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Free Events in Downtown Miami this week, October 10th to 13th, 2013

Downtown Miami
Downtown Miami
Hetie Castelo-Branco

According to downtownmiami.com site, these are free events in Downtown Miami this week:

iCAN Pop

CAN Pop BlinkGroup is proud to present "iCAN Pop". The new exhibition by renowned Miami pop artist, Carlos A. Navarro. Exhibiting for the first time in three years, Navarro will be debuting his latest works at the Wynwood Exhibition Center from Thursday, October 10, 2013 through Friday, October 25, 2013. Vernissage will be held on October 10th at 7PM. Carlos A. Navarro's exhibition is partnered with Blink Group,(A marketing firm for visual artists). Hosted and curated by Elizabeth Reyes, Founder of BlinkGroup and Alexandra Novaro, co-founder of BlinkGroup. Other sponsors and supporters including: Amigos for Kids, DowntownMiami.Com, Downtown Miami & Brickell Chamber of Commrence and Brickell Festival Cigar and Spirits and always The Wynwood Exhibition Center @ Caffiena. For more information regarding "i CAN pop" exhibition, contact Elizabeth Reyes at Elizabeth@Blink- group.net. Or visit BlinkGroup.net.

Where:
297 NW 23 St Miami, FL
Downtown Miami, 33127
7:00pm to 10:00pm
From October 10th – October 25th, 2013

Bob Marley Messenger
Join us Thursday, October 10 at 7 p.m., as we celebrate the legacy of music icon Bob Marley. Enjoy Jamaican cuisine, a cash bar, and reggae vibes from local band Jahfe. RSVP to 305-375-5356 or rsvp@historymiami.org.
Where:
HistoryMiami
101 W. Flagler Street
Downtown Miami – 33131

Second Saturdays are Free at MAM
A fun-filled afternoon to explore the museum, learn something new and create art with family. From 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Where:
MAM
101 W. Flagler Street
Downtown Miami - 33131

Sunday Market at Mary Brickell Village
FREE – 10:00am to 4:00pm
Where:
900 South Miami Avenue
Downtown Miami

The Good Wall
The Good Wall is an outdoor gallery of murals located at the Goodwill store at 982 SW 8th St.
Located on the outskirts of Brickell, the Good Wall at GoodWill provides a canvas for local artists. The concept features individual spaces within the wall giving it a collage feel. We are loving this concept and hope more empty walls will be adorned by the works of our local artists.

If you would like to be a part of the Good Wall here are the guidelines:

1. Artwork should be related to either of the following themes:

The mission of Goodwill, which is to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families. The five values are respect, stewardship, ethics, learning, and innovation. It could also be related to the positive aspects of Little Havana and its culture.

2. Artwork should be family friendly because it is public art and many of the viewers are children.

3. Art Should be finished by 2 weeks of start time. Anything left undone after that period may be subject to change.

4. Email a sketch for approval to didirok303@hotmail.com

5. 80% of the wall should be covered with an image/images

6. No logos, nothing protruding, and keep it original.