From Feb. 10th to Feb. 20th.Opening Ceremony - Fri. Feb. 10th 5:45pm to 10pmExhibition - Sat. Feb. 11th to Mon. Feb. 20th 10am to 6pm. Extended time during President WeekendClosing Auction - Mon. Feb. 20th 6pm to 10pm
An exhibition for allGeneral Admission $28Students, Military & Seniors
with valid ID $23Children (14 and under) FreeGroups (10 or more) $23Multi-day pass $40
LocationS.A.M is centrally located in downtown Miami
Address: 7401 NW Miami Ct, Miami, Fl 33150 </span> Directions: Take North Miami Avenue, turn west on 75th street and left to enter Miami Ct.2 Manor Place, Larchmont, NY, USA
Live performancesOpening Ceremony - Feb 10th 5:45 pm - Opening by Mayor Regalado and dignitaries; John Saxx, Jazz performance. Miami Free Running, Parkour show. Premiere of the gigantic street art maze... Canada 150 - Feb. 11th 2:30pm - Remarks by Canadian Consul General Susan Harper 3:00pm - Concert by Canadian singer Dany Flanders, the Voice Canada Finalist. Crear en feminino with CCE - Feb. 12th 2:30pm - Round table with Sarah Coriat. with street artists KinMx, Magda Love ... 3:00pm - Sara4g Vocal Performance with Juan Carmona. Motivational Edge, Vocalists & Poets. Human Trafficking Day - Feb. 17th 2pm-4pm: Art classes with famous street artist Trek6
3pm: Guided tours with complimentary glass of wine
4pm: Concert Guitars over Guns
5pm Remarks by State Attorney & guests
5:45pm: Premiere of the animated movie “Iqbal"
Complementary pancakes all day
"Joie de Vivre" - Feb 18th - 2:00pm : Kick off on Stage
- 2:30pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal"
- 4:00 pm : Gipsy Jazz Concert by French Horn
- 5:00pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal". French version
- 6:30pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” in English.
- 6:30pm: SAM Night Art Walk with complimentary glass of wine.
- 11am-5pm: Complementary Street Art Guided Tours
- Complementary pancakes (French crepes) all day Britweeks - Feb 19th 1:00 pm - Kick off on stage
1:10pm - Orianne and Phil Collins Little Dreams Foundation Performance
2:00 pm - Street Art Class by Inkie with help of Orange Bowl Court
2:30pm - ECC Jazz Youth Boot Camp Ensemble
3:30 pm - Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” in English.
4:40pm-7pm: DJ Anthony with complimentary glass of wine for adults and British SAM Childrens Day British Disco Party.
Closing Art Auction - Feb 20th 10am-6pm: Adult guided tours and Children Street Art workshops
6pm - Exceptional Live auction with Barbara Strongin. John Saxx closing Jazz performance and DJ Mike.
Complementary wine and catering
Pancakes all day!
Street Art Classes
Famous Street Artists teaching Art!Artists featured: Sat. Feb 11th - 11am & 2pm: Artist KinMx
Sun. Feb 12th - 11am & 2pm: Artist Magda Love
Fri. Feb 17th - 3pm & 4pm: Artist Trek6
Sat. Feb. 18th - 11am & 2pm: Artist
Sun. Feb. 19th- 11am & 2pm: Artist Inki
Mon. Feb. 20th - 11am & 2pm: Artist
First come, First served basis.
Guided ToursVisit the exhibition with an Art passionate
Let our guides share with you their passion and their expertise on Street Art, SAM and the Child Labor cause.
