• An ongoing series of events throughout the season

    2018 Arts & Eats Events

    Sponsored by Zabar’s Back by popular demand — the second season of our sold-out series! Delectable art-themed parties, sure to tickle your tastebuds. Arts & Eats brings food and art to interesting locations, serving up the best parties in town!
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  • Fri Dec 8, 7AM - 12:30AM

    Art Basel Day Trip

    For those who have not been, Art Basel Miami is the largest, coolest, most cutting edge contemporary art event in the country.
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  • Sat Dec 9, 9AM - 2PM

    Holiday Artisan Market

    Presented by Fausto's Food Palace Make holiday shopping fun! Enjoy cookies and coffee as you stroll through a friendly, festive indoor market. Over 20 artisans present unique and locally produced gifts: jewelry, textiles, home accessories and quality crafts.
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  • Sun Dec 10, 5 pm until the booze runs out

    Kumbaya on the Isle of Stock

    Remember singing Kumbaya? S’mores over a real campfire. Delicious BBQ from Charlie Mac’s Smokehouse and Seafood. Guitars, banjoes, ukuleles, aerialists, circus performers, open artist studios and general chaos. The 1920’s spiritual “Come By Here” became the beloved Kumbaya and was originally a simple appeal to come and help those in need. Let’s celebrate what the Keys have accomplished! If you have an instrument, please feel free to join the troupe.
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  • Wed Jan 10, 7PM

    Artist Talk with Shea Hembrey

    In Artist in Residence Shea Hembrey’s celebrated TED talk, he tells how he invented 100 different artists and made work by each to fashion his own biennial. The Arkansas native’s encyclopedic skills and interests range from Maori art, to faith healing and ornithology, and he discusses his latest investigations here.
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  • Wed Jan 31, 7PM

    Artist Talk with Bill Jacklin: An Englishman in New York

    Sponsored by Croissants de France Marking the inauguration of The Studios’ partnership with London’s prestigious Royal Academy of Art, celebrated painter Bill Jacklin speaks about his recent work and decades-long career. Known for capturing the light and movement of urban spaces, Jacklin was born in London but has resided primarily in New York since 1985.
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  • Coming Valentine's Day 2018

    Undying Love: The Musical

    Writer/musician/playwright Ben Harrison penned the definitive account of this true macabre love story in his nonfiction book, Undying Love, which earned him a spot in front of national audiences on the Howard Stern Show and This American Life. Originally performed at the Appelrouth Grill in 1999, Undying Love: The Musical distills the atmosphere of Key West in the 1930’s, and perfectly melds the pathos of von Cosel’s tale with Harrison’s signature dry humor.
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