social-FaceBookicn-Facebook-shareTwitterDECEMBER 1 - 5, 2010 • MIAMI • WYNWOOD ARTS DISTRICT
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Can art help heal the world?

We think so. And that's why Arts for a Better World is working to be so much more than just another art exhibition.

It's designed to be a thought-provoking, curated experience that features work by visual artists from many countries, among them North and South America, Europe and Africa. The common thread that unites the more than 40 participating artists, and our many partners, is the shared desire to contribute to a better world for future generations.


A unique addition to Miami's renowned Art Fair Week, Arts for a Better World offers the public an opportunity to purchase top quality artwork—including painting, photography, sculpture and video—in a non-gallery setting.

In addition to the fine arts, visitors will encounter a dynamic educational program of workshops dedicated to developing a better world awareness for children and adults.

The elegantly designed 40,000 square foot exhibit hall will house special areas dedicated to four international high-profile charitable organizations that support the better world mission. Corporate and institutional sponsors and several local non-profit groups will also enjoy excellent public visibility, and everyone will have access to sumptuous fresh and organic foods available in the Better World Café.

Save the Children
Save the Children
American Red Cross
American Red Cross
American Cancer Society
American Cancer Society
Sponsors: comcast_logo phyto-world Organic-Valley MM-chocolate FPL Paul MGI Associate
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