26 Aug, 21



    Downtown Miami Skyline at Night

    MOAD Membership Has Its Perks!

    Our members always tell us we’re one of the best museums in Miami, so it only seems right to return the favor and use our very first blog post to announce a new and delicious benefit to membership. Even though MOAD is closed for the summer, museum members can still enjoy Downtown and get 10% off at one of five partner restaurants. Show your MOAD member card when you dine and get a discount at one of these fine establishments!*

    Alloy Bistro Gourmet
    French-Tunisian fusion, an extensive wine list, and a tropical patio, are standout features at this neighborhood gem.
    154 SE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33131

    Carrot Express (Downtown Miami location)
    Fresh and delicious food with a health and wellness focus.
    98 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33132

    Manna Life Food
    Hearty and healthy vegan and vegetarian options featuring locally sourced ingredients.
    80 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33132

    Alfresco dining in an orchid garden. Features wood-fire oven specialties, raw bar, and unique cocktails.
    1306 N Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33136

    Meraki Greek Bistro (Downtown Miami and Coconut Grove locations)
    A flavorful taste of the Mediterranean hidden away in the heart of Miami.
    Downtown Miami: 142 SE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33131
    Coconut Grove: 3462 Main Highway, Miami, FL 33133

    *Based upon availability at time of purchase. This offer may not be combined with any other offers.
    Hreinn Fridfinnsson A Pair
    Hreinn Fridfinnsson, A Pair, 2004–05, mirror with silver wooden frame and shoe. Photo by Mathilda Olmi. Courtesy of the artist.

    More of the Best Contemporary Art and Design Is on Its Way!

    While you’re dining Downtown, start thinking about your return visit. MOAD reopens on November 6 with three new exhibitions. Hreinn Fridfinnsson: For the Time Being brings the influential Icelandic artist’s sly conceptual work to Miami for his very first American museum survey. Jorge Pardo: Mongrel fills the vast Skylight Gallery with the internationally acclaimed Cuban American’s colorful drawings, custom-designed chandeliers, and other elements in an abstract look back on his own development as an artist and as a child in the 1960s, processed with other refugees in the Freedom Tower itself. And Loriel Beltrán: Constructed Color presents an exciting body of new paintings by the noted Miami artist, who is an alumnus of MDC’s own New World School for the Arts.

    Check out the upcoming exhibitions pages on the MOAD website for more information and sign up for our newsletter to learn about upcoming public programs. See you in November!