30 minutes tours tailored for families and Art enthusiasts. During week ends and President Day, tours all day from 11:00am to 5:00pm. During week days, tours at 11:00am and 5:00pm
First come first served basis – $10
Please join us for the inauguration of the Mamaroneck Historical Murals on April 28th at 1pm. It will be followed by a reception at the Mamaroneck Community Center. About the murals: Participating artists are Victor Ash, Mr Cenz, Shalak Attack, Bruno Smoky and Loic Ercolessi. Murals are produced by Street Art for Mankind in partnership with the Mamaroneck Historical Society, and the Village of Mamaroneck Arts Council. This project is made possible by the support of Ameriprise, MADE, The Mason M.V.S., Verco Properties, DeCicco’s, The New Jewish Home, ASAP ETC INC., Dave Finch, the Radisson New Rochelle and Delta AirDateSunday, Apr 28thTIME1PM TO 3PMBOOKING
Join the inauguration of historic murals. Meet the artists. Live a unique art diplomacy experience! The International Labour Organization (ILO) was established 100 years ago, after the First World War, on the understanding that universal and lasting peace would not be achieved without social justice. To commemorate this historic occasion, the ILO is collaborating with Street Art for Mankind to curate multiple street art murals around the United Nations Headquarters representing images related to decent work. We invite you to join the Art Walk on April 9th 2019, from 1-3 pm, to meet world famous street artists and inaugurate theDateTuesday, Apr 9thTIME1PM TO 3PMBOOKING
UN-Ji Street Art exhibition. This interactive and polysensorial exhibition will immerse visitors in a “Street Art Jungle” where they will have to find their path to become a change maker. Through their journey, they will discover 30 street art paintings made by 17 prominent street artists from all around the world, and unlock clues using their senses. Street Artists featured: Ador, Binho Ribeiro, Bruno Smoky, Btoy, Hyuro, Iljin, Jo Di Bona, Kinmx, Leza One, LEO, Loic Ercolessi, Mr. Cenz, Mr. Thoms, MTO, PHD, Remote, Shalak Attack, Victor Ash and Waleska Nomura. In partnership with: Permanent Mission of France to the UN,DateMonday, Nov 12thTIME6PM TO 9PMBOOKING
Come discover the inspiring and forgotten history of Larchmont, home of pioneers, abolitionists, feminists, movie producers, merchant princes, artists …… Wander around the village of Larchmont following your Augmented Reality app “Behind the Wall”, and discover the prominent street artists who painted these stunning murals… Meet with the curators and producers Street Art for Mankind and with the prominent Street Artists: Btoy, Iljin, Jo di Bona, Kathrina Rupit, Kinmx, Victor Ash, Loic Ercolessi… Schedule – Sunday, November 4th, 2018: 2:00 PM: Inauguration Speech with Mayor Lorraine Walsh – Where: Larchmont train station, parking lot 3 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM:DateSunday, Nov 4thTIME2PM TO 6PMBOOKING
Join street artists KinMx and Iljin in the streets of Manhattan where they’ll be creating a larger-than-life painting inspired by the theme Ode to Freedom. Watch the masters at work, or join in the fun and help them paint during interactive sessions throughout the day. The show, inspired by the speech of French President, Emmanuel Macron, at the US Congress in April 2018, is a call to “remember the warning of US President, Theodore Roosevelt: ‘Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, handed onDateSunday, Jul 15thTIME12PM TO 5PMBOOKING
TOUT-MONDE TRIO URBAN PERFORMANCE: Join this inspirational “Tout-Monde Teens” urban show that brings the new generation at the forefront of change. TAKE YOUR TICKETS HERE. Three prominent street artists: Caribbean spray painter Ronald Cyrille (aka B.Bird), Caribbean slammer Black Kalagan and Miami-Based Street Dancer Stephon Gibson join their talent and energy in this spectacular performance that bring to life the “Tout-Monde”/ “”Whole-World “ philosophy of Edouard Glissant. Together they create on stage a metaphor of our universe in movement, unexpected and interconnected. Together they celebrate freedom and fraternity. They invite us to “act in our location and think with the world.” After the show, the public isDateSunday, Mar 4thTIME4PM TO 6PMBOOKING
STREET DANCE MASTER CLASS WITH STEPHON GIBSON: Learn the technics of Stephon Gibson talented Miami-based emerging Street Dancer. He glides on the floor effortlessly while moving his body in a subtle fluidity. Stephon will open his technic to you and teach you his steps. He will share with you the tools so you can reproduce some of his moves at home … and become the king/queen of the dance floor! “It is a huge honor for me to participate to the Tout-Monde Urban Performance with such prominent Caribbean street artists like Ronald Cyrille and Black Kalagan. This show is absolutely uniqueDateSunday, Mar 4thTIME5PM TO 6AMBOOKING
