience.” 

Because many of the studios are not generally open to the public, information regarding ADA accessibility, parking and nearby public transportation is being provided for each location via the website. 

As a green initiative we will not be distributing printed information or flyers.  We will be providing a comprehensive map via the website, linking all complexes and artists and well as utilizing social media and communication platforms.


Many artists will have works available for sale in their studios.