Dedicated to bringing quality world musicians, dancers, and paintersenablingthe audience to grasp different cultures depicted in the moment.
The knowledge, hard work, and 20 years of experience will ensure a successful event and workingrelationship.
Some organizations we've worked with:
Miami-Dade Parks · Recreation and Open Spaces · The City of Miami Arts and Culture Division· Miami Dade ·City of Miramar · Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau · Lincoln Center for the PerformingArts ·and Feldman Entertainment
It is with great pleasure to announce that we will celebrate our 7th annual Umbrellas of Little Havana ArtFestival being held on December 6-8, 2019. Over the years, this amazing event in Little Havana, has become astaple during the Art Basel Miami Art Festival due to the overwhelming support of the Greater MiamiConvention & Visitors Bureau, Art of Black Miami,Futurama Art Building and Blick Miami.
'Umbrellas of Little Havana Art Festival ' is a collective art exhibit which celebrates the spirit of ArtBasel in historic Calle 8, Little Havana. Beautiful patio umbrellas, hand painted by local and internationalartists, will be on display. These beautiful works of art will line Futurama 1637 Art Building and theartists will have other works for sale under the umbrellas. There are approximately 40 artists participatingin 2019.We will enjoy over 40 vendors, musicians, dancers, authors and lovers of art and culture coming to join us,turning Umbrellas of Little Havana into an impromptu cultural community gathering. The estimated attendancefor the 3 days is over 2,000 visitors, including tourists and local guests.
Umbrellas of Little Havana Art Festival is a platform for established and emerging artists, musicians andperformers that accompany this unique street exhibition. Pati Vargas Entertainment’s annual festivalsreassert Futurama Art Building as an event destination. With the collective exhibits showcased throughoutthe year, Futurama is established as a unique artistic venue in South Florida.
Minka derives from the Quechua word Minccacuni, a pre-Columbian tradition of working in community or avoluntary collective way with a social concept that continues to be a way of working in Latin Americancountries to this day.Artists from all mediums are welcome to visit and exhibit. Curated by Pati Vargas. Space prices availableupon request.