SLAM MASTER CLASS WITH BLACK KALAGAN Get inspired by Black Kalagan, prominent Caribbean Dominican slam poet and lyricist. He is known for his beautiful soft voice, his miltant lyrics and for releasing songs and albums on which he slams over music. He is sometimes refered as “the Caribbean Grand Corps Malade”. Black will share with you his vision of slam, his technic, and tips to create your own slam. Be prepared to feed your soul! “My slam and music worlds are already very much inspired by the Universe of Edouard Glissant. So when Street Art for Mankind, a great non-profit whoDateSunday, Mar 4thTIME5PM TO 6PMBOOKING
After the Tout-Monde Trio Urban Performance, join a UNIQUE spray paint class with Ronald Cyrille. TICKETS HERE. Ronald Cyrille (aka B.Bird) is a Caribbean artist of Guadeloupean and Dominican heritage. He is often compared to Basquiat for his colorful and impactful paintings and received many awards. Ronald will share with you his technic, his universe and his love for street art. Your creation will be part of a collective and collector painting. “I am very happy to be part of the great Caribbean artists selected for the Tout-Monde festival organized by the French Embassy and France Florida Foundation in Miami. ParticipatingDateSunday, Mar 4thTIME5PM TO 6PMBOOKING
R house Wynwood – KIDS DREAMS WITH STREET ARTIST LEZA ONE During Art Basel, join the prominent Street Artist LEZA ONE when he brings to life kids dreams, as a tribute to the right of all children to a childhood. Discover his bio and original paintings here. Join us for this memorable live show. Bring Wynwood home! Take this unique opportunity to bid and leave with a unique street art painting that will not only be inspiring, but will also help Street Art for Mankind in the fight against child slavery. ABOUT R HOUSE WYNWOOD R house is a unique casual fine dining restaurantDateFriday, Dec 8thTIME8PM TO 10PMBOOKING
Wynwood Yard – KIDS DREAMS WITH STREET ARTIST BINHO RIBEIRO During Art Basel, join the Brazilian prominent street artist Binho Ribeiro when he brings to life kids dreams, as a tribute to the right of all children to a childhood. Discover his bio and his world here. Join us for this spectacular live show. Bring Wynwood home! Take this unique opportunity to bid and leave with a unique street art painting that will not only be inspiring, but will also help Street Art for Mankind in the fight against child slavery. ABOUT WYNWOOD YARD This pop-up entrepreneurial hub introduces creative food, drink,DateThursday, Dec 7thTIME8PM TO 10PMBOOKING
Lagniappe – KIDS DREAMS WITH STREET ARTIST PHD During Art Basel, join the very talented Street Artist PHD when he brings to life kids dreams, as a tribute to the right of all children to a childhood. Discover his bio and multiple exposures here. Join us for this inspiring live show. Bring Wynwood home! Take this unique opportunity to bid and leave with a unique street art painting that will not only be inspiring, but will also help Street Art for Mankind in the fight against child slavery. ABOUT LAGNIAPPE Located at the intersection of Wynwood, Midtown, and The Design District, Lagniappe is aDateTuesday, Dec 5thTIME9PM TO 11PMBOOKING
KIDS DREAMS SERIES During Art Basel, join the very talented Street Artists PHD, Binho Ribeiro and Leza One when they bring to life kids dreams, as a tribute to the right of all children to a childhood. Enjoy these unique live performances. Bring a piece of Wynwood home! Take this unique opportunity to bid and leave with a unique street art painting that will not only be inspiring, but will also help Street Art for Mankind in the fight against child slavery. 3 TRENDY LOCATIONS PHD at Lagniappe, Midtown / Tuesday December 5th at 9pm 3425 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137 BookDateTuesday, Dec 5thTIME9PM TO 11PMBOOKING
1:00 pm – Kick off on stage 1:10pm – Orianne and Phil Collins Little Dreams Foundation Performance 2:00 pm – Street Art Class by Inkie 2:30pm – ECC Jazz Youth Boot Camp Ensemble’s young talented musicians 3:30 pm – Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” in English. 4:40pm-7pm: DJ Anthony with complimentary glass of wine for adults 4:40pm-7pm : British SAM Childrens Day Disco Party. Complementary pancakes all dayDateSunday, Feb 19thTIME10AM TO 7PMBOOKING
