Anyone who’s staying in Miami should always look out for events that might peak their interest.
Job seekers might be interested to attend one of Kendale Lakes Branch Library’s Career Source & Employability Workshops. This event is free and will be held on November 16, 17 and 19.
Are you an art enthusiast? Then here are some suggestions for things to do this week.
Over at Bayfront Park is the Fernando Botero Monumental Sculpture Exhibit. This exhibit, in partnership with the Nder Latin American Art Museum, will be featuring 15-large scale by world-renowed Columbian artists, Fernando Botero. This sculpture exhibit will be open from November 16 all the way to January.
The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood will be hosting an art show named Sailing to Byzantium. Spearheaded by Nina Surel, this is show featuring her latest work. Alongside her will be works by Snatiago Rubina (Light Out of Darkness), Oliver Wasow (Studio Portraits), Gustavi Oviedo (The New Past) and Michael Namkung (Levitation and Gravitas). You can view the gallery starting November 17.
Over at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is the art show Miso Chic on November 17 at 8pm. This special event will bring viewers to a whole new theatrical experience thanks to this collaboration between the Miami Symphony Orchestra (MISO), Maman Fine Art and the America Developing Smiles (ADS). This event aims to benefits over 3,400 children and youth from low-income families.
This year, Artfest 2015 will be held at the North Campus of Broward College from November 18 up to November 20. This three-day festival will be filled with events as well as feature artworks from the college’s own students and the artistic community.
Another convention that artists should not pass up is the 2015 FIU Comic Con over at the Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus on November 19. Spearheaded by the Comics Club expect a lot of activities and things to do from cosplay to merchants that will make any geek’s heart sing.
The Barnacle Historic State Park will play host to the Mad Hatter Arts Festival with Artisans & Vintage Market Place on November 21 and 22. This free two-day event will not only have vintage and art in one place but also great activities fit for any family outing.
Have a passion for fashion? Then don’t miss out on Fashion Project’s FP04: The Anniversary, 1965-2015. Featuring inspired pieces from 1965 all the way up to the present, this serves as a celebration for the 50th anniversary of the Bal Harbour Shops with special focus on boutiques. This is a free event starting November 16 all the way to November 21 from 12 pm to 8pm.
Have a thirst to learn something new? Starting November 17, the Miami Dade College’s The Idea Center will be holding a class workshop entitled, MarketHack Digital Marketing. This will be a 16-week course starting November 17 where you will be able to learn the latest in digital marketing and storytelling from the top dogs in the industry.
Hockey lovers have something to look forward in this week as well. Over at the BB&T Center (formerly BankAtlantic Center), the Anaheim Ducks with be facing off against the Florida Panthers for their South Division matchup on November 19.