2:00pm : Kick off on Stage 2:30pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” ( inspired by true story of a slaved child in Pakistan – movie produced with UNICEF ). For children and adults. In English. 4:00 pm : Gipsy Jazz Concert by French Horn 5:00pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal”. French version with Bruno Solo, Yvan Le Bolloc’h and Victor Quilichini. 6:30pm: Premiere of the animated movie “ Iqbal” in English. 6:30pm-9pm: SAM Night Art Walk with complimentary glass of wine. 11am-5pm: Complementary Street Art Guided Tours Complementary pancakes (French crepes) all dayDateSaturday, Feb 18thTIME10AM TO 9PMBOOKING
2pm-4pm: Art classes with famous street artist Trek6 3pm: Guided tours with complimentary glass of wine 4pm: Concert Guitars over Guns 5pm Remarks by State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle & guests 5:45pm: Premiere of the animated movie “Iqbal” ( inspired by true story of a slaved child in Pakistan – movie produced with UNICEF ) Complementary pancakes all dayDateFriday, Feb 17thTIME10AM TO 7PMBOOKING
From February 10th to 20th, a world-first Street Art exhibition comes to Little River Miami. #StreetArtMankind is the pledge of 35+ prominent and generous Street Artistswho have decided to engage their Art from the streets, to raise awareness on the issues of the children of the street! Discover: A gigantic street art maze Art classes with talented street artists Creativity workshops and message of hope Funds raised (via ticketing and the sales of the arts) will benefit the foundation of the Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi, especially the “raid and rescues” activities along with the creation of “child-friendly villages.”DateFriday, Feb 10thTIME10AM TO 6PMBOOKING
United Nations #AtThisAge VIP Closing Ceremony with live performances by 6 amazing street artists (Shalak Attack, Mr Dheo, Mr Cenz, Bruno Smoky, Victor Ash, Jo di Bona); a Street Art live auction by Mrs. Barbara Strongin – 7pm; and the reveal of a surprise masterpiece… Followed by a cocktail! Buy Art, Save Children! Start bidding today at catawiki.com/sam. To attend the exclusive closing ceremony, RSVP before Thursday 26th at firstname.lastname@example.org Address: 22 E 60th St, NEW YORK, NY 10022DateSaturday, Jan 28thTIME6PM TO 9PMBOOKING
A call-out from street artists to stop child slavery For the first time, the UN opens its door to street artists to raise awareness on child slavery. From January 16th to 27th at the United Nations, Street Art for Mankind presents artworks from famous street artists that depict the tragic reality of child labor and child slavery. 15 artists from all over the world have created unique paintings, based on the true stories of child laborers. They invite us to see the terrible conditions of some 168 million children in this situation. But they also provide us with a messageDateTuesday, Jan 17thTIME6PM TO 10PMBOOKING
Street Art for Mankind is partnering with the prestigious Sagamore Hotel during this 2016 Art Basel! Starting Nov 29th, world famous street artists supporting SAM will be exhibiting and performing live as part of the “femme fatale exhibition” organized by this historical Art deco Hotel. Key dates: Tuesday Nov. 29th – Opening Party organized by French & Famous with Clandestinos Saturday Dec. 3rd – Iconic brunch and silent auction with Mr. Cenz, Kazilla, Aquarela Sabol & Yuhmi. From Nov. 29th 2016 to Jan. 15th 2017 – Exhibition “femme fatale” at the Sagamore Hotel Buy Art, Save Children. For inquiries on buying the Art pieces created,DateFriday, Dec 2ndTIME10AM TO 2PMBOOKING
70 spectacular masterpieces from 4×4 feet to 40×8 feet are to be auctioned on catawiki.com/sam. For more information, please contact email@example.com Closing Day Program: 10am-6pm: Adult guided tours and Children Street Art workshops 6pm – Exceptional Live auction with Barbara Strongin. John Saxx closing Jazz performance and DJ Mike. Complementary wine and catering Complementary pancakes all day. All funds collected will be given directly to the Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation (KSCF) to help rescue and rehabilitate enslaved children across the world.DateMonday, Feb 20thTIME10AM TO 9PMBOOKING
By Car The exhibition is directly on North Miami Avenue, between NW 71st Street and NW 75th St. The main entrance is located at 7401 NW Miami Ct. To reach the exhibition coming from i-95 take the exit 6A or 7. From Miami Beach, take 934 (NW 79th St) and drive south up to NW 75th St.
Parking You will find 5 free parking lots directly within walking distance of the event. Addresses are: 75 NW 75St, 7410 Nw Miami place, 7330 NW Miami Place, 7301 NW Miami Place and 7220 N Miami Avenue.
Metrobus The exhibition is also served by 4 bus routes including 202, 2, 9 and 10
Accomodations Should you need any assistance in finding an accommodation, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be very happy to assist you.